FI is flight info. I did not mean to be snappy. I have friends at NJA that were very vocal about the dispute there and would love to work for them, but I do not have NJA mins. I do, however, have Options mins. I just got put on the street and I am weighing my Options so to speak. Sorry if I came off a little strong. All I was getting at was that I asked a very specific question and I wanted a specific answer. One of my good friends is even ex-options, and is now at NJA. I think he made a very good move, but I am not in the position to make that same move.
Don't forget that with Cleveland as a base and a management hopeful you might be required to undergo typical FLOPS mgt elective surgery. The proceedure is caled a spinalectomy. It is simply the removal of your spine. Your good judgement and brain washing will soon follow.
If you have the FLOPS mins for hiring go on to the flightoptions.com website and lookup the pilots description. I will make it easy for you: A dedicated flight crew that's ready to serve.
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