Great News For Commuters At Usajet

ABUSED PILOT

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CASS has been approved by upper management, and will be entering the implementation process in the coming months.
 

iaflyer

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Previously there was some discussion about having USA Jet pilots pay some or all of the CASS cost. How did that end up?

Also, is it just limited to just pilots or is it for all USA Jet employees (dispatchers, maybe mechanics)?

iaflyer
 

atpcliff

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Hi!

The co. is paying the entire bill for CASS.

cliff
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PS-IAF: When R U starting gnd school for Capt upgrade? Good luck!
 

Wankel7

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Wow, that is great news for you guys! Congrats!

Wankel
 

B-J-J Fighter

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How hard is it to work at USAJ and be a commuter, say from ATL?
 

ABUSED PILOT

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bbj-fighter(perils of commuting)

The fact of the matter is that if the company did not care about it's commuters they would have not invested in CASS. Being a commuter is not a problem at all . My rough guess is that 35% or more of the pilots at our company are commuters. As long as you make your 25 min callout that's all the company cares about. On the down side of commuting people after a while get disenchanted with commuting and start grumbling. This i guess is the primary reason why the company favours people that live in the liocal area.
 
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