Thread: Airline to SFI
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Old 15th Dec 2018, 17:36
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EGKK.
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
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Hi! Depends on your location.

If itís state side I would guess youíll be busy. Bigger bizjet market out there therefore plenty of work but if itís the uk you should have a half decent work/life balance.

remain current on whatever type youíre on and keep that in your back pocket just in case and if all goes well with the falcon training aim to get trained up on as many types as possible to make yourself more in demand.

as for an SFI lifestyle...like any job with a fixed salary it all depends on the contract theyíve offered. If you were to go freelance then the world is your oyster! You just need experience and some good type ratings under your belt and shop around for work that works for you.
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