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Turbine Time Building

Discussion in 'Time Building' started by Shane Cassell, Dec 12, 2016.

  1. Shane Cassell

    Shane Cassell Well-Known Member

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    Hi all,

    I'm currently flight instructing in the Cincinnati/Dayton area and I'm looking to build turbine time. Just wondering if anyone has any opportunities for me to ride along and build some turbine time. I'm willing to drive a few hours to an airport if necessary.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Jose duran

    Jose duran Vr

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    Ameriflight is hiring, not sure how many hours you have.
     
  3. FlyingGuy

    FlyingGuy New Member

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    Ameriflight has some postings for as little as 500 hours, do you know if they are hiring pilots with time under 500?
     
  4. modernicarus

    modernicarus Well-Known Member

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    Off topic, but, If you're ever up in Urbana, there is a B-17 called the Champagne Lady that I have been helping to build. We/they are building it from Boeing's drawings. Because many of the presses and tools were destroyed after the war, we have to fabricate just about every part by hand. It will be the first "new" B-17 since 1945 when it is done.
    Swing in and take a look, they might even give you a tour.
     

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