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Hmm, not sure exactly what you are getting at here, but I applaud anybody who can dodge the CFII roulette game.

 

But, still confused a bit about what you are asking.

 

Comparing 200 hours and no job/prospects, to 2000 hours and a job

 

I guess it all depends on if you want a job or not. Personally I enjoy flying, so I will go with the choice of having a job.

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200hrs, CFII, no dual given, no job, 1 1/2 years invested into "changing your career"?

 

.....OR

 

2000hrs, ATP, 3 years into your "new career", qualify for nearly every job post...

Except 500 TURBINE, and nowhere to get it!

 

i would go with the 2000hrs option..that will give you a job and if an employer wants you to fly his turbine helicopter, he will / should pay for it.

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With 2000hrs., and an ATP, I could probably hook up with Temsco, or Papillion to get my turbine, :huh: so I would definitly take that one! Since we're in the fantasy world here, however, I'd rather be flying the Space Shuttle, while there's still time. :(

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With 2000hrs., and an ATP, I could probably hook up with Temsco, or Papillion to get my turbine, :huh: so I would definitly take that one! Since we're in the fantasy world here, however, I'd rather be flying the Space Shuttle, while there's still time. :(

 

Temsco, or Papillion require 2000tt ????

 

tesmco wants 1000tt but i don't know about Papillion requirements but i think it was 1000tt as well

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