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freightdog 02-24-2009 02:45 PM


Originally Posted by Scooter2525 (Post 566259)
DUDE!!! I hadn't flown a 99 sim before... aight?! ;)

It's not whether it's a chieftain or 99 sim, it's instrument procedures where they blow it...scott.

Blkflyer 02-24-2009 04:58 PM


Originally Posted by freightdog (Post 566340)
It's not whether it's a chieftain or 99 sim, it's instrument procedures where they blow it...scott.

6 month training contract for BE99s, one year for PA31s, Metros, BE1900s

How come there is a year contract for the PA31s and only 6 months for the BE99.. seeing that the Chieftain is a recip and the BE99 is a turboprop

HyPoXiKDeViL08 02-25-2009 06:49 AM


Originally Posted by AVIATORCFI (Post 566220)
When did you apply?
Thanks!

well i applied like last month but called the recruiter the other week to set it up. if all goes well, i'll be in the March 9th class... fingers crossed!

tbmpilot 02-25-2009 07:26 AM


Originally Posted by Blkflyer (Post 566446)
6 month training contract for BE99s, one year for PA31s, Metros, BE1900s

How come there is a year contract for the PA31s and only 6 months for the BE99.. seeing that the Chieftain is a recip and the BE99 is a turboprop

Everyone signs a one-year agreement in Indoc that says if you leave they will make an entry in your PRIA - "Not eligible for rehire".

The 6 and 12 month training agreements for the turboprops start the day you pass the checkride for the particular aircraft, and are separate from the agreement above.

Ozpilot414 02-25-2009 03:11 PM

Has anyone done an interview in Portland OR as of late and if so could you please PM me with any details. Already have the basics just vurious if the interview differs from base to base.

Thanks:)

NightIP 02-25-2009 03:53 PM

I'm sorry if this has already been answered but if/when AMF starts hiring into the BE99, what are typically the mins? I'm not looking to leave my current job right away (under contract), but I'm tossing around the AMF idea if I can go direct-entry into a -99. Need some turbine PIC.

skatergeek 02-25-2009 04:20 PM


Originally Posted by Ozpilot414 (Post 567099)
Has anyone done an interview in Portland OR as of late and if so could you please PM me with any details. Already have the basics just vurious if the interview differs from base to base.

Thanks:)

Same question if anybody has interviewed in PHX.

Scooter2525 02-25-2009 10:48 PM


Originally Posted by freightdog (Post 566340)
It's not whether it's a chieftain or 99 sim, it's instrument procedures where they blow it...scott.

aww way to bust my chops brett. when you rollin back down to the AZ?

freightdog 02-26-2009 08:30 AM


Originally Posted by Scooter2525 (Post 567343)
aww way to bust my chops brett. when you rollin back down to the AZ?

I'm a line holder out of ONT now. Only took 2.5 years!!!! :-D

captfred 02-26-2009 09:58 AM

AmFlight Director of Training
 
Does anyone there have the name and e mail address of the Director of Training? Not hiring related.


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