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Old 04-16-2010, 02:46 AM   #1  
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Are there any Lynden Air Cargo guys here? I have an application in for a Loadmaster position. So far I have heard great things about the company, but I wanted to get a first hand opinion.
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Are there any Lynden Air Cargo guys here? I have an application in for a Loadmaster position. So far I have heard great things about the company, but I wanted to get a first hand opinion.
Known the folks at that company for years and I have the highest regards for both management and flight crews. I think you will enjoy being part of the Lynden family.
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Known the folks at that company for years and I have the highest regards for both management and flight crews. I think you will enjoy being part of the Lynden family.
Thank you.
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I applied to them no less than three times for the same position with my 747 load experience. Never a response. Good luck!
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Taught one of the owners two sons and son-in-law how to fly. Great people. I still remember sitting around with the boss trying to figure out what kind of plane they should get to replace the electra's. The c-97's were too old but there was talk of 737's with the gravel kit. Then one day a couple c-130's show up. Then another day we hear, "hey, I bought another c-130!" That family loves to fly. Favorite plane was the super stinson on floats.


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How's Lynden air cargo doing these days?

What's it like to fly the Herc??? I hear they fly those things all over the world
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How's Lynden air cargo doing these days?

What's it like to fly the Herc??? I hear they fly those things all over the world
Judging by the amount of stuff I see them put on to the Hercs daily, I would assume they are doing quite well.
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Judging by the amount of stuff I see them put on to the Hercs daily, I would assume they are doing quite well.
Did you get the job?? (hope you did)
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Did you get the job?? (hope you did)
I did not. But at this point I think it is for the better. If I ended up getting the job I dont think I would be able to finish school. Once I am done with school I will try again.
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Anything new for Lynden? Seems like a great job for freight into exotic places! Probably more glamour and money elsewhere. Still all C-130s/L-382s?
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