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Flight benefits are not available for family members.
However, pilots will have CASS privileges and we have a long list of airlines in our reciprocal jump seat agreements - including UPS, American Airlines, Southwest, and more.

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It's the Pilot who first seeks a job and in their mind have a high ego.
Then later discover that their standard is not met and then write reviews to look that the company and other management are at fault.
The new hire or others who have left the job for whatever reason are the ones writes condescending reports and review. If an employee knows a lot, who not open their own business.Employers are there for their own benefit, but yes very few employer management can oversee employee and listen to their concern.
There are many.

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Spent the better part of 9 years not talking to anyone else as the management here wrote me up for simply asking questions about how to perform the required maintenance. No training, no raises, no yearly reviews. Skip this place if at all possible.

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No, our planes have been cargo converted and there are not lavatories available. We do not typically fly long routes, so this will likely not be an issue.

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If you are speaking of a pilot position, yes. We have Home-Based Captain positions.

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In a maintenance facility where you can't ask questions or get any training, there can only be one outcome. An accident followed by the FAA investigators.

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Anywhere between 1 hr a month to as many as 800

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Maybe between tree top level on up to 500 ft.

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They ask me if I have a lucky rabbits foot.

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