CommutAir

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I was looking at the CommutAir employment page and when it asks for multi engine time it states "actual multiengine time". I have never seen this before. What does it mean?
 

CA1900

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Got me; I guess they mean as opposed to simulated ME time. I can assure you they're not trying to be tricky. :D

Just put in the amount of fixed-wing multi-engine flight time from your logbook; that's what they're looking for.
 

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Roger that. Just a little unsure why the had actual up there. Unless people have been logging all of the Microsoft FS2004 747 time, LOL!!
 

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Any level d sim can be logged just as actual flight time. All D sims have a tail number and FAA number ect, ect. Some airlines do not like this. This could be what they are asking.
 

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Umm, probably time your flew and did not just pencil in! -JK
 
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