I am new to the float business and I was hoping that you guys can help me.
I got about 500 hrs on light weight A/C and about 30 hrs on constant pitch A/C. I will be getting a float rating this winter ( please let me know if you know any good float schools in BC). I have been working as an AME apprentice for two years. Love the AME work also the main reasons why I want to be a float pilot (seasonal work ).
I would be more than great-full that if you guys can help me out with some tips for me.
If possible, would you be kind enough PM me with a list of operators in Bc that I should stay away from.
- Rank Moderator
- Posts: 5317
- Joined: Mon Feb 16, 2004 3:47 pm
- Location: Straight outta Dundarave...
Randy Hanna at Pacific Seaplanes in Nanaimo http://www.pacificseaplanes.biz/index.htm
Fort Langley Air http://www.fortlangleyair.com
off the top of my head...
Happiness is V1 at Thompson!
Ass, Licence, Job. In that order.
Thank you north shore.
I will calll them soon.
Once again thank you.