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Old 10-12-2017, 09:26 AM   #1
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Default Age 62..just wondering?

I'm approaching the age of 62 and looking to retire from my lifelong health care position. I will have plenty of time on my hands and looking for some part time work. I have 4500TT, 500 turbine and 2000 mel. I have my ATP along with CFI, CFII and MEI. I understand that most companies are looking for full time pilots because the training is very expensive. I can always flight instruct but would enjoy working as a pilot or SIC better. Just wondering if there are positions like this in the aviation field. Going to retire in the Atlanta area
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Since the regionals and majors are sucking up entry level and experienced pilots, I would expect you could find a 91/135 job with no trouble. Many of those are inherently part time.
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Imagine Air is in the Atlanta area.. they would be a good if you wanted to fly a Cirrus Sr22 4 on 3 off or Flex option.
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Default Don’t sell yourself short at 62

Regionals (almost all of them) will certainly take you at your age, probably even get a year or so of PIC before you hit 65!
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Default age 54: The fastest path to a major

I go a job offer with a regional but need to work to Jan 12 get one more year retirement and a manger at an electric utility, and have a start class date of Jan 15.

I have 4500TT 800ME 2500CFIGiven, CFI/MEI-ATP-A&P-IA.
Which regional would give the fastest path to a major?

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