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Old 03-26-2020, 11:30 AM   #1  
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Is Ameriflight hiring or conducting classes? I have the mins for everything except Brasilia captain.

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Old 03-26-2020, 06:57 PM   #2  
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What about the reopening of a MIA base?
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Old 04-01-2020, 04:24 PM   #3  
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They are, I just received a CJO for the May 11th class. Seems like they are quite firm on the total time requirements they list for their job openings, but the 1000 PIC requirement seems negotiable on their end - which isn't the case at a lot of the cargo outfits, as the auto-generated TBNT letters have let me know. One of the Metroliner positions would have worked quite nicely for the current home situation, but I was told by their HR that I only met the mins for was the 1900. FWIW, I have a little less than 1900 TT but 250 or so 121 PIC (came in a long time ago under the old rules and then had a long hiatus out of aviation).

I'm guessing it's an insurance thing...
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What about the reopening of a MIA base?
Metro opening in Miami and looking to expand there...
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Ill be happy to point ya to their thread in the Part 135 section. They are hiring.

https://www.airlinepilotforums.com/p...ml#post3053136
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Old 05-28-2020, 09:18 PM   #6  
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Interested in an FO position. 900+ TT, 250 FW PIC ATP with type rating for multi engine. I think the website says 350 PIC is this negotiable? I am a military pilot as well (helicopter)

Could anyone give me an idea of how the schedule is? 8/6? 7/7? 5/2?

Do I need to relocate for this job? Will I need a crash pad?
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Interested in an FO position. 900+ TT, 250 FW PIC ATP with type rating for multi engine. I think the website says 350 PIC is this negotiable? I am a military pilot as well (helicopter)

Could anyone give me an idea of how the schedule is? 8/6? 7/7? 5/2?

Do I need to relocate for this job? Will I need a crash pad?
Take a look in the part 135 forum, big thread there.

Its not really a commutable job so youd most likely need to move to base (or outstation).
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Interested in an FO position. 900+ TT, 250 FW PIC ATP with type rating for multi engine. I think the website says 350 PIC is this negotiable? I am a military pilot as well (helicopter)

Could anyone give me an idea of how the schedule is? 8/6? 7/7? 5/2?

Do I need to relocate for this job? Will I need a crash pad?
See my post above yours
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Take a look in the part 135 forum, big thread there.

Its not really a commutable job so youd most likely need to move to base (or outstation).

I took note of the thread and checked it out. It was started back in 2007 and has over 500 pages of comments. Thought it be easier just to ask. Thanks for answering me. Kinda hard to move the family for a 31k a year job.
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I took note of the thread and checked it out. It was started back in 2007 and has over 500 pages of comments. Thought it be easier just to ask. Thanks for answering me. Kinda hard to move the family for a 31k a year job.
Understood, I thought that thread would be more helpful there are recruiters and a chief pilot who posts there.
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