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- Fairbanks, Alaska
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Pilot part 135 job at Everts Air in Fairbanks AK
Description, duties, responsibilities
EVERTS AIR ALASKA (135 Fairbanks based) 5525 Airport Industrial Rd. Fairbanks AK 99709 Tel: NO CALLS Fax: (907) 450-2320 Due to continued growth and fleet expansion Everts Air Alaska has openings for our Fairbanks Alaska base. We are seeking pilots with good flying skills and a strong work ethic. Potential opportunity to advance to a training checking or management position. Preference will be given to those with previous experience as an Instructor or Check Airman. Everts Air provides scheduled passenger service from Fairbanks utilizing Cessna Caravan and Pilatus PC-12 aircraft. These aircraft may be configured for 1 to 9 passengers and are also available for passenger and cargo charter flights. Recently Everts Air Alaska has started a Part 135 EMB-120 cargo freight program in Alaska and the Lower 48. Excellent future opportunities within the organization for a motivated individual. Competitive pay Full benefits including Medical/Vision/Dental/401k are available. Everts Air Alaska is a CASS Carrier with full jump seat privileges. Candidates may be required to take a simulator or flight evaluation based upon experience and currency. You must be able to meet the requirements of 14 CFR Part 135. Crews load and unload the aircraft at outstations. Preferred Qualifications: 5000 hours total time but will consider applicants with less. Alaska and Mountainous experience. Time in type. Preferred Requirements: FAA ATP Written First Class Medical U.S. Citizen U.S. Passport. Must be able to lift and move 70 lbs. Willingness to operate in adverse conditions.
Everts Air Company Overview
Everts Air Cargo was formed in 1995 as a 121 Certificated Cargo Airline. Everts Air Cargo is headquartered in Fairbanks where it serves as the primary base for maintenance administration and charter operations. Everts provides scheduled freight service to 12 major hubs in Alaska. Everts expanded operations to the Lower 48 and now has five MD-80 jets and flies throughout the US Canada and Mexico.