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Old 07-09-2014, 08:21 PM   #21  
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20/10 schedule at Bering.
unless you wanna live in nome and do full time.
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Old 07-20-2014, 06:08 AM   #22  
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Default Bering/Grant pay

Can anyone tell me how much a guy can exprct to get paid at these outfits?
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You're looking at between 300 and 500 per day and the company provides you a crashpad if based in the bush (that is actually a good thing, free housing, easy women, and great area to fish in your spare time). Schedules are most bush outfits are 2 weeks on 2 weeks off.
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[QUOTE=aviatorhi;1687917]You're looking at between 300 and 500 per day and the company provides you a crashpad if based in the bush QUOTE]

Bering Air yes..... Grant maybe not
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Bering Air yes..... Grant maybe not
For the housing or pay?
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For the housing or pay?
Both provide housing for commuters.
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Old 07-20-2014, 09:43 PM   #27  
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You're looking at between 300 and 500 per day and the company provides you a crashpad if based in the bush (that is actually a good thing, free housing, easy women, and great area to fish in your spare time). Schedules are most bush outfits are 2 weeks on 2 weeks off.
Those are not the pay scales I've observed. $190 - $350/day is what I've seen.

As for "easy women," well, let's just say that you might need to drop your standards a bit. Or a lot.
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For Yute it is (or was 5 years ago):

53/hour with a 4 hour/day "guarantee". Looking through my logbook I averaged 6.4 hours/day. Some days were below the 4 hours/day guarantee as well so those added a bit.
Comes out to roughly 340/day, with housing provided and a shared vehicle. The women in Bethel are perfectly acceptable in the looks department. When you get out into the "real" bush or in the Aleutians it starts to go downhill fast.

I know Renfro's pays something around 500+/day (but no housing provided).

Bering and Hageland are somewhere in that 300-500 range as well. Grant has always been low on the pay.

aspilot2be can probably fill you in with more current information as well as what Ryan is paying.
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Anyone know what's going on with the current dissolution of all the 135 jumpseat agreements on Alaska Airlines? Heard they pulled all agreements with anyone that was not officially in CASS which screwed up commuting for a lot of the 15/15 guys in the bush.
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Anyone know what's going on with the current dissolution of all the 135 jumpseat agreements on Alaska Airlines? Heard they pulled all agreements with anyone that was not officially in CASS which screwed up commuting for a lot of the 15/15 guys in the bush.
Thats the first I have heard of it.
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