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Old 04-01-2020, 01:56 PM   #31  
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Is Delta Private Jets hiring still?
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Video chat interviews are still happening. Most likely hiring into a pool to draw from when some demand returns to the industry.
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Old 04-01-2020, 07:16 PM   #33  
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Am I wrong in thinking that I cannot log the SIC time in the CJ3?
Yes, you can log it. DPJ requires an SIC even in single pilot aircraft per Ops Spec. My understanding is that CJ pilots get a PIC w/SIC required restriction during initial type training. You have the option to get that removed at the next refresher.
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Yes, you can log it. DPJ requires an SIC even in single pilot aircraft per Ops Spec. My understanding is that CJ pilots get a PIC w/SIC required restriction during initial type training. You have the option to get that removed at the next refresher.
Almost correct. The 135 regulations require an SIC for passenger carrying ops. In order to operate single-pilot you have to apply for and receive the OPSPEC A015 ďAutopilot in lieu of SICĒ. Even if the captain was single-pilot typed, the operation requires an SIC without the specific OPSPEC.
In addition, 10 or more pax seats (which I know doesnít apply here) OPSPEC A015 ever applies,
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Almost correct. The 135 regulations require an SIC for passenger carrying ops. In order to operate single-pilot you have to apply for and receive the OPSPEC A015 ďAutopilot in lieu of SICĒ. Even if the captain was single-pilot typed, the operation requires an SIC without the specific OPSPEC.
In addition, 10 or more pax seats (which I know doesnít apply here) OPSPEC A015 ever applies,
Thatís the more correct reason regulation-wise. However, DPJ does no single pilot operations at all and if your type is tagged with SIC required, then you require one regardless of 91/135. You canít even operate a SP certified jet on DPJís certificate for the owner on a 91 leg without a typed and current SIC. NetJets is the same way with their Phenoms. Unless you were SP before getting hired or get the restriction removed later on, their PICs have the SIC required restriction. In those cases, A015 doesnít apply and the SIC can legally log the time.
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Thatís the more correct reason regulation-wise. However, DPJ does no single pilot operations at all and if your type is tagged with SIC required, then you require one regardless of 91/135. You canít even operate a SP certified jet on DPJís certificate for the owner on a 91 leg without a typed and current SIC. NetJets is the same way with their Phenoms. Unless you were SP before getting hired or get the restriction removed later on, their PICs have the SIC required restriction. In those cases, A015 doesnít apply and the SIC can legally log the time.
Also true.
I was more correcting the statement of what causes an operation to require an SIC. in other words, the 135 REGS require a SIC. All aircraft, all companies. OPSPEC A015 is the exception for aircraft with 9 passenger seats or less and a working autopilot in lieu of an SIC.
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Am I wrong in thinking that I cannot log the SIC time in the CJ3?

Its not even about the ops specs. The CJ is only a single pilot airplane if the PIC is single pilot typed.
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Its not even about the ops specs. The CJ is only a single pilot airplane if the PIC is single pilot typed.
while I have no idea about your op spec personally. Most carrier do state the amount of pilots required to conduct 135 operations. If the company has stated that to the FAA and insurance rating companies ( which most require it) Its SIC time by default. Most companies also operate part 91 flying under 135 policy. The company essentially admitting it falls under 135 policy. How ever if your a manged aircraft that strictly flys sololy 91 but the aircraft owner wants you there for safety maybe it doesnít count. But no airline can or would require you to show them releases stating the operational release for another companies flights. At this point it would fall under the ďHonor SystemĒ

For example WUP which soon you will fall under. It states while the KA350 is certified as a single pilot aircraft. Two pilots are required for operations. I think like 4 pilots at WUP actually have the single pilot endorsement on their license. So by default all pilots flying can legally record anytime.
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Question about home basing...when starting and ending a rotation, are you positioned to/from your home airport on a "work" day or an "off" day? I.e. position to work on Rotation day 1 vs. Off day 6. Thanks!
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Question about home basing...when starting and ending a rotation, are you positioned to/from your home airport on a "work" day or an "off" day? I.e. position to work on Rotation day 1 vs. Off day 6. Thanks!
The way I understood it from the explanation during my phone screen is that you are positioned to and from your home airport on the first and last day you are ON. You will not be positioning on your day off.
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