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Getting Into Twin Engine's?

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It seems there are more light twins arriving in Canada than there are experienced twin drivers, so there might be a gap to fill? The biggest hurdle is the customer, min 100Hr on type for BC Hydro for example. Could take a long time to meet those requirements once endorsed/ppc'd.

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I guess the easiest transition is probably from AS350 into AS355.

Or 205 into 212...

Find a company that flies both types?

Get IFR/ATPL?

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U can write ur HAMRA HARON and come join Ornge with a CPL!! They'll give u the endorsement (S76 or AW139) plus benefits and a 4 days on 4 days off schedule...

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Thanks for the info but I am wondering if there are any cojo jobs out there or something to start flying twins?

 

Kiefk although that sounds appealing but moving is not an option for me.

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Shame Wildrose I just got back from my 139 endorsement and 30 days overtime for training :)

 

Try Phoenix they're in your neck of the woods....

 

Contact Ornge anyway as they have a touring base in Moosenee flying S76. I know 1 Captain lives in BC and they fly him in for his rotations...pay scale is slightly different but he makes it up in travel overtime.

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