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johnso29 02-09-2009 04:23 PM


Originally Posted by own nav (Post 555237)

Explain to me how this belongs here?:confused:

Scooter2525 02-10-2009 09:37 AM


Originally Posted by johnso29 (Post 555418)
Explain to me how this belongs here?:confused:


That is the company Amflight associates with for the first officer program.

Rnav 02-10-2009 10:59 AM

Wow, almost 19G's to be placed in a pool that you MAY get hired from for AE??? hahaha...

own nav 02-10-2009 01:52 PM


Originally Posted by johnso29 (Post 555418)
Explain to me how this belongs here?:confused:

EJI = Eagle Jet International, a question was asked an answer was given.

What, were you assuming that I was just putting some random PFT program on here?

clint605 02-11-2009 06:15 AM


Originally Posted by SkyStormer6 (Post 555161)
That's interesting. So would you apply for that program through Ameriflight or EJI? Who should I contact for more info on the program?

Depending on your total time and multi time you might try getting on as a FO on a Brasila. Instead of paying out money you would make money.

papacharlie 02-11-2009 07:10 AM

what about 820 tt with 35 multi can that put me as a FO on the brasilia?
thanks

own nav 02-11-2009 12:37 PM


Originally Posted by papacharlie (Post 556650)
what about 820 tt with 35 multi can that put me as a FO on the brasilia?
thanks

There aren't any brasilia FO positions posted on the company website right now (at least not for external hiring), but you never know when one might come up, particularly if it's in a location that's hard to fill internally. Ameriflight

I'm not sure about those times, but I'd doubt it given current conditions (my own personal opinion, get that multi time up).

Abbey2 02-11-2009 01:59 PM

I have 1700TT with 670 Multi and 260 Turbo-prop,(all PIC) Part.135 freight experience. Sent out countless resume's and nothing but the standard computer response's. Although Airnet did call me last year and Pinnacle before that. But nothing in the last 6 months. Maybe my resume doesn't pop out,not sure.

scjfly 02-12-2009 09:27 AM


Originally Posted by Rnav (Post 555071)
Yes, people pay to rent a plane to build twin time. Most people build their twin time that way, including myself before getting hired on a 121 carrier. What we didn't do is pay to fly right seat on a revenue flight, which is what AMF program does. The cargo is there because someone is paying for it to be moved around. And you think its ok for someone to also pay to fly that cargo around? If the company wants a warm body in the right seat they should pay for it. Making money off the flightdeck with additional revenue from the cargo/passenger compartment is ethically wrong and not good for the profession at all. I'm sure there are good pilots that enter this lame program. But your missing the point, its PFT plain and simple. This argument is old...

Good thing there are still noble pilots like you around... After all, you bought your multi time and then accepted a low paying regional FO job. Everyone should do it that way. :rolleyes:

Rnav 02-12-2009 10:12 AM

I didn't say it was noble to build my twin time by splitting it with someone. But its still better than paying 19G's to a company for an interview. But in hindsight getting my MEI would've been easier and cheaper. Things we do when we don't know better. oh well live and learn.


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