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Old 01-01-2017, 09:04 AM   #21  
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I was thinking day-trips-only would mean NONE. Thanks. Is it automatically tracked,,, or,,, forms...

-Typical month how much per diem $ ?
-is any overtime typical? Like, if you get back late from a day trip does over time kick in for the week?
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Old 01-01-2017, 09:21 AM   #22  
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Automatic. Monthly? Maybe $100-150. it isn't much. Don't plan on overtime, although CA and OR crews can get it due to several variables and state laws. AZ crews not.
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Thanks again...

And,,, is there training pay or is it full salary day one of training?
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Salary part in training good. Do they rate newhires or just non rated sic trng?
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Salary part in training good. Do they rate newhires or just non rated sic trng?
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Looking for an update on GMJ from current pilots. How sustainable are things for the long term future? How much hiring are they doing and how competitive is it? Any more or less need in different bases? Looking at making a move for the quality of life, tired of the 121 rat race, its not for me and my family.
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Looking for an update on GMJ from current pilots. How sustainable are things for the long term future? Very sustainable How much hiring are they doing and how competitive is it? Always hiring. If you meet the minimums you will get called.
Any more or less need in different bases? Need is at every base, but HIO has been harder to keep staffed. Looking at making a move for the quality of life, tired of the 121 rat race, its not for me and my family.
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Is this a part 121 or 135 job? Also what are typical start times and what times do you get done? Asking for AZ. Thanks.
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