The Pilot in Command (PIC) has command of, and the responsibility for, the flight crew, passengers, cargo, the SAFE conduct of the flight, and provides guidance and coordinate the activities of every individual connected with all phases of the aircraft operation.
The PIC reports to the Chief Pilot for their certificated proficiency, competency, and currency and to the Director of Maintenance for the condition of the aircraft. Assumes the duties and responsibilities as follows:
Retains the final authority for the safe operation of the aircraft (FAR 91.3).
Completes the required training in our Training Program and successfully passes each of the required tests and flight checks in accordance with guidance in the Administrative chapter of our Training Program.
Maintains at least a current 2nd Class medical certificate as required by Aviation, and notifies the Chief Pilot if a medical (physical or mental) condition may impair their ability to perform a flight.
Maintains either a current FAA ATP or Commercial certificate, with at least Single-Engine Land authorizations. Some pilots must maintain certification for multiengine and IFR authorizations.
Pilots assigned to duty in scheduled passenger-carrying flight operations must complete in-flight operating experience in each assigned make and model of aircraft in accordance with the Qualification curriculum segment of our Training Program. ... Continue Reading
KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS
Knowledge of Operations Manual.
Knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regulations.
Knowledge of Operations Specifications.
Knowledge of Flight Manuals and other instructions pertinent to assigned duties.C207/GA8 PILOT
Commercial Pilot Certificate
500 hours of total time
Second Class Medical Certificate
Minimum 135 pilot in command qualification required ... Continue Reading
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