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Old 09-17-2023, 07:51 AM
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Originally Posted by TJBrass View Post
"His resignation was not the result of any disagreement with the company on any matter relating to the company’s financial statements, internal controls, operations, policies or practices,” Mesa says of Zubeck’s departure."

Odd statement considering most corporate press releases would just say "Mr/Ms X leaving to pursue other opportunities".
This statement makes me think of when my kids were younger. I would often walk into the house to hear from one of them, "I didn't break it" or some variation of that to a question that was never asked. Very suspicious!
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Old 09-17-2023, 08:35 PM
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Originally Posted by bonvoyage View Post
my fingers would have blisters on them from updating applications at this point. Bail out while you can. With fuel costs rising, mainlines are going to tighten down and Mesa won’t be able to keep losing 40+ million per quarter. They’ve already lost over 90 million this year alone. And it’s only September. When management personnel starts to bail, any pilot with any sense should be bailing too

it would really suck to have bypassed the best opportunity in history to get to any mainline because you wanted to keep telling yourself everything is fine at Mesa. With the economy tightening, the ship may have sailed already
I would also highly encourage you to take your own advice brother
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Old 09-19-2023, 06:28 AM
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"Mesa Air Group has a Altman Z-Score of -0.26, indicating it is in Distress Zones. This implies a bankrupcy possibility in the next two years."
https://www.gurufocus.com/term/zscor...Mesa-Air-Group


Projected Revenue Per Employee: 241.64 K
Net Income Per Employee: (87.86 K)
https://www.macroaxis.com/invest/ratio/MESA/Z-Score


There are so many better places to work.
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Old 09-19-2023, 08:33 AM
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seems targeted at a particular regional.

Piedmont offers a soft landing for pilots in

distress.

End of summer turbulence is real, and it is affecting pilot careers.

"We are watching other airlines lose contracts, sell off airplanes, have their top executives leave and struggle to complete their schedules. It can be jarring for a pilot if you think your company isn't on stable ground," said Eddie Leverton, Vice President of Piedmont Airlines Flight Department. "We ran a very successful pilot transition program last summer for Express Jet pilots who lost their jobs, and we thought, why not do something similar for any pilot who feels like their current situation is unstable?"

Piedmont's "soft landing" includes all new hire bonuses and longevity pay credits offered by Piedmont, includes a dedicated concierge coordinator to make sure the transition goes smoothly, and an opportunity to speak with a chief pilot to make sure Piedmont is a good fit. Pilots bring their years of longevity from a previous carrier to start higher on the Piedmont pay scale and go through one of the best AQP training programs in the countrv.
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Old 09-19-2023, 10:39 AM
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Originally Posted by jetlag q View Post
seems targeted at a particular regional.

Piedmont offers a soft landing for pilots in

distress.

End of summer turbulence is real, and it is affecting pilot careers.

"We are watching other airlines lose contracts, sell off airplanes, have their top executives leave and struggle to complete their schedules. It can be jarring for a pilot if you think your company isn't on stable ground," said Eddie Leverton, Vice President of Piedmont Airlines Flight Department. "We ran a very successful pilot transition program last summer for Express Jet pilots who lost their jobs, and we thought, why not do something similar for any pilot who feels like their current situation is unstable?"

Piedmont's "soft landing" includes all new hire bonuses and longevity pay credits offered by Piedmont, includes a dedicated concierge coordinator to make sure the transition goes smoothly, and an opportunity to speak with a chief pilot to make sure Piedmont is a good fit. Pilots bring their years of longevity from a previous carrier to start higher on the Piedmont pay scale and go through one of the best AQP training programs in the countrv.
Got a similar email from a recruiter at PSA. Maybe they know something we don’t lol.
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Old 09-19-2023, 11:26 AM
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Originally Posted by jetlag q View Post
seems targeted at a particular regional.

Piedmont offers a soft landing for pilots in

distress.

End of summer turbulence is real, and it is affecting pilot careers.

"We are watching other airlines lose contracts, sell off airplanes, have their top executives leave and struggle to complete their schedules. It can be jarring for a pilot if you think your company isn't on stable ground," said Eddie Leverton, Vice President of Piedmont Airlines Flight Department. "We ran a very successful pilot transition program last summer for Express Jet pilots who lost their jobs, and we thought, why not do something similar for any pilot who feels like their current situation is unstable?"

Piedmont's "soft landing" includes all new hire bonuses and longevity pay credits offered by Piedmont, includes a dedicated concierge coordinator to make sure the transition goes smoothly, and an opportunity to speak with a chief pilot to make sure Piedmont is a good fit. Pilots bring their years of longevity from a previous carrier to start higher on the Piedmont pay scale and go through one of the best AQP training programs in the countrv.
I think back to being in the regionals in 2009 and everyone would’ve thought you were on crack reading something like that.
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