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The Statistics Of Helicopter Crew Fatalities

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21 hours ago, Dukenukem said:

Well it is still the third most dangerous job in the world. It is also more high skilled then the first and second most dangerous job. lets say you fly that 250 hours a year. unless you are flying a R22, your company is probably billing you out at a minimum of what? $1000 an hour? so you bring in $250,000 for that company before expenses. what is a fair amount to keep for taking all the risk? you cant really determine a fair wage if you don't even know what risk you are taking. You cant determine how skilled you are either.

Extremely well said, but you have to remember who you are dealing with, pilots that LOVE being screwed, but not kissed.

Cheers, Don

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