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On 5/11/2018 at 4:35 PM, Winnie said:

Attitude is a lot, heck the company I work for now (no not them), just hired a 100 hour guy. 6 months out of school. Mind you he has something to offer back to the company.

Is he flying or are they just putting his something to offer to full use? There are plenty of guys/girls who got their foot in the door with something to offer that never spun a blade. 

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8 hours ago, shakey said:

Is he flying or are they just putting his something to offer to full use? There are plenty of guys/girls who got their foot in the door with something to offer that never spun a blade. 

Hi there!

 

Yes, they are actually investing time in this said young pilot. 

Cheers

H.

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26 minutes ago, Winnie said:

Hi there!

 

Yes, they are actually investing time in this said young pilot. 

Cheers

H.

That's good to hear. I've seen many a young pilot get used for skills only to be replaced once their skills are no longer needed.

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