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freightdog 06-29-2009 09:00 AM

Originally Posted by Earl81 (Post 636682)
We don't have center stored plans anymore. The company now does it with a new software system that make it look like it's a center stored. The software files automatic every day. The company can make changes to each flight plan in house. Last I heard OAK was taking care of them.

The software gives an instantaneous correction to the flight plans in the software. Once a pilot fills out the discrepancy report and it's COMATTED up to OAK and entered into the computer the changes are immediate, no more waiting for three weeks with bad flight plans in the system and having ATC mad because three flight plans pop up for the same flight number.

tlove482 06-29-2009 11:35 PM

Originally Posted by find a way (Post 586493)
thanks for the help. how was the sim ride with ted?

The sim was broke, so no sim ride.

INTERNET PILOT 06-29-2009 11:39 PM

Originally Posted by Bowersbum (Post 636654)
I wouldn't worry too much about having alot of time to apply to AMF, I got interviewed/hired with the nearly the exact minimums they require and about 8 hours of actual.

when was this?

CaptainTeezy 06-30-2009 09:49 AM

Right To Work In U.S. For AMF
If you are a US citizen with a passport and birth cert. is there anything else you need to prove that you have the right to work in the U.S.???

CaptainTeezy 06-30-2009 11:55 AM

It says they are hiring on Climbto350 but then is says also go to their website and fill out the application...but on their website it says they are only hiring from their pool. What a waste of Climbto350. :mad:

Bowersbum 06-30-2009 12:42 PM

[quote=INTERNET PILOT;637217]when was this?[/q

It was this past march.

Spoilers 06-30-2009 01:10 PM

Originally Posted by Coehill (Post 635694)
Anybody who has been invited to the PHX interviews care to share what their time is? Just want an idea on whats competitive these days.

Not sure what competitive is right now, but I can tell you that a friend of mine got interviewed (and hired) with just a little over 1180 TT about a month ago.

Originally Posted by CaptainTeezy (Post 637377)
If you are a US citizen with a passport and birth cert. is there anything else you need to prove that you have the right to work in the U.S.???

If you have one from List A or one each from List B and List C you are good to go! If you have an unexpired US passport that is all you need.

List A.Documents proving both identity and work authorization
  1. U.S. passport (expired or unexpired);
  2. Certificate of U.S. Citizenship, BCIS Form N-560 or N-561;
  3. Certificate of Naturalization, BCIS Form N-550 or N-570;
  4. Unexpired foreign passport with:
    a. a stamp reading .processed for I-551. Temporary Evidence of Lawful Admission for permanent residence. Valid until ____ Employment Authorized.; or
    b. an attached Form I-94 with the same name as the passport and an employment authorization stamp with an unexpired endorsement;
  5. Alien Registration Receipt Card or Permanent Resident Card (Green Card).BCIS Form I-551, that contains a photograph, fingerprint, and signature of the bearer (the name was changed from Alien Registration Receipt Card to Permanent Resident Card by regulation in 1998);
  6. Unexpired Temporary Resident Card, BCIS Form I-688;
  7. Unexpired Employment Authorization Document, BCIS Form I-688A;
  8. Unexpired Reentry Permit, BCIS Form I-327;
  9. Unexpired Refugee Travel Document, BCIS Form I-571;
  10. Unexpired Employment Authorization Document with a photograph, BCIS Form I-688B; Form I-766.
List B.Documents Proving Identity Only
  1. State-issued driver.s license or ID card with a photograph or identifying information including name, date of birth,
  2. ID card issued by federal, state, or local government agency or entity with a photograph or identifying information in No. 1.
  3. School ID card with a photograph;
  4. Voter.s registration card;
  5. U.S. Military card or draft record;
  6. Military dependent.s ID card;
  7. U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card;
  8. Native American tribal document;
  9. Canadian driver's license;
  10. For persons under age 18:
    a. school record or report card;
    b. clinic, doctor, or hospital record;
    c. day care or nursery school record.
List C.Documents Proving Work Authorization Only
  1. U.S. Social Security card, if it does not say the card is not valid for employment;
  2. Certification of Birth Abroad, Form FS-545 or Form DS-1350;
  3. Original or certified copy of a birth certificate with an official seal issued by a state or local government agency;
  4. Native American tribal document;
  5. U.S. Citizen ID Card, Form I-197;
  6. ID Card for Use of Resident Citizen in the U.S., Form I-179;
  7. Unexpired authorization document issued by BCIS (other than those in List A).

Originally Posted by CaptainTeezy (Post 637445)
It says they are hiring on Climbto350 but then is says also go to their website and fill out the application...but on their website it says they are only hiring from their pool. What a waste of Climbto350. :mad:

Climbto350 is a waste of money. AMF is hiring and they have new-hire classes scheduled through September.

CaptainTeezy 06-30-2009 02:40 PM

According to the AMF website....they are only hiring from their pool...and you can only update/edit a previous application.

hi208 06-30-2009 03:29 PM

This is what was posted on our pilot portal, and about four threads below this one. I am pretty sure they are not just hiring from a pool. If they were, they wouldn't be asking current pilots to tell there friends. If the online application doesn't work tell then in the email you send them!

Become part of the country’s largest FAR 135 Cargo Company!

Ameriflight will be conducting in-person interviews in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area on July 15, 2009. All selected applicants will be contacted prior to that date to schedule an interview. Interviews are by Invitation Only.
Ameriflight is looking to hire pilots who are motivated and eager to experience flying throughout the Ameriflight system. Successful applicants are hired into PA-31 and BE99 aircraft with the possibility to upgrade to larger turbine equipment depending on qualifications.

Please submit your resume to [email protected] AND complete the online
application at:

To be considered for interviews on July 15, please make all submissions by July 7, 2009.

Minimum requirements include:
• 1,200 hours of total flight time with a minimum of 50 hours in multi-engine airplanes
• Meet FAR Part 135.243(c) requirements including
o 500 hours of cross country flight time, 25 hours at night
o 100 total hours of night flight time
o Ameriflight requires 75 hours of instrument time in flight
• U.S. Commercial or Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Certificate, multi-engine land and instrument-airplane ratings
• English Proficiency Endorsement
• Current first or second-class U.S. FAA medical certificate
• U.S. FCC Restricted Radiotelephone permit
• Passport from country where the applicant is a citizen
• High Performance and Complex Aircraft logbook endorsements

CaptainTeezy 07-01-2009 05:44 AM

Why the sudden need for pilots at AMF? Is it due to upgrades, expansion, people leaving? Any idea what the upgrade time is to turbine equipment?

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