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Rexflyt 02-17-2013 08:29 AM

They are and I've seen quite a few go straight to the 99, just have to be flexible on where you live.

ATOP40 02-17-2013 10:13 AM

Is there any truth to the rumor that the HWD base may be closed in the near future?

Scooter74 02-17-2013 11:22 AM

What equipment do they fly out of CVG? Are they hiring for this base (CVG) base?

Do interviewees have any options to hear base/position openings before continuing on in the hiring process?

thx

frmrbuffdrvr 02-17-2013 02:49 PM


Originally Posted by freightdog (Post 1354162)
T,

They got one for the night run, and I believe one for DHL in SFO.

How's life out there without the Brasilias going to West Texas?

Still wondering. Two planes are staying here in DFW for now. Gonna see how well we can charter them out. The crazy part is, with people that have left and moved, I'm the only E120 guy actually assigned to the base.

Bbourne2009 02-17-2013 09:10 PM


Originally Posted by Rexflyt (Post 1354607)
They are and I've seen quite a few go straight to the 99, just have to be flexible on where you live.


When they hire direct into the 99 is that for people with previous turbine experience? After a month or so I'll be throwing my application out there with about 350 multi. I unfortunately only have like 5hrs turbine so I was wondering if I could still expect the Piper. And yes I'm open to living anywhere

polymox 02-18-2013 09:46 AM


Originally Posted by Bbourne2009 (Post 1354969)
When they hire direct into the 99 is that for people with previous turbine experience? After a month or so I'll be throwing my application out there with about 350 multi. I unfortunately only have like 5hrs turbine so I was wondering if I could still expect the Piper. And yes I'm open to living anywhere

Tell them you'll move and there's a good chance you can have the 99 if one is available.

brian434 02-18-2013 10:00 AM

Do the 99 routes tend to have a little higher monthly flight times than the PA31 runs do?

chritz1179 02-18-2013 10:21 AM

I just applied with 1560TT 68Multi ATP Written

freightdog 02-18-2013 03:26 PM


Originally Posted by brian434 (Post 1355184)
Do the 99 routes tend to have a little higher monthly flight times than the PA31 runs do?

Usually they are.

freightdog 02-18-2013 03:30 PM


Originally Posted by Bbourne2009 (Post 1354969)
When they hire direct into the 99 is that for people with previous turbine experience? After a month or so I'll be throwing my application out there with about 350 multi. I unfortunately only have like 5hrs turbine so I was wondering if I could still expect the Piper. And yes I'm open to living anywhere

It's hit or miss. The company has put people with 0 turbine time directly into the 99, but this is the situation with 90% of AMF pilots. Most pilots transition from the PA31 with no turbine. Heck, the 99 is easier to fly than the PA31. :D


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