So what your saying Piper, is that operators of Metros, will automatically stick a pilot with just 2 years GA experience to captain without starting as a F/O?
Failing that, your saying that Metro operators pay their pilots well above the Pilots award wage (as the award for Metros is several K less than a Saab).
PPRuNe is filled with people complaining about how poor the money for pilots is in GA as are those in the industry in general - though they're just my observations. Maybe you can give us some examples of GA operators who do pay their pilots good rates?
I stand by my word about GA having generally "clapped out" aircraft. It's not just my opinion, its fact. You can see the details here:
and again here:
Average age of GA aircraft here is over 30 years. Yes journalists can twist facts around to present a biased view, but you only need to just visit a typical GA airport to see rows upon rows of ancient aircraft.
I never said I liked the Cadetship. I've just presented a few basic facts to those here. If you want to be so negative about it, why not preset something of value rather than what appears to be a unsubstantiated personal opinion.
Anyway it appears they don't want me.