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Old 11th Oct 2019, 13:12
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Originally Posted by Northernstar View Post
Donít contract copilots get 575 nowadays?
I thought the rates being discussed are overtime rates for salaried full time staff
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Old 11th Oct 2019, 15:26
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Originally Posted by Hot_LZ View Post


Iím not sure if Iíve misinterpreted your reply but co-pilots are getting just under £400 for a worked day off these days and thereís no shortage of it!

LZ
Ohhhh....my bad then.....i truly thought those numbers were way gone nowadays, specially for a co-pilot.

Iīm just working in the wrong continent....or company...

Safe landings

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Old 16th Oct 2019, 07:57
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Originally Posted by Bravo73 View Post
Gama need 145 pilots for their new HEMS operation in Scotland.
https://jobs.flightglobal.com/job/14...lots-scotland/
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Old 16th Oct 2019, 10:31
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Fourth time in as many months this job has been advertised, so they can’t be getting enough interest. I wonder why?
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Old 19th Oct 2019, 03:00
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Ex-Mil QHI jobs in Qatar

https://carrieres.groupedci.com/offr...or-h-f_15.aspx
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Old 19th Oct 2019, 06:05
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https://www.jsfirm.com/Pilot-Rotary+...l/jobID_585503


Job Description:
POSITION/JOB TITLE: MD-530F Instructor Pilot

DEPARTMENT: Ops - Flight

REPORTS TO: MD-530 IP PM

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

WORK LOCATION: KAF

WORK HOURS PER WEEK (Typical): 60

WORK / R&R ROTATION CYCLE (Days): None





Looks like a "permanent" job to me... But maybe someone is interested...
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Old 6th Nov 2019, 06:19
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Reposting, AW139 and H145 Jobs - Africa


" Lift Aviation Recruiting is looking for candidates to fulfill several pilot and engineer positions for a well estabilished customer for its operations in Africa.

Currently we are looking for:

MOZAMBIQUE/GHANA

- AW 139 - Captains
- F/Os
- Technicians

Requirements:

- EASA (preferred) or ICAO License
- AW139 Type Rated
- 100 hours on type for Captains , 50 hours on type for F/Os
- PROVEN Offshore experience
- At least 1 year of type on license for Technician

What we Offer:

- 28/28 Rotation for Mozambique and 14/14 for Ghana
- Travels to/from working place
- Full board
- Accomodation


CONGO EC145 Ė BK 117 D2

- Captains
- F/Os
- Technicians

Requirements:

- EASA License
- EC145 Ė BK 117 D2 Type Rated
- 100 hours on type for Captains , 50 hours on type for F/Os
- PROVEN Offshore experience
- At least 1 year of type on license for Technicians

What we Offer:

- 14/14 Rotation
- Travels to/from working place
- Full board
- Accomodation


- Attractive salaries

If interested email us at [email protected]s
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Old 6th Nov 2019, 12:09
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And who is Lift Aviation?!?!?!? Another recruitment agency...
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Old 7th Nov 2019, 05:10
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At least the Congo job sounds like it's still the same for Babcock Italy....

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Old 7th Nov 2019, 11:01
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Originally Posted by hueyracer View Post
At least the Congo job sounds like it's still the same for Babcock Italy....
hi,
Definitively, this is for Babcok Italy, and as I have some friend they have flown for them and all of them had resigned, I could say this is not the best place to go, at least as company.
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 22:16
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If you want, what I believe to be the holy grail in the aviation industry, then read this: Click me and apply here: Again click me .

600-700hrs per annum, flying the queen of the skies, of which 95% is spent at 40' AGL marvelling at the British countryside whilst keeping the national infrastructure in top condition and having the honour to serve some top drawer colleagues!
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 22:36
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An IR for cruising along a powerline at 6 kts ?
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 22:41
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Originally Posted by GoodGrief View Post
An IR for cruising along a powerline at 6 kts ?
It doesnít mention needing an IR
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 22:46
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Originally Posted by heli87 View Post
It doesnít mention needing an IR
ďApplicants would also ideally:
  • Be qualified and instrument rated on the H135Ē
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Old 20th Nov 2019, 00:24
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Originally Posted by heli87 View Post

whoops. My mistake
No mistake - it doesn't say anything about needing an IR!
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Old 20th Nov 2019, 06:02
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On the website for WPD it states "Ideally IR and TRI/TRE"
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Old 20th Nov 2019, 17:27
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I see the pay has gone up - I got £1850 per annum when started with them 51 years ago!
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Old 20th Nov 2019, 18:07
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Originally Posted by GoodGrief View Post
An IR for cruising along a powerline at 6 kts ?
Our patch stretches from the Isles of Scilly to Skegness, an IR is useful to get through the weather to get to the areas you can patrol in.

And itís more like 20kts....
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Old 20th Nov 2019, 20:22
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A significant part of the requirement for some pilots on the unit to be IR is that someone, in the past and for reasons of their own, decided to put an otherwise-entirely-VFR unit on top of a west-facing ridge at 603-620ft (depending on which RWY) amsl. You'll be wondering why the pilots are night-qualified next
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Old 25th Nov 2019, 22:13
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Interested to talk to Czech speaking helicopter pilots with twin turbine experience for a potential project.
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