Ameriflight will be attending the upcoming 2015 International Women in Aviation Conference in Dallas and looks forward to speaking with anyone with an interest in employment opportunities at Ameriflight.
We understand that as one of the most recognizable female-pilot organizations in the world, WAI takes their piloting skills very seriously. As the largest regional air cargo carrier in the world, Ameriflight shares the same passion for aviation, and offers numerous opportunities for pilots nationwide: from Seattle to Puerto Rico, and Buffalo to Burbank.
For commercial multi-engine pilots with less than 600 total hours, we may have opportunities as a First Officer on a type-rated EMBRAER EMB-120 Brasilia.
Commercial multi-engine pilots with 900 total hours can participate in our PA31 Upgrade program, assisting the PIC while gaining the necessary FAR 135.243(c) hours to become a Captain.
Commercial multi-engine pilots who meet FAR 135.243(c) requirements can train as a Captain on one of our Piper PA31s or Beech 99s flying single-pilot and building the all-important multi-engine PIC time.
As you progress in your service with Ameriflight, captain our type-rated Beech 1900, Fairchild SA227 Metroliner, or EMBRAER EMB-120 Brasilia. You’ll also have an opportunity to take advantage of our bridge agreement with Allegiant Airlines. This means you will hone your skills as a low-time captain, and have the opportunity later to move onto a legacy air carrier without years serving as a First Officer at a regional airline.
Ameriflight offers great advantages, benefits, compensation, and opportunities for those skilled enough to handle the single-pilot Part 135 IFR environment.
For more information about attending the 2015 International Women in Aviation Conference, please contact Ryan Leick at email@example.com.
For more information about the opportunities available at Ameriflight, contact Sam F. Gadd, Assistant Pilot Recruiter for Ameriflight, firstname.lastname@example.org, and be sure to stop by when you’re in Dallas in March!http://w3.ameriflight.com