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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 11:59 am 
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Working part-time as a Falcon Training Center Instructor
Looking for a job on any kind of operation possibly in Canada but not only.

Turboprop operations welcome!

Canadian ATP, US ATP, Canadian citizenship / French citizenship.
Falcon 900 (Classic B/C/EX) Type rating valid until April 2018.
Expired Emb-145 Type rating.

4000 TT/2000 Jet time.

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