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Fractionals way to go?

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Nov 28, 2001
Considering if the fractionals are the way to go, as a college student aspiring to be a professional pilot, how would I best market myself for a career with the fractionals?
Quality AND quantity is the key....

Looks like your well on your way. The mins. here at EJA are: ATP,
2500 TT, and 500 MEL fixed wing. The commuters and freight are a
good way to get your total time up and move into crewed, turbine
powered airplanes. The more complex your equipment experience,
and higher your total time, the more your resume will be able to
compete. And don't forget to network.... a friend who will 'tag" your
application so that it stands out from the masses is worth his (or her)
weight in gold.

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