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Old 02-14-2019, 08:34 AM   #1  
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Saw the ad this morning and am considering applying. Any insight from a current/former Michelin Pilot would be appreciated.
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Old 02-14-2019, 06:46 PM   #2  
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Saw the ad this morning and am considering applying. Any insight from a current/former Michelin Pilot would be appreciated.
According to the ad they only have six total pilots. Good luck finding one of them!!
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Old 02-14-2019, 06:55 PM   #3  
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Two Falcon 2000EX planes in Greer.

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Two Falcon 2000EX planes in Greer.

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That’s a lot smaller than they were. Thought they had at least 4 Falcons, including a 900 or two at GSP.
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2 2000s at GSP like GF just stated. They added both of them and got rid of the Hawkers in the last 2 years. Currently being “supervised/directed” by one of the tire plant managers. Former Director was demoted back to line pilot and the CP recently left for United. Traditionally paid under “industry standard” for type. They stay fairly busy relative to other 91 operators. Used to have weekly trips to Canada and Mexico ... not sure if that’s changed.

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The job posting required experience in Mexico and Canada, so assuming they still do those weekly trips.
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With “experience in Canada and Mexico” a requirement, I’ll believe it’s a tire plant manager writing the job posting.

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With “experience in Canada and Mexico” a requirement, I’ll believe it’s a tire plant manager writing the job posting.

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You are probably correct- pitiful.
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