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SoCalSkip 07-25-2010 07:01 PM

:confused:Will AmFlight look at anyone with 1350TT 400Multi?

Luv2Rotate 07-25-2010 08:49 PM


Originally Posted by SoCalSkip (Post 846066)
:confused:Will AmFlight look at anyone with 1350TT 400Multi?

They'll look at anyone with 135mins. The key is getting your resume past the stack of 1000's S. Hudson has on her desk. Get creative ;)

172captain 07-26-2010 05:03 AM


Originally Posted by SoCalSkip (Post 846066)
:confused:Will AmFlight look at anyone with 1350TT 400Multi?

Instead of asking people on a forum why dont you just send it and see the results. Seems like a waste of time to ask someone who has no idea themselfs

172captain 07-26-2010 05:04 AM

themselves*

propjunkie 07-28-2010 02:20 PM


Originally Posted by SoCalSkip (Post 846066)
:confused:Will AmFlight look at anyone with 1350TT 400Multi?

I was hired about a year ago with 1250tt, and 350 multi. I got called the day after I applied. I think they care more about previous experience then hours.

SoCalSkip 07-28-2010 08:56 PM

Yeah I ask people on this fourm because they are in the grind and know more about the company than I can read from the web site. Thanks for the response propJ and Luv2.... Yall arent on the KRDD runs up here are you??

Fly Boy Knight 08-03-2010 01:26 PM


Originally Posted by SoCalSkip (Post 846066)
:confused:Will AmFlight look at anyone with 1350TT 400Multi?

I was hired about 10 months ago and I just got "transitioned" to the BE99 for an outstation back east. I was hired with 1450TT and 250 ME and no prior 135 exp, just CFI'ing. I did, however, have a recommendation from another pilot who knew the VP of Flight Ops.

Side Note:

"172Captain," I would ask people how the interview process was because if everyone being hired has 10,000 Turbine PIC, I would not even waste my time (The nature of AMF's schedule does that enough without me doing it further). I am also not sure about how many people will take your professional advice to heart with a name like "172Captain" w/ 400TT. Sorry for the rant, but just my $0.02. This industry degrades the pilot community enough without the pilots doing it to each other.

SoCalSkip 08-03-2010 11:24 PM

Well Put, Thanks brother!

Fedex Dreamer 08-05-2010 06:32 AM

What is the typical showtime before departure? Does this vary based on the type of airplane you're flying? Also, do you do most of the flight planning or do they have dispatchers that do it?

freightdog 08-05-2010 07:30 AM


Originally Posted by Fedex Dreamer (Post 851211)
What is the typical showtime before departure? Does this vary based on the type of airplane you're flying? Also, do you do most of the flight planning or do they have dispatchers that do it?

The standard show time is one (1) hour before the scheduled departure time. We have center-stored ("canned") flight plans. If there is an ad hoc, special, or a/c repo flight the pilot has the ability to file it themselves or have dispatch do it for them.


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