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Luv2Rotate 01-06-2010 12:19 PM


Originally Posted by wmuflyboy (Post 739092)
I heard that people dont want OAK because they can be pretty pushy and if your new you'll be a target to see how far they can push you. I also heard that PDX has pretty low moral right now but its a good base to have and you will also get a lot of actual time if thats something you are looking for.

what are your times if you dont mind me asking?


2900tt, 1250,turbo prop pic, 447 turbojet, "F" guy. :cool:

propjunkie 01-06-2010 01:09 PM


Originally Posted by wmuflyboy (Post 739092)
I heard that people dont want OAK because they can be pretty pushy and if your new you'll be a target to see how far they can push you. I also heard that PDX has pretty low moral right now but its a good base to have and you will also get a lot of actual time if thats something you are looking for.

what are your times if you dont mind me asking?

where did you here this?

Luv2Rotate 01-06-2010 02:56 PM


Originally Posted by propjunkie (Post 739183)
where did you here this?


Yeah, where did you hear this? I think people don't want OAK because cost of living compared to PDX, I could be wrong... Any AMF out there can shed some light on this? :cool:

propjunkie 01-06-2010 03:11 PM

I work for AMF and I choose the PDX base due to cheaper cost of living, and I like the pacific NW region better. But thats just me. I'm not sure where the "low moral" thing comes in

cflight 01-06-2010 06:12 PM

Does anybody know what is competitive at AMF?

Luv2Rotate 01-06-2010 06:23 PM


Originally Posted by cflight (Post 739355)
Does anybody know what is competitive at AMF?

As long as you meet mins I would assume that alone would make you competitive but then again, there are alot of guys on the street that have 3x the hiring mins applying. So who knows what they're looking for. :rolleyes:

AtlCSIP 01-06-2010 08:23 PM

Competative quals
 
I don't know what competative would be, but I have 2250 TT, ATP, 335 Multi, 2200 PIC, Part 135 qualified and current on a Navajo. I have had my stuff in there for a long time!

Luv2Rotate 01-06-2010 10:13 PM


Originally Posted by AtlCSIP (Post 739433)
I don't know what competative would be, but I have 2250 TT, ATP, 335 Multi, 2200 PIC, Part 135 qualified and current on a Navajo. I have had my stuff in there for a long time!

Im confused so please excuse my lack of "smarts" but if you have 2250tt and 2200 PIC that means you got your private in only 50hrs? what about instrument and multi rating? would that all be PIC time even if you dont have the add on?
I'm just checking because if thats what you have in your resume they maybe wondering the same. :confused:

cflight 01-07-2010 09:39 AM

you can claim pic during the instrument but not the multi. Anybody know where kind low time guys can go. I have 1300 tt 300 multi, part 135 cherokee 6

ZBowFlyz 01-07-2010 09:41 AM


Originally Posted by propjunkie (Post 739250)
I work for AMF and I choose the PDX base due to cheaper cost of living, and I like the pacific NW region better. But thats just me. I'm not sure where the "low moral" thing comes in

Because no one in PDX has seen the sun since October and it isn't due back until sometime in May.:D


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