Pilots shall be familiar with and follow instructions that pertain to their duty position contained in the company
General Operations Manual, Operations Bulletins, and other instructions pertinent to his duties. In addition, the
Pilot will be responsible for the following:
1. Upon assignment of the flight, ensure that they are legally and adequately rested.
2. Completion of preflight preparation as required, ensuring aircraft and load are ready for departure 15
minutes prior to scheduled departure time.
3. Completing training as assigned by management.
4. Completion of all checklists.
5. Performing all standard radio contacts and position reports when piloting the aircraft.
6. Perform other duties as directed by the Chief Pilot.
7. Assist in escorting, enplaning, and deplaning of passengers during the boarding and deplaning process.
8. Monitor Fuel Servicing of your aircraft under your control.
9. Report to work a minimum of one hour prior to departure for each scheduled and charter flight.
10. Be available for their normal duty assignment and occasionally work outside of it as operationally required
to meet company needs.
11. Build an organizational culture in which passion for continuous improvement is innate ... Continue Reading
The pilot will be qualified through training, experience, and expertise and will meet the qualification standards
contained in 14 CFR Part 61 Subpart F or G, and will have a full understanding of aviation safety standards and
safe operating practices contained in Title 14 CFR (FARs (1),(23),(25) (67),(91),(135), company Operations
Specifications, all appropriate maintenance and airworthiness standards, and contents of company manuals. ... Continue Reading
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