I totally get it. I’m just sayin’, some of us are at programs tied to ground services that are subject to both ground transfers, and keeping up with EOA number crunching and percentages, particularly during the winter months, or long blocks of maintenance.I'd rather be flying, atleast I'll have it done before the warm weather.
By no means am I complaining. I still get ample downtime for LINK training and the like. Not to mention our “mandatory safety naps”.
Doing ground legs in general is oftentimes enough to remind me how much harder my ground peers have it.