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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. COMMERCIAL PILOT/ CFI/ CFII AVAILABLE FOR FERRY FLIGHTS CONTACT : 603 608 5905 Summary: TT helicopter 1052+ hours , Commercial Pilot, Instrument Rated, CFI, CFII, , SFAR 73 CFI Endorsement R22 /R44, Class II Medical, 135 lbs. Single. Flight Experience by Aircraft Type: Piston: 955.5 hrs: Instruction Given: 452.6 hrs R22: 475+ hrs: Instruction Given: 238.9 R44: 394+ hrs: Instruction Given: 209.1 Schweizer: 62 hrs: Instruction Given 35 Bell 47: 21 hrs: Instruction Given: 10 Turbine: 97 hrs Eurocopter AS350 BA 65 hrs Bell UHT1E 1.5 hrs Bell 206 4.8 hrs SA 341 2.4 hrs Twin Turbine: 26.5 hrs Eurocopter EC155B1 12.3 hrs Bell 429 9.3 hrs Eurocopter EC145 4.4 hrs Eurocopter EC135 .5 hrs Flight Experience by Type Cross Country: 327+ hrs Instrument: 122 hrs Night: 59 hrs Night Cross Country: 26.3 hrs Related Aviation Training/ Experience: Flying in the Wires Environment, Edison, NJ, June 2013 Survival Systems Shallow Water Egress Training May 2012. Robinson safety course 2009. CFI Renewal/ Flight Review current to 5/2016; Robinson R22 and R44 Flight Review April 2014; DC SFRA 2011, current. WINGS Phase 1 Basic, 22 courses AOPA/ HAI/ IHST , TSA for Flight Schools 2/2015. Experience with International Flights Education Master of Science, University of Calgary, Geology 1987 Bachelor of Science, with Distinction, University of Toronto, Geology/Geophysics 1983 Mount Holyoke College (transferred after one year) French and Geology 1980 High School Diploma, Hotchkiss School 1979 National Registry Emergency Medical Technician 2012
  3. 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
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