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Way2Broke

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I applied online, pretty simple. Is that the best way? I hate "copy and paste" resumes.
 

Fedmagnet

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The best way...

Is to get your resume to Netjets right away. You will make more money faster, have better quality of life, better bennies and have job security.
Check it out.

Good luck
 

Way2Broke

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That was not the question that I asked. I love FI.
 

sky4

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What is FI? The best way into FltOps is who ya know but FedMag is making a point and you are snapping back. Why do you want to even look at FltOps when NetJets is offering you so much more.

Think about your future.
 

Tommy Boy

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He is trying to help you and prevent you from going through the pain and agony that the rest of us are going through right now.

but maybe.....judging by your comments......you will make the perfect "new flight options pilot" that they are looking for.
 

Way2Broke

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FI is flight info. I did not mean to be snappy. I have friends at NJA that were very vocal about the dispute there and would love to work for them, but I do not have NJA mins. I do, however, have Options mins. I just got put on the street and I am weighing my Options so to speak. Sorry if I came off a little strong. All I was getting at was that I asked a very specific question and I wanted a specific answer. One of my good friends is even ex-options, and is now at NJA. I think he made a very good move, but I am not in the position to make that same move.
 
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dime line

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Please send in your card when you get hired, do a search and you will see all the benefits we have lost. This use to be a good place.
 

hawkercpt

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Way2Broke said:
, but I do not have NJA mins. I do, however, have Options mins. quote]

Wow. There's something to ponder eh?
 

rway36

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Whats it take to get Cleveland as a base? Or is it not an option.
 

jetwash

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rway36 said:
Whats it take to get Cleveland as a base? Or is it not an option.


If you want to live in Cleveland you are a management prospect!!!
Since the only requirement for a management position is " be willing to live in Cleveland"


good luck and send in your card if you get hired
 

Way2Broke

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My card will get sent in, I would have it no other way.
 

Galaxy

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Don't forget that with Cleveland as a base and a management hopeful you might be required to undergo typical FLOPS mgt elective surgery. The proceedure is caled a spinalectomy. It is simply the removal of your spine. Your good judgement and brain washing will soon follow.
If you have the FLOPS mins for hiring go on to the flightoptions.com website and lookup the pilots description. I will make it easy for you:
A dedicated flight crew that's ready to serve.

Nothing contributes more to your overall safety than who's sitting in the cockpit. That's why we recruit and retain the best pilots in the industry. And, we pay the highest in the industry too—because they are the best.

Each pilot has an average of over 6,800 hours in the air. Each pilot is type-rated by the FAA in his or her aircraft with Airline Transport Pilots (ATP) classification.

All of our crew members are trained to the exacting standards of Federal Aviation Regulation Part 135. And all pilots are additionally trained at CAE SimuFlight, as well as our state-of-the-art, online supplemental ground training system. Flight Options aircraft operations and the operating certificate held by Flight Options, govern all flight crewing Standard Operating Procedures.


You can rest assured that you're in good hands.

Flight Options' pilot training programs raise the bar on industry standards. All captains must receive a sign-off indicating that he or she has completed training for initial, operating procedures, compliant with an operating specification issued by the FAA.

Each Flight Options aircraft operates with two pilot-in-command qualified pilots in the cockpit, who in addition to their extensive flight time, have completed annual simulator training and biannual practical training in their aircraft. Because of our industry leading standards and top-of-the-line training programs, we not only have the safest and most professional pilots, we also have the lowest pilot turnover ratio in the industry.
 
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