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Old 11-16-2016, 06:14 AM
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On word on additional 200s?

Not sure about that.


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Old 11-16-2016, 06:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Aviationslave View Post
TW is now telling the recurrent classes that the new base isn't happening, and if it does happen it's Cvg or rdu.


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Umm completely different than what I heard from people in class.
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Old 11-16-2016, 06:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Aviationslave View Post
TW is now telling the recurrent classes that the new base isn't happening, and if it does happen it's Cvg or rdu.


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Source? I've heard he is saying new base and 12-14 more 200s
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Old 11-16-2016, 06:22 AM
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Originally Posted by whoareyou311 View Post
Source? I've heard he is saying new base and 12-14 more 200s


From the recurrent class end of last week.


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Old 11-16-2016, 06:27 AM
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Originally Posted by stillcantfly View Post
I guess $33,000 a year is doable if you live with mom and dad, are not marred, don't have kids, don't pay for health insurance, have no other responsibility's. Sounds like a millennial to me............ to think you fools are willing to settle for $33,000 a year to fly a 20 million + aircraft and 79 person aircracft (includes crew) blows my mind!
Where do you get $33.000? Seems like you're missing a big piece of the puzzle. The retention bonus alone is $23,000 a year. And $10.000 more than that if one qualifies for the new hire bonus. So is this where you're getting $33.000? Because even if you just count minimum monthly guarantee a new hire would be near $$60.000
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Old 11-16-2016, 06:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Aviationslave View Post
TW is now telling the recurrent classes that the new base isn't happening, and if it does happen it's Cvg or rdu.


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Can someone enlighten me on where the CVG or RDU base need comes from? I'm playing catch-up a little and wondering why either of those would be a base.
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Old 11-16-2016, 06:34 AM
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Originally Posted by gojo View Post
Where do you get $33.000? Seems like you're missing a big piece of the puzzle. The retention bonus alone is $23,000 a year. And $10.000 more than that if one qualifies for the new hire bonus. So is this where you're getting $33.000? Because even if you just count minimum monthly guarantee a new hire would be near $$60.000
After the 25% federal tax and ALPA 1.9% tax, medical, SOC you take home about 45-60% of it after taxes depending on state you live in so $23,000 bonus comes out to roughly $11,000-$13,000 a year take home you can plan on living on throughout the year. Once you get the tax return it's different story I get it. But you're still only able to live throughout the year on half of it. Because the government puts it in a interest free savings account for you......bless their hearts! So $33,000 was the number some one used previous to me so I continued to use it but after the math at 75 hour guarantee plus bonus it's close to $40,000 without subtracting taxes from your regular paycheck. Also doesn't include the new hire $10,000 so you can plan on taking around 5-$6000 of that home after taxes. So simple math, all said in done $27,000 year minus taxes roughly $24,000 take home. $24,000+$12,000(bonus) puts you at $36,000 so I was off by roughly $3000 my apologies. Still pretty hard to live on in NYC with a family and responsibilities. Now add the new hire bonus to ONLY THE NEW GUYS $6000 after taxes puts you at $42,000 hardly sustainable in New York.

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Old 11-16-2016, 06:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Aubieflyer View Post
Can someone enlighten me on where the CVG or RDU base need comes from? I'm playing catch-up a little and wondering why either of those would be a base.


Seeing as they keep bringing up bases and then dispelling the rumors. At this point I think it's just best to assume we are not getting a a new base.


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Old 11-16-2016, 06:50 AM
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CVG wouldn't be most attractive base from a hiring perspective. Already have PSA there and not as much of a hub as our current ones. RDU might bring in more interest at least.
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Old 11-16-2016, 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by stillcantfly View Post
After the 25% federal tax and ALPA 1.9% tax, medical, SOC you take home about 45-60% of it after taxes depending on state you live in so $23,000 bonus comes out to roughly $11,000-$13,000 a year take home you can plan on living on throughout the year. Once you get the tax return it's different story I get it. But you're still only able to live throughout the year on half of it. Because the government puts it in a interest free savings account for you......bless their hearts! So $33,000 was the number some one used previous to me so I continued to use it but after the math at 75 hour guarantee plus bonus it's close to $40,000 without subtracting taxes from your regular paycheck. Also doesn't include the new hire $10,000 so you can plan on taking around 5-$6000 of that home after taxes. So simple math, all said in done $27,000 year minus taxes roughly $24,000 take home. $24,000+$12,000(bonus) puts you at $36,000 so I was off by roughly $3000 my apologies. Still pretty hard to live on in NYC with a family and responsibilities. Now add the new hire bonus to ONLY THE NEW GUYS $6000 after taxes puts you at $42,000 hardly sustainable in New York.
You can increase you exemptions and get more money in your paycheck and won't have to wait for tax time to get your money back.
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