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Old 22nd Feb 2013, 01:03
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humanitarian pilot

Hey guys,
I am considering going into humanitarian flying but I could use an outside opinion and advise. I have roughly 375 hours up to my multi commercial and am 21 about to graduate from Embry-Riddle in the U.S.

What would I need to do to land a humanitarian flight job. I do not care where it is as that's not why I would be doing it. I just am not sure as to what exactly humanitarian flight companies look for in a pilot.

any advise would be helpful.
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I think you better head down to Africa or somewhere like PNG for that sort of work.

I know outfits like Pacific missionary aviation , they have twins and usually require over a 1000 hours.

MAF in PNG take low timers, but u might have to go to bible school first!

Good luck
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