Why are major airline pilots leaving there jobs to go fly at EJA? Is it because of salary, or quality of life? What makes EJA so much better than the majors? What are the pro's and con's of both? Thank you for reading my post. Thanks
I'm sure there is more to the story than you know... there always is if a pilot at a major is giving it up for EJA. Perhaps they are 59?? Who know what else might be behind this choice. Money is not one of them, that's for sure!!reepicheep said:I know for a fact at least a couple of US Airways guys who are not scheduled for furlough went to an EJA interview; not sure if they were offered jobs or took them.
Could be!reepicheep said:COEX-FO, maybe their motivation was that they wanted to work at a company that might actually still be around when they hit 59. I know that would be a big reason for me to make the jump.