It doesn't have to be economical. We are moving the airplanes anyway. Empty. Revenue would be simply extra $$$$. The airplane(s) also have to come back, but perhaps you could airline it one way. Wouldn't hurt to contact our guy if you wish.
Yea? Well pardon me. I went back through this thread a few pages and found only mention of a 400F. I don't believe it is a 400F. I think it's a 400ERF.
If they were the same thing, I think they would be called the same thing. As you appear to be an expert on the -400, as well as this...
The freighters can't take you.
We would be happy to give you a ride if we could. The trouble is that at present, no U.S. carrier is authorized international cockpit jumpseaters. The vast majority of freighters do not have cockpit doors. Therefore everyone we haul on board is...
I know they go there, I've seen them there. I didn't get close enough to figure out if they crew change. If they do layover, It would be helpful for me to know which hotel they use as I'm involved in a bit of a battle with my company.
Thanks for the response though,
Anyone know how to apply to Flexjet or CitationShares?
Does anyone know how to apply to Flexjet? The "careers" link on the Flexjet web site directs me to the Bombardier jobs list - which appears to make no mention of Flexjet.
The CitationShares web site has no "careers" link, and the pilot...
“The truth is, collectively we have more international experience than ATA does because of the number of pilots on our seniority list. We didn't start flying the day we got hired at SWA. Most of us fly as Captains doing international ops prior to coming to SWA.”
Whaaa haaa haaa...