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Old 09-19-2017, 06:00 PM   #61  
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Thanks, where did you find that at? I only see the captain posting on the website
It's on ClimbTo350, but if you've got your Commercial multi and instrument, throw in your app because there's a lot of guys that get hired fresh commercial.
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Old 09-20-2017, 11:01 AM   #62  
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It's on ClimbTo350, but if you've got your Commercial multi and instrument, throw in your app because there's a lot of guys that get hired fresh commercial.
Yeah my friend got hired and had wet Commercial AMEL/ASEL from part 141, so it wasn't even 250 hours. Unless he had done a significant amount of flying/renting planes outside of school, he probably didn't have more than 210-220tt
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Old 09-20-2017, 04:15 PM   #63  
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Cool. I am just asking for future reference. I am working PPL right now, instrument in the spring, and however long after that for commercial so I am a year or 18 months out.

I am just trying to come up with plans for when I get to 200+ hours to see if I am going to do CFI or find some other way to get to my ATP-R 1000 hour requirement
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Old 11-30-2017, 09:02 PM   #64  
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Threads a bit dusty, any news on classes for spring. Looking to have my com by end of January.
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Old 12-01-2017, 08:23 AM   #65  
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Threads a bit dusty, any news on classes for spring. Looking to have my com by end of January.
There's a class in January. 700TT "real" mins to apply.
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January nice!. Lemme apply


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Old 12-01-2017, 09:05 AM   #67  
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Train in January and fly 10-15hrs/month for the first 4 months while sitting at South Rim doing nothing and get paid $1950/month for doing it.
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Thanks for the I forwarded Dera, are you with them currently?
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Old 12-28-2017, 05:45 AM   #69  
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Can any other current or recent pilots give any additional info on pay, hours/mo, and schedule. I'm sitting at 1200 hrs ASEL/AMEL, CFI/CFII, Instrument and would like to build the next 300 hrs as multi turbine in the Otter. Trying to determine if this would be a good jump to make?
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Can any other current or recent pilots give any additional info on pay, hours/mo, and schedule. I'm sitting at 1200 hrs ASEL/AMEL, CFI/CFII, Instrument and would like to build the next 300 hrs as multi turbine in the Otter. Trying to determine if this would be a good jump to make?
I know a few of them and we have a few pilots here who used to fly for GCA. Pay is around $1900/month for Otter SIC, more in the summer when you can break guarantee. You'll be sitting idle in the South Rim for the winter, maybe flying 20-30 hours a month. Summer is much busier.
Otter has a 12 month training contract so probably not a great choice for you if airlines and 1500 hours is what you're looking for. You can build that 300 hours much faster elsewhere and not be tied with the contract.
"multi turbine time" isn't that valuable when it's turboprop SIC 99% VFR.
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