I bought the company I worked for and merged it with another company.
We operate lots of tuboprops and jets. We are across Canada and in the next couple of weeks I`ll take the Ops Manager exam at the new company and assuming I`m successful, I`ll do that job. Sully of all trades, master of none.
Pilatus PC-12 =A bunch. So many. Lots of variants as well.
Beech King Air 200 = 1
Basler DC-3 =3
Citation 550 Citation 2 =2
Citation 560 Citation Ultra = 2
Citation 560 Citation Encore = 1
Citation 560 Excel = 1
Dassault Falcon 20 = 1
Citation 650 Citation 7 = 1
More coming up but obvs we won`t be talking about them until they actually appear on the Operating Certificates.
I gotta say I do love the Pilatuses. Single engine turboprop with a huge cabin that gets the job done? Count me in. I do checkrides a lot, and as part of that I do checkrides on the Pilatuses (Pilatii?) and though I don't fly one, from a distance it comes across as a solid workhorse with a larger cabin than the Citation 560 Ultra or Encore.
That being said, I also enjoy the comfort of 2 turbofan engines. My next course is on the Citation Excel, I'ma go there in early January. The initial course manual is 770 pages and I`ve devoured it all.
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