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Old 01-08-2020, 08:21 AM   #1  
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Default ERJ 135 training manual

I may be getting a 135 job flying a ERJ 135 and was wondering if there are any training manuals available online preferably low or no cost.
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Horse before the cart. Wait until you get hired and even then you will learn everything you need at the school house when you go for type school. Trying to get ahead can have an opposite effect.
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Horse before the cart. Wait until you get hired and even then you will learn everything you need at the school house when you go for type school. Trying to get ahead can have an opposite effect.

That has not been my experience.
I have always tried to get to know the next airplane I was going to before school actually started. Actually my last airline, the best of the big three, is the way they did it . You had the manuals and pretty much needed to know your stuff before school started.
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That has not been my experience.
I have always tried to get to know the next airplane I was going to before school actually started. Actually my last airline, the best of the big three, is the way they did it . You had the manuals and pretty much needed to know your stuff before school started.
If hey want you to arrive with knowledge of the aircraft and operation, they’ll get the manuals to you for study. Otherwise relax and let them teach you.
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That has not been my experience.
I have always tried to get to know the next airplane I was going to before school actually started. Actually my last airline, the best of the big three, is the way they did it . You had the manuals and pretty much needed to know your stuff before school started.
Which is the best of the big three? Just so we know.
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Which is the best of the big three? Just so we know.
This please.
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Do your own DD.
I am not at liberty to say but it wasn't United or American.
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Smartcockpit.com. They have 145 training material.

Not sure about the 135 (never flew it myself only the 145), but I imagine it's prob not all that different.

And I completely agree with you. After multiple type ratings it pays to go in with a little familiarity. Good luck.
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Smartcockpit.com. They have 145 training material.

Not sure about the 135 (never flew it myself only the 145), but I imagine it's prob not all that different.

And I completely agree with you. After multiple type ratings it pays to go in with a little familiarity. Good luck.
The major difference between the 145 and 135 is the length/weight. Same type.
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Do your own DD.
I am not at liberty to say but it wasn't United or American.
Sounds about right
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