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in2deep 12-05-2018 04:09 PM

Delta Private Jets
 
Does anyone have any current information on the company? All the other threads have died and I understand a lot has changed since.

FlyCO 12-05-2018 05:14 PM

What do you want to know?

in2deep 12-05-2018 05:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FlyCO (Post 2719596)
What do you want to know?

Mainly QOL. Are they still doing rental cars? Airport sits?

PICsf340 12-06-2018 06:16 AM

Pay
 
Current pay scales? That seems to be elusive. Upgrade times?

captfred 12-06-2018 08:01 AM

Training contract
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PICsf340 (Post 2719835)
Current pay scales? That seems to be elusive. Upgrade times?

Is there still a 2 year training contract?

FlyCO 12-07-2018 05:02 AM

Yes, there is still a 2 year contract prorated for 24 months. Shouldn't be more than 15k. You will get a PIC type and they will pay for ATP-CTP if you need it.

SIC Pay:
1: 54,750
2: 56,750
3: 58,750
4: 60,750
5: 62,750

PIC Light & Mid Pay
1: 87,000
2: 90,000
3: 93,000
4: 96,000
5: 99,000

The pay scale continues up to year 12. The large and super mids have another pay scale for Pics but it will take you 7-8 years before you will touch one of those as a captain.

Upgrade is at 3000 hours total time and about 18 months with the company.

QOL is okay to good on the road. No rental cars but you can uber on the company. You get a meal paid for if you have a duty over 6 hours and you are flying. Hotels are mostly Marriott and Hilton properties.

Expect to fly 400 hours a year. Busy days are 4-5 leg days. Standars is 2-3. Some weeks you are on min rest all week. Others you may only fly 10 hours over your 8 day rotation. Expect to have a 6am flight on day 1 and not landing at your home airport until at least 5pm on day 8.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

FlyCO 12-07-2018 05:14 AM

I forgot to mention there is airport standby for certain VIP clients. 99% of the time if you aren't flying you are at the hotel. I've been here for about a year and have never sat airport standby.

in2deep 12-07-2018 10:12 AM

How often are classes running? Any outside flying allowed?

FlyCO 12-07-2018 11:40 AM

1-2 classes a month. Outside flying is allowed but 91 only.

flyjustinfly 12-07-2018 04:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FlyCO (Post 2720502)
Yes, there is still a 2 year contract prorated for 24 months. Shouldn't be more than 15k. You will get a PIC type and they will pay for ATP-CTP if you need it.

SIC Pay:
1: 54,750
2: 56,750
3: 58,750
4: 60,750
5: 62,750

PIC Light & Mid Pay
1: 87,000
2: 90,000
3: 93,000
4: 96,000
5: 99,000

The pay scale continues up to year 12. The large and super mids have another pay scale for Pics but it will take you 7-8 years before you will touch one of those as a captain.

Upgrade is at 3000 hours total time and about 18 months with the company.

QOL is okay to good on the road. No rental cars but you can uber on the company. You get a meal paid for if you have a duty over 6 hours and you are flying. Hotels are mostly Marriott and Hilton properties.

Expect to fly 400 hours a year. Busy days are 4-5 leg days. Standars is 2-3. Some weeks you are on min rest all week. Others you may only fly 10 hours over your 8 day rotation. Expect to have a 6am flight on day 1 and not landing at your home airport until at least 5pm on day 8.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

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