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How are they to work for?  I‘m guessing with their lower time minimums they are a company that one can go through to break into the powerline world?  Is this true?  Are they worth flying for or are they just a conpany that pilots use as a stepping stone?  Do they have a regular schedule?

For 5000 hour guy with no powerline or longline experience how does one beak into the powerline world?  I know Haverfield trains but I’m told they’re schedule is non existant.