Just curious how you go about finding a ferry pilot jobs. Just looking for something new to build some long cross country time and to supplement my CFI work with.
Yep, looked into it a while back. I'm no airline pilot so I am drastically out numbered.Unfortunately it seems that most guys want airline pilots so they can fly for free.
Do you really think anyone would be dumb enough to do that??? 1 in a million. But if there really were someone foolish enough to do that, I bet he'd also trash the chief pilots of places he was looking to work on the internet.One thing I would advise against doing is creating a website, offering ferry services or other commercial type things, prior to having the correct certification.
Take one step at a time and don't ever count your egg before it hatches. That's my best advice and the hardest thing in this field I have learned.and cfi in april(already paid and everything). I also already have a job instructing at skypark starting in may as long as I pass the CFI.
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[SIZE=-1]A 1000 hour pilot with a CFI rating, qualified and with considerable time in single and multi-engine aircraft.
Employed by an airline, with jump seat privileges.
do the ferry thing without getting in some very hot water with his "airline"? I know for sure that we are specifically prohibited from any other commercial flying outside of our company....
It is not guaranteed!!!! That was my point. Maybe I'm reading your quote wrong?...There are many many things that could happen to any company in short notice of time. 4-5 months is a good while.I dont really consider this situation as counting my egg before it hatches because the job is guarteed.
Why in the world do you already have your check-rides scheduled?I am a 230 hour instrutment rated private pilot scheduled to take commerical in march and cfi in april(already paid and everything).