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Old 02-29-2012, 04:23 PM   #1  
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I attempted to search past threads for info however I came up empty handed......Anyone have current info on their flight department? I know they have a beechjet but beyond that, I know nothing.
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Old 02-29-2012, 05:34 PM   #2  
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The FAA registry shows an Eclipse 500 and a Pilatus PC-12. U-Haul currently has a job ad on their website for a Pilatus PC-12 pilot in Phoenix.
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Old 02-29-2012, 07:14 PM   #3  
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Huh.....It appears they also have a job posted on climbto350 for a beechjet as well. I did not think to search the FAA registry. Anyone on here know anymore about their operation? Schedule, pay, and the likes?......
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Last I heard the pilots had to share a room on the road. I'd say it sounds like a rough gig. That was a couple of years ago.
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Share a room eh? That could be interesting if your captain or fo has some odd habits.....Beech did you ever hear what the schedules and flying was like? Hopefully if they still partake in the room sharing practice, it is only a few nights a month.
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Sorry, I'm not sure what the schedule was like. A guy that I flew the beech jet with knew a pilot at u haul. I would think it's all part 91 flying. Not sure about pay and other benefits, I never thought of asking after I heard about the hotel thing.
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Last I heard the pilots had to share a room on the road. I'd say it sounds like a rough gig. That was a couple of years ago.
Wonder if that still applies if you are opposite sexes.
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They probably only hire guys to save money. I'm not sure my wife would really like me sharing a room with another woman!
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Must be a rough gig. Seems they have an ad for pilots every couple of months.
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March 7, 2012
U-HAUL AVIATION (Pilatus PC-12 Captain - Phoenix, Arizona)

Tel: NO CALLS

Email: Click here to Apply
Website: http://www.uhaul.net




By coincidence this ad showed up on the big Orange website. Good luck guys.
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