North Amerivan Air Charter @ ISP - Q's...

CFINY

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Hi all,

I was looking for info about North American Air Charter
operating out of ISP, Long Island, such as schedule, pay,
training, upgrade and QOL in general...

Thanks very much.
 

TimsKeeper

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Over the past few years there has been a pilot or two that went from my company to North American. Haven't heard anything negative so I would assume it's not a bad company.

That's all I know!
 

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stay as far away as u can. If you like working in the office and taking lunch orders when u are not flying and making $15 a Tach time then this is the perfect job for you. Every employee has busted there butt for them and they all leave or get fired b/c of some BS reason. Stay as far away as u can. They have a citation and a Global express but u will only wash them and not fly them.
 

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jagmagic said:
stay as far away as u can. If you like working in the office and taking lunch orders when u are not flying and making $15 a Tach time then this is the perfect job for you. Every employee has busted there butt for them and they all leave or get fired b/c of some BS reason. Stay as far away as u can. They have a citation and a Global express but u will only wash them and not fly them.

Not completely true.
 

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Typical

This always the same ol' post. Just a different name attached to the subject; NJA, FLOPS, NA, Avbase, CA, et al... when was the last time you heard anything GOOD about a 135 operator? Same goes for regional/supplimental/majors. It's the nature of the biz.
 
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wait a sec. you've got 1900tt with a 172 and 182 flown and you know first hand?

how's that?
 

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They are a good company for someone to start of with all I am saying is that you do alot more then flying. The people that are there are good people. You just bust your butt and it doesnt even invilve flying.
 
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jagmagic said:
Yes it is I know first hand stay away

Funny, I have firsthand knowledge also and not all of us had to wash planes and take lunch orders. For some of us it was a good company to break into the industry and have the opportunity to prove ourselves. I would agree that we did work our butts off, but we were also given opportunities that you couldn't get anywhere else.
 

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I just wanted talk about NAAC alittle more. First off I wanted to say that I judged the company on one person who now longer works there. The owner of the company will do anything for his pilots he is a very nice guy. The maintence is top notch and they are a great group of guys. The dispatcher really looks out for her pilots. To be honest with you it took me a long time to get over leaving this place. And the more I think about it I would not be where I am today if it was not for them. The guys that busted there butts and washed the airplanes and took lunch orders are getting a great experience flying international and building quality time. If I made anyone at NAAC upset I am sorry. Again I judged the company by one person and that was not right. So if you can get the chance to work there go for it. And Capt Splash hope everything is well
 
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