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Old 11-20-2018, 05:50 PM   #11  
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Does anyone know what the Type Rating (training contract) is for NetJets by chance and if it's pro-rated as well?
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Does anyone know what the Type Rating (training contract) is for NetJets by chance and if it's pro-rated as well?
No training contract at Netjets.
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Old 11-21-2018, 05:26 AM   #13  
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I 100% want to be with a non-regional 121. Just looking at some non regional alternatives until I get a call from a major (I have 1500+ TPIC and over 3000 total with almost all of it being turbine multi-engine).
Unless you're prior military, 3000 is no where near competitive for a Major. The TPIC would probably get you looked at by an LCC, but not a Major. Plus, they like to hire people from a 121 background so it is incredibly difficult to get hired without going to a Regional first.
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It is good to be positive though! Happy Thanksgiving!
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Old 11-26-2018, 12:35 PM   #15  
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Unless you're prior military, 3000 is no where near competitive for a Major. The TPIC would probably get you looked at by an LCC, but not a Major. Plus, they like to hire people from a 121 background so it is incredibly difficult to get hired without going to a Regional first.
I am. All my time is heavy USAF time. Instructor and Evaluator in 3 airframes. We decided to move away from the military and towards the 121/135 world for the quality of life. For our family, being gone for short stints is much easier than months at a time. Knowing the schedule a month before is also a huge win for us.
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No training contract at Netjets.
Thank you. Good info.
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