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dispatcher job wanted in the U.s or Canada so that Ican learn to fly whilst there

Old 14th May 2009, 18:56
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dispatcher job wanted in the U.s or Canada so that Ican learn to fly whilst there

I have an FAA flight dispatcher license and 10 years experience of dispatch with an international airline.

i am setting my eyes on flying however i would like to work whilst i am acquiring my pilot's licence.

I am not a citizen of the US or Canada but i have my eyes there as the preferred locaion.


Anyone with offers, tiips advice would be welcomed, it would ideed be a dream come true to me.

thanks
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Old 15th May 2009, 11:06
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hi men

this is ghulam dastageer from india . i have got flight dispatcher license from emirates aviation colege dubai. its almost a year i am jobless .as u said that u are a dispatcher for past ten years i would appreciate if u help me with an offer . i really in need of some one's help hope u are the right person who came as angel in front of me .any comments pls mail it to [email protected]



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Old 15th May 2009, 11:31
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Any job in the USA will require you to have the right to work in that country, such as a green card. and as you know, it is virtually impossible to get one in normal circumstances. Would you have that green card, yes, you could work as dispatcher, i.e. in Miami, FL, where a lot of airline operations may have dispatcher/operations openings, as well as you could perform your flight training with the numerous flight schoold located there.
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Old 15th May 2009, 13:48
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Thanks i am aware of the requirement for the USA. I wonder if Canada would be easier or even the Middle East.

The bottom line is that I would like to go somewhere were i can work as a dispatcher and get my commercial pilot's licence at the same time.
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Old 15th May 2009, 14:45
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While immigration to Canada is somewhat easier, I understand that the process is long for the work permit... I heard it takes a year (or nearly) on location to get the papers... But, yes, Canada would be a solution. And there are agreements for licensing between the US/FAA and Canada's MoT...
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