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 Post subject: North star
PostPosted: Wed Jul 26, 2017 6:18 am 
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Does anyone know if any of the positions are YQT based. Along with what schedule and salary will look like for basler/atr captains will look like?

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 Post subject: Re: North star
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I'm curious, did they also by a Westward ATR?

I've saw on in Tbay a few times now, than yesterday saw it sitting at northstar.



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 Post subject: Re: North star
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flyinhigh wrote:
I'm curious, did they also by a Westward ATR?

I've saw on in Tbay a few times now, than yesterday saw it sitting at northstar.



Pretty sure it's just operating for Northstar on contract or charter.



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 Post subject: Re: North star
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You would be correct


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It is Pickle Lake for you my friend. And winter is coming.


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It is Pickle Lake for you my friend. And winter is coming.


Winter is always coming.....we must prepare.
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 Post subject: Re: North star
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Word is they bought 2 ex First Air ATR72s to haul freight out of Thompson, with new ownership they dumped the contract with Calm Air and are trying it out for themselves. Big contract for a company like Calm Air to lose only to be pushed out by an operator with no experience in that realm with a new type. Interested to see how it pans out.


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 Post subject: Re: North star
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Calm Air doesn't know you have to clear the ice out of the engine intake, North Star doesn't know you have to clear it off the wing. Both operate 705 like bush plane. At least it is only freight.


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 Post subject: Re: North star
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Jean-Pierre wrote:
Calm Air doesn't know you have to clear the ice out of the engine intake, North Star doesn't know you have to clear it off the wing. Both operate 705 like bush plane. At least it is only freight.


why would you say something like that with no argument, in such an arrogant way thinking you are all mighty ... wait a minute, jean pierre right???...i get it now



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Jean-Pierre wrote:
Calm Air doesn't know you have to clear the ice out of the engine intake, North Star doesn't know you have to clear it off the wing. Both operate 705 like bush plane. At least it is only freight.


Those freight loads of pop and chips are a lifeline to the north. Show some compassion. :mrgreen:



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Jean-Pierre wrote:
Calm Air doesn't know you have to clear the ice out of the engine intake, North Star doesn't know you have to clear it off the wing. Both operate 705 like bush plane. At least it is only freight.


CLASSIC!!
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