regional pilot scheldules

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all of my flying has been in the corporate world but am looking into the regional s. I was wondering if i could get a few examples of a pilot scheldule for a typical month from a few different carriers.
 

Beechnut

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Here's a couple examples from AirWis. The following scheduale is a typical Dornier trip, with the exeption this one seems to focus on a few citites. The first day reports at 1400 and is done by 2015L. The first line of the second day reads: FLight 5879 From Fort Wayne to O'Hare departs at 0725 (Local times here) and arrives at 0725. 1 hour schedualed block and 1 hour on the ground before departing on 5730 to Lancing.


5834 ORD-CWA 1415 1525 110
5839 CWA-ORD 1555 1700 105
5872 ORD-FWA 1800 2000 100
D-END: 2015L (NR 900) REPT: 0640L CONV. CTR. HILTON
5879 FWA-ORD 0725 0725 100 100
5730 ORD-LAN 0825 1025 100 35
5733 LAN-ORD 1100 1105 105 215
5734 ORD-LAN 1320 1520 100
D-END: 1535L (NR 900) REPT: 0600L RADISSON (517) 482-0188 VAN
5731 LAN-ORD 0645 0650 105 105
5866 ORD-FWA 0720 0920 100 30
5867 FWA-ORD 1100 1100 100
D-END: 1115

This is a CRJ Line:
5622 ORD-MKE 0825 0905 40 45
5573 MKE-DEN 0950 1120 230 100
5595 DEN-EUG 1220 1350 230 40
5596 EUG-DEN 1430 1745 215
D-END: 1800L (NR 900) REPT: 1645L
5559 DEN-SBA 1715 1850 235 105
5726 SBA-LAX 1955 2037 42 138
5725 LAX-SBA 2215 2257 42
D-END: 2312L (NR 900) REPT: 1050L
5586 SBA-DEN 1140 1500 220 335
5534 DEN-MSN 1835 2137 202 20
5534 MSN-ATW 2157 2227 30
D-END: 2242L (RR 800) REPT: 0815L
5573 ATW-MKE 0900 0930 30 20
5573 MKE-DEN 0950 1120 230 420
5744 DEN-LNK 1540 1805 125 25
5754 LNK-ORD 1830 2000 130
D-END: 2015L (CR 1100)


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skydiverdriver

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I would post a schedule, but I don't think it would help much. Before I started this job, I was a 121 dispatcher, and flew cargo, and I thought I knew what an airline schedule would be like. I had no idea. You have to live it to understand it, I firmly believe. Also, every person at the airline has a different schedule, depending on what they bid, their seat and seniority, and what the airline is doing that month. There is no typical month, and sometimes you get something good only to find out that you just taught all the guys senior to you how to bid properly. Anyway, some months I get 14 days off, all weekends, others, 12 days during the week. Now I have to decide whether to bid captain or not, and go back on reserve. Not my idea of fun. Good luck to you.
 

Twotter76

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I agree with skydiverdriver in that every regionals schedule will very greatly. Where I work I usually fly 10-15 days a month with 10 days a month off guaranteed. The remainder are reserve days (all the pilots sit reserve, doesnt just go to the junior guys). The amount of hours you fly varies quite a lot from season to season but this winter I have been averaging about 45 a month. We are home every night unless we are doing charter work which sometimes requires a RON. Our schedule is further divided into AM and PM components. To give you an idea of the times involved, PM reserve runs from 1pm til 1am. Pretty good schedule really. Hope this helps.
 
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