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Work in Africa

Old 3rd Jun 2018, 11:57
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Work in Africa

Hi everyone!!
I'm student pilot in Barcelona and I'm finishing my ATPL course on October. I would love going to Africa to work. I've been looking for some airlines in Guinea, Kenya, Tanzania...and I can find some information about many airlines but I need some advices from pilots who have been working there. So, I would like to know if someone worked there: how is the life in these countries?, how are the salaries?, how was the experience of working and living in Africa? and if it's a positive job to include in the CV for looking for a job later in Europe.
I would apreciate so so much your comments and advices,

THANKS!!!
Anna
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Old 3rd Jun 2018, 15:00
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Forget about it. You need at least 800 hours, or 500 hours if you are a flight instructor if I remember correctly. I previous looked into that. Maybe I'll try again in future, when I'll have some hours as instructor.
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Old 3rd Jun 2018, 19:27
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Do you think it's the same for all airlines in Africa, even for those smaller with only cessnas or pilatus in their fleets?
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