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Dual Vs Single Pilot For Turboprop A/c


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#1 julesvern

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Posted 05 March 2010 - 06:43 PM

We are looking for whether or not you fly single or dual pilots for your turboprop ? Would you mind mentioning where you fly and A/C type thanks
Did you change from Dual to single pilot and if so how did you transition your staff?
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#2 ironjohn929

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Posted 18 April 2010 - 09:49 PM

My company, located in western Arizona along the colorado river, flies single pilot in King Air C90's, and 200's on a 12 hrs on, 12 hrs off schedule.
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#3 Macgyver

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Posted 18 April 2010 - 10:23 PM

We are looking for whether or not you fly single or dual pilots for your turboprop ? Would you mind mentioning where you fly and A/C type thanks
Did you change from Dual to single pilot and if so how did you transition your staff?


Virtually all the MEDEVAC operators in Canada now fly dual pilot dual turbine aircraft and have done so for quite some time, mostly S76's and King Airs. Saskatchewan being one of the few to remain SPIFR (King Air 200)
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