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macdu

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Anybody out there with some lowdown on Boeings corporate flight dept.?
What schedules are like, the people you fly with(cool, or, ), pay, benefits, etc..............just wondering. Any insight would be helpful.
 

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Last I heard they laid people off?

did you hear they were hiring?
 

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The application window closed about a week ago. They got 250+ apps for about four or so positions. Just hoping I get a call for a chance.
 

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They just hired on of the laid off Kodak guys.
 

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Otter said:
They just hired on of the laid off Kodak guys.

Was that for the corporate shuttle based in GYY ? It was a recent job posting.
 

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They have 4 0r 5 Challenger 604's and 2 BBJ's. I spoke with a crew the other day and they typically have around 12-15 overnights a month. They are base in Gary, IN.
 

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I am not sure if they have a dedicated shuttle since all the corporate big wigs are now in the chicago area but I do know they still fly to the west coast all the time. The second BBJ is not on line yet. Sounds like they fly the heck out of all there airplanes though. Any idea at all what the compensation is?
 

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Well thats what it said. There were other things along with that. What I mean by demo pilot is fly to the big airshows and show it off. It wasn't titled demo pilot.
 
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Okay it was a training instructor. Here is the advertisment.


JOB DESCRIPTION: Instruct customer pilots in simulator and airplane qualification courses. Serve as instructor pilot during local and Initial Operating Experience airplane training. Fly domestic as well as international routes in all weather conditions, providing flight instruction to foreign as well as US pilots. Perform familiarization and demonstration flights for other pilots and customers. Demonstrate competitive and technical features of aircraft for customer evaluation. Contribute to the design and development of instructor pilot training materials and courseware for international customers. Coordinate training, standardization, demonstration, and evaluation procedures, techniques, and methods with international or domestic military or civil regulatory agencies to safely achieve contractual standards and certification requirements.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS: Possess ability to work well with others. Possess a minimum of 5,000 hours total pilot time. Have a minimum of 1,000 hours multi-engine turbo-jet transport pilot time, and a minimum of 1,000 hours multi-engine turbo-jet instructor pilot time. Possess an FAA Class I Medical Certificate and recent flight experience. Be willing to travel. FAA ATP license or equivalent experience preferred.

EDUCATION: College degree preferred

Relocation: Relocation package is authorized per Boeing policy.NOTE: Applicants selected for this position may be subject to a Government Security Investigation and must meet eligibility for access to classified information.
The Boeing Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 

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I always love the "all weather conditions" part. How 'bout in a tornado? Or volcanic eruption? Or meteor shower?

Uh, I'm sorry, I can't take your $100k/yr BBJ pilot position as I thought it was VFR only.
 
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