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Freeport_Flyer
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AirPartners in YYC

Post by Freeport_Flyer »

Has anyone had experience with AirPartners? There does not seem to be much on the forums about the company. Wondering what the WAWCON for an FO on Citation X as well as an overall take on the company / management?

Any info / opinion / experiences would be appreciated.
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Avrocanada
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Re: AirPartners in YYC

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I'd also like this information if available.
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I've been told that they actually like it, if at the interview, you admit that you have looked for information on them but couldn't find any. It's sort of their thing.

They pay well compared to the rest of the field in yyc, the have no schedule though. Nothing. If you haven't been called by 19:00, you have tomorrow off. They don't have on call it's a weird 24 hour revolving thing where they call for tomorrow or later. There is no set progression, so if you get hired for the 350, you aren't in line for a jet. You can apply to go onto the jet and lots of people do, some carry multiple types, but it's not a guarantee.

It's corporate, it's 604, it's charter, it's fractional ownership...it's weird. The benefits are things like; having someone shovel your sidewalk while you're away so your wife doesn't have to, or giving your wife flowers on your anniversary, or a nice blanket for your new baby delivered by someone in management. Basically be married with a young family.

If you interview there, they will sqwawk 7600 after. They won't call or return phone calls, won't respond to emails, ghosted.
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