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Heavy Jet

TriJet

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Captain (NY) 7/22

Position is located in New York, New York.

Responsibilities: The primary responsibility of the Captain is the direct control and the final authority as to the operation of the assigned company aircraft. The primary role is as the Pilot-in-Command, which includes the safe and efficient ground and in-flight control of the aircraft, while meeting our customer’s expectations, complying with FAA regulations, and adhering to department operating procedures.

The incumbent must assure the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft on all trips, while managing communication and coordination with the assigned crew, dispatch, maintenance and administration. Additionally, he/she must ensure the success and improvement of the entire department through active participation and involvement in operational issues/projects. The Captain must also maintain a thorough knowledge of aircraft systems and procedures through company provided recurrent training and self-study. He/she will analyze and comprehend industry, regulatory and Company procedures, regulations, policies, and codes of conduct.

Required Qualifications: Incumbent must have a minimum of 10 years experience in Corporate Aviation, including 5 years experience flying heavy aircraft. He/she must have 3 years experience flying Gulfstream aircraft, an Airline Transport Pilot license, and maintain a First Class Medical.

Must have strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills in working in a team environment, previous experience in working with outside vendors within the business aviation community, current and historical knowledge of business aviation issues and technology enhancements available in this industry, 4 year Bachelor degree is preferred. With additional consideration given for continuing education, thorough understanding of dispatch and maintenance functions and their impact on corporate flight operations.

For more information or apply online, visit www.americanexpress.com/jobs and enter 53481BR in the keyword field. Please include your email address and daytime telephone number. All applicants must complete an online profile to be considered for the position. Don't forget to mention AvCrew.com when applying.

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What exactly is considered "heavy aircraft" in the corporate world? I personally wouldn't call a GV as a heavy (if that's what they're talking about)
 

semperfido

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in the corp world it would be. it doesn't translate to the traditional technical definition of a "heavy". they simply want someone that has flown larger aircraft--whether it be military, airline, or bigger type corp aircraft like gulfstreams, challengers, etc. it could have been worded better. you have to read between the lines. they have gulfs and go on long trips.
 
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TriJet

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No, it doesn't!
 
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