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Old 10-11-2016, 06:36 AM
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Thinking about coming back?
Doing my research first, gotta make sure I keep my options open when the time comes

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Old 10-11-2016, 06:38 AM
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So if understand this correctly, returners who already have 1000hrs w/ company should expect upgrade in a couple months time after IOE?
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Old 10-11-2016, 07:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Flitestar
So if understand this correctly, returners who already have 1000hrs w/ company should expect upgrade in a couple months time after IOE?
That's fair to say. It's a weird industry and you know how quickly this places makes 180s, both good and bad. We're well paid pawns, it's a real good gig right now.
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Old 10-11-2016, 07:15 AM
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Couple of months at the most. A July 2016 "new hire" is in upgrade right now. The turn time for guys like us should be pretty quick. I'm not a returner, nor do I have as many hours as you, but I've got plenty of 121 time...I'm confident I'll move left within 6 months. Hoping for 200 JFK as I've been told that's the path for the most hours and quickest upgrade.
Thanks. Are you able to look and see how long the most jr line holder on each has been on line? Min days off still 10? (old XJ guy)
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Old 10-11-2016, 07:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Flitestar
So if understand this correctly, returners who already have 1000hrs w/ company should expect upgrade in a couple months time after IOE?
Yes, your upgrade will come quickly.

Thanks for helping me out a couple years ago when I had questions about the ATP ride.
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Old 10-11-2016, 07:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Aubieflyer
Thanks. Are you able to look and see how long the most jr line holder on each has been on line? Min days off still 10? (old XJ guy)
11 days off and on negotiations to try and get it back to 12. If you want NY I can't imagine you'd be on reserve as a CA for longer than 2-3 months max. Right now you could upgrade immediately if you had the 2500TT 10000 company.
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Old 10-11-2016, 07:56 AM
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11 days off and on negotiations to try and get it back to 12. If you want NY I can't imagine you'd be on reserve as a CA for longer than 2-3 months max. Right now you could upgrade immediately if you had the 2500TT 10000 company.
Not quite 10,000 company, LOL. Any idea how long the juniormost lineholder in NY has been there?

Also, what are the reserve times?

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Old 10-11-2016, 08:25 AM
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Originally Posted by HighFlight
You are correct, the trips on the 900 are more efficient. Never said they weren't. But I know 200 guys who are sitting 9-20 days of reserve as newhire said, and 900 guys who are sitting 6-9 months of reserve. Some like that. I'd rather be flying inefficient trips than sitting on reserve. Maybe after I get tired of the job, sitting in my underwear at home and making guarantee will have a new appeal for me. There are two sides to every story, and we are just throwing them out there for folks to understand so they can make a better decision.

There's a reason there are 20+ year EDV CAs who have only flown the 200, and it's not for lack of opportunities. There is an appeal in the 200 for many, just as the 900 has appeal for others.
Probably because that has them near the top of the list in MSP or DTW... If they went to the 900 they'd be bidding well down the list working weekends and getting a couple less days off.
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Old 10-11-2016, 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Aubieflyer
Thanks. Are you able to look and see how long the most jr line holder on each has been on line? Min days off still 10? (old XJ guy)
Min days off has been 11 since 2004. Bidding opens today, lines post on the 18th so give that other question a week.
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Originally Posted by Avroman
Min days off has been 11 since 2004. Bidding opens today, lines post on the 18th so give that other question a week.
Thanks. I know its been mentioned, but whats the vibe for the likelihood of ATL basing? Would it go senior if you got it and if so, would it be the ASA flying?
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