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Old 21st Jul 2010, 11:01
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Spike001
 
Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: UK
Posts: 100
(Clanger) Exactly We're on the same playing field now.

Essentially the total cost for FTE is a typical "modular route + TR costs".

Best way in is being bonded in my opinion, guranteed job and slightly less pay but easier on the pocket in the long run, depending how you want to look at it.

What ever happens people, just don't give up with your training and do what's best for your circumstances.

If I decided to continue with a scheme like this, my main concern is IF you don't perform to the airline's standard/requirement and your told you are no longer are being supported by the airline, then your paying for something that could have been done cheaper by another way and you have to deal with the consequences.
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