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Staff are looking for work elsewhere!!


Good luck on that one!! :lol:


This lends new meaning to "working for free"


Don't think that mgmt isn't quick to the job shortage situation and as far as finding a half decent job outside aviation in this economy.Good luck!


My suggestion


Suicide!! quick, painless, problem solved.



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They are a new company located in Fort St John BC. a couple of ships EC, but the manager / man of the hour is in it for him and only him, proven track record



Wow what a surprise!! He is not alone.


No doubt the entire screw-up and why there is no money has nothing to do with the economy, i bet its the pilots fault!! :down:


We will never know the truth.

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so, how many people work there? 2? 3?



From the website


Flight Crew


Bob Batchelor, Whitney employs and is managed by the areas most experienced and longest resident helicopter pilot . With a total of 40 years in the industry flying various types of helicopters, Bob’s 28 years in the region exceeds the average age of most local helicopter operator’s pilots. Bob’s familiarity with local users needs is unmatched.


Gordon Fevang, brings 6,000 accident free hours to the company with a total of 12 years experience in the region flying for local users. Gordon’s passengers know they can rely on him to look after their helicopter requirements.


Steve Schulte, recently returning to Ft. St. John with his family after beginning his career here 17 years ago, brings over 13,000 hours of small, intermediate, medium and heavy helicopter experience to Whitney Helicopters. Nothing flashy about these guys, the best summation of their philosophy about helicopter operations is Safe Service!

Maintenance Crew


Dave Wood and Clayton Whitney look after the maintenance of the machines. Dave and Clayton are both graduates of Northern Lights College - Aircraft Maintenance Engineer program in Dawson Creek.


Dave with 20+ years in helicopter maintenance is a homegrown Ft. St. John resident. Clayton – also born and raised in FSJ worked in the maintenance department at Bailey Helicopters for 3 years prior to joining Whitney.

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