... I was wondering if anybody had any ideas of any other ways to build flight hours? Are their any small cargo lines that don't require 1000+ hours?
Your best bets with such low TT might be traffic watch or flying skydivers. While such operators generally hire in at lower total times, some require 500TT to meet insurance miniums. Here is a list of drop zones in Washington
, where you might find an operator with 182/206s that will hire you. Unfortunately, the hiring for the busy summer season has already past (usually early spring or as soon as the weather is good) but you might get lucky and find an opening. Call the local radio stations and ask who does their traffic reports and inquire too.
You could apply to fly Part 135 freight in another 225 hours, but that is only for a day VFR operation which I can bet you won't find in SEA (or anywhere in the Pacific Northwest for that matter). Ferry pilot might also be another idea, but I'd venture to say most brokers & dealers require a higher TT to meet insurance mins as well.
Here's a page of ideas- http://flightinfo.com/buildtime.htm
I just need to get to 600hr so I can apply at expressjet (Continental Express) which is who I really want to fly for. Any imput no mater how crazy would be great!!
I wouldn't count on getting in at minimums with Express Jet. That is rare these days unless the airline is in bad shape or desperate for pilots and Express Jet is neither. Go to http://www.expressjetpilots.com/
to find out what is competitive there these days.