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Study material for interview at regional?

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Cabo Wabo Express
May 4, 2002
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.
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
... 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.

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I agree...Turbine Pilot's Flight Manual is a good purchase. I also suggest "Everything Explained for the Professional Pilot"
Be knowledgable about the company as well, not just the "technical" aspects of flying.
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?
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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