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Old 02-19-2018, 10:56 PM   #1  
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I have a friend who is low time and I'm trying to help him find a job. I saw IFL Group's Falcon 20 SIC requirements are 300TT/MEL. What in the world is that about?!?! Pay isn't that good and the company does not offer a a hour guarantee. Any info on this company would be great.
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I have a friend who is low time and I'm trying to help him find a job. I saw IFL Group's Falcon 20 SIC requirements are 300TT/MEL. What in the world is that about?!?! Pay isn't that good and the company does not offer a a hour guarantee. Any info on this company would be great.
I was on the falcon there for a little over 4 years. PM me.
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Old 02-20-2018, 07:38 PM   #3  
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It's great pay for someone with 300 hours. What are the other options? Pipeline, banner, or instruction? Neither one will get you ready for a successful career better than right seat in a 135 jet freighter. I was at IFL for almost four years on the Boeing. Feel free to PM any generic IFL questions.
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For a guy with 300 hours, he finds himself vulnerable to advances from Mr Scab.
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In regard to the CaptHole Scab, anyone working under him, should understand how important it is to get out from under this guys authority as soon as possible.
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In regard to the CaptHole Scab, anyone working under him, should understand how important it is to get out from under this guys authority as soon as possible.
You couldn't be more wrong.
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Old 05-02-2018, 01:18 PM   #7  
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Good company! Go Fly the Convair! You wonít regret it...
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Old 05-02-2018, 10:42 PM   #8  
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One sign of an abusive boss, is he likes to sorround himself with A-kissers. A certified tormentor of subordinate employees.
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I was there during the DC3, piston Convair era, and when the 580ís first appeared, our alumni had no problems joining the ranks of Delta, AA, FedEx , SWA et al, the work itself was a crucible that refined you,plus IFL was always a class act. I do confess the scab thing bothers me, Iím really out of touch with what is going on there these days. Proud of the company though, our old competition has gone by the wayside, while IFL continues to thrive.
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GarbageMan, did you ever actually work at IFL or do you just hold some long standing grudge?
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