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SoFloFlyer 04-22-2021 05:00 PM


Originally Posted by frmrbuffdrvr (Post 3225341)
We have BE1900s and one SA227 that regularly operate through SAT. All runs are "outstation" based, operating Monday night through Friday morning (for the SA227) or Saturday morning (for the three BE1900s; MAF, CRP & DRT).

Thank you!

cfii2007 04-30-2021 05:56 AM


Originally Posted by frmrbuffdrvr (Post 3211575)
Absolutely. We have 4 in training from the March Indoc class and 5 slated in the April class. Contact recruiting and get your stuff in.

What is the contact for recruiting? I haven't seen any Be99 openings posted on their webpage.

Any idea what bases were awarded to the above classes?

QRH Bingo 05-01-2021 12:50 PM


Originally Posted by cfii2007 (Post 3228581)
What is the contact for recruiting? I haven't seen any Be99 openings posted on their webpage. . . .

Here's a link for their "contact us"...
https://w3.ameriflight.com/contact-us/

Also the direct email that was posted on here a few pages back...
pilot[email protected]

Good Luck

tvnewspilot 05-13-2021 07:59 AM

Any information available on CVG-- Aircraft types, routes etc? Thank you

Electrickjet 05-13-2021 08:08 AM

It's kind of a round about way to find base/equipment info, IIRC it was plainly displayed somewhere but can't locate it now...

I found this base/flights/equipment from the jumpseat page:
https://w3.ameriflight.com/jumpseat/

YMMV

Continuingappch 05-14-2021 06:51 AM


Originally Posted by tvnewspilot (Post 3234352)
Any information available on CVG-- Aircraft types, routes etc? Thank you

Last I saw it was 1900 to ALB and Reading. You only fly 3 days a week most of the year, usually with an FO

frmrbuffdrvr 05-14-2021 04:07 PM


Originally Posted by Continuingappch (Post 3234761)
Last I saw it was 1900 to ALB and Reading. You only fly 3 days a week most of the year, usually with an FO

No FO currently.

There is also a run CVG-MQY-SDF-CVG, also in a 1900

The base is currently fully staffed.

renatodep 05-23-2021 05:33 PM


Originally Posted by SoFloFlyer (Post 3221542)
Thats what Iíve been hearing. Technically, the job in hand is a regional. Just need my time. Guess Iíll shoot an app out whenever a BE99 position is open.

I fly for Ameriflight and I'll say hands down it was the best decision I made for myself. Obviously everyone is different but Ameriflight has given me so much confidence as a pilot I don't know I would have flying elsewhere. No autopilot on the 99s, flying approaches pretty much everyday during the winters here in SEA keeps my skills sharp. Is it for everyone? No, but for me it's been great, if I were to say anything QOL for me is the toughest part of the job.

Continuingappch 05-24-2021 04:58 AM

No autopilot? You mean no flight director, eh? Of course the autopilot can be deferred.

renatodep 05-24-2021 10:08 AM


Originally Posted by Continuingappch (Post 3239487)
No autopilot? You mean no flight director, eh? Of course the autopilot can be deferred.

no, I meant what I wrote, no auto pilot. SOME have it but most donít and certainly the ones here in Seattle donít.


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