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SoCalSkip 08-28-2010 11:40 PM


Originally Posted by jbizon (Post 861986)
Is there anyone in the interview process right now?

Yeah I just completed a phone interview and am scheduled for next week in BUR. I know 2 others that just finished theirs in OAK this week. Did You submit everything?

Oldog 08-29-2010 08:15 PM


Originally Posted by jbizon (Post 861986)
Is there anyone in the interview process right now?

All furloughs have been recalled, and interviewing has resumed for future Basic Indoc classes.

Oldog 08-29-2010 08:20 PM


Originally Posted by freightdog (Post 860660)
No, most of our Check Airman are not authorized to conduct initial type rides or issue ATP certificates. Plus, PA31, not a chance. You need to have two or three rides with the company, or get hired directly into a "typed" aircraft, before they will give you an ATP ride. It protects the company from someone using AMF to get their ATP and then bailing.

Further to Freightdog's comment, two of Ameriflight's check captains are ATP Designated Pilot Examiners and the company has access to a third. BE-99 captains with good records may be offered an ATP checkride in conjunction with a 6-month 135.293-297-299 ride, and captains transitioning to type-rated equipment will fly with ATP-type rating examiners.

Oldog 08-29-2010 08:31 PM


Originally Posted by jbizon (Post 860778)
Oakland vs Portland, which is better as far as QOL, Rent etc..... Do employees of AMF have a place to park their car at the airport?:)

Surface wx in the SFO-OAK bay area is often nicer but rent is expensive. Winter wx at PDX can be pretty awful but COL is less and a lot of people like the area.

You'll get plenty of priceless wx flying experience in either place -- maybe more in PDX.

Employee parking is provided at both the OAK and PDX hangars.

Oldog 08-29-2010 08:40 PM


Originally Posted by Captaindelay (Post 859369)
Where do Amflight pilots end up? After flying be99 for a year do they end up at Southwest like the company claims? I just want to know what is the next step from Amflight?

Ameriflight doesn't claim to have a magic key to the hiring door at SWA -- and particularly after flying a BE-99 for only a year -- although a number of SWA pilots are former Ameriflighters. Ditto numerous other major and regional airlines in the US and internationally. Some pilots have gone to corporate operators. Some have gotten out of the aviation business. We also have a surprising number of "lifers" -- pilots who have been with us for 20 or 25 years. A few have retired out of the company.

At the bottom line, it depends on what you want and how willing you are to pursue your goal.

JSanders 08-30-2010 02:32 PM

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Scooter2525 08-30-2010 10:32 PM


Originally Posted by JSanders (Post 863198)
I interviewed Fri got the job on the spot class starts on the 13th

Congrats! Times? And do you know what base?

undflyboy06 09-02-2010 09:51 AM

Just throwing in a useless post to make this thread reach 100 pages.

Aww, maybe one more.

JSanders 09-02-2010 10:24 AM

the question is who is gonna get the 1st post on the 100th page

jeepthrills 09-02-2010 11:42 AM

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