Ahh,good old Pegasus...I am glad that the civil aviaiton in Turkey mada a giant leap forward in the past 2 years and (hopefully)growing strong.
I spend 4 years in that company until I couldnt take anymore of spending 5 days of the week away from home in summers and spending 2 month intervals around african deserts in the winters.If only I knew that more domestic success will bring more time at home in the evenings.Oh well I am happy where I am now.
The only think that I am concerned novadays isl ots of companies are ordering huge amounts of brand new airplanes and we dont have a source that strong to supply enough number of pilots for them.(Bahadar do you remember when we talked about pluses and minuses of having an aviaiton career in Turkey?Thats exactly the time now,after a long time "pilots" became valuable again)
OnurAir is also trying to restore its reputation by retiring the old A300B4s and replacing them with 300Rs,I also like the new paint job and all leather interiors.Hope the best for all of them,I hope they all go strong and no pilot has to make sacrifices anymore to keep their jobs in the future...WING
:A little tickle for Gokmengs; Q:6 kasýmla 28 kasým arasýnda ne fark vardýr?
A:Birinde 6 gol diðerinde 6 puan fark attýk
Gerçekleri Tarih yazar,Tarih 6-0'ý da yazar.