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Hello, This is not for a flight contract/in air work. This is paper related work. Required Experience: CFII's/Chief pilots that spent a significant portion of career flying for flight schools Experience creating flight training programs for Part-61 flight schools (IHST/USHST) Understanding of Geo-Location flight school advantages and disadvantages Knowledge of specialized training to include but not limited to: External-load HEMS Fire-Fighting High Altitude Night Over Water Operations Passenger Transport ENG Long-Line Law-Enforcement A plus but not required: Knowledge of Pathway Programs and process If this matches your experience, send your resume to Rudy.Myers26@Yahoo.com with contact information. Put CFII or Chief Pilot in the subject field. Compensation: (negotiable) Contract Duration 10-40 hours Contract Service Provider: Upwork.com (short term contracts) Thank you, Rudy Myers Rudy.Myers26@Yahoo.com
Arthur's record landing at 12 600ft. DA with his turbo Rotorway helicopter. Please watch the attached video with the incredible performance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE21WiP5TUg I did compare 13 modern piston engine helicopter regarding hover performance with maximum take-off weight at high altitude, my Rotorway with my own designed altitude compensation system outperforms all of them . See attachment !
I would like to introduce , my own designed turbocharged intercooled altitude compensation system, on my Rotorway with its incredible performance My helicopter and engine has been completely redesigned to improve the marginal power and reliability of Rotorway. Please watch my short video : Arthur's High Altitude Turbocharged Rotorway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IC5Ow1wrB8 Please also watch : Arthur's Turbocharged X Country Rotorway https://www.youtube.com/watch/v=GbQpDFKZ5Rw Thanks for watching : A proud Rotorway owner
I currently live on the east coast in VA and would like to get some opinions on high altitude flight training. Is it better to take higher altitude training right from the start (ex. a school thats situated closer to the west coast) or will low level work for initial training now and later take a high altitude/mountain flying course?