There are requirements Celtic. And the most restrictive is ALWAYS the underwriter. The 'Open Pilot Warranty' clause in their insurance binder specifically states the minimum requirements for PIC and SIC.I agree, no one should be offered an opportunity to work in this environment. Where does this guy get off?
It is surprizing there aren't some kind of requirements beyond three bounces though.
Oops. I thought I would be available on those dates, but I’m scheduled to work. I was going to offer my services. $550 a day plus travel and expenses. But, as I said, I’m unavailable.In need for a SIC in the BEECHJET 400A, September 1st and the the weekend of September 4th. These are part 91 trips. Beechjet time is a plus.
Of course you could LJ. But when you advertise for a SIC and 'experience-in-type' is "optional"....Couldn't you have a school with little time in the aircraft?
nothing was said about no school.
Why so negative? Maybe this guy anticipates hiring a full-timer in the near future and he's using this opportunity as an "interview". Maybe he doesn't want to limit himself to Beechjet only guys. I'm just sayin it's possible.Of course you could LJ. But when you advertise for a SIC and 'experience-in-type' is "optional"....
But sure, anyone could have come out of school and never been in the aircraft...not probable...but possible.
Maybe is just me, but the add came across as looking for a "seat warmer".