- Location: Greybull, Wyoming , United States
- Position: Captain
- Job Type: Corporate, Charter
Flight Time Requirements Snapshot
- Total Flight Time: 2000
- Pilot In Command: 1000
- Turbine PIC: N/A
- Multi Engine: 500
- Actual Instrument: 75
The pilot in command of an aircraft is at all times directly responsible for, and is the final authority as to, the operation of that aircraft.
Prior to flight, each pilot in command is responsible for familiarizing himself with all available information concerning that flight, including aircraft status as well as flight information.
Duties and Responsibilities
Plans flight assignments and obtains briefing information regarding purpose of the flight, weather, operating procedures, and special instructions.
Prepares or supervises preparation of the flight plan considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weight, cruise control data, airport facilities, and navigational aids.
Ensures all required documentation, including aircraft documents, load manifest/dispatch, operations manual, aeronautical charts, etc. are on board the aircraft.
Ensures the aircraft is pre-flighted, inspected, loaded, equipped, and manned for the assigned flight.
Inspects or supervises the inspection of engines, fuselage and control surfaces for mechanical and structural soundness.
Verifies communications and navigational equipment is functioning properly.
Supervises loading and distribution of cargo and passengers and determines that weight and balance is within prescribed limitations.
Ensures cargo is properly secured and provisions for passenger comfort and emergency equipment such as life rafts, life vests (as required) are on board.
Files FAA flight plan or provide appropriate information to the Comm. Center for the purpose of flight following.
Operates aircraft at a favorable altitude, considering turbulence, oxygen requirements, passenger comfort, etc.
Ensures all required flight logs, records, and maintenance forms are properly completed and submitted.
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►An Airline Transport Pilot certificate with an airplane category rating.
►A minimum of 2000 hrs of flight time with 1000 hours PIC airplane, including at least 500 hrs of multi-engine, 500 cross-country flying, 100 hrs of night flight time, and 100 hrs of actual or simulated instrument time, at least 75 hrs of which were in actual flight.
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