If there are any Airnet pilots (past or present) out there I would appreciate it if I could get some info and a general feel for your experience with the company. I will be interviewing soon and it would really help. I live in Columbus, how are my chances of getting based here. My family would like to stay here, if I got base elsewhere, whats the commuting like to get home on weekends, crash pads, etc. What about average upgrade times to he Lears? I've done most of my flying in Florida, only IMC in Hurricanes and level four or fives, no icing, no hills to worry about smacking into. Single pilot, high perfomance twin, ifr, night, icing, sounds like good experience if a little more risky. What were some of your hairiest experiences working there? Again any input is appreciated. Safe flying and hope to see you on the line soon.