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Old 01-05-2017, 08:52 AM   #11
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What and where did you use to search? I only see the main page on the link. My searches have come up blank.
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Old 01-08-2017, 10:44 AM   #12
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What and where did you use to search? I only see the main page on the link. My searches have come up blank.
Brother, you need to be smarter than the wheelbarrow.
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Brother, you need to be smarter than the wheelbarrow.
There are about 40 thumbnail links on the page you linked to. Many of those open up to numerous other links to choose from. The search box comes up with no results found when Planemasters is entered. So, I guess I'm not smarter than a wheelbarrow. I am smart enough not to spend my day running down rabbit holes though.

Thanks for the rude reply to a simple question.
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Don't feel bad, fellow wheelbarrow, I fumbled through that link for a bit as well and came up with nothing.

Seems to be a trend with this forum from all the threads I've browsed through. Plenty of emotionally based hoopla, but when it comes to documented things which can be put out there in black and white, suddenly mum is the word and few people want to post it.

I try to avoid sounding like a sycophant for any place I fly for as ymmv for each individual and their goals, but that link and then just leaving the topic hanging is asinine and I have no beef with PlaneMasters and how they've treated me so far.

Someone tried to take PlaneMasters to court over a contract... and then what? This thread alone proves different people can get varying degrees of upset over the same contract. Pushing something to court is different than a verdict deciding one side or the other was in the wrong according to the letter of the law.
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It says competitive salary with signing and retention bonuses on their ad, is anyone willing to share what they are offering?
Also it says you can base the aircraft at a different airport within reasonable distance so would 120nm away be reasonable?
Thanks in advance! I would be looking at the Kansas routes if I were to apply.
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Don't feel bad, fellow wheelbarrow, I fumbled through that link for a bit as well and came up with nothing.

Seems to be a trend with this forum from all the threads I've browsed through. Plenty of emotionally based hoopla, but when it comes to documented things which can be put out there in black and white, suddenly mum is the word and few people want to post it.

I try to avoid sounding like a sycophant for any place I fly for as ymmv for each individual and their goals, but that link and then just leaving the topic hanging is asinine and I have no beef with PlaneMasters and how they've treated me so far.

Someone tried to take PlaneMasters to court over a contract... and then what? This thread alone proves different people can get varying degrees of upset over the same contract. Pushing something to court is different than a verdict deciding one side or the other was in the wrong according to the letter of the law.
You could just ask your CP or DO (Jim?) about the contract dispute? Maybe a librarian at your public library can help you look it up on LexisNexis?

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