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Old 05-27-2019, 07:03 PM   #11  
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Shadow, thanks! I'm guessing they are a little flexible on their 5000tt requirement? I'm currently flying for a medevac company, and looking at possibly trying to get on with Lynden in another 6 months or so. I have about 3000tt, with 1100 twin turbine PIC, all Alaska time.
Yes, I think they would be. I’d recommend starting the process. Then you will know for sure and they will give u good feedback on what more they might like to see from you. And if you’re not ready for the fall class, they may offer a future one.
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When out on a two week rotation do you normally do out and backs from the same base or is just jumping all over the place?
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Old 06-22-2019, 07:57 AM   #13  
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When out on a two week rotation do you normally do out and backs from the same base or is just jumping all over the place?
Could be a bit of both, just depends on tastings. But you would generally stay in the same area. In Alaska you may just fly out and back from Anchorage. Or they could send u for several days to fly from the north slope.

Generally you stay with an aircraft and fly whatever is needed. That might include flying from Alaska to the lower 48 and back. Or other locations around the world you may fly some trips to multiple countries but return to where the aircraft is ‘based’.
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