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    Sierra Pacific Airlines

    Found this Aug. 25th ad for B737 captain at Sierra Pacific Airlines. I don't recall hearing of them before although Flightaware shows activity yesterday.

    What kind of flying do they do ? Googled around a bit but didn't see anything recent info-wise.


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    Been around for a few decades operated CV-580 and B-737...were the "founding fathers" for Morris Air...now SWA...sports team charters, fire fighting crews etc...etc...nice folks... homestyle airline
    One of the most useless things in aviation is a 25yr old flight attendent on top of a 50yr old Captain...but I find it quite useful I must say...

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    I see their 737-200's all the time in TUS. I wondered if they do some stuff for the GOV too.
    I find stereotypes a real time saver...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mesaserf View Post
    I see their 737-200's all the time in TUS. I wondered if they do some stuff for the GOV too.

    most likely...Tucson is their home base...
    One of the most useless things in aviation is a 25yr old flight attendent on top of a 50yr old Captain...but I find it quite useful I must say...

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