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where else besides maun?

Old 28th Dec 2010, 18:54
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where else besides maun?

Hello people! I have a doubt, where else besides maun (in africa of course) is it possible to go with 300/400 hs and have a chance as a pilot. I assume that as much flying hours you have more possibilities you ll have but is it a big diference have 400hs than 250? I ask it because i read in many posts about maun that most of the pilots that are looking for a job in botswana have between 250 and 700hs.

Well, Thank you very much!! Have a good year!!
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Old 29th Dec 2010, 08:02
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It always makes me question the personal and flying skills (after all it does involve a minimum of intelligence & thinking) if people ask these very basic questions without even attempting to read the information, that has already been posted here, hundreds of times.
Do you people really think, you are the first ones to come up with these question?

Why don't you simply use the search function of this forum.

a thread, that might answer your questions might include
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Old 29th Dec 2010, 13:43
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Thank you very much for the information!
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Old 29th Dec 2010, 15:52
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Zeflo27, Sorry but your a idoit.

DaFly has got to the stage where most of the people that help on here are at. They write huge long speils about where to go, who to see, and what to bring.
These people who are "So keen to come to Africa and get a job" can't even be bothered to take the time to read through the forums and get the info that has already been posted here.
You end up wondering why you even bother helping them.
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Old 29th Dec 2010, 16:09
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Ah, the Brotherhood of the Sky...

Doesn't it just give you the warm fuzzies?
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