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Airline Captain

Airline experience pilot with 3000+ flying hours, must have type trainings, First level medically fit, FAA/EASA-ATPL (fixed wing/rotor wing) Licensed updated logbook and age must be 30+. Captain in the DASC Job-Masters Program in Pilot.

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Captain job enrollment in airline recruitment center
Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) License with Multi-engine rating, Type rated with experience in A320/A330/A380/B777/B737/B787 aircraft with with a minimum of 3000+ hours of jet experience / First Class Medical / Able to obtain TS Security Clearance / Bachelors Degree / Proficient with MS-Office.


Bachelor's Degree is highly desirable Airline Transport Pilot Minimum of 2,500 hours of total flight experience, preferred Minimum of 400 hours of multi-engine experience, preferred Multi-Engine Turbine Experience (200 hours minimum) Wide body / Narow body aircraft experience is a plus, Current First Class Medical certification FCC Radio Operators Permit Maintain a current passport Applicants must possess the legal right to work in the United States/ Europe and have the ability to travel in and out of the US/EU Understanding of current Federal Air Regulations for the US & Canada and EASA Air Regulations for Europe. Previous corporate aviation experience is preferred.


Airline assessment test/interview will be taken that leads to job.


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Responsibilties


Unit 1:




Unit 2:



  • Ensure that all cargo has been loaded and that the aircraft weight is properly balanced.
  • Start engines.
  • Use cockpit instruments.

Unit 3:



  • Inform passengers if turbulence is worsening.
  • Turn on fasten seatbelt sign.

Unit 4:



  • Communicate with flight attendants and perform crosschecks.
  • Receive takeoff and landing instructions.

Unit 5:



  • Handle flight emergencies.
  • Operate controls and steer aircraft if pilot is incapacitated.

Unit 6:



  • Greet people leaving or coming aboard plane.
  • Check fuel and weather conditions.

Unit 7:



  • Maintain flight schedules and alert ground and crew to possible delays.
  • Take turns flying the plane to avoid fatigue.

Unit 8:



  • Create a flight plan which details the altitude for the flight, route to be taken and amount of fuel required
  • Regularly check aircraft's performance and position.

Unit 9:



  • React to environmental changes and altitudes.
  • Update aircraft logbook.

Unit 10:



  • Note any incidents that occurred during the flight.
  • Ensure noise regulations are followed during take off and landing.

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Employees of aircraft Services Company, aviation company’s staff or any student of aviation. Or anyone who want to continue his/her career in aviation.


Length: 2 Year Contract
Effort: 30-45 hours per week
Salary: £35-65 per hour
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Industry Airline
Type: Pilot Job
Level: Experienced
Language: English
Video-Call/Interview/Test
Assessment:
English

Associated Programs:

Job-Masters®
Program
Airline Pilot

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Prerequisites

School/College-level/University.; and ATP-License + Type rated and good learning, reading and writing skills of English language.

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