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Old 09-05-2018, 04:00 PM   #261  
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Dont buy the lie. They just want to sucker you into the FE/loading laborer position and will sucker you along with some promise of a brighter future, until one day you realize you have been taken.
I just finished CRJ initial for a guy that started in the 727 as an FE, went to the falcon as SIC, got his restricted ATP mins. I believe hes only been with us a couple years, maybe three. As soon as he gets his 1000 121 SIC, hell move to the left seat.
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I just finished CRJ initial for a guy that started in the 727 as an FE, went to the falcon as SIC, got his restricted ATP mins. I believe hes only been with us a couple years, maybe three. As soon as he gets his 1000 121 SIC, hell move to the left seat.
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The pilot mills and RJ recruiters love pushing the line about old equipment not being viable. Reality is as soon as you sit down with another pilot who flew it and is now interviewing you then you're in like flynn unless you mess it up.
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The pilot mills and RJ recruiters love pushing the line about old equipment not being viable. Reality is as soon as you sit down with another pilot who flew it and is now interviewing you then you're in like flynn unless you mess it up.
Left seat DC9 to left seat 767... granted 767 is trailing edge technology but....you pull back the houses get smaller..you push forward the houses get bigger..jmho
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Ha! Yeah, I hear he wears his uniform to kids soccer games and calls himself Whip Whitaker to get tail from the lonely soccer moms.
Thats what IFL calls putting in the hard work and not expecting to be spoon fed, go get her. The boys on a mission.
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I just finished CRJ initial for a guy that started in the 727 as an FE, went to the falcon as SIC, got his restricted ATP mins. I believe hes only been with us a couple years, maybe three. As soon as he gets his 1000 121 SIC, hell move to the left seat.
Hello,
Are you home based on the CRJ side? Also, does IFL hires street capt for the CRJ?
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Yes you are home based on the CRJ side and we do hire street captains. If you want pm me and I can give you more info.
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Said no one on any interview board in the last decade.

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I don't disagree with your sentiment, however, no one cares about the "old stuff experience."
Also disagree. My time on the 727 got me a job flying 747's around the world with 3100 hours. There is no way in hell I would have gotten this position if it wasn't for my time on the 727 and being guided by the Check Airman and other Captains.
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Yes you are home based on the CRJ side and we do hire street captains. If you want pm me and I can give you more info.
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