As a Lead Captain, you’re responsible for operating the aircraftin a safe and sensible manner.
You're a pilot who hones their aviation skillsdaily and cooperates with the crew easily. To do that, you should:
Communicate professionally with crew members and clients at all times. You adapt well to different people and can adjust your workingstyle.
Thrive in changing environments and have the flexibility for priorities that switch instantly. You'll be in a fast-paced environment while on call.
Ambitiously work on being the best pilot you can be. Your coworkers want to do that, too, so you'll fit right in. ... Continue Reading
Total time in all aircraft = 3500 hours/3000 hours as PIC.
Multi-engine time = 3000 hours/2000 hours as PIC.
Total Turbine time = 1750 hours preferred.
Total time in airplane type = 200 hours/100 hours as PIC.
Type rated on G200. Or comparable aircraft.
Valid First Class Medical Certificate. This is required.
Previous Part 135 experience. This is preferred, but not required.
Compliant with ICAO Annex I - 188.8.131.52. As it pertains to aircraft engaged ininternational commercial air transport operations with more than one pilot.
You'll need the ability to obtain and maintain CANPASS authorization for unrestricted travel to/from Canada as a commercial pilot. ... Continue Reading
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