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Old 03-07-2018, 06:48 PM   #4341  
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So I'm new to all this but am interested in the flow agreements with Fed Ex if I were to get a job here, how does that work?
https://w3.ameriflight.com/careers/
Has some info on the companies...
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Old 03-07-2018, 07:47 PM   #4342  
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Thank you I see that it's actually UPS but either way I'm trying to figure out specifically what the gateway and flow through programs entail since this will hopefully be my first airline job.
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HI there,

I would like to know is any one here is living at NM because i receive and offer to work there but i will need help with crashpad for a while.

Please Feel free with the suggestions, i'll appreciate any help out there.
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What are the bases for the EMB-120? Thanks!
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Old 03-09-2018, 05:49 AM   #4345  
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Thanks for answering all the questions, very helpful.

I'm at ~1900TT, 132ME, hold ATP ME but no type or turbine time. We are possibly moving to SEA area, what options exist for me if I were to get through interviewing?

What could I expect as far as a weekly schedule goes?

Thanks for any clarifying info
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Old 03-09-2018, 08:10 AM   #4346  
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Can any of the Home Based guys tell us about how lodging works in your case?

The recruiter wasn't clear on this. Do you get a hotel during the day as usual, then another at night, or do you fly a schedule that doesn't need this for crew rest requirements?

Also, what type of transportation do you use for back and forth from lodging and the airport, food runs, etc?
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What are the bases for the EMB-120? Thanks!
BFI, PDX, ONT, SLC, GPI (outstaion based), PHX, BQN.
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Generally you catch an airline flight on a paid ticket to the city you will be flying out of on a Sunday, get a hotel, company paid, then start Monday am or pm depending on the route...if you generally have more than 4-5 hours in a location, the company will generally get you a place to stay, some locations may have crew cars, some use hotel shuttles at one or both ends. Then you generally return to your starting hotel for the night, and start over...
Other runs, you are in a different city each day, but as a home based captain, the company provides you a place.
In my experience hotels varry greatly, but have always been clean, safe and reasonable.
Sometimes you have a crew car, maybe shared, or solo, Sometimes a hotel shuttle, or just your two feet and hotel restaurant. It varries, but usually it's not too hard to make work.



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Can any of the Home Based guys tell us about how lodging works in your case?

The recruiter wasn't clear on this. Do you get a hotel during the day as usual, then another at night, or do you fly a schedule that doesn't need this for crew rest requirements?

Also, what type of transportation do you use for back and forth from lodging and the airport, food runs, etc?
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That was helpful. Thanks!
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BFI, PDX, ONT, SLC, GPI (outstaion based), PHX, BQN.
Thanks, own nav!
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