Which type would you prefer?

SteveC

Really?
Staff member
Would you rather fly a Challenger 300 or a Piaggio P180?
Pretty open ended question - tough to answer without lots more information.

Day trips, multi-day trips, or multi-week charter broker trips?
Out-and-backs with productivity sits, or multi-leg marathons?
Charter or corporate or fractional?
Pay scales?
Call-out requirements?
Staffing levels per plane?
Hard days off?
 

Beep

Well-Known Member
Pretty open ended question - tough to answer without lots more information.

Day trips, multi-day trips, or multi-week charter broker trips?
Out-and-backs with productivity sits, or multi-leg marathons?
Charter or corporate or fractional?
Pay scales?
Call-out requirements?
Staffing levels per plane?
Hard days off?
The job is the important thing, an aircraft is just a piece of machinery!
 

dasleben

That's just, like, your opinion, man
But seriously, not to say that the P180 wouldn't be fun, but if all things are equal and you're looking to progress in the future, take the CL300.
 

Derg

Cap, Roci
Staff member
Question from the sidebar here, but does a CRJ type cover the Challenger series?

I know very little about RJ's other than far too many of their pilots have "In N Out Burger" stickers on their flight kits.
 

N519AT

Ahh! This is how I change this!
Question from the sidebar here, but does a CRJ type cover the Challenger series?

I know very little about RJ's other than far too many of their pilots have "In N Out Burger" stickers on their flight kits.
As far as I can recall, the only Challenger it covers is the Challenger 800/850 (?) which is basically is a CRJ200 in an corporate configuration. All of the other Challengers, the 300, 600, 601, 604 & 605 aren't covered by that type but different ones.
 
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