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  1. All you medium engineers, your numbers are dwindling so take advantage of it.

    Your daily rate is too low for the current economic conditions, what you should be charging for your highly skilled services is $1000 per day flat rate ( no flight pay ).

    Think about it, we should be demanding what we are worth and not just accepting what the company's going to give us.

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  2. Thanks for the response to my question with out being a smrtA . I do have the part # 369A8030-505 ,but what I am need of inlighting of is if this a rigid line of not? The pt# does not tell me what it is made of ,and I do not have it avail. @ this time .Thx :D

    The line is a hard plastic tubing about 3/16" in dia. it can be bent but only in a large radius.

    Call Madonna Helicopters in Airdrie AB. or Rilpa Ent. in Calgary and they will supply the necessary parts.

    Hope this helps

  3. would someone know the proper type of tubing for the wet line going too torque gauge on instument panel ? Currently there is the same line used for pitot and static lines installed.

    Go to CSP-IPC-4, Chapter 95-30-00, Page 6, Fig 3

    Select the section you require.

    Also insure the revision status of the IPC is current.

    Hope this helps

  4. I think the carbon footprint of helicopters is very small compared to the airline industry. I just watched a TV show, in which a photographer took a 8 hour time elapse photo of the USA sky. It was white with contrails from the jets and the sky was a daytime cloudless event. What we are doing is locating the fuel for the transport industry to keep society going. And the last time I looked at us aviation people, we are society.

  5. I do believe that since you are part of the commonwealth that the requirement is 6 months on the job training with an A.M.O. and then write the C.A.R.S. exam. You will also be required to supply supporting documentation such as license, factory certificates, airframe & engine and possibly a record of your previous duties, tasks and or experience. You will also need a work visa from the Canadian government.

    Good Luck

    DM

    P.S. How do I get to work in AU or NZ?

  6. I don't think your going to get many bites with the bait you are using.

     

    DOM work schedule is basically 30 hours a day, 8 days a week, with a rotating shift of 2 weeks in and 2 weeks in. The dynamics of the position doesn't lend itself to hiring a "temp." to fill in while the boss is gone fishing. We generally have in place a system to cover the away times already.

     

    Gotta ask..is this a troll?

     

    RTR

     

    RTR

    I'm not a troll whatever that is?, I am the real McCoy.

    I am just offering my services. Once again, any interested parties may contact me at dirofmtce@yahoo.ca

    Regards

    dirofmtce

  7. D.o.M. temp. for hire 25 plus years licensed, ten of which is in a management position, no violations or infractions within the helicopter industry. Well versed in CARS and working with new and seasoned engineers. Endorsed on Bell, Eurocopter, MD Helicopters. Able to perform as Human Factors trainer, Train the trainer, Q.A. If you are in between D.o.M's or if you are a D.o.M that would like to take a well deserved rest/vaction and not have to worry about who will mind the store? PM me.

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