Duties and Responsibilities
Daily checks of aircraft parts and equipment prior to flightCheck the weather forecast
In depth knowledge of Canadian and Australian regulations relative to pilot privileges, restrictions and obligations
Possess good knowledge of directions and air routes
Complete flight plans including weather briefing and route planningPlan and adopt the safest route
Monitor the technical processes, instrument panel, fuel consumption and weather condition during the course of flying
Helicopter passenger safety briefing and procedures
Work in coordination with the ground staff and co-pilot
Keep a continuous contact with the ground staff and update on the current helicopter flying conditions like altitude, route and speed
Follow proper radio procedures
Adhere to all Helicopters safety work practices and procedures
Vast knowledge of all operational gear ... Continue Reading
Hold either a Canadian Commercial Pilot License (Helicopter) or Canadian Airline Transport Pilot License (Helicopter) enabling them certification to be able to fly Canadian registered aircraft.
This license must be valid and endorsed for the type of helicopter the pilot is flying.
Must be valid on types BH12 and BH04
Hold specialty tank operations, aerial firefighting experience, fire operations, long-line operations, slinging operations and vertical reference
Have a valid Canadian Medical Certificate Cat 1
Hold a valid radiotelephone operator’s restricted certificate (aeronautical)
Be trained in accordance with Section 6 of Helicopters’ OperationsManual and the training sections of its annexes covering special operations
Hold a Pilot Proficiency Check (PPC) at least once in any twelve (12) monthperiod. The PPC is valid to the first day of the thirteenth month after the date of the PPC
Have an approved Mountain course with more than 500 hours mountain flyingPossess 2000 hours total time and more than 100 hour PIC on each 205 and 212 ... Continue Reading
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