Please explain how paying $19,800 to warm the right seat of a 1900 is a “real job”.airmack said:Why do people get so worked up about pay for training? Some of these pilots sound like a bunch of whiney babies that probably never held down a "real" job in their life.
In reference to your statement. Prior to going to GIA I was a mechanic in the military for 8 year busting my knuckles on fighters, while you were at your house watching Mr. Rogers and whining to your mom about kids that cut in front of you at the water fountain. I am a true believer in investing for your future. Your probably still waiting for someone to pay for your college degree. Give me a break! I didn't pay 19,800 for 250 hours. I paid $7500 for 250 hours, my Uncle Sam paid the rest. If you do the math, it's $30 per flight hour. Not a bad investment from my point of view.Wiggums said:
Please explain how paying $19,800 to warm the right seat of a 1900 is a “real job”.