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  1. Brian perhaps you need to come up for air. Kevin's schedule may be fine for Kevin, but it is far from "normal". Perhaps check the operator's directory for the number of single ship operators in Canada. Your down the nose look at the industry is not appreciated. How do you propose the numerous single ship people who make a living flying 300 hours a year to make it if they have to do the 2 x 2 schedule? How in ell are they going to regulate the "no days off away from home"? My lanta, I have seen numerous pilots take days off away from home,,,,in Mexico one of our guys brought his family there for his time off at the beach. Get special approval from TC to take your days off away from home. What if you leave your home to go on days off,,,oh my...Rediculous. You said it yourself, if you want to make a change then it should be done "realistically". My guess is that you are here now only to stir things up and get the various opinions in the open the similar fashion as the local newspaper getting the locals fighting to read the rag. Start reading and listening to what is written with an open mind, as this is an open forum and you will reap what you sow. What a bunch of crap! The only way to crew a single ship is to have even rotations .....Say 2 and 2
  2. To represent helicopter pilots in Canada would be virtually impossible because you couldn't get them to agree on anything for any length of time... You are Right! The helicopter industry in Canada is a Little industry with little people.....who all think They at different !
  3. It is interesting to hear terms like, we, pilots, the industry as though the people using these terms represent Helicopter Pilots. Lets be clear "No One" represents helicopter pilots in Canada! There is HAC...which is a Union of Helicopter Operators, who only care about themselves and their profits, and in no way represent helicopter pilots!!!!
  4. It will be interesting to see what our next prime minister, Justin Trudeau, will do?
  5. Go back to University and become a Charted Accountant....an buy a helicopter!
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  8. So it is true! There are only a few people on this forum and each of them has multiple user names.
  9. Yes, I did read the NTSB report. There are two things going on here. First is the NTSB accident report and the second is an indicment by the Federal Grand Jury on charges of conspiracy. I am not sure what you point is?
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