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Pilot Hiring Requirements

 

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In addition to meeting the following requirements, pilot applicants must meet hour requires as outlined in the table below.

  • Must have a current FAA commercial multi-engine license with instrument rating
  • Must have a current FAA first class medical
  • ATP Written complete
  • Bachelors degree, preferred
  • Graduate of an AABI accredited aviation program, preferred
     

Aircraft

Position

Total Time

Cross-Country (point-to-point)

Night

Instrument

Multi-Engine PIC

Other Requirements

Cessna 402

First Officer/ Second In Command

1,000

250

75

50

50

 

Cessna 402

Pilot In Command

1,200

500

100

75

50

 

Cessna 402

Captain

1,500

500 (50+ NM)

100

75

50

 

ATR 42

First Officer/ Second In Command

1,000

 

 

 

100

Previous FAA Part 121 Experience, Previous Turbine Aircraft Flight Time

ATR 42

Pilot In Command/ Captain

1,500

500 (50+ NM)

100

75

100

 

 

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