Leaving the line?

jobear

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I was recently thinking of leaving the airline I work for and going over to the Dark Side of the Day. Slow upgrade,llllooowww pay, and frankly just not alot of job security.
Any thought s on how this is viewed?

Thanks
Jobear
 

Brett Hull

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I think the question from us would be: Why would you want to do such a thing? And if you're going to an on-demand we'd offer the comment: Are you crazy?:D

Seriously though, where are you thinking of going; sked freight, on-demand, The people "in the know" (definitely not me) may be able to help you better if they know what you're trying to get yourself into.
 

jobear

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Scheduled routes would be great.
When I first made the descision to go to the airlines I agonized over freight/corparate vs the airlines, to me flying is flying but like everyone says FREIGHT DON'T @ITCH!
And I don't mind hauling Pax it's more of a location thing I'd rather be on the left coast instead of the UPPER midwest. I really hate winter.

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SkywayFO

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Think twice, you know where to find me if you want help with another Airline gig!! Pagers Suck
 

SDdriver

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I agree with the other guys. THink long and hard about it. I love flying freight, but there will come a day when I will want to just talk about the freight I flew, when I am sitting in a nice airplane where everything works and wearing a nice light set of telex headsets, with NO earplugs,,hahaha..

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FreightPup

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when I am sitting in a nice airplane where everything works and wearing a nice light set of telex headsets, with NO earplugs,,hahaha..

I hope you're kidding, cause it just ain't so.....
 
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