Does anyone think you can make a living flying part 135 freight because this is what I plan to try to do? Also do you think it is any easier (outside of the required 135 times) to get a job at a part 135 company?(Referring to is it more or less competitive then a part 121 job) I have heard both ways. I have heard if your make it clear you plan to stay a long time then they will automatically like you better because most people just use them as a time building job. Just wondering if there was any truth to that. The reason I am drawn to part 135 is being home more. I really like Mountain Air Cargo because from what I have read most of there runs are mon-fri and your home every night. I would love to be a chief pilot at a place like that one day. Plus I think part 135 would be more interesting flying. Any insight or comments about this would be appreciated.