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Does anyone knows if any Beech Operator hiring Beech 1900C/D experience pilot. I have JAA and ICAO ATPL
13th Mar 2012, 18:10
Try Farnair Hungary, they are hiring pilots for B1900!!
13th Mar 2012, 20:06
try Falcon Express Cargo Airlines in Dubai, you need 500TT and 300 Multi and 1900 rating for a chance....best bet is to go knock on the door, i did a few years there, upgraded after 8 months, first proper paying job, and good flying around the middle east at night, good old days!:D
15th Mar 2012, 18:21
Not sure about the licence requirements, but Job4Pilots.com comes up with Air New Zealand, Zimex and Mountain Aviation
22nd Mar 2012, 18:17
I have 1000 TT , 340 Multi, 278 turbine , 263 PIC in the 1900, 840 total PIC , 478 night , 150 glass cockpit , 777 cross country , and the 1900 type, I live in Dubai, and I can't get the D.O. to call or email me back!! Any ideas?
2nd Apr 2012, 12:09
You have 263 PIC on the 1900 , 1000TT, b777 cross country and you wonder why you have no reply??
2nd Apr 2012, 20:49
Maybe (rightly so:ok:) the CP/DFO isn't keen on p2f types?
26th Mar 2012, 01:03 * #21 (permalink)
Join Date: Mar 2012
oh...sorry...one more thing to add before I get some more replies (hopefully...thanks to all who have);
Whom or what is some P2F options really hurting? As far as I can tell, if the aircraft is substantial enough (BE1900 v. PA34) and the operation only is ticketed for single pilot, the only person that it takes from is the one paying for it. It helps small 135 operstors, and keeps guys on track. It is not like [for example] the fact that I paid for my own BE1900 type and 250+ hours PIC in the airplane drove down the pay or benefits for ANYONE else in the industry. I'm not saying all P2F schemes are good, it is just that flight instruction is not for everyone or always the best answer. I personally would not trade those hard 250 hours on the line with the 1900 for 250 hours instructing PPL or CPL students. Being a CFI is wonderful for those who take pleasure in it, or learn from it. God knows I love to teach as well (taught arabs how to work on their brand new F-16s for two years), but being a CFI is all people on PPRuNe seem to advocate to build time properly.
Good luck though.
3rd Apr 2012, 00:45
Are you letting in on the secret that Chief Pilots, having come up the hard way aren't keen on P2F?
3rd Apr 2012, 06:49
Galaxy, yes I am sir. There's nothing wrong with a bit of hard graft on single/multi pistons before turbine twins. All low timers seem to think that they have a god given right to go straight to turbine powered hardware - without the necessary skills developed to be a good hand and operator.
Don't start me on P2F... I'm glad it hasn't reached bizjets!
If I were this chap, I'd look to Botswana, Namibia etc. for some real experience and decision making if he does not wish to go home to the States yet. Plenty of 207's, 210's, B200's and 1900's to build valuable time on. With 1000 hours he may get lucky and get hired on a 210 or the like.
6th Apr 2012, 08:54
Oh, and for those whom might care...as of 4 days ago, Falcon Express Air Cargo in Dubai is not hiring.
25th Apr 2012, 13:00
May be of interest:
ERA Alaska BE1900 First Officer job (http://job4pilots.com/jobs_view.php?editid1=2235)
6th May 2012, 17:56
What happened to FECA they've always been hiring with intervals..sure have some good memories of that place
13th May 2012, 01:12
FECA is currently going through the downsizing phase and are laying off pilots, rather than hiring.