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grasshoppr 01-27-2013 10:35 AM

what's the latest? Still holding monthly classes?

frmrbuffdrvr 01-28-2013 03:48 AM


Originally Posted by grasshoppr (Post 1340095)
what's the latest? Still holding monthly classes?

Should be. As long as guys are moving on, we'll need to keep back filling.

cosmosdrvr 01-28-2013 08:42 PM

Are new hires still going to PDX or OAK?

BeardedFlyer 02-01-2013 09:05 PM


Originally Posted by AeroCrewSolut (Post 1330077)

Part 135.243(c) minimums. 1200 TT, 500 cross country, 100 night, 75 instrument (50 hours in flight)

So no more 50 hour multi requirement? Key Lime has no set multi minimum and their pilots don't crash that much.

BeardedFlyer 02-01-2013 09:09 PM


Originally Posted by cosmosdrvr (Post 1341357)
Are new hires still going to PDX or OAK?

According to their adds on climbto350.com they still are.

freightdog 02-01-2013 09:27 PM


Originally Posted by BeardedFlyer (Post 1344446)
So no more 50 hour multi requirement? Key Lime has no set multi minimum and their pilots don't crash that much.

^^^Not funny.

Well AMF isn't KeyLime. AMF likes to see at least 50 hours multi for the PA31, they have taken people with less multi time, but they were sharp pilots. I trained a few of those with less than 50 hours multi.

BeardedFlyer 02-01-2013 09:50 PM

How does AMF determine who the "sharp" pilots worthy of being hired below the 50 are? So they must give interviews to guys with less than the 50 then see how they measure up in the sim??

freightdog 02-01-2013 10:26 PM


How does AMF determine who the "sharp" pilots worthy of being hired below the 50 are? So they must give interviews to guys with less than the 50 then see how they measure up in the sim??
Correct, if they come highly recommended from a current line captain, that usually helps, and then display in the interview that they are competent and safe; along with good checklist usage and situational awareness during the sim interview portion.

Slats 02-02-2013 07:17 AM


Originally Posted by BeardedFlyer (Post 1344446)
So no more 50 hour multi requirement? Key Lime has no set multi minimum and their pilots don't crash that much.

You should really think before you take a jab at a pilot group for crashing....

MarcS08 02-08-2013 01:13 PM

Got an interview
 
Just got done with a phone interview with Sherri Hudson, and got offered a face to face interview. She said I can go to any base at anytime to interview. I'm within driving distance of Cincinnati, but was wondering if it would be worth my time and money to travel else where to interview.. Are all the interviews similar? Would I have a better chance if I went to Burbank or Portland to interview? Has anyone interviewed recently at Cincinnati? Thanks for your time!


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