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Old 06-22-2009, 06:10 PM
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Lightbulb Suggested Payrates, here they are.

Its at least a start, let me know what you guys think

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Who is this for????
How come A320 has 2 different pay scales???

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SAAB you got toooooooo much time on your hands
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Originally Posted by TurboDVR42 View Post
How come A320 has 2 different pay scales???
Are you referring to the A320 payscale and the A321 scale with the 757?

I would think the reasoning is the size. The 321 is 146 ft in length and in a single class configuration seats 218. The 757-200 is 156 feet in length and in a single class configuration it seats 228. Close enough for the same payscale?
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Originally Posted by TurboDVR42 View Post

SAAB you got toooooooo much time on your hands
What can I say, I am dedicated to the profession

This was given to me by a fellow Union volunteer
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Well remember they have the money to loan to and buy other airlines, but they don't have enough to pay their employees competitive wages so this is just unreasonable.
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Old 06-22-2009, 06:49 PM
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Originally Posted by BoredwLife View Post
Are you referring to the A320 payscale and the A321 scale with the 757?

I would think the reasoning is the size. The 321 is 146 ft in length and in a single class configuration seats 218. The 757-200 is 156 feet in length and in a single class configuration it seats 228. Close enough for the same payscale?
Yes i was...
I just dont get it. Same pilot can fly all three in one day.
And what about 752 vs 753?
The 50 seat FO rates look nice. Wish i could have those
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Old 06-22-2009, 06:55 PM
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Also.
I think there should be one pay scale at a major airlines.
Let the oldies fly domestic (easier on their boddies)
And the young guys can fly international.
ie.
YR FO CA
(73/320/330/76/777)
1 50 180
2 80 183
3 110 186
6 119 192
9 127 201
12 136 210
15 145 219

Much like UPS!!!!
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SAAB...uhh...Joey:

Does this have anything to do with the recent Senate Hearings? Or were you guys just killing time?


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The numbers look reasonable. But as with anything related to money now days, it must be complicated with the use of tables and rate schedules and statistics and location variances and yadda yadda.
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Hey, maybe now we can take eaglefly up on the 80-80-80 deal!
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