Ryan Posted July 3, 2003 Report Share Posted July 3, 2003 Had a good chat with a pilot awhile back who had some great info on how the lowtimer can get his neck in the door for that first job. His advice was to pick three or so companies and to keep popping in on a regular basis untill one hires me. Is this a better plan of attack vs going cross country with a resume and showing my face to everyone just once? Sounds like good advice to me but I wanted your input also. Any chief pilots reading this, what do you look for in lowtimers you hire vs the mountain of newbies you turn away? I was thinking of trying to land a ramp job before I begin pilot training. Figured it''s something to put on a resume. Plus, maybe I could go back to the ramp after and wait for a seat to open up. What do you think? Thanks once again for your input gang! Hope I''m not boring ya with all these questions... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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