Principal Duties and Responsibilities
The Pilot-in-Command (PIC) is responsible for all aspects of the flight. The PIC may delegate various tasks to the Second-in-Command (SIC) but retains responsibility.
The PIC will obtain and review all-weather and flight planning data pertaining to the flight.
Before each flight, the PIC will determine the airplane is properly loaded and within the center of gravity and gross weight limitations.
Before each flight, the PIC must ascertain the airplane is in airworthy condition. This will be accomplished by performing a physical inspection of the airplane and referring to the aircraft Status Sheet for compliance with the required inspections.
If maintenance was performed, before any further flight, the PIC will receive an airworthiness release from an authorized technician. This release is found in the aircraft Discrepancy Sheet or Shop Order.
When the Captain is notified of a flight assignment by the Flight Coordinator, or other Company Officer with Operation Control authority, he will in turn notify the First Officer and call the FBO with a pull-out time and fuel order.
Assignment of SIC as PF (pilot flying) for a particular leg of the flight will be at the discretion of the PIC.
At the termination of a flight away from base, the Captain will ensure the airplane is secured (i.e., control locks installed, cabin locked, and, if necessary, hangar'd).
Each Crew member will maintain and monitor his/her flight-time and duty-time to ensure compliance and proper qualification specified by CFR § 135 and Operations Manual. ... Continue Reading
See TT hour requirements above
Multi Commercial (ATP preferred)
90 day currency
Clean FAA record
Our Citation 500 Series PIC positions require 2500 hrs total time and 500 hrs multi. ... Continue Reading
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