6th Jul 2012, 10:26
Just read this update on another website...
"As of 28th of June. The company suspended all Gateway choices for Aircrew. Permanent and Temporary."
"Expecting announcement of Pilot workforce reduction latest by end 2012."
As always, rumors and statements by people that potentially have no inside info...
What's the latest?
jr of dallas
6th Jul 2012, 10:52
Just wait for some waco to tell you that they are not allowed to discuss their company informations on the forum....yes it's true !:mad:
6th Jul 2012, 13:57
I talked to a friend at NJE yesterday and he did not say anything about this.
6th Jul 2012, 15:40
Well they have been paying for more than 5 years to retain an option to develop an engineering base at Cranfield EGTC and to date they have only dug a few holes to retain the planning application. Times are tough and they have aircraft parked up at many airfields.
6th Jul 2012, 18:21
Google skyshare.eu. latest news. It will keep you roughly up to date.
10th Jul 2012, 18:11
I think you have to be a member of skyshare to access the forums? (and to be a member of skyshare you need to be a netjets employee?)
Am I wrong?
10th Jul 2012, 18:53
Yes to access the forum - but on the home page there is a news section visible to all - Skyshare Trade Union - Welcome! (http://www.skyshare.eu/)
10th Jul 2012, 19:08
Think the question was about Netjets not sky scare. You may think you're going to take control but you're not.
15th Jul 2012, 06:53
How many flight hours a year does the average Netjets pilot do?
16th Jul 2012, 12:20
almost all the Netjets pilots fly more than average anually...
16th Jul 2012, 12:44
350-400 is a good benchmark for the midsized cabins.
Probably a fair bit less for non-apu fleet and no idea for large cabin
14th Dec 2012, 11:12
What is the union doing to working climate? CRM issues?