R22Captain Posted August 28, 2011 Report Share Posted August 28, 2011 Still a low timer (<500) and interested to know how you get a foot in the door to fly an IFR machine in Canada. Is it a matter of getting a group IV rating and go knocking on doors? Any reply is greatly appreciated! Like TTT mentioned, a solid VFR experience is very very beneficial in so many ways. Maybe target companies that do a bit of both? That's more/less how I got started in the IFR world. If you do your IFR straight out of school, DO NOT let it lapse. Considering your first IFR gig may not come in your first few years/decade, rewriting the INRAT would not be a fun experience. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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