Atlas In Stn

poydras

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I was wondering what is the schedule out of STN for Atlas drivers.
How many days off etc. and if they pay more in per diem since UK is out control as far as cost of living.

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nfinity8

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Actually, it's Polar that's on strike...Atlas is still flying normal scheds
 

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well for one thing I am referencing for a possible future hiring (after the turmoil will be over), plus is the strike involve also ATlas pilotsZ?
 
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Schedule out of Stansted is...ah...punitive is a good word I think (if you're commuting). You'll get zero cost of living adjustment for staying there so enjoy your $25 hamburger, it's worth every penny.
 

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Live in Paris, the cost of living is on par with the Midwest (minus car and fuel). If you can't get airlined out or make a jump seat you always have the Chunnel.
 

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If you don't want to live in Stansted I'm sure you'll LOVE living in Paris.:rolleyes:
 

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Paris !!

No thanks. Paris is a beautiful city except for the parisians.I grew up in a neighbor country to France and we know all about their personality.
No, merci beacoup monsieur.

Julien Poydras
 

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What about living in either another part of England or a neighboring country?
 

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I love Palma de Majorca...I remember it when I was flying 72's over there...

Don't forget about the ex-patriot status while being in Europe...you get all your taxes back for the calendar year and are exempt from paying taxes in the US...(more info may be needed) I don't know if it has changed but it was a nice gig a few years back...
 

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nfinity8 said:
I love Palma de Majorca...I remember it when I was flying 72's over there...

Don't forget about the ex-patriot status while being in Europe...you get all your taxes back for the calendar year and are exempt from paying taxes in the US...(more info may be needed) I don't know if it has changed but it was a nice gig a few years back...

I'm not sure who is doing your taxes but you may want to consider faking your own death and gettting extensive plastic surgery.

If you don't reside in the US for 300 some odd days out of the year (can't remember the exact number) your first 80K is tax free, after that uncle sam gets his cut.
 

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Actually, you're correct...I was over there for a few years and made less than $80,000 unfortunately...
 
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