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Sat Jun 23, 2018 9:00 pm
Or maybe, just maybe, some people are not motivated by the same things as you.
Not everyone's life is focused on flying the biggest airplane in the shortest time, or making as much money as possible.
I agree with you, but none of those people are at Encore. It is the quintessential stepping stone.
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Size of the plane doesn't matter. Money, schedule and career growth potential. It's a personal balancing act between all 3. Encore potentially has the 3rd one (depending on negotiations), and not so much of the first two. By 5000 hrs, a pilot typically is much further along in their career than being enticed by the career potential vs pay/schedule that Encore offers. Encore is set up to attract a single 23 year old 1500 hr pilot in today's job market.
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