Turboprop Jobs

Texas Turbines C-208B Supervan Pilot

SkyDance SkyDiving in Davis, CA is looking for a Texas Turbines C-208B Supervan pilot for a minimum performance period of May 15 - Aug 31. We operate skydiving 8am-sunset, Thursday-Monday every week with occasional midweek jobs. Other duties include light maintenance, fueling, ground handling, and flying our demonstration team in a C-172. This is the peak summer season and would be a good position for a pilot already experienced in this aircraft. Minimum experience: 1000hrs total, 25 in type and flying jumpers. Any training or checkout required needs to be completed before May 15. Payscale varies depending on experience and amount of training required.

Please email Chris@SkyDanceSkyDiving.com with your resume and references.

Caravan Jump Pilot

CPI (Connecticut Parachutists Inc.) is looking for a pilot for their Cessna Caravan from April 1st - November 1st. Minimum hiring requirements are a Commercial Certificate, a 2nd Class Medical Certificate and 1000 hours total time. Preference will be given to pilots with 50 hours of Caravan time, but if you do not, we are willing to train the right candidate. Please only send your resume if you meet the minimum requirements to jobs@SkydiveCT.com

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Chief Pilot

Chief Pilot - Revolution Flight

Position Type: Full-time
Primary Location: Huntsville, AL
Travel: Up to 50%

Job Description:
The primary purpose of the position is to ensure
organizational effectiveness (primarily of our survey pilot group) and asset
management/scheduling to satisfy both internal and external needs. Working closely with
Revolution’s Executive Management Team, the position will also contribute to the development
and implementation of organizational strategies, workflows, and best practices. By doing so,
the Chief Pilot will help ensure the organizational effectiveness of the Geospatial Operations
group and help maintain client satisfaction.

● Serve as the primary point of contact for Revolution’s pilot group. Proactively
communicate with pilots in the field by encouraging best practices, evaluating
performance, and providing timely/actionable feedback.
● Set monthly pilot schedule per Revolution’s Scheduling Guidelines. Coordinate
resources (both aircraft and staffing) with the appropriate groups to eliminate/minimize
downtime by forecasting known/planned maintenance events and personnel schedules.
● Facilitate monthly pilot meetings at scheduled intervals.
● Develop and implement robust training programs for our pilots, including new pilot
training, ground school, indoc, and manuals, for both in-house and in-field training.
● Help create/maintain pilot performance management system.
● Assist in the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring process of new flight staff.
● Act as PIC on an as-needed basis.
● Expected to become proficient with various versions of GIS software, including TrackAir,
RAWQV viewer, Subflight Shopper, and Google Earth Pro.
● Serve as secondary support for certain key clients by participating in regularly scheduled
meetings and monitoring and communicating with internal and external stakeholders via
various communications platforms.
● Develop and maintain strong client relationships through consistent and transparent
● Model dedication and commitment to our client's success by thoroughly understanding
their needs and goals.
● Work with clients to develop additional partnership opportunities and organic growth.
● Leverage technical expertise to improve existing business processes and workflows and
design and implement new ones as necessary.
● Monitor financial aspects of projects, including invoicing and other financial items.
● Create various status reports and lead/coordinate meetings covering schedules, risks,
budgets, and resources.
● Provide technical and analytical guidance to the project team.
Other duties as required. This is not an all-encompassing list, this is a framework for the
role that will continue to grow and develop over time.

• Possess a valid FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with instrument rating and at least a 2nd class medical certificate
• Minimum of 1,000 hours as PIC, including 500 hours of survey experience
• Strong knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations and aviation safety procedures
• Ability to effectively communicate in English, both verbally and in writing
• Excellent organizational skills with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage time efficiently
• Demonstrated leadership abilities and the ability to supervise a flight crew
• Analytical skills to assess situations quickly and make informed decisions
Please note that this job description is not exhaustive and additional duties may be assigned as needed.

● Starting salary $80,000 USD per year
● Standard bonus structure applies when deployed in the field and acting as PIC
● 100% of single payer medical insurance is covered by Revolution with contributions
capped at $500 per month through our BCBS policy. Access to Dental, vision, 401K, or
other company benefit plans that may become available.
● There are no additional payments for overtime or after-hours work performed. Standard
work weeks apply, but weekends and holidays will be worked as operationally
● Three weeks of Paid Time Off is provided on a use-it-or-lose-it basis. More than seven
days consecutively requires approval.
● Weekly mentoring, quarterly coaching, and the chance to re-evaluate salary after one

Please send resumes to careers@RevolutonFlight.com


Skydive Tilstock (UK) will be operating a short Caravan from April 2024, and are looking for a pilot to join our team, for the 2024 season. We will be operating Wednesday to Saturday from the 1st of April through to the end of October and then Friday/Saturday in November and December. Additionally, we have several open weeks planned where we will be operating Monday to Saturday.
A minimum of 500hrs PIC and 100hrs turbine time are required. A British Skydiving Pilot Examiner rating is also desirable.
Please send CV’s or for further information chiefpilot@skydivetilstock.co.uk

Director of Flight Operations

Micronesian Air Cargo Services, located on the beautiful islands of Saipan and Guam, is seeking a highly qualified and experienced individual to join our small, dedicated team as the Part 135 Director of Flight Operations. We take pride in providing exceptional 6 day/week, on-demand freight services and occasional passenger charter flights. As the Director of Flight Operations, you will play a crucial role in overseeing and managing all aspects of our Part 135 operations. 
1. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, policies, and procedures related to Part 135 operations. 
2. Develop and implement operational policies and procedures to enhance safety, efficiency, and customer satisfaction. 
3. Manage and lead a team of pilots and other operational staff. 
4. Oversee the scheduling and coordination of flights, ensuring optimal utilization of resources. 
5. Monitor and analyze operational performance metrics, identifying areas for improvement and implementing corrective actions. 
6. Collaborate with other departments, such as maintenance and training, to ensure seamless operations. 
7. Stay updated with industry trends, regulatory changes, and best practices, and implement necessary adjustments to maintain compliance and operational excellence. 
8. Foster a culture of safety, professionalism, and continuous improvement within the flight operations team. 
9. May perform duties as a flight crewmember  
1. Meet qualifications required by § 119.71 for Management personnel for operations conducted under part 135 of this chapter 
(a) To serve as Director of Operations under § 119.69(a) for a certificate holder conducting any operations for which the pilot in command is required to hold an airline transport pilot certificate a person must hold an airline transport pilot certificate and either:  
(1) Have at least 3 years supervisory or managerial experience within the last 6 years in a position that exercised operational control over any operations conducted under part 121 or part 135 of this chapter; or 
(2) In the case of a person becoming Director of Operations— 
(i) For the first time ever, have at least 3 years experience, within the past 6 years, as pilot in command of an aircraft operated under part 121 or part 135 of this chapter.  
(ii) In the case of a person with previous experience as a Director of Operations, have at least 3 years experience, as pilot in command of an aircraft operated under part 121 or part 135 of this chapter. 
 In-depth knowledge of FAA regulations, operations manuals, and industry standards pertaining to Part 135 operations. 
 Strong leadership and communication skills, with the ability to effectively manage a diverse team. 
 Excellent problem-solving and decision-making abilities, with a focus on safety and operational efficiency. 
 Proficiency in using aviation software and systems for flight planning, scheduling, and record-keeping. 
 Proficiency using Microsoft teams and Slack 
 Bachelor's degree in aviation or a related field is preferred, but not mandatory. 
If you are a highly motivated and experienced aviation professional looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity, we invite you to apply for the position of Part 135 Director of Flight Operations at Micronesian Air Cargo Services. Please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant certifications or licenses to paula.stewart@macsaircargo.com. We look forward to reviewing your application and potentially welcoming you to our team. 
Salary range $100,000-$120,000 depending on experience 
Relocation Package 
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance 
4 weeks paid vacation leave

PC-12 First Officer

Mokulele Airlines

Position Details

First Officer - PC-12
This position is based in HHR, Hawthorne, California, or MKL, Jackson, Tennessee.
Our route structure enables most pilots to be home every day during their workweek, along with flexibility on schedules.
• Current FAA ATP or Commercial with Instrument.
• 500 hours minimum; 100 Cross Country, 25 of which are night.
• Current FAA first class medical certificate (certificate must be current prior to training)
• Radio Operators Certificate
• Valid US Passport (Needed for CASS)
• Must be available and flexible to work variable shifts including weekends and holidays.
• Must be authorized to work in the U.S per the Immigration Act of 1986.
• Must pass 10-year background check and pre-employment drug screen per airline and/or company regulations.
Additional stipulations:
• 65 Block Hours per month guarantee.
• Hotel accommodations during training. Training is approximately 25 days.
• 12-Month $17,500 Training Contract required.
• Paid training.
• Medical, Vision, and Dental insurance available with the company paying most of the costs. Life Insurance Policy - $50,000 fully paid for by the company.
• $35 flat rate per diem when on an overnight away from assigned base.
• CASS Participant.

Twin Otter Pilot 


Position Details

Undisclosed Skydive Company is looking for an experienced Twin Otter pilot wanted for skydiving contract. Immediate start with a minimum four month commitment required. Contract extensions possible.

Commercial certificate, 1000TT and some Twin Otter PIC time required. Please send resume with references for consideration to donsav1965@gmail.com 


Bering Air

Position Details


3000TT, ATP
1000 hours or one season Alaska experience
C208 or PA31 time preferred

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B1900/C212 First Officer

Bering Air

Position Details

B1900/C212 First Officer

500TT, Commercial License

Apply Here

A&P Mechanic

Bering Air

Position Details

Experience preferred on any of the following:

PA 31-350
Cessna 208B
Beech SK 200
Beech 1900 Casa 212
PT6, TPE-331

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EMB - 120 Pilot First Officer (KHYI) 

Full Time

Position Details

This role shall serve as EMB-120 Second in Command (SIC) on Berry Aviation on-demand cargo flights requiring two pilot crewmembers and should be prepared to assume the duties of the Pilot in Command (PIC) should the PIC become incapacitated. First Officers shall be directly responsible to the PIC assigned to the flight on which they serve.

Total Compensation:
$70,000 - $90,000 / year

List of Duties

Reports directly to the assigned Pilot in Command during flight operations
Carry out duties as assigned by the Pilot in Command during flight operations
Monitor and assist in passenger and cargo loading and ensure cargo and support equipment is airworthy and secured in accordance with company policies and procedures
TSA procedures in accordance with company Twelve-Five Standard Security Program
Prepare Weight and Balance in accordance with company procedures
Review and prepare aircraft performance calculations in accordance with company procedures
Receive local weather and ATC clearance to prepare the cockpit in accordance with standard operating procedures
Assist the Pilot in Command with flying of the aircraft by either providing a support role or actual hands on flying, as directed by the Pilot in Command
Remain on call during assigned period and must have the ability to arrive at the assigned aircraft within 60 minutes
Must successfully complete all company initial and recurrent training and testing as directed by the training department
Other duties as assigned



FAA Commercial Pilot with Multi Engine Instrument privileges
500 Hours Total Flight Time in Airplanes
25 Hours Multi Engine Flight Time in Airplanes
Current US Passport with at least 6 months remaining at all times during employment period
Current FAA First Class Medical
Must hold or be able to obtain a current and valid FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit (RR)
Must be authorized to work in the United States
Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
Relocation to within 30 minutes of domicile is required
Ability to travel away from domicile for long periods of time
High School Diploma


FAA Multi Engine Airline Transport Pilot Certificate
1000 Hours Total Flight Time in Airplanes
100 Hours Multi Engine Flight time in Airplanes
Undergraduate Degree

Physical requirements of the job:

Ability to work in confined spaces
Ability to manipulate, push, pull, and lift heavy objects in excess of 50 lbs.
Must be able to reach and stretch across objects and twist within confined spaces
Ability to work in extreme temperatures, including cold and heat
Ability to work in altitudes higher than sea level

Berry Aviation, Inc. is committed to providing equal employment opportunity in all aspects of the employer-employee relationship. All conditions and privileges of employment are administered to all employees without discrimination or harassment because of race, religious creed, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, military service, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, special disabled veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. The Company will comply fully with all applicable state or local fair employment laws that forbid discrimination or harassment on the basis of other protected characteristics.

All new employees will be required to verify employment eligibility in accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act. Berry Aviation participates in E-Verify.

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Filled Positions

Caravan Jump Pilot

Jumptown Skydiving in Orange, MA has an immediate opening for a Caravan jump pilot.
The airplane is a Texas Turbine SuperVan, and we jump 7 days a week. We’re looking for someone to start as early as Monday, September 4, and this position could turn into a long-term contract as we are also looking for someone for the 2024 season (April through October). On-site accommodations are available as well.
Requirements: 1000 TT, 25 in type
Compensation: $250 per day if we open, $25 per load after 10 loads

ISR Aviation: A&P Technician

General Statement of Duties:

The principal function of this employee is to perform scheduled and non-scheduled mechanical maintenance on all Company owned aircraft in a professional, safe and timely manner to help the department achieve annual business goals. The work is performed under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor. 

Examples of Essential Work: 

Performs scheduled and non-scheduled mechanical maintenance on all company owned aircraft required by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and ISR Aviation LLC policies and procedures. 

Inspects and diagnoses discrepancies to identify defective components. 

Determines serviceability of aircraft and components. 

Researches and recommends repair and purchase of replacement parts as required. 

Cleans and maintains tooling, equipment and work areas. 

Changes and repairs faulty components in accordance with FAA regulations, sound business practice, safety concerns and Jump Florida Skydiving policies and procedures. 

Completes all necessary paperwork including logbook entries, FAA and repair station forms. 

Participates at the highest level as a Maintenance Technician team member, supporting co-workers in their duties. 

Maintains due diligence on all matters of security and safety. 

Perform other special assignments as requested. 

Hiring Requirements: 

Must live within 1 hour drive of Lake Wales Florida or willingness to move there. 

Extensive knowledge of Pratt & Whitney PT6-114A and Honeywell TPE 331 engines. 

Read & interpret maintenance manuals, service bulletins and specifications. 

Willingness to periodically travel out of state to perform aircraft maintenance duties. 

Keep timely and accurate records. 

A high school diploma/GED. 

FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate. 

Knowledge of all current FAA regulations. 

A commitment to safety. 

A minimum of 2 years experience is required. 

Excellent customer service & communication skills. 

Valid driver’s license. 

This position requires satisfactory background check, pre-employment and random drug and alcohol screening in compliance with FAA regulations. 


$80K - $130K (Based on prior experience) 


Pilot: Kuwait

Skydive Kuwait is looking for pilots to fly in Jordan for one month (August). We operate a C208 Caravan (PT6A-140).

Requirements: EASA CPL, Cessna SET (C208 rated) and 500 hours minimum.

Will pay: Airline ticket, accommodation and one meal per day. Good salary.


MACS Air Cargo

Position Details

MACS Air Cargo is looking for an experienced part 135 pilot to join our team on the beautiful island of Guam. We operate Cessna Caravans flying Cargo and Charters between Guam and the Northern Marianas Islands.

Preferred Minimums:

US FAA Commercial ASEL License, with instrument airplane
US FAA Medical certificate class II
1,200 Total Time
500 Cross Country (Point to Point)
100 Night
75 Instrument
Turbine time an advantage
Previous part 135 an advantage
Must have the right to work legally in the United States.
Prefer a 2 year commitment.
Bonus paid at end of contract.

Benefits include Medical and Dental insurance, Return Airfare, Vehicle and accommodation for first month, 4 weeks paid annual leave, and competitive salary.

Full Time Pilot

Carson City, NV

Position Details

Desert Sand Aircraft needs a full-time pilot who can commit to a full season (mid-November) flying for us in a Honeywell powered Supervan (C208B, 900HP). Housing provided if needed, competitive pay. PLENTY of hours to log.

You will be the head pilot at a busy seasonal dropzone. You will work with the dropzone to set schedule and plan for anything needed for the aircraft. Part time help will be available to assist in flying as needed.

Candidates MUST meet the following requirements.



Aerial Survey First Officer

Bridgewater, VA

Position Details

We are currently looking for First Officers to travel extensively, provide safe and professional short notice, on-demand, aerial surveying operations in Beechcraft King Air 90 or King Air 200 aircraft. Hear from a few of our pilots and learn more about the mission here.

Company Compensation and Perks:

Pay (hourly), estimated yearly earnings ~ $40,000 - $45,000
Full time position
Company paid airline, hotel, rental car and per diem (when on project)
Company paid training with no backlog
Comprehensive Benefits offered
Medical, Dental, Vision
Life Insurance, Long-Term and Short-Term Disability
Employee Assistance Program
401(k) with Company Match
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Company Wellness Program
Relocation Assistance

Job Responsibilities:

Perform all duties and responsibilities of the second in command (SIC)
Be familiar with destination, alternate airports, actual and forecasted meteorological conditions, fuel and oil requirements, navigation and radio aids, and applicable NOTAMs
Ensure completion of pre- and post-flight inspection of the aircraft before and after each mission according to company procedures
Serve a variety of customers from government to commercial agencies. Collaborate with the customer to plan efficient survey operations to maximize mission data collection.
Communicate effectively and routinely with customer, system operations center, and manager. Ensure manager is informed of the customer, aircraft, weather, or other potential issues that may compromise mission accomplishment. Customer communication includes crew rotation plans, crew rest, maintenance requirements, and weather outlook considerations.

Job Requirements:

FAA Commercial multi-engine pilot certificate with instrument rating
Second class medical
Minimum of 500 hours total time
Relocate to Bridgewater, Virginia
High school diploma required, with relevant college degree preferred
Travel extensively, schedule is roughly 35-40 days on the road at a time with 5-10 days off.


Skydive Portugal

Position Details

Skydive Portugal is hiring pilots, effective immediately. We operate year round with 2x C208B PT6A-140 plus 1x C206 Turbo. Requirements: CPL, Cessna SET (C208B rated), 1000hr TT, 500hr Para-dropping. We also value Cessna SEP (C206 rated) as we fly with our Stationair occasionally.


Skydive Philadelphia • Perkasie, PA

Position Details

Skydive Philadelphia is a busy 6 day a week full time turbine drop zone and is looking for a Pilot for our upcoming 2023 Season. Our primary aircraft is a Cessna Caravan. However we sometimes fly alternate aircraft. Individual’s must a minimum of 750 total hours and have commercial rating, previous turbine and or jump pilot experience is preferred but not required.

Must be legal to work in the United States no exceptions.


Staniel Air • Florida

Position Details

Founded in 2017, Staniel Air is one of the fastest growing aviation companies in Florida and the Bahamas. Staniel Air began operating in the Ft Lauderdale Executive Airport and is looking to expand more routes into Florida and the Bahamas. Providing affordable, reliable, short-haul passenger air service to an area that has little to no accessibility by commercial airlines, Staniel Air offers Scheduled and Charter flights all over the Bahamas and US.
Staniel Air has been conducting Charter operations under Part 135 based out of FXE. Our route structure allows pilots to be home every day during their workweek, along with flexibility on schedules.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Safely maneuver the aircraft during all phases of flight; monitor all flight conditions including weather and cargo safety and verify go/no-go decision; verify fuel requirements and related weather variables and ensure proper loading; make alternate destination decisions when the intended destination is unavailable.
• Maintain command in all situations as they arise due to unexpected circumstances during the flight; ensure proper communication with stations, towers, flight controllers and dispatchers during the flight; file all reports required by the FAA and report any unusual aircraft behavior or performance to dispatch or maintenance personnel; properly record flight hours in conjunction with dispatch and adhere to FAA rest requirements and company directives.
• Maintain familiarity and knowledge of applicable changes in regulations and procedures concerning the safe operation of all company aircraft; maintain thorough knowledge of all applicable policies, procedures, manuals, handbooks, and protocol; serve as a positive constructive and communicative leader for the company and its customers.
• Review company correspondence on a regular basis, including emails and voicemails; submit all transmittals, expense report and other company documents/correspondence in an accurate and timely manner, in accordance with policy and procedure.

Requirements for position:

• 1200 hours minimum; 500 Cross Country; 100 Night; 75 Instrument with no more than 25 simulated
• Must have Caravan Experience
• Current FAA First Class Medical Certificate
• Radio Operators Certificate
• Valid US Passport
• Must be authorized to work in the US per the Immigration Act of 1986
• Must pass a 10-year background check and pre-employment drug screen
• Must be able to lift 50 pounds

Additional Responsibilities:

• Must be comfortable in all-weather operations in a Cessna caravan for a year-round, daily international operation to various destination in the Bahamas and US.
• Staniel Air prides itself on a superior passenger experience; all pilots must possess exceptional interpersonal skills as you will have considerable interaction with passengers.
• Pilot compensation is based on flight time flown and is very competitive to similar operations. Additional Cessna caravan experience may increase compensation.

Full Time Pilot

Skydive California • Tracy, CA

Position Details

Skydive California is looking for a full-time jump pilot for our Grand Caravan C208B Blackhawk Conversion. We operate Fri-Sun during our off season and Thu-Sun during peak season. Pay is $40 per load or $200 per day (whichever is higher).

Must have your Commercial Certificate, 2nd Class Medical, & 1000 TT. Start date is ASAP and looking for either full year commitment or through October 2023. $2500 bonus through October or $5000 bonus after 1 year in the position.

PAC750 Pilot

Pepperell Skydiving Center  • Pepperell, MA

Position Details

SKYDIVE PEPPERELL is looking for a full time PAC750 Pilot from May 1st - October 31st for the 2023 Season!
We are open 7 days a week (weather permitting)

1. 1000hr minimum w CSEL & 2nd Class Med
2. Prior PAC750 experience preferred, turbine experience a must.
3. Prior turbine jump pilot experience is highly desired.

Come join our lovely Skydive Pepperell Team this summer! We are located on the border of New Hampshire & Massachusetts, 20 min from wind tunnel, 50 min from Boston & the East Coast beaches, close to the White Mountains with plenty of outdoor activities to do. If we're not jumping, we're exploring!

-We are a very busy family owned DZ for the summer season! Team driven, as well as drama-free!

Full Time Pilot

Desert Sand Aircraft • Wisconsin

Position Details

Desert Sand Aircraft is looking for a full-time pilot who will act as the lead at a Wisconsin DZ. The DZ is very busy, flying 5 days per week. We strongly prefer someone with jump pilot experience, even better if they have SuperVan experience.

The ABSOLUTE MINIMUM TOTAL TIME IS 750 hours. Preference given to people with jump pilot time and turbine time.

Housing is provided and pay is competitive. This can turn into a year-round position or can remain a full season position (ends October 31).

Cessna 182 & Cessna Caravan Pilot

JumpTN  • Greeneville, TN

Position Details

JumpTN in Greeneville, TN (GCY) is looking for a full time pilot to fly a Cessna 182 and a Cessna Caravan for our 2023 season March through January. Must have a commercial certificate, second class medical and 1000 hours TT.

Twin Otter Jump Pilot

AerOhio Skydiving • Ashland, Ohio

Position Details

AerOhio Skydiving in Ashland, Ohio is looking for a full time Twin Otter jump pilot for our 2023 season, April through early November. Minimum requirements are Commercial Certificate, Multi-Engine Rating and 1200TT. Preference for 400 hours of multi-engine time and/or Twin Otter time. Guaranteed weekly salary and housing provided. 

PC-12 First Officers

PlaneSense - All U.S. Bases

Position Details

Pilot the legendary Pilatus PC-12!
We look for aviation professionals with strong work ethic and exceptional skills that adapt well to the ever changing environment that fractional flight operations demands. Crews provide a full range of owner-focused support, from safe operation of the aircraft to hands-on customer service, while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism. First Officers are official PlaneSense, Inc. employees as of their first day of Initial Ground School.

First Officers work an 8 on duty/6 off schedule with an operating area including the continental United States, Canada, Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Mexico, and Central America.

Reporting Bases
All PlaneSense® pilots have THEIR CHOICE of over 41 pilot reporting bases across the U.S., including our state-of-the-art headquarters in Portsmouth, NH. This means you won’t have to bid on routes, and you decide where you want to live. See the list of all reporting bases here.

• Current and valid FAA Commercial or ATP pilot license with single engine land ratings
• Total flight time/fixed wing minimum: 750 TT hours
• Highly qualified candidates will have 1000 TT, CFII and 75+ hours of instrument time
• Current and valid second class FAA medical
• Current passport with unrestricted international travel privileges
• Valid driver’s license
• Preferred but not required: Part 135 and/or Part 91 subpart K; Corporate flight; and/or flight time in advanced avionics systems or glass systems.

First Officers are on payroll and eligible for benefits Day One of initial training.

Career Path
PlaneSense, Inc. is proud to offer a favorable career path and hire from within. We have always upgraded to PC-12 Captain, Instructor Pilot, and Check Airman based on merit, not seniority. Once a pilot has the minimum number of flight hours required by FAA regulation to be a PIC (1500 hours), the upgrade will depend on several factors including: total PC-12 time, overall performance and professionalism, an upgrade test, and an evaluation training period. ATP and CTP course opportunities are provided as needed.
PC-12 crew members may transition into the Jet Flight Operations based on seniority. The large PlaneSense® jet fleet includes a growing number of Pilatus PC-24 jets.
In their words: Learn about pilot life at PlaneSense from the pilots themselves

PC-12 First Officer

Boutique Air - Any Base

Position Details

Boutique Air is hiring Captains and First Officers to fly the PC-12 throughout the country. The PC-12 is operated in the executive and commuter configuration to accommodate scheduled airline service operations throughout the United States.

The Professional Difference:
Boutique Air operations utilize a two crew operation hinged on Crew Resource Management (CRM) and standardization. Our crew concept is modeled after the industry standards utilizing checklists, call outs, flows, and Standard Operating Practices (SOP's). We have a Flight Standards Manual that covers every aspect of our flight operation. Safety is our number one priority!

Training Pay: We now pay full pay for all pilots from the very first day of ground school!

Pilots: Over 100+ pilots and counting.

Pilot Domiciles: Baltimore (KBWI), Denver (KDEN), Dallas Fort Worth (KDFW), Oakland (KOAK), Portland (KPDX).

Open Time/Trip Trade: All pilots have access to system wide open time. This means you can pick up flying in advance that is unassigned to another pilot. Boutique Air also allows for pilots to trip trade.
CASS/Jumpseat (Cockpit Access Security System): Boutique Air participates in CASS and MyIDTravel at no cost to the pilot. Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and Frontier are among some of our reciprocal agreements. We grow the jumpseat program every month.

Pay Scale:
PC-12 First Officer Base Rate Hourly Monthly Guarantee Yearly Guarantee Amount $33.33/hour, 75 hours/month, $30,000.00/year.

Boutique Air is seeking qualified and motivated SIC candidates for the Pilatus PC-12!
Boutique Air has been conducting charter operations under Part 135 since 2009 and added Essential Air Service operations in 2014. This allows our crews to fly into all different kinds of airports in all different climates and levels of service, making our pilots some of the best trained and most versatile in the industry. We have pilots domiciled in DFW, BWI, PDX, and OAK.
Currently we assign domiciles based on seniority during the first week of ground school.
Our route structure enables most pilots to be home every day during their workweek, and flexibility with their schedules.

If you have 1200+ hours, please apply as Captain.

SIC Requirements:
• Commercial pilot certificate with instrument rating
• First Class Medical
• 500 - 1,100 hours total time depending on need
• 100 hours Point-to-Point Cross Country time
• 25 hours Night Point-to-Point Cross Country time

SIC Preferred Experience:
• 6 months employment experience as a pilot
• 50 hours turbine And 75 hours instrument

SIC Compensation:
• $33.33/flight hour with 75 hour/month guarantee ($30,000/year)
• Health Insurance
• $30/rest period per diem after first rest period away from base
We look forward to having you join the team!

Pilot: Washington, DC, Plymouth, MA and Bridgeport, CT

Tailwind Air is expanding our fleet and adding bases for the season starting
March 2023. We are looking for qualified Captains to join our growing team of professional aviators.Tailwind Air operates a fleet of late model amphib Caravan EX’s in a challenging VFR/IFR environment.

We are seeking experienced captains for multiple bases including: Washington, DC, Plymouth, MA and Bridgeport, CT. Come join a great team flying in the Northeast!

Minimum Qualifications:
Excellent attitude, hard working and safe pilot, comfortable serving our high profile clientele.
135 IFR mins plus:
2500 TT
1500 PIC Floats
500hrs Amphib
500hrs Turbine
East River qualified a plus
2nd Class Medical
Established Payscale:
Year one fully qualified Captains starting at $120k annually.
Five year scale that tops out at $140k with cost of living increase thereafter.

New hires with East River experience may be eligible to start above “Year One” on the pay scale (depending on experience).

5/2 schedule
Health insurance available and paid 100% by Tailwind Air for full time Captains
Vacation Policy
Per diem

When applying please include your full name and preferred base in the subject line. Applications must include the following info:
Photos of Pilot Cert, Medical, Drivers License
Accidents/Incidents with explanation
A short bio about yourself and why you are interested.
Two references of people that can attest to your flying ability first hand

Due to high application volume we will only be responding to select applicants. Thank you sincerely for your interest in joining our team.

Pilot, California

Silicon Valley Skydiving (CA) is accepting resumes for a PAC 750 PIC position. Candidates need a minimum of 1000TT to get into the training program. Training requirements vary according to previous flight experience. All operations are carried out at the San Martin Airport (E16). Training will be provided in jump ops and PAC 750 operation training and familiarization.

Pilot, Arizona

Win Aviation Arizona is currently accepting resumes for Skyvan PICs . Candidates need min 1000hrs total time, at least 250 multi and 100 turbine. Competitive guaranteed pay.

All work is Military Paradrop operations and all work is in the South Western States. Training will be provided in military ops and Skyvan familiarization. Successful candidates will need to relocate to the South Phoenix area.

US Citizens only.

Full Time Jump Pilot

Skydive Guam

Position Details

Skydive Guam is looking for a Full time Jump Pilot.

Salary is $60,000/year.

Full medical and dental insurance.
4 weeks paid vacation/year.
Unmatched 401K.
Airfare provided and first month housing and car.

We are a year round tandem drop zone operating in Guam, a tropical US territory in the Pacific.
We currently operate a PAC 750 XL and Cessna 208 Super Van.

Minimum requirements are a Commercial certificate, 750TT, jump ops experience and legal right to work in the US.
Turbine experience a plus but willing to train the right candidate.
Weekend and holiday flying required.