SkyKing

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SkyKing is one of the last ones standing. Ive never seen anything like it. We are hiring for 737 and 767 guys. Pay is alright and pilot group is great. Looking like Bubba Gump fisheries over here. Storm is winding down, someone is cursing God, and we are the last ones in the harbor. Be prepared to work 37 days a month, though.
 

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Yup, short contract. Working on more 75/76 airplanes though. Never know what is around the corner here.
 

XShuttle

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They always are short contracts with Skyking! I heard the 767 was repossessed.
 

Avpilot

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Out of curiosity I checked out the website.... However I refuse to apply to a company that has this sentence under their "careers" tab:

"Please view are available positions."
 

bcp7

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It's been like that for years, at least since 2005. Somebody should do them a favor and point that out.
 

Midnight Flyer

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SkyKing is one of the last ones standing. Ive never seen anything like it. We are hiring for 737 and 767 guys. Pay is alright and pilot group is great.
SkyKing is the name of an airline?? WTF, I thought SkyKing was an old TV series where Sky flew around chasing bad guys in his Cessna. :p
 

NoJoy

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Not sure what plane that is on episode 1, but on 50 it is a 310.
 

illtake2

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I thought this was a 3I3 thread from Terre Haute, Indiana. If you can land at that airport you can land anywhere.
 

rigger

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wikipedia says it's the Cessna Model T-50

A Cessna T-50 AKA Bamboo Bomber, wood spar, door, tail etc etc, fabric covered 2 radial engines....way underpowered could not fly on one engine, only took you to the crash site. Used as a bomber trainer in WW-2.
 
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