BenderGonzales said:How about RamAir Cargo? FlightExpress? Maybe a little time in actual IFR learning to work the system, decision making, and even scaring yourself once or twice would make you a more valuable F/O when you do make the transition to the airline world.
Guys you do know the IFR 135 requirements are 1200TT, right? With 700 you could probably do VFR 135, though few companies seem to hire for that anymore. Good luck.mamba20 said:It sounds like you only have a couple hundred more hours to go to get to the big 1000...Also once you get there you can start looking at some 135 stuff. I'm not sure exactly what 135 companies are looking for but its worth exploring.