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Formerbuspilot 07-09-2018 05:57 AM

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Originally Posted by PA18 (Post 2630734)
Can someone translate this from their hiring ad:

“Do not use IRO for PIC”?

International Relief Officer.

Sits in the left seat while the Capt/PIC is on break.

whoaitsrooner 07-27-2018 11:16 AM

I keep seeing ads for DC-6 FO. Wonder what thats like... Glorified ramper? I would imagine upgrades are a careers length away. Im sure its some fun flying though.

Packrat 07-27-2018 01:12 PM

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Originally Posted by whoaitsrooner (Post 2643559)
I keep seeing ads for DC-6 FO. Wonder what thats like... Glorified ramper? I would imagine upgrades are a careers length away. Im sure its some fun flying though.

Not hardly. They fly an historic aircraft in arguably the most beautiful place in the world. They also fly to some challenging airstrips where jets fear to go.

Its a unique opportunity if you've got an adventurous spirit.

badflaps 07-27-2018 02:41 PM

What P.Rat said, DC-6 flying would be part of your career you would never forget.

captjns 08-04-2018 04:41 AM

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Originally Posted by badflaps (Post 2643682)
What P.Rat said, DC-6 flying would be part of your career you would never forget.

Think about it... you may be the only kid on your block to have a DC-6 type rating on your airman certificate.

Nothing beats the sound of four R-2800s coming to life during engine start, then the roar during the takeoff roll. Alaska, the last prestige vestige to view while passing the time at altitudes of less than 10,000’.

The owner of the airline, himself, straps the DC-6 and C-46 to his back and flies cargo too. Great guy. You’ll never work for a better gent then Rob. Can’t tell a joke... but he does buy the beers.

dasheight300 10-16-2018 11:14 AM

Commuting from the lower 48
 
Anyone with experience working for Everts and commuting to Alaska from the lower 48? Do the CASS privileges work out or do you find yourself paying your own way?

Thanks in advance for any info!

chipilot 10-17-2018 05:41 AM

I did a 3,000+ commute with Everts all the time. Never had an issue. They have an agreement with every major and regional airline I can think of.

smc2020 11-02-2018 01:58 PM

I'm interested in the EMB120 FO, went to the website, downloaded the pdf but cannot find an email to submit a resume......

captjns 11-02-2018 05:37 PM

:)
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Originally Posted by smc2020 (Post 2701847)
I'm interested in the EMB120 FO, went to the website, downloaded the pdf but cannot find an email to submit a resume......

PM me your CV. I’ll forward it to EAC for review.

dasheight300 11-03-2018 09:12 AM

Thanks for the response. I live in North Dakota so my commute would be thru Minneapolis more than likely. I haven't seen a whole lot of empty seats now-a-days so I'm concerned about pulling it off in a timely manner.


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