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Old 05-03-2009, 09:31 PM   #1
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I'm looking into a career as a seaplane pilot, and I'd be interested to hear from any Kenmore Air pilots out there and their experiences with the company.

I'm also looking for other sea plane operations in the U.S./Canada and seaplane training FBOs

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Old 05-03-2009, 09:33 PM   #2
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If you don't mind living in the Caribbean. You should look at
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Jack Browns seaplane base is central florida seems to be a popular seaplane training facility. I believe they even do commercial multi engine sea, with a twin engine seaplane. Should be able to google them
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Jack Browns seaplane base is central florida seems to be a popular seaplane training facility. I believe they even do commercial multi engine sea, with a twin engine seaplane. Should be able to google them
yea, that's where i am planing to go pretty soon if i don't find a cfi job... add up more ratings to my license
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Are there any places that do atp seaplane traing?
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Seaplanes and instrument flying usually do not mix.

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Are there any places that do atp seaplane traing?

My airport has two places.. one for a multi ATP and another place for a single ATP.

The guy who does the MES-ATP (twinbee) is a really great guy.

PM me if you're interested
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There's a guy north of Dallas that does the ATP-SES.
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Chester Lawson in Daytona will do your ATP in a Widgeon. I think he's up to almost $500/hour now, but don't quote me on that.

<-- that would be the plane.
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