Mr. Bill Ebert should stick that Navajo up his own arse-pipe, or fly the right seat for free himself...:uzi: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
Yup, ya are missing something: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?
They log it as PIC.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.
Well, so it seems...I don't have no details, but from the above it appears that the high bidder gets to log the PIC time..Or perhaps they both do,,Surprise, surprise.Soooo, the Co-Pilot is logging the PIC, and the Captain is just not logging any flight time for the flight?