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Old 11-03-2017, 03:50 PM   #511
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Originally Posted by jetstreamdriver View Post
Unless operating under part 135 crew duty times. But that has to be in the op spec too
And there is some ambiguity there as well, even if your opspecs allow it. As in - are you only a "required crewmember" if they min rest you, and not if you get the 24/8.
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Old 11-12-2017, 09:48 PM   #512
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Hi, I have a few questions (assuming a Mokulele Kona PIC position) I couldn't find the answer to on this thread or the Mokulele website:

How long until family members receive flight benefits on airlines other than Mokulele?

Does Mokulele pay 100% of the pilots medical? Anything towards a pilot's family medical?

Could a Kona PIC regularly fly 100 hours a month if they wanted to or would counting on 80/mo be more realistic?

What is a current schedule like (days on/off, flight hours per day)?

Is the flight to/from an interview/sim check paid for?

What is the cost of shipping a car from Honolulu to Kona?

Any relocation assistance for a PIC position?

Thank you for your help!
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Old 11-13-2017, 10:11 PM   #513
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Originally Posted by FlyinHawaiian12 View Post
Right now, we aren't hiring. I think in a month we will interview for a January class. As far as getting on, if you have a referral from one of us, you get an interview. Be prepared, I'd say almost half don't make it through and quite a few are flunking out after ground school when they get to the plane. Some people don't come prepared and think it will be easy but they are very picky about who makes it. We have a sim in Denver and Maui for the interview so be prepared. Also, be on the top of your IFR game. Know the regs. I hear we get on average four applications per day. I went from first day of ground to flying the line in two weeks. We have a lot of turn over here. It's a great time building job. Don't expect to make much as an SIC but we all have to pay our dues. Hope this helps.
What are a couple of things new hires struggle with grasping with IFR or other items? My friend and I applied a couple of months ago.
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Old 12-13-2017, 12:40 AM   #514
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Anyone know what is the pay scale for PC12 Captains?
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