|Quoting Futureualpilot (Thread starter):|
Do airline crews normally see the entire system? Lets say you are a pilot/FA based out of LAX. Would you only see destinations your airline serves to/from LAX, or could you end up going anywhere (aircraft depending of course)? Does it vary by airline? What are the different airlines like?
|Quoting AAR90 (Reply 1):|
No S80 ever visits MIA. No 738 ever visits ORD, BOS, SFO, RNO, SJC and a host of other cities. If you are holding a "domestic" bid status, you only fly North America. If you hold "international" bid status, you primarily fly only international trips to the division your base flys to/from (i.e. LAX 777I pilots only fly NRT & LHR; MIA 777I pilots only fly Atlantic & S.America).
|Quoting WNCrew (Reply 3):|
At WN we see it all no matter where we are based.
|Quoting Cancidas (Reply 4):|
i read somewhere that WN crews do not get sent on "out-and-backs" but instead are given just multi day legs that take them around the entire system. is that still true? the article i read is a few years old by now.
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