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Typical day

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What would be a typical day for a low cost pilot based in the uk. Typical routes and times would be helpful. I know most would do anything between a 2 sector or up to 6 sector day with a turn around time of about 25 mins.

 

Robin lambert

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- a low cost pilot??

 

A typical day for a pilot is going to depend alot on his senority. That may not be true in the UK, but senority is everything at a US airline.

 

The most favorable routes/ segments will be given to the top ten percent- senior guys,

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Hate to be rude, but this topic really doesn't apply to the NGX.

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Hate to be rude, but this topic really doesn't apply to the NGX.

 

Sure it does asking abour routes flown by NG pilots on a typical day give or take, what else does it need to be about to satisfy your over zealous standards?

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Hate to be rude, but this topic really doesn't apply to the NGX.

 

If you hate to be rude, then don't be rude.

Unless of course you're a moderator.

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Some of our typical rosters based out of DUB are as follows for A320 a/c:

[From memory back in about 2008, probably been adjusted slightly since then]

 

DUB->GVA->ORK->GVA->DUB.

DUB->AMS->DUB->NCE->DUB

DUB->CGD->DUB->ARN->DUB

DUB->LHR->DUB->LHR->DUB->LHR->DUB

DUB->MAN->DUB->LGW->DUB->MAN->DUB

DUB->AGA->DUB

DUB->ATH->DUB

DUB->FUE->DUB

 

You should get the general gist of it there...

 

Rónán O Cadhain.

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