Key Duties and Responsibilities
To be responsible for the safe operation of the airplane and the safety of its occupants and cargo during flight time.
Ensure that all passengers are briefed on the location of emergency exits and the location and use of relevant safety and emergency equipment.
Ensure that all operational procedures and checklists are complied with, in accordance with the Operations Manual.
Ensure that the weather forecast and reports for the proposed operating area and flight duration indicate that the flight may be conducted without infringing Company operating minima.
Decide whether or not to accept an airplane with unserviceability allowed by the CDL or MEL.
Ensure that the airplane and any required equipment is serviceable and that relevant emergency equipment is serviceable and ready for use.
In the absence of a qualified engineer, ensure airplane refueling is supervised with particular attention being paid to the correct grade and amount of fuel; fuel water checks; fire safety precautions; checking fuel filter caps for security and correct replacement after refueling.
Ensure that before take‐ off and before landing the flight and cabin crew are properly secured in their allocated seats.
Ensure that the pre‐ flight inspection has been carried out.
Ensure that the relevant documents and Manuals are carried and will remain valid throughout the flight or series of flights and be produced, when requested, to a person authorized by the Authority.
Ensure that both crew members and passengers observe the restrictions on smoking. In addition, ensure that no person smokes in the cargo compartment and/or other areas where cargo is carried which is not stored in flame-resistant containers or covered by flame-resistant canvas. ... Continue Reading
Requirements and Qualifications
Familiar with such provisions of the Company Operations Manual as necessary to fulfil his function.
Academic/Preferably holds Diploma in Aviation or Business Administration, preferred educated to a University Degree.
FAA/JAA licenses.ATPL and Valid type rating on Aircraft Type
5000 Minimum Flight Hours in total.
2500 Minimum Multi-Engine Jet flight hours
1000 Hours (Minimum Command on Type)
Accident and violation-free flying
Airline Transport Pilot License Acceptable to GCAA
Successful completion of the Command Course
Valid Instrument Rating
Valid Recurrent Checks
Class 1 Medical
Familiar with relevant UAE and International air legislation and agreed aviation practices and procedures.
English Language Proficiency
VIP flight experience ... Continue Reading
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