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Looking To Fly For A VA

Wed Jun 07, 2000 12:05 pm

Hey everyone. I'm looking to fly for a VA for about two months out of this summer. Can anyone give me info on a VA I can fly for? I would only be able to fly during this summer and I don't mind which aircraft they fly. Thanks.
 
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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Wed Jun 07, 2000 1:08 pm

www.oceanicva.com They are the best!!! I'm a pilot for them and I love it!!
 
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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Wed Jun 07, 2000 3:56 pm

Try http://www.geocities.com/gundu_atlantic/index.htm .I fly for tghem and they are great!
 
BigGiraffe
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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Wed Jun 07, 2000 8:02 pm

Sunair Express is excellent. www.sunairexpress.com
 
US521
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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Thu Jun 08, 2000 8:36 am

US Midwest is the Midwest's premier VA. With Hubs in CLE, PIT, SFO, and SIN. We have all the planes and routes to serve your needs.
http://www.usmidwest.gq.nu
Email: USMidwest@yahoo.com
 
klm672
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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Thu Jun 08, 2000 10:01 am

How about GeorgiaSE @ www.gaseva.cjb.net ?
Now 2 download the DC-8 and 717. I am VP.
Have fun in the VA world.

P.S. If u have the zone I am Dizzy_777 and the CEO of GeogiaSE is GeorgiaSE_CEO if u like to contact him.
 
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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Sun Jun 11, 2000 9:30 am

If you would like to fly L1011-600s or 727s, Fly for American Airways International. We are a newest established Virtual Airline. http://www.geocities.com/ccdj747400

Thanks!
 
Conor Clancy
CEO of American Airways International
"Patriotic"
 
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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Mon Jun 12, 2000 11:03 am

Clear Skies Air
(Virtual Airline)

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(ClearSkiesAir@AOL.com)



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What Our Manager's Say About Clear Skies Air

I have always dreamt about becoming a pilot for a commercial airline. Flying above the clouds with the control of the aircraft at the tip of my fingers always sounded nice to me. But unfortunately I do not have to time nor the money to get my license as of now. I was informed about Virtual Airline's by my friend Chris Sipala. I then decided that I would start my own Virtual Airline over the Internet. Then became the birth of Clear Skies Air, in-which it continues to grow stronger by the day.

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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Tue Jun 13, 2000 4:55 am

Try Palmetto Virtual Airline. http://www.angelfire.com/fl3/palmetto this is a great airline to fly for. They offer almost everything you need to fly. Including Flight Plans for every flight and ATC adventures for all flights as well. Come check us out, we are always looking for pilots.

Kevin Malloy  
-President & CEO Palmetto Virtual Airline
-Palmetto_Air@mail.com
http://www.angelfire.com/fl3/palmetto
 
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US Midwest

Sun Jun 18, 2000 6:37 am

Hello, I am the president of US Midwest VA. We are looking for pilots. We are a very personable airline with a very friendly and helpful staff. The airline is run by future ATP's (we hope) and we try to make it as realistic and fun as possible. We hope you will consider us and hope to see you in the near future! Happy Flying!

-Pat Smith
President and CEO
US Midwest Airlines

http://www.usmidwest.gq.nu

"Who you fly is your business. How you fly is ours." USMidwest VA
This Website Censors Me
 
G-KIRAN
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RE: Looking To Fly For A VA

Thu Jun 22, 2000 1:44 am

Try British Airways virtual-www.bavirtual.co.uk
and
virtual Qantas-www.msnhomepages.talkcity.com/Boomerst/vqa
I'm a member of both.

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