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Old 09-08-2008, 11:22 AM   #1  
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Default Commut Air BEECH 1900

This is my first post in the forum! I have a question. I noticed Continental Connection Beech1900s flying in to KCLE today and Friday. I have seen a beech sitting out side the MX hanger for weeks. I saw one sitting at the gates today. So I was not sure what they where doing because I could not think of any one else that operated beech 1900s out of CLE other then Commut air, but they are retired from the fleet. And Colgan does not operate them out to CLE as far as I know. So are the Beech 1900s returning to Commut air? Or is it another regional operating them?
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Old 09-08-2008, 11:25 AM   #2  
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I think they are Gulfstream Intl Airlines, as in pay $25,000 to sit in the right seat of a 1900 Gulfstream fame.
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Old 09-08-2008, 11:26 AM   #3  
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More important question...... Are they hiring

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When you pay to be there, a job is "always" open
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Ouch, nevermind... I missed that part..... But the way wages are, I wouldnt be surprised if more resort to charging for right seat time.
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PAY $25,000 TO SIT IN THE RIGHT SEAT!!! HECK NO!!! im already paying out the wazooooooo to get my inst, comm...and the rest of em!!

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Good to know you've got your head on straight. Welcome to the forums!
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Ya Pinnacle is filled with Ex Gulfstreamers...
So you can pay 100K to fly an RJ at Pinnacle for 22K a year!
What a joke
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Ya Pinnacle is filled with Ex Gulfstreamers...
So you can pay 100K to fly an RJ at Pinnacle for 22K a year!
What a joke
Build your time and move on. I have a buddy who flew for Mesa and has since moved to Europe flying the RJ. Pay is 97k room and board provided.
I've noticed more and more pilots heading over the pond for work.
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Build your time and move on. I have a buddy who flew for Mesa and has since moved to Europe flying the RJ. Pay is 97k room and board provided.
I've noticed more and more pilots heading over the pond for work.
Europe is not an option with an FAA ticket... your gonna have to try the other pond.. but there's a lot of competion for those jobs.
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