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7th Oct 2018, 15:24
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Posted By EllanVannin

you can avoid nightstops quite easily at LGW if...

you can avoid nightstops quite easily at LGW if you want to, as there arenít masses around. At LHR itís harder to avoid them entirely though.
6th Oct 2018, 19:25
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Posted By EllanVannin

A significant over simplification in my opinion. ...

A significant over simplification in my opinion.

I worked at EZY for 5 years, then spent my first 3 years in BA based down at LGW (leaving there not very long ago).

Some differences -

1....
25th Jul 2018, 18:48
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Posted By EllanVannin

Absolute nonsense. You can make all kinds of...

Absolute nonsense.

You can make all kinds of assumptions about things like time to command, time to long haul, whether you should include the roughly 1000 GBP/month downroute allowances BA pilots...
25th Feb 2018, 08:01
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Posted By EllanVannin

I donít disagree. Youíre setting up a straw man...

I donít disagree. Youíre setting up a straw man argument.

Iím as peeíd off as the next guy with the company and am more than happy to strike to protect our Ts and Cs. Thatís not what the argument...
25th Feb 2018, 06:34
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Posted By EllanVannin

Buter - No, Iíve been in BA for 5 years having...

Buter - No, Iíve been in BA for 5 years having worked at 4 other airlines previously, so Iíve done the rounds.

Some of our colleagues have completely lost sight of what real life is like...
24th Feb 2018, 17:54
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Posted By EllanVannin

To add a little balance to the negativity that...

To add a little balance to the negativity that seems to be in abundance on pprune.....

Yes things are changing, but letís try and see the wood for the trees -

1. The pension has just improved...
5th Feb 2018, 08:54
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Posted By EllanVannin

Iím happy for you Smokey that youíre chuffed. Iím...

Iím happy for you Smokey that youíre chuffed. Iím not at all though. Iíd be slotting in around the 78% point on long haul, so I was feeling reasonably happy about that level of seniority.

As for...
5th Feb 2018, 05:13
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Posted By EllanVannin

Thank you guys. Found it now. ...

Thank you guys. Found it now.

Interestingly, the Yammer post says that ďpotentiallyĒ some of those whoíve had their freezes waived and who are not yet coursed will get refrozen. So thereís still...
4th Feb 2018, 18:46
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Posted By EllanVannin

Smokey Lomcevak - when you say NS has said there...

Smokey Lomcevak - when you say NS has said there will be no further freeze waives this year, do you mind me asking where you read that?

As one of said people with a potentially cancelled freeze...
4th Jan 2018, 08:24
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Posted By EllanVannin

It came from a Chief Pilot video. A figure of 200...

It came from a Chief Pilot video. A figure of 200 was mentioned. Interestingly, this is before the impact of the Monarch slots is taken account of. Good luck to all those in the pool. Sounds positive...
12th Dec 2017, 14:27
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Posted By EllanVannin

Hi VJW, I worked for easyJet Switzerland on...

Hi VJW,

I worked for easyJet Switzerland on a "legacy" contract.

The money was very good, but the lifestyle was pretty brutal. Especially on late shifts. My wife and I used to pass like ships...
12th Dec 2017, 12:22
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Posted By EllanVannin

Indeed, it is horses for courses. With...

Indeed, it is horses for courses.

With regards to BA, I don't reject your claims entirely, but I want to clarify a few things -

1. 50% of time away from home is quite some way from the truth...
12th Dec 2017, 11:10
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Posted By EllanVannin

I'd like to add another more positive reflection...

I'd like to add another more positive reflection to counter the more negative posts pprune tends to attract.

I joined BA 4 years ago. At the time I too wrestled with the prospect of giving up...
1st Oct 2014, 15:59
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Posted By EllanVannin

To put another, more positive spin on things... ...

To put another, more positive spin on things...

I took a 40% pay cut to move to BA. Frankly, I honestly don't miss the money. You can't put a price on quality of life and a decent career.
...
31st Jul 2014, 00:35
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Posted By EllanVannin

No. Probably a mischievous play on words by...

No.

Probably a mischievous play on words by someone not wholly satisfied with the necessary amendments to bid line.
10th May 2014, 01:36
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Posted By EllanVannin

Sorry, but I too don't agree with the maths...

Sorry, but I too don't agree with the maths suggested. I took the plunge and left easyjet to join BA, and so am privy to the finer details of the pay scales of both outfits.

In addition to what...
17th Oct 2013, 15:17
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BA?
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Posted By EllanVannin

Apparently some ex poolers got called last week...

Apparently some ex poolers got called last week and re interviewed this week. I know a few guys who sat at the very top of the expired hold pool and have airbus ratings. They have heard nothing.........
9th Aug 2013, 08:51
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Posted By EllanVannin

Pants. Was rather hoping it would be open to A320...

Pants. Was rather hoping it would be open to A320 rated pilots again......
19th Jul 2013, 08:56
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Posted By EllanVannin

Are you sure it will be Boeing drivers required...

Are you sure it will be Boeing drivers required for the 747? Is there any real type rating cost saving to be had by VS in training say a 737 driver onto the 747 vs training an airbus driver onto it...
12th Jul 2013, 18:51
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Posted By EllanVannin

Thanks very much. How many equivalent medium ...

Thanks very much. How many equivalent medium
sectors a month would you tend to fly a month on average?
11th Jul 2013, 15:36
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Views: 168,779
Posted By EllanVannin

How does the sector pay work at jet2? Ppjn is not...

How does the sector pay work at jet2? Ppjn is not very detailed on this.

Or in short, what can a new FO or a new Captain expect to take home after taxes, pension etc?
6th Feb 2013, 17:23
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Views: 21,266
Posted By EllanVannin

Thanks for the info. Was there any kind of...

Thanks for the info. Was there any kind of indication of numbers required? Is it for expansion or to cover retirements? Any idea of which fleet needs crew?
6th Feb 2013, 06:14
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Views: 21,266
Posted By EllanVannin

Sorry to change the topic away from the banter,...

Sorry to change the topic away from the banter, but does anyone know anything about future recruitment at Virgin?
2nd Jan 2013, 06:44
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Views: 8,352
Posted By EllanVannin

A few people have talked about moving from the...

A few people have talked about moving from the airlines to the biz jet world. This is something I am interested in doing but I am a bit stuck for how to go about it. I would be very grateful if...
29th Dec 2010, 16:54
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Posted By EllanVannin

Frozenpilot, please could you elaborate on what...

Frozenpilot, please could you elaborate on what you mean by "TCX do seem to have a concern over rated, experienced Pilots ".

Thanks
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