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freightdog 07-01-2009 08:00 AM


Originally Posted by CaptainTeezy (Post 637843)
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?

Some outstations opening and people leaving/terminations

CaptainTeezy 07-01-2009 08:41 AM


Originally Posted by freightdog (Post 637914)
Some outstations opening and people leaving/terminations

Terminations? Was there a mass firing of some kind?

CloudPilot57 07-01-2009 05:17 PM

Just got an e-mail saying that there are more qualified people, but I can keep updating.
rough estimates cause Im too lazy to look right now: 1230tt, 900 multi, 800 turbine, 1100 xc. Good luck to those with more time, looks like a great place to work. I'll just keep updating cause I know there are tons of people with way more time.

supersix-4 07-01-2009 06:43 PM

With nearly 3000 hrs and Two 121 Jet types they sent me the" we found that your qualifications do not meet our current needs" Letter. Whatever.

FlyingPirate 07-01-2009 07:08 PM

I think they are looking for previous 135 experience as well as low time pilots so that when hiring does pick up again they won't leave for a better opportunity.


When did you all send your resume? I sent it last week and still haven't gotten anything.

CloudPilot57 07-01-2009 08:55 PM


Originally Posted by FlyingPirate (Post 638331)
I think they are looking for previous 135 experience as well as low time pilots so that when hiring does pick up again they won't leave for a better opportunity.


When did you all send your resume? I sent it last week and still haven't gotten anything.

Sent it Friday afternoon.

GolfKilo 07-02-2009 02:56 AM


Originally Posted by supersix-4 (Post 638315)
With nearly 3000 hrs and Two 121 Jet types they sent me the" we found that your qualifications do not meet our current needs" Letter. Whatever.

Definitely overqualified for those guys!

CaptainTeezy 07-02-2009 06:03 AM

Can you get in trouble with the FAA for saying you have 1200 hours when you really have 25,000??? I guess the question is...is it illegal to falsify documents if it makes you less qualified? :D

FlyingPirate 07-02-2009 07:48 AM


Originally Posted by CaptainTeezy (Post 638481)
Can you get in trouble with the FAA for saying you have 1200 hours when you really have 25,000??? I guess the question is...is it illegal to falsify documents if it makes you less qualified? :D

haha. I think it is illegal to falsify documents, Period!

INTERNET PILOT 07-02-2009 08:04 AM


Originally Posted by CaptainTeezy (Post 638481)
Can you get in trouble with the FAA for saying you have 1200 hours when you really have 25,000??? I guess the question is...is it illegal to falsify documents if it makes you less qualified? :D

I don't think the application specifically says to list all you flight hours...


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