Where can I find a low hour job

bestshooter

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Hi Guys,
If there is anyone who can lead me in the right direction I would be very greatful. I am currently in a 141 school and am planning ahead, Can anyone tell me where I can find a LOW hour pilot job or f/o position. I would not mind running checks or something like that. Where are there postings or what companies are hiring low hour pilots to build hours in the Southeast.

PLEASE HELP !!!!
 

siucavflight

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gkrangers said:
Flight instructing or banner towing.
Or you could give instruction on how to banner tow.
 

Superpilot92

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Flight Attendant!! They will let you do that with low hours.

:)
 

TrafficInSight

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siucavflight said:
Or you could give instruction on how to banner tow.

or tow instructional banners.
 
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gots to pay the dues, main man...
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over to the dark...ahem...right side you go

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get a good pair of snickers, with extra padding on the right shoe for that timely right rudder application help

...and get on a low sodium diet, ramen will eat you alive
 

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Mesa RJ Fo
 
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Goose Egg

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Flipping burgers. Or instructing on towing banners that instruct how to flip burgers. Or just instructing how to flip burgers.

-Goose
 
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jaxpilot

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vladimir lenin, where in the hell did you find that pic? I've seen that dude, that's hilarious. There's more pics where that came from, what a dork!
 

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You can pay your dues or be like a lot of tards I currently instruct and buy your way into an FO position after your commercial. I choose to pay my dues and not have over a $100K in debt!
 

Superpilot92

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BLing said:
You can pay your dues or be like a lot of tards I currently instruct and buy your way into an FO position after your commercial. I choose to pay my dues and not have over a $100K in debt!

Smart move. Very good decision. now if others would do the same we would be all set.
 

FN FAL

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You can try flying for a dropzone, but most want at least 500 hours...some don't. I was fortunate that I found a place willing to let me in at 250 hours.

Good luck, bestshooter!
 

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jaxpilot said:
vladimir lenin, where in the hell did you find that pic? I've seen that dude, that's hilarious. There's more pics where that came from, what a dork!

LMFAO!!!! Those pics cannot be serious!!!:laugh:
 

Gutenberg

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low time job

Look for parachute jumping, photog flights, to name some new ones.
 
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jaxpilot said:
vladimir lenin, where in the hell did you find that pic? I've seen that dude, that's hilarious. There's more pics where that came from, what a dork!

all yer dorks are belong to us

this was from a witch hunt that was conducted on the regionals board a couple of weeks back
 

moving2vegas

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bestshooter said:
tell me where I can find a LOW hour pilot job or f/o position. I would not mind running checks or something like that.
PLEASE HELP !!!!

96 hours and you wouldn't mind a check hauln' job huh? Nice to see flight school are still producing well rounded, down to earth pilots. Right now there are probably 10,000 pilots with 10X your experience that "would not mind running checks". Instead of posting a ridiculous comment like "tell me where I can find a job" ,this forum will serve you much better if you do a little research and read. At least you'll be educated about the misery to come.
 
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BR549

Vladimir Lenin said:
all yer dorks are belong to us

this was from a witch hunt that was conducted on the regionals board a couple of weeks back


Was it successful?
 

RichardRambone

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Call the skydiving outfits in your area. You can find them on some skydiving websites and call them and see if they need pilots. I did and almost worked for one until I saw their airplane, sheesh. I got lucky and ferry airplanes around for an aircraft sales company. Find one of those in your area that sells piston singles and twins. I got around 450 hours in a year and about 85 multi. If you live in KC I may be leaving soon so if you want my job you can have it. You have to clean planes and do office work too though. PM me if you wish.
 
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