- Nov 21, 2005
As long as it doesn't qualify as sexual harrassment, learn to live with it.
By the way, you're not the Blond Bimbo that flaunted her cleavage on Court TV's presentation of the trial of the Flying While Intoxicated Cactus Pilots, are you?
I would rather keep our aircraft seperate. Our pairings and credit are horrible because we mix airbus and 737. We have a lot of great, cool pilots that are a lot of fun to work with. So, I miss when we use to fly with them more? What is wrong with that?
Out of curiosity, how many majors stay together?
What I don't understand is how you always hear that if we split from the pilots we'll be abused. We aren't now? If you want more productive pairings worth more time you will most definately need to split from the pilots. To protect ourselves from being abused with work rule changes I have a pretty simple solution, NEGOTIATE IT SO YOU DON'T ! ! I like staying together but would like more productive trips too.
They reference Piedmont flying because they have done it both ways and prefer to stay together. I remember flying GSO-CLT-LAX and going to the hotel. The F/As went back the same way, same day and weren't happy about it.I had a 36 hour ron in MCi. One of my f/a's and I went out with 2 AWA pilots, Cracy Ivan and another guy. We had a great time. However, East f/a'sl are limited by our pilots, for flying. that really sucks. I hate that every trip is built to our pilots limitations. We are sortof handicapped by that. I at least wish they would explore the option of separate flying, but we have alot of weak d**ks that are deadset against it and most of hem are senoir f/a's. It is sad that they reference Piedmont flying, being that was almost 20 years ago. I like to ask them what the Wrights did at Kitty Hawk.
That is what I have always said, but hoenestly, I always get weak a** people saying" at piedmont we did that and it sucked". Ok, I get it, but freakin Piedmont was 20 years ago. Protect ourselves, know your damn contract. People don't want to be bothered with knowing their contract, that is one of the problems. And those people are not even on rsv now.
Why does that get you so upset? It is their point of view and they are entitled to it. It didn't work well at Piedmont, and that was a much better operation than this place. Can you see PHL with 100 crews going every which way?
It bothers me mostly, because the ones commenting were never really on rsv here at us air, let alone very long at Piedmont. Especially the system we have now. As someone said earlier, we will get screwed, if we let ourselves get screwed. No your damn contract, that would be a start.