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Old 6th Mar 2023, 22:11
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Time for a career change. Anyone know what Ts and Cs are like at Network?
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Old 7th Mar 2023, 05:39
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Originally Posted by Captn Rex Havack
Time for a career change. Anyone know what Ts and Cs are like at Network?
500 000 per annum, pre tax of course - First year FO wage
Limo chauffeured to work each morning
A uniform so sharp it has a PHD from Cambridge.
1 day on, 13 days off.
Great inclusive, relaxing management.

You should apply.

Oh you have to know how to speak airbus - which will exclude you.

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Old 7th Mar 2023, 07:15
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Man flex 65, SRS, runway, autothrust blue!
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Old 7th Mar 2023, 09:10
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Originally Posted by neville_nobody
Yep these guys are everywhere. Their entire identity is about being a pilot and they canít/wonít let go. So itís not about the money at all for these types itís about their entire existence. The bad news is they usually hang onto until either they fail a Sim or a medical.

If I was cashed up from an overseas gig I personally would not be in a job where I have to wake up at 0300 on a regular basis. For most rational folks the whole reason you get yourself into a strong financial position is so you donít have to do that. But pilots are not always rationalÖÖ
They probably just like flying aeroplanes and whilst financially secure, the industry may have a different perspective to what an Aussie mortgage battler may be experiencing and aspiring for.

I empathise. I had the similar frustrations when Virgin Blue pilots entered the scene.

Abusing Network pilot here, just proves what industrial eunuchs many are.
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Old 7th Mar 2023, 22:03
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He actually says….”these are substantial salaries, they are not, you know, your average blue collar worker.”

How you choose to interpret that is up to you.
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