Cry of the Wind Posted August 30, 2005 Report Share Posted August 30, 2005 This info is good to know. I was thinking of getting the IFR with my fixed -wing license for cost efficiency (since I do want to fly IFR...that Canadian co-pilot at 500 hours is looking really nice from my perspective, and having met a few of their captains I have few worries about being stuck with a guy who couldn't care less about his left seat talking ballast). Another some what related question from me: Is an airline transport written something I should look about doing before even having enough hours to get one. The 500 hour co-pilot needs an IFR and airline transport written to be completed. Is this useful for any other job? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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