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Privateer383 04-10-2019 07:48 AM

Materials received in training?
 
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Originally Posted by MaxMar (Post 2720445)
Browse this website and back it up by reading Section 7 of the POH

Are these materials and the POH issued to us in ground school?

What other materials will we receive?

Can anyone recommend a good/accurate PC-12 version for the Microsoft FS-X flight simulator?

Sanguy 04-10-2019 04:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Privateer383 (Post 2800189)
Are these materials and the POH issued to us in ground school?

What other materials will we receive?

Can anyone recommend a good/accurate PC-12 version for the Microsoft FS-X flight simulator?

You'll get all the materials needed to get through ground school when you get going in class. Get the computer based training done BEFORE class starts. There is a POH available online that you can reference through class. In fact, virtually all study materials are online so you can reference them any time. They will be available through the employee website. MaxMar's references are good ones. Unless you have someone with legacy PC12 experience to work with you on FS-X, skip it.

SteveBunch 04-11-2019 07:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Sanguy (Post 2800567)
You'll get all the materials needed to get through ground school when you get going in class. Get the computer based training done BEFORE class starts. There is a POH available online that you can reference through class. In fact, virtually all study materials are online so you can reference them any time. They will be available through the employee website. MaxMar's references are good ones. Unless you have someone with legacy PC12 experience to work with you on FS-X, skip it.

I have to schedule my technical interview once i know my work schedule over the next week. What can I expect? I know basic IFR will be part of it. I've never flown part 135 or 121.

Joebob21 04-11-2019 08:20 PM

They gave me the ILS KIDA approach to review(prior to phone call). Know basic VFR cloud clearance and speed restrictions in various airspace. IFR max holding speeds. Thunderstorm avoidance distance. Know systems of an aircraft youíve flown recently as theyíll ask some technical questions regarding this. Know 91.175, and other various IFR regulations. Part 135 reg. Knowledge isnít necessarily a requirement.


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Originally Posted by SteveBunch (Post 2801456)
I have to schedule my technical interview once i know my work schedule over the next week. What can I expect? I know basic IFR will be part of it. I've never flown part 135 or 121.


SteveBunch 04-11-2019 08:47 PM

JoeBob, thank you.

Cstukel16 04-14-2019 06:52 PM

Hiring PIC?
 
Iím 17 with 728 hours, I hit all the Part 135 PIC mins including over 150 hours Instrument except total time. I will have 1200 hours when I turn 18, in September, will get commercial on my bday. Happily will sign contract as canít go to airlines till 21. Are they still hiring street captains? Will I have a good chance of making it on? Thanks.

GearDwn 04-16-2019 05:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Cstukel16 (Post 2803119)
Iím 17 with 728 hours, I hit all the Part 135 PIC mins including over 150 hours Instrument except total time. I will have 1200 hours when I turn 18, in September, will get commercial on my bday. Happily will sign contract as canít go to airlines till 21. Are they still hiring street captains? Will I have a good chance of making it on? Thanks.



It shouldnít be a problem. Turnover is high.


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cabencic 04-17-2019 03:11 PM

Helicopter turned fixed wing
 
Hello everyone,
Very interested in this company and becoming an FO. I have 975TT and my CFI/II in helicopters. Out of the 975 TT, 156TT are in fixed wing. I have my commercial license in ASEL/AMEL, and my instrument. Would having lower fixed wing time be a problem? Thanks for the help!

Joebob21 04-17-2019 04:04 PM

They need captains, get to 1200 and get instrument current if you arenít. Met all other part 135 mins. Good chance youíll get a call.

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Originally Posted by cabencic (Post 2804578)
Hello everyone,
Very interested in this company and becoming an FO. I have 975TT and my CFI/II in helicopters. Out of the 975 TT, 156TT are in fixed wing. I have my commercial license in ASEL/AMEL, and my instrument. Would having lower fixed wing time be a problem? Thanks for the help!


cabencic 04-17-2019 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Joebob21 (Post 2804613)
They need captains, get to 1200 and get instrument current if you arenít. Met all other part 135 mins. Good chance youíll get a call.




Thank you, Joebob21


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