Fulfills the required designation as Second-In- Command.
Ascertains the aircraft has been loaded and secured for flight as per guidance from Captain.
Exercises proper use of all aircraft check lists at all times.
Prepares and maintains flight logs, charts, reports, etc., as required by the Captain.
Possesses, and keeps current the required licenses and documents for flight(s) to be performed.
Assumes the duties and responsibilities of the Captain (Pilot-in-Command) until the aircraft arrives at the next point of landing in the event the Captain becomes incapacitated in flight.
Other duties as assigned by the Captain, Chief Pilot or the Director of Operations.
Regular attendance is required.
May be required to cover ACMI flying for up to 20 consecutive days out of domicile, per joint collective bargaining agreement. ... Continue Reading
Must have High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED); bachelor's degree preferred.
Must have valid FAA ATP Certificate including Multi-Engine Rating, First Class Medical Certificate and FCC Restricted Radio Permit.
Need the following:
1,500 total hours as a pilot
500 hours of cross-country flight time
100 hours of night flight time
75 hours of instrument time
250 hours of flight time as PIC
When conducting operations for the Company under Part 121, pilot is required to have an appropriate type rating, airplane multi-engine land class rating.
Must have a valid driver’s license.
Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test, 5-year background check, 10-year criminal history check and security threat assessment.
Must be able to travel internationally without restriction.
Prefer turbojet experience. ... Continue Reading
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