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250 hours FAA CPL

Old 13th May 2019, 21:48
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250 hours FAA CPL

I have a FAA CPL (with ME and IR) and now I am looking for my first job. I am sending my CV to anyone whom I can find, but without success for now. I know that there are a lot of brand-new pilots like me, but I also know that the aviation industry is constantly changing, and some opportunity can be presented when you are in the right place at the proper time. Any contacts or any details are highly appreciated.

My English is good (C1), I have a master's degree in Computer Science and studying French and Spanish (now about A2 for both). Currently I am working towards my EASA license and increasing my flight hours, and some day I believe I will have enough experience for someone, but probably even now some company is looking for a highly motivated low-hour pilot. Bush flying is also OK, I understand that it can be extremely far from my comfort zone, but even that career change is already out of comfort zone in terms of time, money, location and schedule. But I still keep going, and actually I like it.
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