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Yep we are having a class in December, 4 DA-20 F/O's. We are drafting from our pool to fill that class, but that will pretty much take the pool down. We are interviewing to put about a dozen in the pool for a couple classes early next year depending upon turnover. As far a QOL goes, I don't think we have any of that I checked all of our ground school records and we do not have any QOL in any of syllabuses. You must live within 7 miles of YIP while in as duty status. Pager call out 24/7 except days off, when paged must be in the bldg. in 25 minutes, block out in 45 minutes. Schedules destinations, loads crews change on a moments notice. Load your own cargo. No allowance for commuting difficulties. Typical on-demand business.
 
pilotyip said:
You must live within 7 miles of YIP while in as duty status. Pager call out 24/7 except days off, when paged must be in the bldg. in 25 minutes, block out in 45 minutes.



This is a joke right?

Your idea of humor?
 
cmon red...thats common knowledge. get out from under that rock once in awhile :p
 
That is right we do not let the lack of a 4-yr degree stand in the way of hiring the right pilot, however most of our new hires have college degree because everyone has one now days. And if you stay at USA Jet 10 years you are a DC-9 Captain making $100K per year, if you want to. It is a great place to get the training you need for your next job. Priority in hiring is given to local residents and former military is preferred.You gotta pay your dues someplace, why not a place you get good training in the 121 airline. Many move from the DA-20 to the DC-9 in about 9 months. But we know, it is not for everyone, and try to make sure prospective pilots understand this business. And in my case when you are 53 years old and your airline goes out of business, this is a great! job!
 

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