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Old 18th Oct 2014, 12:43
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ManUtd1999
 
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: United Kingdom
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Whereas with BA, the caveat with the employment offer is that BA require pilots when you finish training. If they dont, you have 94k of debt and no jet experience.

So if the Financial Crisis V2 happens, then easyJet will still have to give you 1500 hours. Or they are breaching their contract (assuming you meet the required training standard)
True, but 94,000 debt secured against BA is infinitely better than 110,000 of debt secured against a house, despite a slightly higher risk of unemployment in the first couple of years. In reality the risk of BA dropping you is vey low anyway, historically they have always given cadets jobs even if they've had to wait a bit. The risk of EZY not making you permanent or reducing your hours/wage after your 12 months flexicrew? I'd say substantially higher....
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