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Old 03-23-2019, 11:31 AM   #331  
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Thanks , how about for FOs?


Plan on 2 years and 14,000


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Old 03-23-2019, 08:06 PM   #332  
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Unless Iím missing something, this is for an aircraft that does NOT require a type rating AND with training that is done in the actual aircraft (not in a sim rented from a third party at significant expense). Doesnít seem close to ballpark in current hiring market, but YMMV...
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I agree with your thoughts, but this appears to be pretty consistent for low time pilots trying to avoid becoming instructors.


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Unless Iím missing something, this is for an aircraft that does NOT require a type rating AND with training that is done in the actual aircraft (not in a sim rented from a third party at significant expense). Doesnít seem close to ballpark in current hiring market, but YMMV...


I agree with your thoughts, but this appears to be pretty consistent for low time pilots trying to avoid becoming instructors.


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Old 03-24-2019, 05:31 AM   #335  
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Does anyone that was recently hired by boutique air as a SIC know what the current training contracts are? Older posts say 10K for 1yr but recent post guys are saying 14k for 2 years? And if thatís true does it prorate down after a certain amount of time?
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In 135 and 121 operations, Opspecs rule, as they are approved by the FAA. Opspecs are controlling for issues such as allowing for SIC to log time. That is irrespective of whether or not the aircraft is certified for one or two pilots. Their Opspecs also allow single pilot with an operable autopilot.

BTQ has, apparently, reacted to their turnover by increasing the pain for FOs to leave early, hence the reported higher and longer contract amount. The PIC contract (12 months) prorates after 6 months. I would assume the FO contract prorates similarly.

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Does anyone that was recently hired by boutique air as a SIC know what the current training contracts are? Older posts say 10K for 1yr but recent post guys are saying 14k for 2 years? And if thatís true does it prorate down after a certain amount of time?
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Old 03-24-2019, 08:11 AM   #337  
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In 135 and 121 operations, Opspecs rule, as they are approved by the FAA. Opspecs are controlling for issues such as allowing for SIC to log time. That is irrespective of whether or not the aircraft is certified for one or two pilots. Their Opspecs also allow single pilot with an operable autopilot.

BTQ has, apparently, reacted to their turnover by increasing the pain for FOs to leave early, hence the reported higher and longer contract amount. The PIC contract (12 months) prorates after 6 months. I would assume the FO contract prorates similarly.
2 year/$14,000 for SICs is correct. After six months it goes down by $500 a month.
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Old 03-24-2019, 08:26 AM   #338  
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2 year/$14,000 for SICs is correct. After six months it goes down by $500 a month.
What happens if you were to upgrade to Captain in a year? That one is fulfilled and you sign the 1 year for Captain?
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Old 03-24-2019, 10:24 AM   #339  
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In 135 and 121 operations, Opspecs rule, as they are approved by the FAA. Opspecs are controlling for issues such as allowing for SIC to log time. That is irrespective of whether or not the aircraft is certified for one or two pilots. Their Opspecs also allow single pilot with an operable autopilot.

BTQ has, apparently, reacted to their turnover by increasing the pain for FOs to leave early, hence the reported higher and longer contract amount. The PIC contract (12 months) prorates after 6 months. I would assume the FO contract prorates similarly.
But prior to PDP, there was no "opspec" to require an SIC in single pilot planes.
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Old 03-24-2019, 10:56 AM   #340  
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So many posts have beat this dead horse subject to smithereens, Why bother?

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But prior to PDP, there was no "opspec" to require an SIC in single pilot planes.
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