Qualifications: Must hold an Airplane Multi Engine Land Commercial certificate with an instrument rating. Preferred flight hours are 500 hours total time and 100 hours multi-engine. The pilot must also have excellent Cockpit Management skills.Additional Information: The pilot is an employee, but holds a non-salaried position and no benefits.Contact: Bill Ebert 303-261-4070
Okay, maybe i am missing something here, but isn't the PA-31 a single pilot airplane? Why are they even asking for a Co-pilot....you can't log any of the time from the right seat can you? Why would anyone do this, for free or not?
Flight time is purchased in 100- hour blocks, at a cost of $3,400 for the first block, and $2,000 for each additional block.
Soooo, the Co-Pilot is logging the PIC, and the Captain is just not logging any flight time for the flight?