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Old 05-21-2006, 09:55 AM   #1  
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Default Any information about the JetRide Ops with AirNet?

Anyone know about the Corporate charter operation that AirNet has called JetRide? Have not seen much about it anywhere. Any pilots out there that can fill in the blanks? I know the mim. and payscale ect... Whats the operation like and how do they treat you with schedules ect...? Just checking the operations with any Pro/Cons. Thanks.
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Old 06-02-2006, 07:21 PM   #2  
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If you go to starcheck55.com you might get some answers. Yes it's a AirNet/JetRide employee website only, but there is a hiring news/info thread that you can get access to (you do have to sign up though).

I'm on the freight side of AirNet and don't really have any info for you, sorry.

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Old 06-11-2006, 09:53 PM   #3  
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How is working at Airnet? As far as check haulers go, they seem to keep their equipment in good shape, and most of the pilots I've talked to say they are a good company.

ATP, I had a Jetride lear come into the FBO a couple weeks ago. The crew was pretty nice, both had good things to say. It sounds like they tend to upgrade people from the freight side to people flying however these guys were the exception. Both were hired from other charter ops.
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AirNet is probably one of the better "check haulers" out there. I've been here over 5 years now and I still enjoy it.

Pay and benefits are decent, equipment is very well taken care of. The biggest hurdle for most people is working at night. Naturaly I have some "issues" with the company, but overall it's a good flying job.
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