Enhance ownership experience by providing product expertise on systems, avionics and flying characteristics.
Clearly and effectively communicates with the owner regarding Pilot-In-Command responsibilities, standards of safe operations, and efficient methods of aircraft utilization.
III.Possesses a solution-driven mindset and willingness to explore all avenues on the path to resolution.
Performs preflight and post flight inspections to evaluate aircraft flown for mechanical and cosmetic discrepancies and accurately communicates with the applicable Service Facility to maintain the highest possible standards of quality and safety.
Ensure that aircraft flown are scheduled for required inspections. Ensures that the aircraft are certified to MNPS/RVSM/RNP Standards to meet all travel requirements, both domestic and international.
Understand and provide input to the aircraft flight schedule while continuously monitoring flight activities to ensure flights are conducted within the guidelines set forth in the operations manual such as crew duty limits and rest requirements, runway lengths and weather minimums. Will warrant that safety of operations is paramount with each flight.
VII.Maintains familiarity with all applicable FAA and ICAO regulations. Complies with all regulations and local operating procedures.
VIII.Ensures training and flight currency for all phases of operations.
Attends training as required.
Training will include: Initial and recurrent aircraft training, emergency procedures training, crew coordination training, international procedures training and other training as deemed necessary by Owner.
Performs vital day-to-day department management duties such as maintaining aircraft flight logs, updating aircraft navigation equipment, obtaining current electronic and hard-copy documents required for flight, and performing storeroom duties and light aircraft cleaning. ... Continue Reading
AIRCRAFT: 2020 Cessna Citation CJ3+525B
PILOT IN COMMAND REQUIREMENTS:
ATP, ME, Type rated, 4000TT PIC, 2500ME, 1000TJ, 200MM and has successfully completed and passed the Manufacturer's approved Ground and Flight school in the make and model during the twelve months preceding the flight involved. ... Continue Reading
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