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Old 12-07-2017, 07:12 AM   #4111
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Do you have any idea how much they pay B1900 PIC?
Hey, there!

Be1900 first year salary is $57,000.

But wait... there's more!
The Be1900 also has a bonus of $10,000 after IOE and $10,000 18 months after hire date.
The Be1900 has an annual 20% turbine retention bonus starting at 24 months.
There's also the all-aircraft bonuses, like the Peak to Peak bonus which pays out $10,000 per peak season you fly through.

Hope that helps!
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Old 12-07-2017, 01:22 PM   #4112
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Hey, there!

Be1900 first year salary is $57,000.

But wait... there's more!
The Be1900 also has a bonus of $10,000 after IOE and $10,000 18 months after hire date.
The Be1900 has an annual 20% turbine retention bonus starting at 24 months.
There's also the all-aircraft bonuses, like the Peak to Peak bonus which pays out $10,000 per peak season you fly through.

Hope that helps!
Thanks much! Any luck on getting ONT base or Socal Area?
1600TT
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300ME (250 PIC turbine)
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Old 12-07-2017, 04:35 PM   #4113
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Hey, there!

Be1900 first year salary is $57,000.

But wait... there's more!
The Be1900 also has a bonus of $10,000 after IOE and $10,000 18 months after hire date.
The Be1900 has an annual 20% turbine retention bonus starting at 24 months.
There's also the all-aircraft bonuses, like the Peak to Peak bonus which pays out $10,000 per peak season you fly through.

Hope that helps!
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Old 12-08-2017, 09:10 AM   #4114
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Hey, there!

Be1900 first year salary is $57,000.

But wait... there's more!
The Be1900 also has a bonus of $10,000 after IOE and $10,000 18 months after hire date.
The Be1900 has an annual 20% turbine retention bonus starting at 24 months.
There's also the all-aircraft bonuses, like the Peak to Peak bonus which pays out $10,000 per peak season you fly through.

Hope that helps!
If a pilot has significant turboprop experience. Do you guys waive the PIC requirement for the 1900 or any of the other aircraft?
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Old 12-10-2017, 07:44 PM   #4115
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I really want to apply with Ameriflight but have a question about time off.

I have a vacation planned for 2 weeks end of March going into early April. Tickets purchased and reservations made.

Will I have to wait to apply until after my vacation or could I start sooner and be able get the time off? Not worried about vacation pay I know I would be a new employee but would lose a bunch of money if I canít go non refundable and all. But I would hate to have to wait until mid April to apply.

Anyone know what their policy would be for something like this?
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Old 12-11-2017, 08:48 AM   #4116
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I really want to apply with Ameriflight but have a question about time off.

I have a vacation planned for 2 weeks end of March going into early April. Tickets purchased and reservations made.

Will I have to wait to apply until after my vacation or could I start sooner and be able get the time off? Not worried about vacation pay I know I would be a new employee but would lose a bunch of money if I canít go non refundable and all. But I would hate to have to wait until mid April to apply.

Anyone know what their policy would be for something like this?
I would say go ahead and apply. If you start in the Feb class, you should finish aircraft training about mid March and then we might be able to work the time off with your move to your duty station. PM me and we can look at specifics of what you are looking to do and there might be other options.
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Old 12-11-2017, 10:03 AM   #4117
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Hi guys, any information about the Brasilia and Aguadilla base?. Average hours/schedule, quality of life, good/bad things....anything!.
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Old 12-11-2017, 03:17 PM   #4118
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Thanks much! Any luck on getting ONT base or Socal Area?
1600TT
590XC pt.-pt.
300ME (250 PIC turbine)
100 night
130 instrument (27 actual)
Hi, there!

Your hours look good for a BE99 position and they're pretty close to a BE1900 position.
What is your PIC time? That'll differentiate between the two.
How much of the instrument is in the aircraft? Actual and hood together.

We have positions open in at our ONT base and would love to have you apply for one!
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Old 12-11-2017, 03:17 PM   #4119
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There he is! Did my question on the last page bring you back?
Yes! Been slacking a bit.
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Old 12-11-2017, 03:19 PM   #4120
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If a pilot has significant turboprop experience. Do you guys waive the PIC requirement for the 1900 or any of the other aircraft?
Hi, there!

It depends.
How much PIC time do you have?
And what kind of significant turboprop experience are we talking? How much? Which aircraft? What kind of flying?

Safe flying!
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