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Study material for interview at regional?

BoDEAN

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Going to submit my info to Mesaba in the coming weeks. Wondering what is a good study guide ahead of time? Right now I have the ATP Oral Exam guide, Instrument Oral Exam Guide, Gouges, and my Seminole manual.
 

8HourPilot

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Dude, get the gouge from your buddy. Know it all, know your IFR reg's....and know how to do an NBD hold...;-). Good Luck
 

Mesabi Miner

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... and read the "Turbine Pilot's Flight Manual" cover to cover before class. Not being a smart-a55. It's a must read for "Seminole" guys and gals (like I was) who have no idea what a turbine is or what a "stand-up overnight" is.

MM
 
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ilkwamh2

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I agree...Turbine Pilot's Flight Manual is a good purchase. I also suggest "Everything Explained for the Professional Pilot"
 

Axel

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Be knowledgable about the company as well, not just the "technical" aspects of flying.
 

BoDEAN

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Thanks for the tips. I will worry about the class when that comes =)
Can you give some details on what ""Everything Explained for the Professional Pilot"" is about, and if this should be read pre-interview?
 

FreedomAList

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Well, if you get hired by a regional:

"101 Ways to Cook Dog Food"

"Road-Kill Recipies"

"Ramen, It's Not Just a Snack Anymore!"

(first year pay is pretty lean . .. )
 
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