The Pilot-In-Command exercises primary responsibility for the initiation, continuation, diversion, and termination of all flights in compliance with the provisions of applicable Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and this Flight Operations Manual.
However, the Pilot-In-Command, Chief Pilot, Aviation Manager or the Learjet Fleet Manager can decide to delay or to divert any flight which cannot operate or proceed safely in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Federal Air Regulations (FARs) and this Flight Operations Manual.
The Captain (Pilot-In-Command) is required to maintain the professional competence and control of the assigned crew and aircraft in compliance with Company and government rules and regulations to ensure optimum safety, security, efficiency, and passenger comfort.
The Pilot-in-Command (PIC) is accountable for the safe conduct of assigned flights. Specific duties include:
•Checking weather, all applicable NOTAMs where available, and determining fuel, oil and oxygen requirements;
•Determining the aircraft weight and balance;
•Ensuring that all flight planning requirements have been met;
•Ensuring that aircraft crew members have valid licenses, medical certificates, passports and visas if and when required;
•Completing an aircraft pre-flight inspection before each departure;
•Briefing the passengers in accordance with the requirements specified in our Standard Operating Procedures under Passenger Brief pg. 23;
•Operating the aircraft in accordance with operator procedures and aircraft limitations;
•Ensuring compliance with customs, immigration and cabotage laws;
•Updating Maintenance with arrival times when intended landings are at US bases;
•Completing all post flight duties, including notification to the company of any deviation from the planned itinerary or overnight location;
•Recording flight times and aircraft discrepancies;
•Sharing knowledge with SIC, coaching; and
•Any other duties assigned by their manager ... Continue Reading
•Meets all FAA requirements to serve as Pilot-In-Command
•Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with English Proficiency Endorsement in that category aircraft
•Minimum of 4,000 hours flight time
•Minimum of 2,000 hours in multi-engine time
•Minimum of 2,000 hours pilot-in-command time
•Minimum of 1,000 hours pilot-in-command multiengine turbine time
•Meet all currency requirements regarding instrument flight time and night landings prior to flying any required trips.
•Be able to pass an instrument competency check in the category of aircraft to be flown.
•2 years previous experience operating business or airline flying
•First Class FAA Medical Certificate (renewed annually/semi-annually if Int’l qualified) ... Continue Reading
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