Possess exclusive and final authority as to whether or not the aircraft shall proceed to any destination or undertake any flight.
The pilot shall not be overruled by any passenger or executive, nor disciplined for his decision having to do with weather, mechanical condition of the aircraft, or other hazards, and has the final authority on all decisions relating to the operation of the aircraft.
Exercise 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, the Chief Pilot or the Aviation Manager can decide to delay or 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.
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. ... Continue Reading
Pilot education through military or certified program.
Minimum total time 5000 hours, 1000 hours in Jet and at least one Jet type rating required.
Intense focus on safety, compliance, customer service.
Ability to support an on-call schedule and overnight travel.
Currently operating aircraft challenger 300 and falcon 2000LX
Preferred candidate would be already type rated in both aircraft. ... Continue Reading
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