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Old 07-22-2006, 02:54 PM   #11  
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Hey, thanks. I am pretty dissapointed I really wanted that job but I have a few interviews lined up with commutair and another op similar to the one I interviewed for.
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Old 07-22-2006, 04:16 PM   #12  
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Just don't feel down about one flight. The next time you are asked you could nail every aspect and make up for it.
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curious...have you ever looked into linear or wiggins or cape air? Just curious. You mentioned them to me and i was wondering what you thought of them. I cant wait to move back to the northeast.
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I congratulate u, keep that attitude. That would take u far in this industry...
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Old 07-23-2006, 02:41 PM   #15  
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curious...have you ever looked into linear or wiggins or cape air? Just curious. You mentioned them to me and i was wondering what you thought of them. I cant wait to move back to the northeast.
I have checked those companies out extensivly. With Linear, right now they all single engine, I am looking for a job flying something multi engine. I need to start logging more multi engine time, esspecially multi turbine time. Though I know they are getting the Eclipse jet. With Cape Air they require an ATP and more than 1500tt. Unless I wanted to go to Guam to fly the ATR. All great companies but, not exactly what I am looking for. I'll be honestly with you, I am really looking for a cushy part 91 gig i the NH area. I think or know that I will need to jump through some hoops before I get there. If you notice my aviator, it a picture of a GIV, based out of Pease. It belongs to High Tech Aircraft Corp AKA Armstrong investments. Back in the day of bringing planes to PSM for radio work I saw that airplane in hangar and I fell love with it. It beautiful. I walked over and complemented the guy polishing the side of it. He invited me aboard for a look inside. It is just as nice inside as on the outside. Cockpit was awesome. There were hot towels for the pilots waiting there were a huge meals, steak and everything. I always thought, geez that is the way to go as a pilot. I would love a job flying that plane. In fact I have planes on calling them, not for job now, as I certainly do not qualify but, for the future. Just curious as to what they'll say. For those not familar with N721RL here is a link, its on airliners.net.

Its pretty cool check it out

http://www.airliners.net/open.file?i...ext_id=0650216
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Old 08-03-2006, 06:49 PM   #16  
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This is obviously too late but for future reference you should consider going to simuflite or flight safety and paying for a couple hours in their C90 sim. $300.00 an hour - just a suggestion
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Old 08-05-2006, 12:23 PM   #17  
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[QUOTE=xcorpxavi8]This is obviously too late but for future reference you should consider going to simuflite or flight safety and paying for a couple hours in their C90 sim. $300.00 an hour - just a suggestion[/QUOTe/]

Hey, thanks I would have except I got called on a FRI to be there Mon to fly the airplane. I had no idea ahead of time that is how it was done.
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Old 08-05-2006, 02:02 PM   #18  
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Yeah ERJ, sorry to hear you didn't get the job, however with an attitude like that you have nothing, absolutely nothing to worry about. Your time will come.

Best wishes & blue skies.


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