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Time Downroute and Flight pay

  Topic Started By:  Coffeeam    On:  Sun 24th March, 2019 at 19:52
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#2  Time Downroute and Flight pay  Posted 24/03/2019 at 19:52
Hi, how long do you tend to get downroute also what is thw flight pay? Are you paid by the hour also when you are downroute? Thankyou ??
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#3  Re: Time Downroute and Flight pay  Posted 05/05/2019 at 22:59
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Hi Coffeeam

Time down route depends on your roster. All trips are layovers. The shorter flights that depart daily (or more) usually carry a 24 hour layover.
E.g. LHR - JFK on Monday, stay in New York Monday night, JFK - LHR Tuesday, land back to London on Wednesday morning, typically.
However some flights have a 48 hour layover, e.g. San Fran, LA, Hong Kong. And then some flights which are less frequent, e.g. Caribbean, can come with a 4 - 6 night layover.

When we are down route we are paid allowances in $ for our sustenance, and we get Trip Pay per sector.

Hope this helps. Good luck with any application / assessment day!
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