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Old 21st Oct 2021, 22:00
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btrdux
 
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"To Cx pilots not realize that this jobs involves you flying rosters that aren't even legal here in Hong Kong."

Said American cargo carrier operates duty periods of up to 30 hours, the second half of which is paid at 0.25x credit, of which you get notice on the 27th of each month to operate 3 days later on the 1st?
Wasn't aware of that.

For what it's worth, said carrier as far as I'm aware offers a 1.75x hazard pay for certain areas which include HKG... funny that.

And that's not even including all the of the points eloquently summarised by the poster above.

If your point is, it's not all roses and sunshine over there, I don't think anyone is under the illusion that is. However it is objectively, all around, much less decidedly than it is here.
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