Shawn Patrick
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Int'l Airline Pilots: Int'l Lines Of Time

Sun Jan 27, 2002 3:23 pm

I've been wondering what the lines of time (schedules) are for pilots who fly international flights for the major airlines. I know some involve two trips per month, and I've heard that some only fly one trip per month. Are there any more that you know of, or if you are a pilot, what int'l lines of time do you fly?

Thanks

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