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Old 04-29-2018, 03:33 AM   #1  
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Hi. For anyone interested in MAC, I just completed training on the Caravan and have been released to fly the line. If anyone has questions regarding the hiring process, training, ect., feel free to send me a PM. I'll look forward to chatting with you. Jeff
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Just wondering what the schedule is like. Can they move you to another domicile if they need to or are you likely to stay put once you are assigned a base?

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Hi. For anyone interested in MAC, I just completed training on the Caravan and have been released to fly the line. If anyone has questions regarding the hiring process, training, ect., feel free to send me a PM. I'll look forward to chatting with you. Jeff
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Just wondering what the schedule is like. Can they move you to another domicile if they need to or are you likely to stay put once you are assigned a base?

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Hi. You are either a "based" pilot or a "floater". I'm a floater so I'll be doing some traveling. PM me if you need more info. Jeff
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can I get a job there and howhardis it to get on?
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Just curious as to what your time frame was from apply to interview (and type of interview) to indoc and IOE to the line compared to a regional or something along those lines. Just looking at some options.
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Hi. For anyone interested in MAC, I just completed training on the Caravan and have been released to fly the line. If anyone has questions regarding the hiring process, training, ect., feel free to send me a PM. I'll look forward to chatting with you. Jeff
How about a PIREP of the training, etc? I'd like to hear it.
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Hi. For anyone interested in MAC, I just completed training on the Caravan and have been released to fly the line. If anyone has questions regarding the hiring process, training, ect., feel free to send me a PM. I'll look forward to chatting with you. Jeff
Hey I’m interested in MAC, just curious about the percentage of people passing training.
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Hey I’m interested in MAC, just curious about the percentage of people passing training.
In a Cessna 208? A Turbine Suburban?

I suppose that would depend. Do you have ten hours of Cessna 152 or 172 time? If so, I think it’s only about three hours of transition training and passing is a slam-dunk. Otherwise you’ll need to do the full course.

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