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But, as he seemed to have finally accepted, it was becoming too difficult, too complex, to do reasonably—probably had been that way for a long time.
And, as he and Ferno both indicated, it was taking his entire life being wrapped around the business for him to keep up and do it all.
But, with 800 employees, the works have just gotten a bit beyond the shirt-pocket-checklist method, and Jim Tweto isn’t interested in going there. It would be impossible for most of us to do our jobs nowadays without our computers.
Some jobs, like my own, simply would not exist to be done without the Internet.
He does not seem like the kind of man who can just sink into retirement and put his feet up.
Well, he does have his cabin project—not a small project—but he was the top dog at Era for a lot of years.
Typically, the final contestant then gets a proposal.
After three years of showing fans what life is like in Unalakleet, running the largest regional airline in Alaska, the Tweto family said goodbye to life on the small screen and, perhaps, Era Alaska, as well.
It was nice, family-friendly, entertaining and a learning experience, all wrapped up in one Friday night package.“Just because you start something and it gets bigger, doesn’t mean you are qualified to run that anymore,” Jim said of his flying empire. No, it seems that he is as singularly knowledgeable and qualified as any one person could be.Rather, Jim is just the kind of man who likes to run things, as Ariel suggests, on a piece of paper he keeps in his shirt pocket.So, he’ll have to find out what his happy medium is.Era Alaska started as a single operation by Jim and Ferno. Well, it’s not so much that Jim Tweto is “unqualified” to run Era Alaska at this point.