75 hours minimum they have on this program.
We flew about 85 hours during the year of 2019, however, our ownership transferred back in oct18, but i thought it took until jan19 for the msp transfer/paper work to go through. We would have been alright on the hours if i started in jan19, however, Honeywell back dated the transfer back to our purchased date of the plane or when the previous owner last paid into the msp i think.
So we were short a bit then and had to come up with 3K to cover the min. I guess the extra hours will help out this next year period then.
I believe the individuals whom manage some of these programs don't even understand anything about the aviation field. The young lady whom i was working with and trying to get the transfer program processed last year, couldn't understand that these Commanders didn't have an onboard APU systems. She kept on asking me about getting that system (APU) transferred to the MSP, and i kept telling her that this bird doesn't have an onboard APU! She didnt understand or believe me for some reason; maybe she couldn't understand my strong Wisconsin accent?
Anyways, that next 350 hours can't come soon enough i think to get off this program.