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Old 01-04-2019, 03:45 AM   #1  
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Hello all,
I just need some advice who to work for.
I have a phone interview with Southern Airways Express and Keystone next week.
Air Choice one currently processing my resume.

Iím hearing bad news about Air Choice One online from former pilots, that they can fire and charge 10,000 or sue you, bad maintenance,24 months contract.

Iím not sure about Southern Airways. I just saw a couple negative reviews online.

Thanks,
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Old 01-07-2019, 07:16 PM   #2  
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Hello all,
I just need some advice who to work for.
I have a phone interview with Southern Airways Express and Keystone next week.
Air Choice one currently processing my resume.

Iím hearing bad news about Air Choice One online from former pilots, that they can fire and charge 10,000 or sue you, bad maintenance,24 months contract.

Iím not sure about Southern Airways. I just saw a couple negative reviews online.

Thanks,
If you have the financial means to afford breaking the contract. AC1 is an excellent choice, flying caravans into STL, OíHare, Minne, and ATL along with the smaller airports is excellent experience. Fly alot, get your time, get out. Makes for excellent interview stories and real world examples to use.
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Old 01-17-2019, 06:29 PM   #3  
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I worked at ACO. You can feel free to PM me. My experience there was mostly positive. It's an entry level 135 gig, but you're going to get good experience. As DD said, you're flying into ORD, in the weather, in icing, down to minimums, with passengers in the back. Oh and approach asking you to keep it fast for as long as possible. ;P
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