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Old 08-10-2017, 12:54 PM   #3871  
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Why the requirement for an FO to have both 500 TT and 500 PIC? From what I know Part 135 doesn't have a PIC time requirement on props.
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Why the requirement for an FO to have both 500 TT and 500 PIC? From what I know Part 135 doesn't have a PIC time requirement on props.
You're right. I don't know. Was that in a post somewhere about available positions?

My guess it was a typo because to the best of my knowledge we have no PIC requirement for FO positions.
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You're right. I don't know. Was that in a post somewhere about available positions?

My guess it was a typo because to the best of my knowledge we have no PIC requirement for FO positions.
It's on the main site where the hours mins are. It would make sense to me if there were PIC mins your needed when becoming a Captain, but I checked part 135 and the crewmember mins didn't specify PIC time, only TT to act as PIC.
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Old 08-14-2017, 12:53 PM   #3874  
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It's on the main site where the hours mins are. It would make sense to me if there were PIC mins your needed when becoming a Captain, but I checked part 135 and the crewmember mins didn't specify PIC time, only TT to act as PIC.
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Unfortunately, the PIC time is not a typo.
Our min for PIC time for First Officers in the EMB120 is 500.
It's not an FAA requirement, but a company requirement.
At times, it can be negotiable if your other times are pretty high, but for the most part, 500 is needed.
That usually means, you'll come in with 525+TT if you have the 500 PIC (since not all your time through training is PIC).

Feel free to ask more questions!
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Hi!

Unfortunately, the PIC time is not a typo.
Our min for PIC time for First Officers in the EMB120 is 500.
It's not an FAA requirement, but a company requirement.
At times, it can be negotiable if your other times are pretty high, but for the most part, 500 is needed.
That usually means, you'll come in with 525+TT if you have the 500 PIC (since not all your time through training is PIC).

Feel free to ask more questions!
Ok. So it is for the E120 but not the ACP? Or is it for both?
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Old 08-14-2017, 04:29 PM   #3876  
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Hi!

Unfortunately, the PIC time is not a typo.
Our min for PIC time for First Officers in the EMB120 is 500.
It's not an FAA requirement, but a company requirement.
At times, it can be negotiable if your other times are pretty high, but for the most part, 500 is needed.
That usually means, you'll come in with 525+TT if you have the 500 PIC (since not all your time through training is PIC).

Feel free to ask more questions!
Typically how many months will you have fly right seat to get the 700 or so additional hours to meet the 1200 hour part 135 mins needed to move to the left seat? Thanks
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Typically how many months will you have fly right seat to get the 700 or so additional hours to meet the 1200 hour part 135 mins needed to move to the left seat? Thanks
At 40 to 50 hours a month, a little over a year.
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Old 08-15-2017, 02:48 AM   #3878  
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Are you guys hiring FOs? There were no positions listed on the website.
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Old 08-15-2017, 05:15 AM   #3879  
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Ok. So it is for the E120 but not the ACP? Or is it for both?
It's both.
The ACP mins are more on everything except where they are the same - ME, PIC, and Instrument.
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Old 08-15-2017, 05:19 AM   #3880  
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Typically how many months will you have fly right seat to get the 700 or so additional hours to meet the 1200 hour part 135 mins needed to move to the left seat? Thanks
Yep, own nav is correct.
For the regular EMB120 First Officers, the time is right around a year.
For the ACP First Officers, the time is around three months.
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