Red Panda
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R U Engineer, Marketer, Pilot, FA, Signal Guy?

Sat Nov 18, 2000 2:39 am

We all know that everyone's here is aviation enthusiast, but who you really are? Tell us about your professions and expertise. For myself, I am a Commerce undergraduate, so I tend to pay more attention on a/c manufacturers' and airlines' marketing strategies and their business environment. I am also concerned about how airlines can meet the market demand. [marketing decisions incl. what kind of a/c should be used for a particular route etc.]

If you are an ENGINEER, you may focus more on some technical data.

Just tell us who you are, and what aspect interests you the most in aviation.

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RE: R U Engineer, Marketer, Pilot, FA, Signal Guy?

Sat Nov 18, 2000 3:40 am

I'm an airline pilot/aviation nerd.
 
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RE: R U Engineer, Marketer, Pilot, FA, Signal Guy?

Sat Nov 18, 2000 6:49 am

Pilot..Flight Instructor for Flightline Group, Tallahassee and also a right seat pilot for some of their charter stuff. Im shooting for the airlines...right now i have 291.5 hours and am 19, with 50 multi-engine and 12 turbine in a DC-10. I figure i have a pretty good shot. Id like to get on with Express I in Memphis at first, then Northwest as soon as possible afterwards. I was talking with some of the pilots and they are getting rid of the props and going all to CRJ's which makes me very happy.
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RE: R U Engineer, Marketer, Pilot, FA, Signal Guy?

Sat Nov 18, 2000 7:07 am

hey im not calling you a liar but how are you flying charter stuff with out any college time? also when did you first start flying? and where did youg et the dc-10 time? I think its pretty cool  sorry if it seems so up front i just wanted to ask 
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RE: PilotAllen

Sun Nov 19, 2000 4:55 am

To PilotAllen,

are you talking to me? this is the host of the topic. Yes, I am an undergraduate. Why it is not possible that an undergraduate is an aviation enthusiast? Is there any tradeoff btwn students and aviation enthusiasts? I travel in summer only. Students cannot travel?!

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RE: R U Engineer, Marketer, Pilot, FA, Signal Guy?

Sun Nov 19, 2000 5:00 am

Not old enough to be a pilot but I love to use FS 2000 !!
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