Are the still hiring or interviewing at all? What seems to be the min's for getting the call. I gave a resume a to a Options pilot and still haven't heard anything. Just wondering if anybody could shed some light on the subject. Thanks.
Well there is a little bit more to it then a magic number of hours. Last I heard from the pilot recruiter they are looking at people who have greater than 3000 hours TT, corporate experience, PIC jet time, corporate aircraft type ratings, and have a recommendation from a pilot at Flight Options that has flown with you.
From what I understand all new hires are being put into the King Air's.
The trick is to have the Options pilot providing you with a recommendation jump up and down, scream and yell on your behalf.
Good luck, I have been at Options for 2 years now and have been very happy!