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Everything About AirNet Systems

Sat Mar 23, 2002 4:59 pm

Hello guys!

I would like to get some information about AirNet Systems!

How many aircraft do they have in there fleet? I know they fly Lears, Cessna 208's and Piper's.

I would like to find out there routes all over the USA and elsewhere.

Do they fly there C208's Cargomasters single pilot or 2 pilots?

This photo has only 1 pilot


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And this one has 2:


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I would appreciate some info here.

-Dmitry  Smile
 
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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Sat Mar 23, 2002 10:58 pm

http://www.airnet.com/

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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Sun Mar 24, 2002 1:03 am

They're based in CMH.



They have 120 aircraft:

Learjet 35
Learjet 25
Caravan Super Cargomaster
Piper AeroStar
Piper Navajo Chieftain
Beechcraft Baron
Cessna C-310
 
jabpilot
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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Sun Mar 24, 2002 2:28 am

From BUR, they operate the following flights with the Lear 35.

Starcheck 401 @ 10:15pm to CMH.

Starcheck 301 arrives @ 7:30am from Denver (APA).

Evening flight @ 7:15pm to PHX.

These operate Monday-Friday.

Jeff

 
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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Mon Mar 25, 2002 7:03 pm

Thank-You guys! Didn't know they were that big. Can't imagine what those C-310's are used for? They are quite small for taking a lot of cargo.

-Dmitry
 
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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Tue Mar 26, 2002 12:07 am

The freight consists mainly of cancelled bank checks for the federal reserve and time critical medical shipments. The explanation for the 2 pilot caravan may lie in the fact that they were running an SIC program for prospective pilots who had less than the commercial IFR minimum flight time requirements even though the 208s require only 1 pilot. It has something to do with the company's ops specs allowing them legally to use SICs in single pilot aircraft. The caravans are very recent additions to the fleet.
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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Tue Mar 26, 2002 4:50 am

Thanks for making that clear.

-Dmitry
 
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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Wed Mar 27, 2002 9:01 am

Hey guys, Aaron here.


Thanks for posting my photos as reference..hehe

I work for AirNet and everything that Falcon Flyer said is what we do. Oh the second person in the Caravan was not a First officer or a Pilot in Training, rather our Hazmat training lady, hitching a ride to OMA then on to STP. The Caravans always fly Single pilot. Employees of AirNet can ride in the jump seat of the aircraft at no-cost, just like Fedex employees can. I actually just got back from PHX today.

Http://www.denverspotting.com Has some of my photos there. I have a bunch more.


Later guys,

Aaron Mandolesi
 
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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Wed Mar 27, 2002 9:11 am

Great Pics Aaron!

What's your camera?

Love those night shots.

We see your Lears up here in YHM nightly.

Cheers!
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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Wed Mar 27, 2002 9:40 am

Hey there, Aaron again.


I use the Sony Dsc-F707 for my shots, and with this camera, night results are outstanding.

I use a 5, 10, and 30 secs exposure for my night shots.. Depending on lighting is the exposure i use.


Thanks for the comments. More to come, as I just uploaded a few more, watch out for them.


Later.


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RE: Everything About AirNet Systems

Thu Mar 28, 2002 1:28 am

Well, another shot has been uploaded.

Again on N102AN, this time I shot it without the lights on.


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Later.


Aaron

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