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Old 01-21-2018, 04:17 AM   #1  
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Anyone have info on this company out of MMU flying Falcons ? Didnít see any using search functions. Thanks
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Old 01-21-2018, 12:48 PM   #2  
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The training agreement is actually a loan from the company. No dollar amount mentioned, ie: a blank check. 12% interest on the loan, 25% penalty on the unknown principle if their lawyers send you a letter for recovery of the loan.


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Anyone have info on this company out of MMU flying Falcons ? Didnít see any using search functions. Thanks
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Old 01-21-2018, 01:20 PM   #3  
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The training agreement is actually a loan from the company. No dollar amount mentioned, ie: a blank check. 12% interest on the loan, 25% penalty on the unknown principle if their lawyers send you a letter for recovery of the loan.
Sign me up !!! Are you serious a loan and they charge interest wow thats about the worst I have heard.

Did you interview with them ?

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The training contract stuff is real. Guy I know used to fly for them and it is something they do. I can't speak for the operation side, I seem to remember him saying they flew a lot.
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Wow and I thought previous poster was kidding ... I have heard of promissory notes, long training contracts etc. but never being charged interest. Makes you wonder how the rest of the operation is run. Fortunately itís a pilots market with lots of other opportunities.
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anyone know if they're hiring and/or minimums for FO?
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anyone know if they're hiring and/or minimums for FO?
I interviewed for PIC on the Falcon 50, the promissory note is indeed one year blank note and applies to reccurent as well.

The ad said home basing but you have buy your own airline or drive to MMU where they put you up in a no name hotel and per diem is NOT paid in MMU since that’s your “base”

So with that being said do you still want to apply ? What is your background ?

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I interviewed for PIC on the Falcon 50, the promissory note is indeed one year blank note and applies to reccurent as well.

The ad said home basing but you have buy your own airline or drive to MMU where they put you up in a no name hotel and per diem is NOT paid in MMU since that’s your “base”

So with that being said do you still want to apply ? What is your background ?
They are currently hiring PIC's, and SIC's.
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The training agreement is actually a loan from the company. No dollar amount mentioned, ie: a blank check. 12% interest on the loan, 25% penalty on the unknown principle if their lawyers send you a letter for recovery of the loan.
Wow... old school, this used to be the norm years ago.

Sadly, as pilots we are our own worst enemy and some will jump at this "opportunity".
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Short Hills Aviation a Part 135 Charter/ Management company located at Morristown Airport, New Jersey, is seeking Falcon 50 / 900 PIC & SIC pilots for our expanding fleet of 50 / 900s and 2000's. A perfect opportunity for the right individuals looking to be part of a team oriented growing company. If you are a true team player, self starter and have a"can do\' attitude, then this is the right environment for you. We are willing to type exceptional individuals. We offer a competitive salary, and company paid employee benefits package, and preferred pilot schedule: 10 days on / 10 days off rotation upon meeting certain hour/ type qualifications. We are an Equal -employment opportunity company.

Minimum Requirements - Pilot in Command:

Airline Transport Pilot Certificate

Preferred: Falcon DA-5- Type rating

First Class Medical

Total Time: 3,000 Hours

PIC Time: 1,500 Hours

Multi-Engine: 1,500 Hours

Turbine: 500 Hours

Instrument: 150 Hours

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RROP

Ability to Pass 10 year background check


Requirements Second in Command:

Airline Transport Pilot Certificate

Preferred: Falcon DA-5- Type rating

First Class Medical

Total Time: 1,500 Hours

Multi-Engine: 200 Hours in last 12 months

Instrument: 50 Hours

US Passport

RROP

Ability to Pass 10 year background check
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