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frmrbuffdrvr 11-12-2012 12:35 PM


Originally Posted by BadaBing83 (Post 1289663)
Does anyone know about the Wichita run? I know where the schedule is at an have looked at it. Chances of getting there and how soon out training would would it take to get Dallas?

It's actually staffed by the DFW metro reserve pilots. So the way to get on it is get into a metro in DFW. Seniority is mixed. Right now there are 4 metro pilots in Dallas. Two are VERY senior and two under about 2 years.

Palmtree Pilot 11-12-2012 07:48 PM

Which aircraft fly out of PHX as a base? Any possibility of getting to PHX out of training? Don't really care what a/c.

freightdog 11-13-2012 10:24 AM

99s, 1900s, Metros, and a Brasilia.

You'd have to ask Sheri in the phone interview or in person interview if they need pilots out there, but you'd probably need a lot of multi time or turbine. Most PHX positions are filled internally. Most people are going into the PA31 for BUR, HWD, or PDX.
After they do their time in the Chieftain at one of those bases then people fill out domicile requests with FLT Dept.

HolyATP 11-13-2012 12:36 PM

Is the payscale on the Ameriflight profile pretty accurate? I noticed it hasn't been updated for a year.

Palmtree Pilot 11-13-2012 01:15 PM


Originally Posted by freightdog (Post 1292111)
99s, 1900s, Metros, and a Brasilia.

You'd have to ask Sheri in the phone interview or in person interview if they need pilots out there, but you'd probably need a lot of multi time or turbine. Most PHX positions are filled internally. Most people are going into the PA31 for BUR, HWD, or PDX.
After they do their time in the Chieftain at one of those bases then people fill out domicile requests with FLT Dept.

Thanks FD!

I have 7000+ total, 1000 Turbo Prop PIC(MTOW 25,000), 1100 Jet PIC, 5 type ratings, etc. etc... I think I'd meet the requirements, but just curious I could go straight into PHX. Oh I also have 304 PIC in the PA31-350 under Part 135.

Is it okay to actually call her directly? I don't want to shoot myself before I walk through the door.:D

Again, thanks for the help!:)

freightdog 11-13-2012 07:11 PM


Originally Posted by HolyATP (Post 1292194)
Is the payscale on the Ameriflight profile pretty accurate? I noticed it hasn't been updated for a year.

We haven't had a payscale change in almost 4 years. Yes, it's accurate.

freightdog 11-13-2012 07:11 PM


Originally Posted by Palmtree Pilot (Post 1292213)
Thanks FD!

I have 7000+ total, 1000 Turbo Prop PIC(MTOW 25,000), 1100 Jet PIC, 5 type ratings, etc. etc... I think I'd meet the requirements, but just curious I could go straight into PHX. Oh I also have 304 PIC in the PA31-350 under Part 135.

Is it okay to actually call her directly? I don't want to shoot myself before I walk through the door.:D

Again, thanks for the help!:)


PM me for details, questions.

-FD

Turbine 11-14-2012 08:15 AM

[QUOTE=Palmtree Pilot;1292213]
I have 7000+ total, 1000 Turbo Prop PIC(MTOW 25,000), 1100 Jet PIC, 5 type ratings, etc. etc... Oh I also have 304 PIC in the PA31-350 under Part 135.
[QUOTE]

Sorry, I don't think you are qualified. You don't have enough flight time. lol

ATOP40 11-17-2012 08:38 AM

I am working real hard to get my time in to qualify for maybe getting an interview at AMF. Sometimes I get curious about somethings while I am waiting for that time to come. I always appreciate the time you guys give answering some of these questions.

Todays questions are how many have been hired at AMF in the past year? And for those that have left, can you give the name of the company they left for if any?

Thanks again.

Whooosah 11-17-2012 12:17 PM

has anybody ever left before the year commitment and had to pay to pro rated cost?


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