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seems like i'm the only one here from quebec...

but any way, a did my training at canadian, and just have good thaughts .

great trainer whith lots of experiences. that will pull you a rank over many...

 

i'm still a newbie here but i have a quetion for you H56, are you really flying the crane?

how thid you get in there (really curious).

for me i'ts the ultimate job. as a low timer, what would be the right path for me to get in there to one day???

cheers

 

 

Experience, experience, and more experience. Some (working here) would debate, if its the ultimate job.....but again, its what you make of it :rolleyes:

 

Seriously though, you will defenitely need twin experience along with lots of vertical reference time.....the lowest time pilot we hired on this side of the border had/has over 7,600 hrs with 5,000 of that logging on mediums prior......he was/is an exceptional lower time pilot. Most of the guys here are in the 15,000 to 20,000 hr range.

Cheers, H56

thank you much MR H56 for this info that i will keep in mind...

I HAD SEND YOU THE SAME TYPE OF QUESTION BY MESSAGE. dont be surprised i'm still experimenting the site...

what could be the major fact about poeple debating on the ultimate job(for me)

cheers

 

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I am just wondering what school all of you became pilots at and who was your flight instructor.

 

I went to Millenia Helicopters In Grande Prairie, Alberta

And Rick Erdmann was my instructor

what did you think of rick and be honest , because i am not sure what to think.

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ya....and i am taking that bike and the missus and headed south for a couple weeks. highlites:

 

monument valley, grand canyon, hoover dam(maybe), route 66 into LA then south to san diego, cruisin' the beaches northward with a stop at the rat's kingdom to meet up with the nieces then ride the #1 all the way back home.........

 

:punk: :punk: :punk: :punk:

 

oh, and yes....i see hl56 and a crane....i'll stop in. :up:

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Wow, where should I start....

 

Initial and Night rating ('01-'02) at the Canadian school in Buttonville. Flew with Craig, Andri, Sebastian, Jacques, and Kirk. Some recurrent with Marco, and started my 44 rating with Brian. 500 rating at Silverline with Martin Sachs, AStar at the Canadian School in Qubec with Danny Ricard, Martin Massicotte, and Daniel Lacasse. Then treked to the states to do my US commercial at Civic in Carlsbad, CA. THEN to the Canadian school in Penticton for the Mountain Course with Jacques Giard.

 

Wish I got a job sooner than I did. I only just started flying 7 months ago..........better late than never I suppose. :-D

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Wow, where should I start....

 

Initial and Night rating ('01-'02) at the Canadian school in Buttonville. Flew with Craig, Andri, Sebastian, Jacques, and Kirk. Some recurrent with Marco, and started my 44 rating with Brian. 500 rating at Silverline with Martin Sachs, AStar at the Canadian School in Qubec with Danny Ricard, Martin Massicotte, and Daniel Lacasse. Then treked to the states to do my US commercial at Civic in Carlsbad, CA. THEN to the Canadian school in Penticton for the Mountain Course with Jacques Giard.

 

Wish I got a job sooner than I did. I only just started flying 7 months ago..........better late than never I suppose. :-D

 

holy ATM machine! :blink:

how many bank cards did you go through? :punk:

 

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