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Old 9th Oct 2014, 11:20
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4468
 
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: York
Posts: 680
get some 320 hours, then come to easy and have a career - a work/life balance. Keep fighting. Consider no man happy until his end is known. BA pilots are faced with potentially one of the most contrasting changes, shy of Swissair, that any pilots will face. It's done. Tables are turning.
The problem "BA pilots" face is that the company are attempting (reasonably successfully) to reduce the T&Cs of one third of BA pilots (SH) down to the likes of Easy.

However, still on my first marriage and with well over 20 years now in BA I've probably had my career. Work/life balance is not an issue, and with something approaching 2million pounds in a SIPP, I don't need to worry too much that my end is not yet known. Though I accept the airline world is not what it once was for any of us, and certainly for those starting out. That's a shame, but it is no fault of mine! I have done nothing to hasten the career's demise, other than to have been present to witness it!

I hope you enjoy Easy as much as I enjoyed BA you bitter little man.

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