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Old 11-24-2018, 10:43 AM   #1  
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For those of us crossing our fingers again in February, could someone post the 2019 rates for years 1,2 and 3 TFP? The APC rates don't jive with what I see from old thread searches.
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For those of us crossing our fingers again in February, could someone post the 2019 rates for years 1,2 and 3 TFP? The APC rates don't jive with what I see from old thread searches.
Thanks!
Now through 9/1/19:

Year 1 71.42
Year 2 103.27
Year 3 114.98

After the annual adjustment on 9/1/19:

Year 1 73.56
Year 2 106.37
Year 3 118.43

Hope that helps! For planning, 100-105 TFP per month is pretty typical for me, working maybe one extra day a month.
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Old 11-24-2018, 11:38 AM   #3  
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For those of us crossing our fingers again in February, could someone post the 2019 rates for years 1,2 and 3 TFP? The APC rates don't jive with what I see from old thread searches.
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The APC rates are converted to hourly rates.
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Old 11-24-2018, 11:46 AM   #4  
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Multiply the TFP x 1.149 to get the approximate hourly rate you see on the profile page.
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Old 11-24-2018, 02:32 PM   #5  
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Now through 9/1/19:

Year 1 71.42
Year 2 103.27
Year 3 114.98

After the annual adjustment on 9/1/19:

Year 1 73.56
Year 2 106.37
Year 3 118.43

Hope that helps! For planning, 100-105 TFP per month is pretty typical for me, working maybe one extra day a month.
Thanks. You're missing quite a show over here at the kookoo house.
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Old 11-24-2018, 11:05 PM   #6  
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Thanks. You're missing quite a show over here at the kookoo house.
Sounds like it; been hearing bits and pieces of the new work-even-harder-for-more-money plan. I'm glad more money will (hopefully) come the pilots' way, but I'm worried it'll make fatigue issues much worse. Fingers crossed I'm wrong!
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For planning, 100-105 TFP per month is pretty typical for me, working maybe one extra day a month.
Pretty much the same for everyone lately.
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Thanks. You're missing quite a show over here at the kookoo house.
'Kookoo house'...? What airline?
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'Kookoo house'...? What airline?
Believe he's referring to NJA.
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Old 11-29-2018, 05:37 PM   #10  
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I bid and get blank lines and they are consistently only 86-89 tip for the majority of them.... easily a 17 to 18 day-off month. This also leaves a lot of days to pick up some time or, if you are a quality of life guy like me, just enjoy your days off.

The great thing about it is... if you want to fly extra, no problem whatsoever. Very flexible.

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