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Killianaero

First job as an Airline Pilot

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Hello everyone,

10 years after my first flight on a Dr221, here's now a video of my first flight on a Beech 1900D as my first commercial pilot job !
I hope you'll enjoy it ! And be happy to read if you have any tips to improve my videos ! Thanks.

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Congratulations!!!!

 

My Dream, now scheduled for next incarnation... One should never stop Dreaming...

 

Well, that really looks great, and flying a 1900D for real should feel .... WOW!!! Not all of the automation and stabilization of a modern Airbus, so, a good mix of high technology with necessarily prompt and good flying skills, specially with weather...

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Wow awesome, wish ya all the best. Some of us can only dream even to fly a glider , but as Jose says "One should never stop Dreaming".

 

Fly high.

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Congratulations mate,I'm still stuck in the trying to get to 1500 hours boat lol.

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One of the King Airs I teach is the 1900. (I know technically it is the Beechcraft 1900 Airliner and not a King Air.) Good to see these old gals still flying as here in the U.S. the RJs have all but displaced them to short haul cargo, executive and military operations.  

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my first flight on a Beech 1900D as my first commercial pilot job

 

Very nice video.

 

For me it was DC-3s flying night freight. No autopilot or GPS, just ADF and VOR. :smile:

 

Good luck in your career.

 

blaustern

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Very nice video.

 

For me it was DC-3s flying night freight. No autopilot or GPS, just ADF and VOR. :smile:

 

Good luck in your career.

 

blaustern

Thanks, by the way, one of our B1900D don't have autopilot :)

You're lucky to have flown on the DC3 !!

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Great video and congrats, b utility I find the music too intrusive, as with many similar videos. Personally, the only music I need to hear is provided by the engines...☺

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