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RezRunner 05-08-2022 08:08 PM


Originally Posted by anothermember (Post 3409359)
174 in Jan, 120 Feb, 136 Mar, 109 Apr.
January my family had covid so I worked my days off. Then I doubled out and had 17 days off. 15 off in March timed out then. 12 days off in April timed out.
2nd yr CA.

holy buckets! that's a lot of flying man

ObadiahDogberry 05-08-2022 09:41 PM


Originally Posted by wjcandee (Post 3418782)
Sounds like she needs to get a life

Maybe so. But I am still a little curious about it.

anothermember 05-09-2022 11:58 AM

Last year was similar and I ended up with 4 1/2 months off including Nov and Dec.
What life are you talking about? 4 on 3 off jumpseating to a crashpad?
With supplemental you need to be flexible and understand the game to play it.


Originally Posted by RezRunner (Post 3419339)
holy buckets! that's a lot of flying man


C17B74 05-12-2022 05:48 PM


Originally Posted by anothermember (Post 3419634)
Last year was similar and I ended up with 4 1/2 months off including Nov and Dec.
What life are you talking about? 4 on 3 off jumpseating to a crashpad?
With supplemental you need to be flexible and understand the game to play it.

Well done, 1000hrs and annual time out. Nice!

*4 on 3 off jumpseating to a crash pad multiple times each month only to rest and worry about loads well before you’re out the door again. Different strokes for different folks our priorities vary but the above battle is not my game either. It’s amazing how little I care about “work,” yet have fun doing it.


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