The First Officer will:
Carry out such duties as may be required of him under normal airline practice to assist in the safe and efficient conduct of the flight.
Inform the Pilot in command immediately if he/she believes a flight is being handled improperly or placed in jeopardy.
Pass such messages or orders to crewmembers or outside agencies as instructed.
Ensure the proper use of checklists and completion of appropriate documentation.
Assume command responsibility in the event of incapacitation of the Captain.
Act as a deputy to the Captain in the Captain's absence. ... Continue Reading
QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
First Officers are expected to hold:
A valid Commercial Pilot License (or higher)
A current Class 1 Medical Certificate
A Multi-Engine Instrument Rating
Type Rating ATR
A pass in CAAF recognized ATPL or equivalent, in the subjects Meteorology, Flight Planning, Human Factors and Aircraft Systems.
A minimum of 750 hours of Flight Time including;
500 hours Multi Engine Flight time and
15 hours of Night Flight Time, and
30 hours Instrument Time at least 20 hours of which shall be Instrument Flight Time ... Continue Reading
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