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Captains - Falcon 20

Kalitta Charters

Captains - Falcon 20

Kalitta Charters

Pilot Job Details
Requirements Falcon 20 PIC Requirements:

* Falcon 20 type rating 
* Total time 2000+ hours
* Multi-Engine 1000+ hours
* Falcon PIC time 500+ hours

ALL pilots must hold the following valid/unexpired documents:

* FAA Pilot License (With appropriate licenses or type ratings)
* First Class Medical
* Driver’s License
* FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit
* US Passport

The successful candidate must be a highly motivated team player with a strong work ethic. Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs. and willing to help load and unload aircraft as necessary. Candidates will be evaluated on attitude and safe, professional operation of aircraft and must exhibit strong interpersonal service skills.

All candidates must also be able to pass an extensive background check.

PLEASE SEE Job Opening Link below for more information.
Restrictions * Must hold FAA Professional Pilot License / Medical.
* Must be legally entitled to live and work in the USA.
* Must hold US Passport.
How to Apply Online Application - see below
Contact Kalitta Charters
Human Resources Department
843 Willow Run Airport
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
Hiring Links
Falcon 20 Captain Opening - Kalitta ChartersFalcon 20 Captain Opening - Kalitta Charters

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  • PLEASE RE-READ THIS JOB POSTING – specifically the Experience, Docs, and Citizenship Requirements before you apply.
  • DO NOT APPLY & DO NOT CONTACT this carrier unless you meet all Requirements/Minimums they ask for. No Exceptions.
  • PCC DOES NOT ALLOW employers to ask for money from pilots. Contact us immediately if you are asked to pay to register, etc.
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