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Old 07-30-2020, 06:37 AM   #281  
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Anybody get the Wednesday call today?


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Yes. They said things are still going strong and they're trying to get the next round of classes approved for September.


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Old 07-31-2020, 01:58 AM   #282  
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I may be asking something that痴 buried somewhere in the forum so sorry for that but, does anyone know if restricted atp minimums are enough to apply for the sic positions for wheels up? I知 an army FW pilot, I致e got a couple years left but don稚 think I値l make it to 1500 with the limited hours we get now.
These are the F.O requirements off the Jobvite/Gama web page:
  • First Class Medical Certificate
  • Valid passport without restrictions to Mexico and the Caribbean
  • Eligible for CANPASS
  • Meet ATP time requirements (ATP-CTP course available for candidates without a valid written exam)
  • 300 hours ME Turbine
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Old 07-31-2020, 10:57 AM   #283  
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Orange site has listings for KA CA and FOs for Gama.

Not saying I値l get hired for one or the other or either. But what can a first year CA or FO expect to take home?
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Old 07-31-2020, 11:42 AM   #284  
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From a different thread, but accurate:

year SIC PIC
1 55 90
2 60 94
3 65 98
4 70 102
5 80 106
6 82 108
7 83 110
8 85 112
9 87 115
10 88 117
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From a different thread, but accurate:

year SIC PIC
1 55 90
2 60 94
3 65 98
4 70 102
5 80 106
6 82 108
7 83 110
8 85 112
9 87 115
10 88 117

Thank you. I知 assuming these figures do not include per diem?
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Thank you. I知 assuming these figures do not include per diem?
Pay rates should never include per diem as per diem is not income.
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Old 07-31-2020, 12:17 PM   #287  
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Those figures that I posted above do NOT include per Diem. We get $59/day for per Diem.

I should have copied the rest of the post, too. Here it is:

8 on 6 off schedule. Home based (limited to certain cities)
Life insurance, 1 times salary paid by company. Up to 3 times paid by pilot.
No company paid long term or short term disability.
$59 per diem domestic.
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Thank you!!
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Those figures that I posted above do NOT include per Diem. We get $59/day for per Diem.

I should have copied the rest of the post, too. Here it is:

8 on 6 off schedule. Home based (limited to certain cities)
Life insurance, 1 times salary paid by company. Up to 3 times paid by pilot.
No company paid long term or short term disability.
$59 per diem domestic.
Add healthcare coverage for employee and their family. Premiums 100% covered by the company with relatively low deductibles. The insurance isn't as good as it used to be but it's still better than most.
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Add healthcare coverage for employee and their family. Premiums 100% covered by the company with relatively low deductibles. The insurance isn't as good as it used to be but it's still better than most.
I hate rumors but there Are rumblings that we may start paying a share of our health care. Also Aflac is available if you want to pay for it.
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