comander said:thank you both very much for your responses. great help this site is. thanks once again.
Thats a valid point, BUT... that multi time never gets taken away from you, and once you get your Total Time built up, your sitting good with that 200 multi. If you want to go to any regional, or cargo outfit, you'll easily have the mins met.350DRIVER said:190 hours of multi at a low total time will mean very little if anything to you, gotta love the way they market this program.
350DRIVER said:100LL, very good points and I agree with you for the most part. Those seeking an easy way out usually will be "caught" and stopped dead in their tracks at some point down the line during an interview process and/or simulator evaluation. One can only slip through the cracks for so long before the past truly catches up with them.
If your a CFI, they typically don't put you into a MEI position right away. That typically goes on seniority, and it can literally be months or years before you get that privelage. Then some smaller schools have so few Multi students, that even once you are teaching as a MEI, that it could still take you months to build suitable multi time. You will have probably easily have built up your single-engine (total time) up enough to be competitive at that point if you have the 200 multi
gordon24 said:I wish all you jerk-offs that fly out of norman would learn to speak english. I had to take a king air in there late one evening and it sounded like the darn mexican airforce on the ctaf.
GAcfi said:...and besides some real a&*holes...
MFRskyknight said:...I assume that ATC understands that gobbledegook as good or worse than I do. ...