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Nov 27, 2001
I was wandering if anyone put their corporate airplane on 135 with EJA so they can survive the slow recovery of the country?
My questions were: how hard was the change over? Are you keeping busy enough to keep the airplane? How hard is the indoc training and checkride? Do you use the in-house check airman?

Any help would be appreciative.
The aircraft goes on Executive Jet Management's 135 certificate.

Indoc training is easy. Done inhouse with EJM. Sim training must be done through FSI.

We fly 240 hours per year for EJM and 240 per year for the owner.
Thanks English,

Just a couple more questions,

Did you do your 135 checkride with EJM check airmen or did you have to do a ride with the FedS?

Also could you get uniforms though them at a discount?


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