Bought a Cessna 206, filled it up with full fuel and 5 passengers. The flight from KNKX to KLAX took 43 minutes and the pilot, me in this case, but this could be you, brought in $4,145. This isn't bad at all. I deposited my earnings into SoCal Airways.
If you want to join, create an account on http://www.fseconomy.com
" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; if you haven't done so already, go to the groups pages and join SoCal Airways. I will then add your name to the correct fleet groups as dictated by your rank on the pilot cert program. Just shoot me an email with your name, and I will see to it myself your updated.
I'm adding the Cessna 206 to the low performance aircraft fleet, (personally I think low performance doesn't suite the 206, but it's a relatively small single engine piston, so that's where I am sticking it for now.)
If you want to fly the 206, you just need to be up to the I-1 in the pilot certs. There are already a LOT of available runs in SoCal, just look around. The main thing is though, when you create a flight, make sure you select in the Fly for Group box, "SoCal Airways." This way our flights our logged and we can see how we're doing. Pilot pay is set at 100%, so don't worry about losing your money, this is just to keep track of how many flights we're making.
That's all for now.