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Re: Evas

Post by MrAviator19 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 3:27 pm

Evascaptainyhz wrote:
Wed Aug 22, 2018 10:18 am
...and try to get rid of the terrible reputation Evas has.
Nothing that has been said in this thread so far about the company is helping that cause. :smt120

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Re: Evas

Post by BE02 Driver » Sat Apr 27, 2019 6:39 am

Evascaptainyhz wrote:
Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:35 am
havnt been on here in a while, quick update we are currently in Negotiations and have been since January thats about as much as I can say right now. The other thing whoever is currently looking at this no one on here knows any facts about AC and Evas's current involvement so stop spreading your thoughts... those are you opinions you maybe right you maybe wrong fact is you dont have solid proof. I personally asked them to send that letter after the closure of Georgian because people in the YHZ base were getting nervous... I think anyone in our shoes would be! What has been communicated to everyone is AC is still interested in keeping the 1900 in YHZ.
How's that strike vote coming?

You are a Union Rep right?
Tell us your thoughts on the situation.....
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Re: Evas

Post by Yycjetdriver » Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:57 am

Evascaptainyhz wrote:
Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:35 am
havnt been on here in a while, quick update we are currently in Negotiations and have been since January thats about as much as I can say right now. The other thing whoever is currently looking at this no one on here knows any facts about AC and Evas's current involvement so stop spreading your thoughts... those are you opinions you maybe right you maybe wrong fact is you dont have solid proof. I personally asked them to send that letter after the closure of Georgian because people in the YHZ base were getting nervous... I think anyone in our shoes would be! What has been communicated to everyone is AC is still interested in keeping the 1900 in YHZ.
You can’t honestly believe that Evas would tell the pilots truthfully if they knew they were going to lose flying or a desirable base. They have a very difficult time attracting/retaining pilots, spreading a couple lies to ensure that doesn’t become more difficult would be a no brainer.
Also, it would be very doubtful AC would inform EVAS or any of its CPA carriers it’s plan to eventually pull work. It wouldn’t make good business sense to give that information to someone your looking to provide you quality services and it would greatly affect bargaining power.
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Re: Evas

Post by BE02 Driver » Sun Apr 28, 2019 8:42 am

Yycjetdriver wrote:
Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:57 am
Evascaptainyhz wrote:
Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:35 am
havnt been on here in a while, quick update we are currently in Negotiations and have been since January thats about as much as I can say right now. The other thing whoever is currently looking at this no one on here knows any facts about AC and Evas's current involvement so stop spreading your thoughts... those are you opinions you maybe right you maybe wrong fact is you dont have solid proof. I personally asked them to send that letter after the closure of Georgian because people in the YHZ base were getting nervous... I think anyone in our shoes would be! What has been communicated to everyone is AC is still interested in keeping the 1900 in YHZ.
You can’t honestly believe that Evas would tell the pilots truthfully if they knew they were going to lose flying or a desirable base. They have a very difficult time attracting/retaining pilots, spreading a couple lies to ensure that doesn’t become more difficult would be a no brainer.
Also, it would be very doubtful AC would inform EVAS or any of its CPA carriers it’s plan to eventually pull work. It wouldn’t make good business sense to give that information to someone your looking to provide you quality services and it would greatly affect bargaining power.
91% voting in favour of a strike. 90% of pilots voted. Legal strike date is June 7, 2019
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Re: Evas

Post by BE02 Driver » Mon May 27, 2019 9:38 pm

BE02 Driver wrote:
Sun Apr 28, 2019 8:42 am
Yycjetdriver wrote:
Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:57 am
Evascaptainyhz wrote:
Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:35 am
havnt been on here in a while, quick update we are currently in Negotiations and have been since January thats about as much as I can say right now. The other thing whoever is currently looking at this no one on here knows any facts about AC and Evas's current involvement so stop spreading your thoughts... those are you opinions you maybe right you maybe wrong fact is you dont have solid proof. I personally asked them to send that letter after the closure of Georgian because people in the YHZ base were getting nervous... I think anyone in our shoes would be! What has been communicated to everyone is AC is still interested in keeping the 1900 in YHZ.
You can’t honestly believe that Evas would tell the pilots truthfully if they knew they were going to lose flying or a desirable base. They have a very difficult time attracting/retaining pilots, spreading a couple lies to ensure that doesn’t become more difficult would be a no brainer.
Also, it would be very doubtful AC would inform EVAS or any of its CPA carriers it’s plan to eventually pull work. It wouldn’t make good business sense to give that information to someone your looking to provide you quality services and it would greatly affect bargaining power.
91% voting in favour of a strike. 90% of pilots voted. Legal strike date is June 7, 2019
Final offer from company voted down by over 90%. Legal strike position June 8. Looks like the end for EVAS is very near.

Hopefully the boys and girls have their resumes dusted off and jump ship ASAP. No doubt almost all of them will find work elsewhere, likely for better pay and Working conditions.
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Re: Evas

Post by Thorjones » Fri May 31, 2019 9:54 am

https://www.unifor2002.org/News-Room/EV ... trike-at-0
EVAS Air Pilots Preparing for a Legal Strike: at 0001 hours (local time) on June 7, 2019

May 30, 2019 at 2:15 PM
As communicated in our last bulletin, the EVAS membership overwhelmingly said NO to the “Company’s Revised Final Offer”, 95 per cent voted to reject the “Revised Final Offer”.

On May 28, 2019, the Bargaining Committee met to discuss and table a list of issues that needed to be addressed by the Company, if we were to ratify a new agreement.  The list of issues compiled is based on the feedback provided by the membership at the Ratification meetings held on May 23 to 24, 2019. 

Company proposes “Last Offer” on May 29, 2019
On May 29th, 2019, in Gander, NL, the Bargaining Committee and the Company met with the Federal Conciliator, with the objective to reach a fair deal.

The Committee presented the Company with the list of issues that needed to be discussed, the Company flatly refused to spend any additional money to fix the issues raised by the Bargaining Committee. As we continued to negotiate with the Company, late afternoon on May 29, 2019, the Company tabled a “last offer”. This “last offer” remained mostly unchanged from the previous offer that had been rejected by the members. The Company had no desire to address the issues affecting the members, including scheduling and quality of life issues.

When the Company presented the “last offer”,  EVAS informed the Bargaining Committee that they needed their full support and a response within 30 minutes or else they would rescind the offer. They further advised, if the Committee did not respond within the advised time-frame the Company threatened to contact Air Canada to advise them that EVAS Air would have to restructure their operations and focus solely on the Cargo and Medevac businesses. 

As you may be aware, EVAS has communicated their position on the offer, however, they told the Committee the offer was off the table.

This offer, which the Company called their “last offer” was not only unacceptable, it did not address the main concerns of the membership.

Today (May 30, 2019) the Committee remains available to meet with the Employer if it is willing to do so. The Committee has begun the work to prepare for a legal strike.  Members at EVAS  will be in a legal strike position as of 0001 hours (local time) on June 7, 2019.

We will continue to work vigorously on your behalf and will keep you informed of any further developments.

Please ensure that you keep us updated with your contact information and confirm that you have subscribed to Unifor 2002’s e-news at  www.unifor2002.org

Please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned should you have any questions or concerns. 

In Solidarity,

Your Bargaining Committee
Stephen Dodsworth, District Chairperson
Brian Burris, Bargaining Committee Representative
Lyndon Rowe, Bargaining Committee Representative
Ashley Watkins, Assistant to the Local President
Chad Johnston, National Representative
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Re: Evas

Post by goingnowherefast » Fri May 31, 2019 11:07 am

It's a pilot shortage, the deck is stacked in our favour. I'm glad EVAS pilots realise this and are taking a stand. Everybody else take note!
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Re: Evas

Post by sullecpt » Fri May 31, 2019 11:19 am

EVAS pilots, keep it up and stay strong. Many have come before you and not had the courage to take action. Its really refreshing to see pilots unite try to make changes for the better. We all benefit across the board.

Don't let management intimidate you, burn it to the ground if you must. I honestly lost a lot of respect for a few former colleagues for choosing to work under the conditions at EVAS. However, taking a stand like this and putting yourselves on the line really changes my opinion and I have total respect for anyone who votes to improve pilot conditions.
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Re: Evas

Post by billsmith73373 » Sun Jun 02, 2019 6:19 am

To hear these things being said about this company is unbelievable to say the least. I have worked for the company for a while and i am more then happy to have the opportunity to get my flight time and be able to go home to my own bed at night. The company has treated me with the up most respect and i feel lucky to have this opportunity.
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Re: Evas

Post by Roadrunnersmother » Sun Jun 02, 2019 12:20 pm

billsmith73373 wrote:
Sun Jun 02, 2019 6:19 am
To hear these things being said about this company is unbelievable to say the least. I have worked for the company for a while and i am more then happy to have the opportunity to get my flight time and be able to go home to my own bed at night. The company has treated me with the up most respect and i feel lucky to have this opportunity.
Is it unbelievable 95% of membership voted no to latest offer ?
Either you are out of reality with most of your colleagues or part of management.
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Re: Evas

Post by BE02 Driver » Sun Jun 02, 2019 7:59 pm

billsmith73373 wrote:
Sun Jun 02, 2019 6:19 am
To hear these things being said about this company is unbelievable to say the least. I have worked for the company for a while and i am more then happy to have the opportunity to get my flight time and be able to go home to my own bed at night. The company has treated me with the up most respect and i feel lucky to have this opportunity.
This is your first post?

Hi Pat, or Jeff or Florence, maybe Ian or Ron?

Give me a break. No one, literally no one has ever uttered those words at EVAS.

Feeling the pressure much? Calling people in the the office individually to see who your scabs will be?

Threatening people with the "You will never be allowed to work for AC if you go on strike".

SCUM of the earth!!!!!!
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Re: Evas

Post by Roadrunnersmother » Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:57 am

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This is your first post?

Hi Pat, or Jeff or Florence, maybe Ian or Ron?

Give me a break. No one, literally no one has ever uttered those words at EVAS.

Feeling the pressure much? Calling people in the the office individually to see who your scabs will be?

Threatening people with the "You will never be allowed to work for AC if you go on strike".

SCUM of the earth!!!!!!
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Could be Tom or Rodney to.
Definitely someone in management.
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Re: Evas

Post by BE02 Driver » Mon Jun 03, 2019 1:07 pm

Roadrunnersmother wrote:
Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:57 am
This is your first post?

Hi Pat, or Jeff or Florence, maybe Ian or Ron?

Give me a break. No one, literally no one has ever uttered those words at EVAS.

Feeling the pressure much? Calling people in the the office individually to see who your scabs will be?

Threatening people with the "You will never be allowed to work for AC if you go on strike".

SCUM of the earth!!!!!!
[/quote]

Could be Tom or Rodney to.
Definitely someone in management.
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Tom got fired.
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Re: Evas

Post by Roadrunnersmother » Mon Jun 03, 2019 6:58 pm

Possible strike is averted.

Strike Averted: Tentative Agreement Reached with EVAS
June 3, 2019 at 7:15 PM
Late this afternoon (June 3, 2019), the Union and the Company reached a tentative agreement in their ongoing negotiations. As a result of this agreement, the Conference Call scheduled for June 4, 2019, at 19:30 Atlantic time has been is canceled.

“We are pleased that the recent intensive negotiations have produced a tentative agreement for our pilots at EVAS. I am proud of our Bargaining Committee and our EVAS pilots who showed continued professionalism and commitment throughout the negotiations. There is a lot of responsibility in being a pilot and this contract acknowledges the challenging work they do every day”, said Euila Leonard, President of Unifor Local 2002.

The agreement is subject to ratification by the membership. We will be holding Ratification Meetings on Wednesday, June 5, and Thursday, June 6, 2019. Details will be provided tomorrow for the locations and times of these important meetings.

The Bargaining Committee is pleased to advise this tentative agreement provides enhanced improvements to the previous offer. The Bargaining Committee is unanimously endorsing this tentative agreement and recommends members vote “yes”. The highlights of the tentative agreement will be released electronically prior to the ratification meetings. Voting for the agreement will be done electronically.

The Bargaining Committee would like to extend its appreciation and thanks for the members support during the negotiations. Please ensure that you keep us updated with your contact information and confirm that you have subscribed to Unifor 2002’s e-news at www.unifor2002.org.

Please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned should you have any questions or concerns.

In Solidarity,

Your Bargaining Committee
Stephen Dodsworth, District Chairperson
Brian Burris, Bargaining Committee Representative
Lyndon Rowe, Bargaining Committee Representative
Ashley Watkins, Assistant to the Local President
Chad Johnston, National Representative
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Re: Evas

Post by rigpiggy » Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:32 am

So in a nutshell, what more did you get out of the White's?
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Re: Evas

Post by BE02 Driver » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:10 am

rigpiggy wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:32 am
So in a nutshell, what more did you get out of the White's?
6 paid days for Union representation
8 paid days for bargaining union members
$10 per day per pilot that the schedule is late

GDO's
0-1 year - 10
1-3 years - 11
3-5 years - 12
5+ - 13

GDO's can only be changed with consent of pilot

Change of shift with less than 12 hrs notice gets 5hrs extra pay.

Hourly pay = Salary / 1200

Maximum duty for 4 weeks is 192 hrs. Hours over paid at salary/2080.

Any flight hours over 84 in 4 weeks paid at straight time. (Salary/1200)

45 minute report.

Change of duty must be sent by email immediately and a phone call at appropriate time.

Option for a box lunch in lieu of per diems

1.5 time on GDO if you pick up flying.

Training pay +$5000/year
Line indoc +$50/day (per diem)
Line checks $50ea.

Multi PPC you get 5% increase in yearly salary.

Vacation:
1-2 years - 10 days
2-5 years - 12 days
5-19 years - 15 days
20+ years - 20 days

Lost pay for Jury duty etc. Now a unpaid leave of absence.

Unpaid leave of absence for military purposes

4 floater days off per year. (Short notice personal reasons). Carried over to max of 6/year.

50% tuition up to $750 for purposes of flight related training or courses.

Binds limited to $15k/year. Whole amount repayable if you leave in first 12 months. $7500 repayable there after until completion of year 2. No bonds allowed for upgrade. Retroactive for current employees who signed the $20k bond.

Agreement expires 2022.


New Pay Scale (No YOS)
First Officers 2% 2% 2%
start to 6 months (probation) 31,839.36 32,476.15 33,125.67
Year One Increase 34,149.84 34,832.83 35,529.49
Year Two Increase 35,311.10 36,017.33 36,737.67
Year Three Increase 36,468.80 37,198.18 37,942.14
Year Four Increase 37,664.90 38,418.20 39,186.57

Captains 2% 2% 2%
start 58,372.16 59,539.61 60,730.40
Year Two Increase 60,494.79 61,704.68 62,938.78
Year Three Increase 62,617.41 63,869.76 65,147.15
Year Four Increase 64,740.03 66,034.84 67,355.53
Year Five Increase 66,864.55 68,201.84 69,565.88
Year Six Increase 68,983.99 70,363.67 71,770.94
Year Seven Increase 71,122.53 72,544.98 73,995.88
Year Eight Increase 73,242.08 74,706.92 76,201.06
Year Nine Increase 75,366.09 76,873.41 78,410.88
Year Ten Increase 77,483.88 79,033.55 80,614.23
Year Eleven Increase 79,599.18 81,191.16 82,814.98
Year Twelve Increase 81,724.48 83,358.97 85,026.15
Year Thirteen Increase 83,849.31 85,526.29 87,236.82
Year Fourteen Increase 85,970.69 87,690.10 89,443.91
Year Fifteen Increase 88,101.91 89,863.95 91,661.23
Year Sixteen Increase 90,216.31 92,020.64 93,861.05

Uniforms still only 50% covered.

Can wear a union pin on your lapel.

New interview committee composed of pilots for assigning pay scale for direct entry captains.

Per diems
5hr or less - $15/day
5hr or more - $30/day
Cargo/Med - $35/day
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Re: Evas

Post by Yycjetdriver » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:15 am

BE02 Driver wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:10 am
rigpiggy wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:32 am
So in a nutshell, what more did you get out of the White's?
6 paid days for Union representation
8 paid days for bargaining union members
$10 per day per pilot that the schedule is late

GDO's
0-1 year - 10
1-3 years - 11
3-5 years - 12
5+ - 13

GDO's can only be changed with consent of pilot

Change of shift with less than 12 hrs notice gets 5hrs extra pay.

Hourly pay = Salary / 1200

Maximum duty for 4 weeks is 192 hrs.

45 minute report.

Change of duty must be sent by email immediately and a phone call at appropriate time.

Option for a box lunch in lieu of per diems

1.5 time on GDO if you pick up flying.

Training pay +$5000/year
Line indoc +$50/day (per diem)
Line checks $50ea.

Multi PPC you get 5% increase in yearly salary.

Vacation:
1-2 years - 10 days
2-5 years - 12 days
5-19 years - 15 days
20+ years - 20 days

Lost pay for Jury duty etc. Now a unpaid leave of absence.

Unpaid leave of absence for military purposes

4 floater days off per year. (Short notice personal reasons). Carried over to max of 6/year.

50% tuition up to $750 for purposes of flight related training or courses.

Binds limited to $15k/year. Whole amount repayable if you leave in first 12 months. $7500 repayable there after until completion of year 2. No bonds allowed for upgrade. Retroactive for current employees who signed the $20k bond.

Agreement expires 2022.


New Pay Scale (No YOS)
First Officers 2% 2% 2%
start to 6 months (probation) 31,839.36 32,476.15 33,125.67
Year One Increase 34,149.84 34,832.83 35,529.49
Year Two Increase 35,311.10 36,017.33 36,737.67
Year Three Increase 36,468.80 37,198.18 37,942.14
Year Four Increase 37,664.90 38,418.20 39,186.57

Captains 2% 2% 2%
start 58,372.16 59,539.61 60,730.40
Year Two Increase 60,494.79 61,704.68 62,938.78
Year Three Increase 62,617.41 63,869.76 65,147.15
Year Four Increase 64,740.03 66,034.84 67,355.53
Year Five Increase 66,864.55 68,201.84 69,565.88
Year Six Increase 68,983.99 70,363.67 71,770.94
Year Seven Increase 71,122.53 72,544.98 73,995.88
Year Eight Increase 73,242.08 74,706.92 76,201.06
Year Nine Increase 75,366.09 76,873.41 78,410.88
Year Ten Increase 77,483.88 79,033.55 80,614.23
Year Eleven Increase 79,599.18 81,191.16 82,814.98
Year Twelve Increase 81,724.48 83,358.97 85,026.15
Year Thirteen Increase 83,849.31 85,526.29 87,236.82
Year Fourteen Increase 85,970.69 87,690.10 89,443.91
Year Fifteen Increase 88,101.91 89,863.95 91,661.23
Year Sixteen Increase 90,216.31 92,020.64 93,861.05

Uniforms still only 50% covered.

Can wear a union pin on your lapel.

New interview committee composed of pilots for assigning pay scale for direct entry captains.

Per diems
5hr or less - $15/day
5hr or more - $30/day
Cargo/Med - $35/day
Those are improvements??????? Disgusting.
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Re: Evas

Post by BE02 Driver » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:30 am

Yycjetdriver wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:15 am
BE02 Driver wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:10 am
rigpiggy wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:32 am
So in a nutshell, what more did you get out of the White's?
6 paid days for Union representation
8 paid days for bargaining union members
$10 per day per pilot that the schedule is late

GDO's
0-1 year - 10
1-3 years - 11
3-5 years - 12
5+ - 13

GDO's can only be changed with consent of pilot

Change of shift with less than 12 hrs notice gets 5hrs extra pay.

Hourly pay = Salary / 1200

Maximum duty for 4 weeks is 192 hrs.

45 minute report.

Change of duty must be sent by email immediately and a phone call at appropriate time.

Option for a box lunch in lieu of per diems

1.5 time on GDO if you pick up flying.

Training pay +$5000/year
Line indoc +$50/day (per diem)
Line checks $50ea.

Multi PPC you get 5% increase in yearly salary.

Vacation:
1-2 years - 10 days
2-5 years - 12 days
5-19 years - 15 days
20+ years - 20 days

Lost pay for Jury duty etc. Now a unpaid leave of absence.

Unpaid leave of absence for military purposes

4 floater days off per year. (Short notice personal reasons). Carried over to max of 6/year.

50% tuition up to $750 for purposes of flight related training or courses.

Binds limited to $15k/year. Whole amount repayable if you leave in first 12 months. $7500 repayable there after until completion of year 2. No bonds allowed for upgrade. Retroactive for current employees who signed the $20k bond.

Agreement expires 2022.


New Pay Scale (No YOS)
First Officers 2% 2% 2%
start to 6 months (probation) 31,839.36 32,476.15 33,125.67
Year One Increase 34,149.84 34,832.83 35,529.49
Year Two Increase 35,311.10 36,017.33 36,737.67
Year Three Increase 36,468.80 37,198.18 37,942.14
Year Four Increase 37,664.90 38,418.20 39,186.57

Captains 2% 2% 2%
start 58,372.16 59,539.61 60,730.40
Year Two Increase 60,494.79 61,704.68 62,938.78
Year Three Increase 62,617.41 63,869.76 65,147.15
Year Four Increase 64,740.03 66,034.84 67,355.53
Year Five Increase 66,864.55 68,201.84 69,565.88
Year Six Increase 68,983.99 70,363.67 71,770.94
Year Seven Increase 71,122.53 72,544.98 73,995.88
Year Eight Increase 73,242.08 74,706.92 76,201.06
Year Nine Increase 75,366.09 76,873.41 78,410.88
Year Ten Increase 77,483.88 79,033.55 80,614.23
Year Eleven Increase 79,599.18 81,191.16 82,814.98
Year Twelve Increase 81,724.48 83,358.97 85,026.15
Year Thirteen Increase 83,849.31 85,526.29 87,236.82
Year Fourteen Increase 85,970.69 87,690.10 89,443.91
Year Fifteen Increase 88,101.91 89,863.95 91,661.23
Year Sixteen Increase 90,216.31 92,020.64 93,861.05

Uniforms still only 50% covered.

Can wear a union pin on your lapel.

New interview committee composed of pilots for assigning pay scale for direct entry captains.

Per diems
5hr or less - $15/day
5hr or more - $30/day
Cargo/Med - $35/day
Those are improvements??????? Disgusting.
Technically yes, but I agree, disgusting.

I left out the maximum flight/month. I added it now. Straight time over 84 hours. So salary includes 84hrs a month. You get straight time add on after 84.
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Re: Evas

Post by GoinVertical » Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:53 am

Disgusting. Other eastern operators are paying more for King Air crews flying 300 hours a year.
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Re: Evas

Post by goingnowherefast » Sat Jun 08, 2019 4:19 pm

When I flew 1900s, I made 50% more. I've seen other companies offering 100+ grand a year for captains too.

Perhaps they'll raise the pay when they have 0 pilots left.

I'd still vote no and strike. Anywhere else will pay more.
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Re: Evas

Post by digits_ » Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:24 pm

Who even stays there?

With only 10 GDOs and that salary, you'll make more by commuting and paying for hotels and still have more free time and money every month!
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Re: Evas

Post by BE02 Driver » Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:50 pm

digits_ wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 7:24 pm
Who even stays there?

With only 10 GDOs and that salary, you'll make more by commuting and paying for hotels and still have more free time and money every month!
2 types of people stay at EVAS. Newfies that want to live in Central Newfoundland, and people they have but the short and curlies due to the ridiculous bond and/or Canadian Work Visa as a TFW.
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Re: Evas

Post by Tertius » Mon Jun 10, 2019 2:36 am

What does the straight time mean? Salary/1200?
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Re: Evas

Post by rigpiggy » Mon Jun 10, 2019 10:59 am

IOW SFA, last 1900 ops I was at was 75k first year capt. 82 second....... nobody stayed after the 2nd year
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Re: Evas

Post by rigpiggy » Mon Jun 10, 2019 11:00 am

I beleieve Sunwest starts at 87k some one correct me if im wrong
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