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Old 10th Sep 2014, 15:40
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I love to fly 101
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Australia
Age: 35
Posts: 3
I am currently living in north west WA and the industry is tight at the moment in this part of the country. The movement at the upper end of the industry is slow at the moment, so not many jobs are opening up at the bottom. In Broome there is roughly 20-30 unemployed pilots in town looking for a flying job. I know this is not what you want to hear patross993. Some pilots have been living in town for six months waiting for something to pop up. My best advice is to pick a town, find a share house to live. Get a job at woolworths, a pub, a bottleshop etc. Then visit the airport every week or so and try to chat to the chief pilots and get yourself known. Don't expect to walk into a flying job right away. There are lots of pilots looking for flying work in the north west WA now, in saying that there are also lots of pilots who have been successful in finding a flying job.
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