Sunday, July 09, 2006

Update: I have not posted in a while because I have been very preoccupied. I will soon post a more detailed account, but here is the short version of it. I went to Skymates in Arlington, Texas, got my ratings, an now am a busy flight instructor there. I currently have about 760 total hours and 120 multiengine. Stay tuned for the pictures and details.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Brett, you might want to take a look at Great Lakes as a commuter to work for. I was there for 4 years (9/11 happened while I was working there so I was there a little longer than normal) and got 4000 hours of turbine time out of it. In four years I went from co-pilot to Cpt to flight insructor in that time. The pay sucks, you are going to work long hours, but now I am working for Alaska Airlines. I think that at most commuter airlines it takes 4 years just to upgrade to CPT. The other thing is that you could be working for them with the flight time that you have right now. Good luck man... Keep the greesy side down... Andrew

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