Inspect the parts/equipment and technical functions of the helicopter before flying.
Check the weather forecast and air pressure before flying.
Possess good knowledge of directions and air routes.
Make flying check-list and plans.
Plan and adopt the safest route while flying.
Monitor the technical processes, instrument panel, fuel consumption and weather condition during the course of flying.
Brief passengers on the safety rules and precautions to be taken during emergency.
Work in coordination with the ground staff and co-pilot.
Keep a continuous contact with the ground staff and update on the current helicopter flying conditions like altitude, route and speed.
Manage emergency situation with caution and safety.
Trained to perform safe landing and take-off.
Evaluate the performance of the helicopter and take corrective actions on the areas which require improvement.
Keep a check on the schedule of future assignments.
Target the right places during rescue operations or military operations.
Keep record and prepare report on the flight status.
Qualifications & Experience;
Type Rated and Qualified as Captain on Leonardo AW- 39 Helicopter with a valid ATPL (H and Instrument Rating (IR issued by an ICAO Member State
Valid Class One Medical Certificate
Holding current license of AW 139.
ICAO English Proficiency Level 4 or above and
Minimum Flying Hours Requirement
Total flight time (Multi-engines Helicopter 3 000 hours
1 500 hours as PIC with 1 200 hours in multi-engines and 1 0 hours PIC on type
Minimum 5 0 hours offshore experience.
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