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Old 12-21-2023, 01:29 PM
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Typical embellishment of a management type. Your numbers and presumptions are so far off there is no way you are a line pilot. [...] Your diatribes are most telling, as are the other "slips" to your arguments. Go back to your cubical. I hope you're better at your real job than you are at this game.
all these years of "life experience" maturing as an adult pilot and still pretty and you end up showing post after post that you're or a bit stoopid or you are really wearing giant blinders. It must be so nice to live in a world where anyone that disagree with you is wrong, or corrupted or cant think for oneself or had to have been paid, "because this isn't our first rodeo, you need to listen to us you newbies who don't know anything" ha ha ha. Man, you are funny.
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Old 12-23-2023, 05:49 PM
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I and a few freinds watched that video number 3, WOW, two newly minted ATP pilots and they can't manipulate the schedules to conform with every lifestyle event, when the schedules are published months in advance. I spent 23 years as an airline pilot planning next month on the 16th of the previos month. Part 91 pilots, dont's even get that planning privlegde. How many pilots here have spent years commuting to reserve??? A decade in the right seat or earning food stamp wages at a regional? Aviation is cyclical, the pendelum will swing and the pilots in that video will realize this career is a roller coaster and their place on this ride is nearing the top of their ascension.

Your pilot group who flying demanding part 91K / part 135 trips do deserve a fair contract and a competivite pay structure, but using two junior FO's was, in my opinion, a mistake by the union leadership to garner any sympathy from Owners, fellow pilots, or Management.
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Old 12-25-2023, 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by viking avenger
I and a few freinds watched that video number 3, WOW, two newly minted ATP pilots and they can't manipulate the schedules to conform with every lifestyle event, when the schedules are published months in advance. I spent 23 years as an airline pilot planning next month on the 16th of the previos month. Part 91 pilots, dont's even get that planning privlegde. How many pilots here have spent years commuting to reserve??? A decade in the right seat or earning food stamp wages at a regional? Aviation is cyclical, the pendelum will swing and the pilots in that video will realize this career is a roller coaster and their place on this ride is nearing the top of their ascension.

Your pilot group who flying demanding part 91K / part 135 trips do deserve a fair contract and a competivite pay structure, but using two junior FO's was, in my opinion, a mistake by the union leadership to garner any sympathy from Owners, fellow pilots, or Management.
Not wrong.
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Old 12-27-2023, 06:54 AM
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Originally Posted by viking avenger
I and a few freinds watched that video number 3, WOW, two newly minted ATP pilots and they can't manipulate the schedules to conform with every lifestyle event, when the schedules are published months in advance. I spent 23 years as an airline pilot planning next month on the 16th of the previos month. Part 91 pilots, dont's even get that planning privlegde. How many pilots here have spent years commuting to reserve??? A decade in the right seat or earning food stamp wages at a regional? Aviation is cyclical, the pendelum will swing and the pilots in that video will realize this career is a roller coaster and their place on this ride is nearing the top of their ascension.

Your pilot group who flying demanding part 91K / part 135 trips do deserve a fair contract and a competivite pay structure, but using two junior FO's was, in my opinion, a mistake by the union leadership to garner any sympathy from Owners, fellow pilots, or Management.
can you link the video?
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Old 12-27-2023, 08:55 AM
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can you link the video?
genuineqs.
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I might have made a few different editing choices but the main theme is that young, capable, smart pilots with previously UNHEARD OF career options are choosing options OTHER than Netjets. In droves.
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Old 12-27-2023, 10:00 AM
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genuineqs.
com

I might have made a few different editing choices but the main theme is that young, capable, smart pilots with previously UNHEARD OF career options are choosing options OTHER than Netjets. In droves.
thanks filer
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Old 12-27-2023, 10:10 AM
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Originally Posted by viking avenger

Your pilot group who flying demanding part 91K / part 135 trips do deserve a fair contract and a competivite pay structure, but using two junior FO's was, in my opinion, a mistake by the union leadership to garner any sympathy from Owners, fellow pilots, or Management.
...especially a childless couple with an airplane a nice big spread of land. That's no way to show "struggle".
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Old 12-27-2023, 03:38 PM
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Agree...that was a crap video. Terrible optics of two whiny pilots in the middle of an air park. Even if it was her dad's, still a bad look......
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Old 01-01-2024, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by GeeWizDriver
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com

I might have made a few different editing choices but the main theme is that young, capable, smart pilots with previously UNHEARD OF career options are choosing options OTHER than Netjets. In droves.
Seems like "young, capable, smart pilots" never choose NJA as their main career options. Seems more like it was always the best of the bad options, pilots who couldn't go anywhere good, never got the job at anywhere good, at least pre-2015.
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Old 01-01-2024, 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by STzBack
Seems like "young, capable, smart pilots" never choose NJA as their main career options. Seems more like it was always the best of the bad options, pilots who couldn't go anywhere good, never got the job at anywhere good, at least pre-2015.
Pilots only choose NJA when the rest of the industry is in the crapper.
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