Licensed helicopter pilot who is assigned to Transport and has received orientation to the flight team.
The pilot is responsible for helicopter flight missions requested by. Rotor wing pilots must comply with applicable Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations.
Skillful pilot and IFR qualified. The pilot is directly responsible for all operations pertaining to the safe efficient conduct of the flight from initial dispatch until termination of the flight.
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Completed training to possess at least a Commercial Certificate Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with a Rotorcraft Helicopter and an Instrument rating. An Airline Transport Pilot rating is preferred.
Possess at least a current second class medical certificate, must be current in commercial and instrument flying. The pilot must have successfully completed an approved training program and passed an FAA check ride Part 135 before flying as Pilot In Command on patient missions.
Minimum of 2,000 helicopter flight hours.
Possess a current commercial rotorcraft-helicopter certificate with an instrument rating which will be tracked and verified by Rotor Wing Director of Operations. Possess a current second class medical certificate. ... Continue Reading
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