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FreightDogs 03-26-2018 12:59 PM


Originally Posted by SonicFlyer (Post 2559209)
There is no technical interview? :confused:

No reason to be confused. Typically, there aren't any technical questions.
We used to have a list of technical questions, but we typically no longer use them.

Dscshooter 03-26-2018 03:28 PM

Not sure if anyone has asked this but during the FO stage working up to 1200 tt, what is the usual work week sorta speak? Ive noticed some places say things like four days on and four days off.

GraceMonth 03-27-2018 04:44 AM

Is Ameriflight still in partnerships for advancement to Omni? Asking for a friend. If so, what are the requirements and steps to advance? Thanks.

GM

turbopropwash 03-27-2018 07:54 AM

Timeline
 
Anybody know what the training timeline on the 1900 is? Starting class May 7th. I'm just wondering if there is a long wait between systems and OE.

frmrbuffdrvr 03-27-2018 10:57 AM


Originally Posted by Dscshooter (Post 2559358)
Not sure if anyone has asked this but during the FO stage working up to 1200 tt, what is the usual work week sorta speak? Ive noticed some places say things like four days on and four days off.

They fly the regular runs. Most small package runs (UPS, FedEx, DHL) run Monday through Friday or Saturday morning. There are some runs that operate on the weekends for some other customers.

If you are in a time building position, the goal is to build time. If you need time off, we can usually accommodate that. But we want you to get to "captain numbers" as quick as possible.

dash3t 03-27-2018 01:08 PM

Pay Clarification
 

Originally Posted by FreightDogs (Post 2479120)

Be1900 first year salary is $57,000.

But wait... there's more!
The Be1900 also has a bonus of $10,000 after IOE and $10,000 18 months after hire date.
The Be1900 has an annual 20% turbine retention bonus starting at 24 months.
There's also the all-aircraft bonuses, like the Peak to Peak bonus which pays out $10,000 per peak season you fly through.

Hope that helps!

Hey FreightDogs,

I'm trying get a handle on the pay structure so I know what to expect and found this post from you from December. This doesn't line up exactly with what is listed on this site which is this:

Annual Retention Bonus:

EMB120 First Officer: 7%
BE99 Captain: 7%
SA227/BE1900/EMB120 Captain: 10%
Bonus structure is 20% along with 20K peak to peak bonus per year



Can you reconcile these numbers. The APC pay notes seem to imply the Retention bonus is only 10% for the 1900 captain and doesn't mention the 24 month delay and that the Peak to Peak is $20k.

Thanks!

FreightDogs 03-27-2018 01:27 PM


Originally Posted by dash3t (Post 2559972)
Hey FreightDogs,

I'm trying get a handle on the pay structure so I know what to expect and found this post from you from December. This doesn't line up exactly with what is listed on this site which is this:

Annual Retention Bonus:

EMB120 First Officer: 7%
BE99 Captain: 7%
SA227/BE1900/EMB120 Captain: 10%
Bonus structure is 20% along with 20K peak to peak bonus per year



Can you reconcile these numbers. The APC pay notes seem to imply the Retention bonus is only 10% for the 1900 captain and doesn't mention the 24 month delay and that the Peak to Peak is $20k.

Thanks!

It looks like we need to update APC!

Here are the annual retention bonuses:
BE99 Captain - 7%
BE1900 Captain - 20%
SA227 Captain - 20%
EMB120 Captain - 10%
You start getting that at 24 months and annually after.

BE1900 and SA227 have a one time $20k bonus for Captains.
Peak to Peak retention bonus is $20k.

Hope that helps!

PT6 Flyer 03-27-2018 05:24 PM

Hi FreightDogs, I have heard a rumor that the Chieftain runs will be going away soon. Is this true?

endlessnight 03-27-2018 07:18 PM

Darn. And I just checked out in a PA-31

PT6 Flyer 03-28-2018 08:06 AM

EN, they want you and expect you to eventually transition up into a larger airplane. I'm sure they will allow you plenty of time. (And I think it's fair to say that most Chieftain pilots are looking forward to the day when they fly something larger.)

Or do you want to stay in the Chieftain?


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