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Chief Weather Research Pilot (Wyoming) - King Air

SkyDreamer

New Member
I preface the posting with this: I know nothing about the operation, the O.P., pay, etc. but thought this sounded very interesting and maybe someone on here meets their posted mins. Good luck..here is the exact posting:

"Please see http://flights.uwyo.edu/pilot for information and application instructions for the following:

Seeking leadership of University of Wyoming research flight operations group which operates two King Air 200’s, one dedicated to atmospheric weather research.
Require: ATP (multi-engine land); 2000 hours PIC of multi-engine, fixed wing aircraft including 1000 hours turboprop aircraft; B200 type rating (or obtained after employment). Prefer: Experience with administrative supervision of pilots and flight operations, preferably in Part 91 corporate aviation or 135 on demand setting. 5000 hours total logged time; 400 hours PIC in King Air 200, B200 or 200T; King Air simulator training (Flight Safety or equivalent) in past 2 years; bachelor's degree in science or technology.

Alfred R. Rodi
Director, University Flight Center
Professor and Head
Department of Atmospheric Science
University of Wyoming
Dept. 3038
Laramie WY 82071 USA"
 

invertmast

New Member
Its called a B200T

Its a kingair 200 w/ tip tanks. with the tip tanks full, i believe it takes the weight up to 13,800
 

Nihon_Ni

Well-Known Member
Some military versions have a gross weight of 13,500. I have a BE-200 type rating for just that reason.
 
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