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Old 10-17-2018, 06:37 AM   #1951  
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Hey all! As we near the November training class, would anyone who's "been there" before be willing to share a TLR report of what to expect with FO training? Items such as daily routine, meals, bidding, *when* you *actually* learn your base, what hotel you stay at, pay, training progression, etc? Anything would be helpful! Thanks, all. Fly safe! :-)
I would also appreciate this information, please.
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Old 10-17-2018, 02:16 PM   #1952  
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I've seen the average first year captain pay listed at $79k and have seen numbers for FO at mid 40's.

My question is how much would you make without picking up extra flights, etc.

What is the pay for a first year capt with no extra flights, just the basic scheduled flights?

Approximately how many extra days would you have to fly to make the $79k?

Thanks!

If it matters, I'm hoping to get based in the midwest.
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Old Yesterday, 02:40 AM   #1953  
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I've seen the average first year captain pay listed at $79k and have seen numbers for FO at mid 40's.

My question is how much would you make without picking up extra flights, etc.

What is the pay for a first year capt with no extra flights, just the basic scheduled flights?

Approximately how many extra days would you have to fly to make the $79k?

Thanks!

If it matters, I'm hoping to get based in the midwest.
I read in an earlier post (posted years back) that no pilots were based in STL, all Midwest pilots were outstation based. Are there STL based pilots today?
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Old Yesterday, 06:33 AM   #1954  
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I read in an earlier post (posted years back) that no pilots were based in STL, all Midwest pilots were outstation based. Are there STL based pilots today?
I would actually prefer an outstation base.
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Old Yesterday, 03:28 PM   #1955  
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I read in an earlier post (posted years back) that no pilots were based in STL, all Midwest pilots were outstation based. Are there STL based pilots today?
No, there aren’t any pilots based in STL itself.
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Old Yesterday, 04:31 PM   #1956  
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Are pilots based out of HPN or is it an out station?
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Are pilots based out of HPN or is it an out station?

Outstation. The pilots that fly there are typically either Cape based (HYA) or LEB.


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Outstation. The pilots that fly there are typically either Cape based (HYA) or LEB.


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What are the chances of being based in one of the two?
Are they junior or senior bases?
And is it difficult to commute to there? I live so close to HPN, that's why I ask.
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What are the chances of being based in one of the two?

Are they junior or senior bases?

And is it difficult to commute to there? I live so close to HPN, that's why I ask.


Both senior, captain wise. There are ways of making commuting work, but no guarantees...


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Anyone know what the odds are of bidding for and receiving Albany, White Plains, Saranac, or Ogdensburg for a new FO?
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