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EASA Chief Pilot - Cessna, Piper, Beech - San Diego

American Aviation Academy

EASA Chief Pilot - Various - KSEE

American Av Acad

Pilot Job Details
Requirements * EASA ATPL / FI
* EASA Class 1 Medical

* FAA Second Class Medical

* Min 300 hrs
Restrictions Must be any of the following:

* US citizen
* Green card holder
* Legally able to work in the US on a work Visa

We may provide assistance to help immigrate qualified candidates, but at the sole discretion of the owner.
Notes Candidate looking to start a teaching career at AAA are welcomed. You will find San Diego to have the best weather and airspace as compared to anywhere else in the world. If you decide to join us at AAA, your quality of life and opportunities will be plentiful. This job offers the opportunity to live and work at a well established EASA and FAA flight academy.

The starting pay for the EASA Chief Pilot position is $5,000.00 guaranteed per month. Any further increases will be determined and negotiated based on employment performance after 90 days.
How to Apply Email, Telephone, Online Application Form, In Person
Contact Mr. Tom Hannawa, Owner & Chief Instructor
Mr. Mark Hannawa, Manager

American Aviation Academy Inc.
Gillespie Field
2035 North Marshall Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92020

Tel:  +1 619 992-9551
Hiring Links
EASA Chief Pilot Opening - American Aviation Academy

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