avbug said:The ag industry has been depressed for some time now. Chemigation is the in thing. You indicated that you're thinking of getting back into ag, which suggests you've sprayed before. If you already have spray experience then the insurance roadblocks shouldn't be an issue...you know the drill. Visit ever ag operator with a hand out until someone picks you up. As always.
DO328FLYER said:Airlines, especially regionals, are not the end all be all. If you like to wear polyester, and still make $26k after 5 years at the company then go for it.
UnAnswerd said:26K after 5 years??? Wouldn't you be better off at WalMart??? I honestly do not understand why pilots have to spend TWICE the amount of money on their education than does a college graduate, only to end up earning about as much as a WalMart shelf-stocker. Seriously, can someone enlighten me???
DO328FLYER said:Airlines, especially regionals, are not the end all be all. If you like to wear polyester, and still make $26k after 5 years at the company then go for it. The truthis it does not take much of a pilot to fly a glass cockpit airplane. Frankly, it is pretty boring going to the same cities over & over. I think I am heading back to a flying job that involved actually flying the airplane. I always swore that when I no longer looked forward to going to work it would be time to move on. I love flying way to much to put myself in a job that I dread going to. The last thing I want to be is a miserable old captain who wishes he had changed gears years ago.....
bugchaser said:If you have any more specific questions, let me know. I know just about everyone in the business in Texas.