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Old 08-03-2018, 08:26 PM   #1  
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Default Anyone heard or worked for Chloeta aviation?

https://www.chloeta.com/solutions/av...port-services/

Im low time pilot, just finishing up school with ME com and finishing out with single com add on.

200 tt, 100 pic

I'm interested in this and looking to to turn in my resume
https://hire.withgoogle.com/public/j...AADHy1g2QsSWaU

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Old 08-03-2018, 08:56 PM   #2  
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Seems unlikely that they will hire someone into those aircraft with such low hours considering it's quite hazardous flying, insurance costs must be crazy. It they state their mins are a wet commercial so no harm in applying.

I'm sure another 100 people applied now that you posted the link on here
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Seems unlikely that they will hire someone into those aircraft with such low hours considering it's quite hazardous flying, insurance costs must be crazy. It they state their mins are a wet commercial so no harm in applying.

I'm sure another 100 people applied now that you posted the link on here
oh Snap, hazardous, the HR lady said it was just throwing retardant on some trees, how dangerous can this be?
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^^^This is scary^^^. If the OP desires to live a long time, Please Walk first, then learn to run. A pilot with a wet CASEL thinks he is qualified and competent to conduct low-level flight ops in mountainous terrain and during wildfires. The web site indicates that the company contracts with Part 135 operator(s). Maybe some research on Part 135 Regs and VFR minimums would help?
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So does anyone know how to decode this?

I am not finding any luck on the net and I apparently am not part of the cool club and don't have the decoder ring...

"- Have either 100 hours PIC time in fixed-wing airplanes during the preceding 12 months, or be able to comply with Forest Service Alternate - Means of Compliance (AMOC)
Subject to Washington Office (WO) Pilot Standardization Branch review and approval after inspection of the pilot logbook, licenses, medical, and professional flying experience relative to the proposed position."
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