ROTT MAN 4 LIFE!!!
- Apr 17, 2004
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Anyone interview w/ Alpha Flying/ Plane Sense...out of MHT?
For those people who do end up leaving Alpha Flying, where do they tend to go? Do they go to the other fractionals (Avantair, NJA, etc.) or do you have people leaving for regionals? Is single-engine turbine valued in the market (hey, I know the PC-12 is a great aircraft)?av8orboy said:We work 6/4 but it's more like 5/5. Also you are not gone your whole six days. Life is not bad in NH. Good skiing and outdoor type stuff. COL is a little high. Pay is good and most of the pilots are great to work with. It's a very fun job. Cool overnights, Short fields and grass strips.
Probably not, but it might get you out of the kitchen at Taco Bell....Besides why would anyone want a college degree to fall back on...with aviation being so stable....el raton said:I read they require a college degree. Is this true????? Thats something that will get you a long way in a single.
What he said.NotFurloughed said:Probably not, but it might get you out of the kitchen at Taco Bell....Besides why would anyone want a college degree to fall back on...with aviation being so stable....
There are other benefits to a college education that go beyond manipulating the controls and systems of a single-engine turbine...
TEB, HPN, BED, PBI, IAD, MDW. We fly mostly east of the Mississippi, Canada and the islands.On your six said:Lastly, if you were to name your most frequent destinations what would they be? Are you hitting mostly the Northeast (TEB, HPN, IAD, etc.) or do you get down to Florida and places West often?