Skywest will pay TSA fee for recurrent sim for non U.S. Citizens

vtech

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Skywest sent a message to the affected pilots telling them Skywest is going to absorb the fee. Pilots don't have to pay it. In the end, Skywest does the right thing.

What's happening at Delta and Mesaba and the other carriers that are passing this fee along to their pilots?
 

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Beat you to it on the other thread! Ha! It also says they reimburse for pilot medicals.
 

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It also says they reimburse for pilot medicals.
Not so much. Not part of the note sent out by Shelly Taylor. Where'd you get that info about reimbursing for pilot medicals.
 

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As crappy as OH is we always have had both done, so I wouldn't be tooting the horn to loud. Best part about OH paying for our medicals is, that its in our contract, meaning they can't renig on paying. You guys do know what a contract is right? Look you guys can't even agree on what a memo says
 
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You are rite. i wish we had a contract, but yes, OO does reomburse medicals.
 

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OO pays for medicals?????????
 

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Did you skywest guys ever get to pay for the ride along on the CRJ1000 test drive? I remember reading that it was 100 bucks per person payable to skywest. Did it ever happen?
 
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