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Old 13th Jun 2018, 12:51
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Aussie CPL + Caribbean Operators

What are the chances of Caribbean operators hiring an Australian CPL/MECIR? Willing to show up with Caravan or Beechcraft rating. Experience is new graduate.
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Old 16th Jun 2018, 05:09
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To increase your chances , get your FAA cpl/ir. I had a Ozzie CPL, converted it to a FAA and had a lot more job offers, ended up flying there for a year. Good luck you will enjoy time there. I went from flying in the Torres Straits to the Caribbean, the flying was very similar.
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Old 17th Jun 2018, 07:51
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To increase your chances , get your FAA cpl/ir. I had a Ozzie CPL, converted it to a FAA and had a lot more job offers, ended up flying there for a year. Good luck you will enjoy time there. I went from flying in the Torres Straits to the Caribbean, the flying was very similar.
Ah, sounds like a great time you would've had. I'll look into this, thanks mate!
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