It is the responsibility of each Line Pilot to insure that all operations involving company aircraft are in compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations, the Operations Manual, and any state or municipal regulation; thus insuring safe, efficient mission completion.
In the event of a conflict, the more conservative regulation will apply, except where the current FAA Operations Specifications for authorize otherwise.
The Pilot-in-Command of the aircraft has authority concerning matters of flight safety and aircraft operation in accordance with federally mandated regulations and the Company Operations Manual.
The Pilot-in-Command has Operational Control Authority as well as final authority as to the safe operation of the aircraft. ... Continue Reading
Summary of Essential Job Functions
Operate the aircraft in a safe and efficient manner, with emphasis on compliance with the Aircraft Flight Manual and applicable FARs.
Submit all appropriate paperwork in a neat and timely manner.
The pilot will accept duty only when he/she is in compliance with Flight and Duty Time Regulations.
He will further present him/herself rested and medically fit for flying.
Report any major malfunctions, aircraft damage or injured personnel to Operations in the most expeditious manner.
Present him/her self in a neat and professional manner while carrying out their duties within the company.
Actively promote the company’s public relations image. He/she will provide the customer with courteous, efficient, and safe service.
Refer any questions from media personnel through the base managers to company operations. This excludes normal questions of a PR nature.
Wash, wax, and clean aircraft as needed.
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