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Old 11-27-2010, 04:51 PM   #12  
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Originally Posted by Danzig View Post
At least the rumor in the bush is that NAC is a great company to work for. They no longer have DC-6s but four 737-200s. Not too long ago they had one running charters out of Loredo, TX - but I'm not sure if that is still happening.

NAC is CASS, QOL seems pretty good (city based, two runs a day usually), and they will not even bother looking at your resume if you are not: currently an Alaska resident, flying in Alaska, or have significant former Alaska flying experience.

Good luck to all, but NAC is a goal of a significant portion of the Alaska pilot population. Unless you currently fly for Ryan, Era (conglomerate), Grant, ACE, Bering, PenAir, and maybe Yut, I wouldn't expect too much, but here's to hoping!
Does 4000 hrs in a turbo prop flying in SE AK count. I do not live in AK though.
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