I just started ATP at the end of June and should take my Private checkride in the next week or so. Once upon a time I flew helicopters in the Army National Guard and got my instrument and commercial certificate through the FAA for rotary wing.
Does this technically qualify me for R-ATP minimums? I have 350ish hours in rotary wing. Would those hours count towards the 750 required for the R-ATP? And lastly, would I be considered at R-ATP minimums for a regional FO position, with only 400 hours being fixed wing?
I know not many military pilots are on here but maybe a few of you have some insights. Thanks in advance.