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Old 02-09-2012, 08:15 AM
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Anyone know any organizations or companies in the NY,CT,NJ, PA area being an aerial survey pilot or pipeline patrol. Ive looked into one northeasternstates, but im having trouble finding others nearby.

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I saw a posting on Findapilot a while back looking for survey pilots in either MD or VA.
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Old 02-09-2012, 10:30 AM
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I could possibly need some pilots in the near future. It's a company that is based out of Jacksonville FL but does survey work all over the country in Cessna 210s. If you have 500hrs or better or a CFI rating send your resume to [email protected] You must be willing to live in Jacksonville and fly at least 3 weeks per month. Sometimes more.
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Originally Posted by Martech
I could possibly need some pilots in the near future. It's a company that is based out of Jacksonville FL but does survey work all over the country in Cessna 210s. If you have 500hrs or better or a CFI rating send your resume to [email protected] You must be willing to live in Jacksonville and fly at least 3 weeks per month. Sometimes more.
Sounds great if only I didn't have 253 TT.My father has been a cartographer for 40+ years. I take it you folks are very firm with that 500 due to insurance?
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Old 02-09-2012, 06:09 PM
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Thanks for posting this question, as I'm curious what Aerial Survey Companies are out there...

Still a student pilot, but looking at the career choices in the aviation industry, being a Aerial Survey pilot really strikes me as something I could really could get into.

The other company I've heard of is the Keystone Aerial Survey.

I'm really interested in more getting more information about being an aerial survey pilot. If anyone could send me first-hand (or even second-hand) experience about being an aerial survey pilot, I would appreciate it.
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Old 02-10-2012, 05:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Martech
I could possibly need some pilots in the near future. It's a company that is based out of Jacksonville FL but does survey work all over the country in Cessna 210s. If you have 500hrs or better or a CFI rating send your resume to [email protected] You must be willing to live in Jacksonville and fly at least 3 weeks per month. Sometimes more.
Martech: FYI. Your email address is INOP.
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This is a link for all companies in the Management Association for Private Photogrammetric Surveyors (MAPPS). MAPPS: Meet Our Member Firms Only a few of these companies have airplanes, but it will get you a start.

Also, read through this link for an ongoing thread on this website. http://www.airlinepilotforums.com/pa...vey-pilot.html Lots of good info in there.
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It would help if I could spell correctly. The address is [email protected]
I also forgot to mention we are very weight restricted so I really need people that weigh less than 180 lbs.
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Originally Posted by Martech
It would help if I could spell correctly. The address is [email protected]
I also forgot to mention we are very weight restricted so I really need people that weigh less than 180 lbs.
Are you still hiring? Besides the weight, are there any other limitations? What's the pay rate?

Thanks!
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