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  1. We're looking for a pilot with at least a private pilot certificate to join a ferry flight from Oregon to Florida in a Bell 206L-3. You will be accompanied by our chief pilot and all expenses (incl. hotels, food. except flight ticket) will be paid by us. Approx. flight time is 22-25 hours, depending on weather. This time will count towards TT and PIC time, if you're working towards a commercial rating, etc, or just need 206L time to meet insurance requirements. We charge a flat fee of $8,000. We will meet you in Medford, OR (KMFR), where the flight will originate from. Possible dates based on your availability: 04/26 to 04/28/2019 or 05/03 to 05/05/2019 Email me if interested: marco.tremblay47@gmail.com
  2. We're looking for a pilot with at least a private pilot certificate to join a ferry flight from Oregon to Florida in a Bell 206L-3. You will be accompanied by our chief pilot and all expenses (incl. hotels, food. except flight ticket) will be paid by us. Approx. flight time is 22-25 hours, depending on weather. This time will count towards TT and PIC time, if you're working towards a commercial rating, etc, or just need 206L time to meet insurance requirements. We charge a flat fee of $8,000. We will meet you in Medford, OR (KMFR), where the flight will originate from. Possible dates based on your availability: 04/26 to 04/28/2019 or 05/03 to 05/05/2019 Email me if interested: marco.tremblay47@gmail.com
  3. Good morning all, I would like your advice on an issue, especially from the graybeards on the board like Goldy, Mike, Dennis, Francis, et al... The consensus I have seen over the past few years has been consistent and pretty emphatic regarding advanced training, namely: "don't pay for advanced training out of your own pocket, because when you get hired your employer will train you anyway." But what about this scenario: I'm an inexperienced helicopter pilot--approximately 170 hours (50 in R44) and zero turbine time so far, of course. I just completed my commercial rating and am now working on CFI. I have an opportunity in front of me to ferry a Bell 206 LongRanger to Alaska. It would be about 20 hours of flight time, including international border procedures and everything else incidental to a long cross country--in short, a terrific training experience, I think. But I would have to pay my own way, at a reduced rate. Rather than $750/hour for the B206, my share would be paying $250/hour. What do you think? Would you do it, for the chance for the turbine transition training as well as the cross country experience?
  4. Heli Aviation Florida is looking for a Student Pilot who wants to Build Turbine Time on a 20-hours ferry flight, departing in Florida to Oregon in August 15th, 2012. Hourly Price will be $275 an hour. CONTACT US FOR MORE INFO: info@heliaviation-florida.com www.heliaviation-florida.com www.facebook.com/HeliAviationFlorida
  5. Will be positioning a Bell 407 from Tennessee to Idaho in late June. Terrific opportunity to build valuable turbine/cross country/mountain time inexpensively! Approximately 10 - 15 hours of flight time. Cost is $400 per hour. Aircraft will be returning late September for second opportunity. For more information call (804) 226-3400.
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