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taseal

Well-Known Member
woohoo!

I wonder if i'd be interesting to them with a fresh commercial lol

I knwo the 744 pretty well hah
 

Polar742

All the responsibility none of the authority
woohoo!

I wonder if i'd be interesting to them with a fresh commercial lol

I knwo the 744 pretty well hah
Sorry Maing.....they're Classics. There are glass engine instruments, VSI/TCAS display and IRUS though....:bandit:
 

MikeFavinger

Hubschrauber Flieger
From their jobs page:

[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]First Officer - Boeing 747 [/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif] Minimum Requirements[/FONT]​
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- 3,500 hours total time in airplanes

- 1,000 hours turbine Jet PIC

- A minimum of 2,500 hours of turbine jet time.

- FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Certification.

- Current FAA Class 1 Medical Certificate

- FCC Radio License

- Legally authorized to work in the USA

- Current Passport

- Ability to pass a 10-year security background check and a pre-employment drug test.

- Glass cockpit experience preferred


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SRA_kbad

Scooter Trash!!!
Just out of couriosity, what does a typical shedule look like while working for a company like this? Polar?
 

Polar742

All the responsibility none of the authority
Just out of couriosity, what does a typical shedule look like while working for a company like this? Polar?
Polar has 16 days on, the rest off. The min number of days you can have off is 5 with the remainder on the next block off, or it's all one block.

Atlas has 17 days on, and I'm not sure what their days off are, or how it works.....

Both CBAs can be reviewed here: http://www.atlasair.com/holdings/cb/default.asp
 
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