In her defense, she's at SWA now so who's the joke on?Wow!, look at the fatpigmanwoman with the flag tie. What a joke of human existence.
Owned.I doubt any will elect to go to USAirways if you guys start hiring again. Those Gulfstream pilots would probably view that move as a step backwards given your ridiculous labor situation... Talk about killing a once-great airline. I'd rather fly B1900s out of South Florida.
Laugh it up, but she'll make six figures her second year at SWA. Guess who will get the last laugh?I laughed at the one with the blonde flying for Southwest, she looked like she had a clown's tie on that went down to her knees. Obviously they didn't teach her how to wear her uniform proudly.
She spent some time at Pinnacle as a union volunteer working to help her fellow pilots. That's probably a hell of a lot better than can be said for most of the pilots on this web site.Oh yeah, that's because she has nothing to be proud of, she never had to pay her dues, with the exception of her bank account. What a joke!
First off, I could care less... What we are talking about here is whether or not she has the experience that will make her a good pilot. I could care less about six figures. Money isn't everything! I left a corporate job flying a Falcon 900 because no matter how much the pay was the job made me miserable. Also, I'm much happier knowing I did a lot of jobs to make me a well rounded individual. I may still be in the right seat of an RJ, but at least I have experience that I can be proud of. I value my career more because I had to work at it even harder than writing a check out for 30-50k. People who don't value true experience and just want to fly a 777 and make six figures, should've been a lawyer. Second, anyone can volunteer! That's what a volunteer does... I commend her for her willingness to help her fellow pilots and I appreciate it, but that's not the same as flying freight at night hoping that you can beat a thunderstorm into the airport. Nor is it the same as praying that you can shake the ice off your already heavily weighted airplane before you hit the ground. It's definetely not the same as staying up half the night checking radar on your computer and worrying about how you're going to transgress a line of 4-6 thunderstorms that's building with no radar. Here's another thought for you. A lot of people help out with unions so they can list it on their resumes and so when they go for their coveted 777 job the interviewer will think it looks good. I don't know this girl but it seems to me the only thing she's interested is getting her six figures and 777 job. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure she's a nice person, but GIA is wrong for the profession. There are two attitudes: 1) Get good experience and tools that will help you get to your career goals, all the while learning humility, persistence, and integrity. 2) Get good experience by paying for it.Laugh it up, but she'll make six figures her second year at SWA. Guess who will get the last laugh?
She spent some time at Pinnacle as a union volunteer working to help her fellow pilots. That's probably a hell of a lot better than can be said for most of the pilots on this web site.