klm672
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VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Fri Jun 23, 2000 6:29 am

Hi. I use to fly for GeorgiaSE but my FS2K cd got dirty so I couldn't fly so I became VP of GeorgiaSE, but now I never see him so I guess I should find a new VA. I was wondering if there is any good VA's to work for (NOT FLY, SORRY)?
Thanks
KLM672 @ FS2K_Guy@yahoo.com
 
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Fri Jun 23, 2000 9:11 am

Do you know good HTML, or you just want to work as flight coordinator?Just go to http://www.geocities.com/gundu_atlantic/index.htm and apply for any flight coordinator job or the webdesigner job.


Gundu
 
cwapilot
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Fri Jun 30, 2000 9:45 am

Southside Irish...our two teams are the White Sox and whoever plays the Cubs!
 
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Wed Jul 19, 2000 6:46 am

Britannia Virtual

We need someone to open a Orlando HUB page and help with the general running of the site.

http://BritanniaVA.worldzone.net

UK FLY
 
US521
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Wed Jul 19, 2000 9:12 am

US Midwest VA would be glad to hire you. We need a SFO Hub Manager. We'd also be glad if you evr become a pilot again that you could be a pilot. But we'd still be glad just to have u as a staff member.
http://www.usmidwest.gq.nu
 
KUGN
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EuroDirect Network

Wed Jul 19, 2000 11:27 pm

KLM672, join EuroDirect Network.

We have excellent multi-national management team involved in many projects, from fleet selection, aircraft configuration to routing, scheduling and VA alliance management.

We operate modern fleet of 450 aircrafts, on regional, transcon and long haul routes from three divisions - UK & Ireland based in London, Central European based in Frankfurt, and Italy & Malta based in Milan.

We are member of MidMed alliance with by Central Mediterranean Airways, and currently are in code-sharing negotiations with Dove Wings VA.

Feel free to visit us, and if you like, contact us. We could well use help from hard working VA execs, and in return enhance your commercial aviation experiance.

http://www.gascairlines.com/eurodirect/



EuroDirect Network A320-200 enroute to Copenhagen from Frankfurt, Central European Hub



EuroDirect Network A321-100 at Berlin Tegel, arriving from London Heathrow
 
klm672
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Thu Aug 24, 2000 11:46 pm

Hello. Thanks for all your help. Well I got my CD fixed and now I own a VA.
http://www.skyamerica.homestead.com/mainpage.html and we are looking for alliance partners so check us out and e-mail us @ SkyAmerica@yahoo.com and give us your web site fleet, hub and then maybe Idea's for a alliance logo.
(Star Alliance star etc)

SkyAmerica
"Freedom that flys"
 
Lindy
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Fri Aug 25, 2000 5:36 am

I can work for VA on the ground. I got FS 2000 few months ago and I'm still in progress of getting my ATP license. But after sometime I can become pilot for airline which will hire me.


PS-Resume upon request (   )

Rafal
BWIADCA - Nikon D100
 
klm672
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:25 am

Hello Lindy please join us and u can just put that in your comment box @ http://www.skyamerica.homestead.com/mainpage.html and click on join.

SkyAmerica
"Freedom that Flys"
 
Speedo
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Fri Aug 25, 2000 7:40 am

Help i need to now the take off speed on the Concorde ? i haveheard that it is about 400km/h is that trou??
 
Lindy
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RE: Speedo

Fri Aug 25, 2000 9:02 am

Hey Speedo

Here it is:
Concorde Take off speed
V1 approximately 165knots
Vr approximately 190 KIAS
V2 approximately 210 KIAS

Thats what I found in MS Flight Simulator 2000 Professional Edition Pilot's Handbook.

Rafal
BWIADCA - Nikon D100
 
Delta717
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RE: VA To Work For (not Fly)?

Fri Aug 25, 2000 11:01 am

American Airways International is looking for Hub Managers.

Stargazers40@aol.com

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