Ancient cargo 727, night time, middle of the Amazon, no ACARS, no ASD, just a hand held GPS for nav (excuse me, a back-up to pilotage in that area) and a suitcase of cash to pay off crooked ground handlers. A bit more interesting than LBB-ELP.The only thing that bothered me about it though was sometimes it seemed like you had to reinvent the wheel all the time. It was by far the most challenging
I love my job and and take solace in knowing that there's certain things in the domestic world that are rock solid and won't change.
I don't think I necessarily learned how to dispatch better at a Supp, just that I learned about all the nooks and crannies of dispatching that I wouldn't have at a domestic.