They can be grouped. You ido an initial PPC (5 hours training, written exams, rides)on both machines, then next year training (2 hours, written exams) on both, but only 1 ride. If you have 2 year PPC you do training(2 hours each machine) in leu of and PCC (loft) ride on one machine.
Perimeter is one of the best IFR schools in the country - I'm biased, I taught there. Compared to the IFR I did at MFC, Perimeter is far better. The equipment is first class (planes have HSI,RMI, IFR cert GPS, Cert for known iceing, all slaved and autopilot) good sims and knowedgeable staff. The onl...
Moving... I would certinally bug CMA. They are known to hire low timers and do so on a semi regular basis. Call them and see what they require. If there is a ramp position jump on it. I belive they now require 500 hours though but I may be wrong. As for sunwest - I wouldn't bother. You need time on ...
Corn shoot....did I say anything about stealing students hours? No. 172 pilot asked ways to build time, I gave a few. Instructing just happens to be - IMHO, the easiest and most convient way for 172 to accomplish this without giving up his/her present job and lifestyle. Also....most instructors are ...
I knew alot of part time instructors, and they loved it. You could also go to your local jump zone (parashoot) and see if they need a weekend jump pilot. buying the plane is a good, but expensive way to build time. Personally, I'd go the instructor route. Once you hit 1000 hours TT, take a leave fro...
Tough question - PIC or pay/lifestyle....I have a few questions for you. What is your present experience (hours, ATPL, and so on)? Will this FO position lead to a left seat position in a resonable amount of time? What is your debt load like? Can you afford the lower paying gig? Are you in a huge rus...
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