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Airnet DAL-PWA-TUL run Q:

rcbullock

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Are those the three points? What's the sched like on that? I live close to PWA. Wish it was a PWA starting/ending point. How senior is DAL?
 

EatSleepFly

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Well, I don't work there, but let me try to help you out.

It probably means something along the lines of: if that base/run is the ONLY reason you want to work there, don't bother. :)
 

starchkr

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How about so senior that you will never get it in this lifetime... well ok, so maybe not that bad. But to tell you the truth, there is no DAL-TUL-PWA run anymore, it was cancelled shortly after i left it to go to the jet. There are no more prop runs in TX or OK.
 

rcbullock

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Hmm, well I guess they need to update the route map then. It's still on there. Oh well...
 

EatSleepFly

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Every company has its "lifers." :)

Not that there's anything wrong with that. To each their own- if it works for them, more power to them.
 

cforst513

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does airnet have daytime routes, too? are those pretty senior?
 

Dangerkitty

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psysicx said:
Are there people planning on staying there for 20 years?

Are you going to continue to ask pointless questions and contribute nothing to this message board for the next 20 years?
 

Dangerkitty

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cforst513 said:
does airnet have daytime routes, too? are those pretty senior?

I have heard that the BHM routes for Airnet are mostly daytime routes and that they are somewhat junior. When I spoke with some of the pilots that were based in BHM they were all flying during the day. However most of them were leaving for the regionals and had only been there about 6 months. :eek:
 

USC328

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Most all the runs in BHM ARE daytime runs. If you don't get BHM when you get out of training, chances are one will open in short order and you can lateral depending on the equipment you are qualified on. There is an equipment lock in place, allowing you to lateral if it only involves training in one more type of aircraft. Almost all BHM runs are 310 and Baron. There is one run down there in the C208. BHM is a very junior base, and considering the multiple runs down there, it's pretty easy to get that as a base.

USC328
 

Princedietrich

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Another thing to note about the BHM runs is that you will be flying your butt off. But the plus side to this is that you'll be making some SERIOUS cash, we had an SIC in the props pull in $40K down there.
 

flying2jd

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Did I ask you if RIC was difficult to get? I know I have asked you many questions... But not sure abou this one.
 
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