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            Captain Non-Type Rated CAE Parc Aviation
            United States
            Full time
            1 day ago
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            Legacy 600 Captain
            Legacy 600 Captain CAE Parc Aviation
            San Diego, San Diego County, California
            Full time
            From $100,000
            25 days ago
            70 Hours to Apply
            Pilot: Falcon900EX EASy Captain | KOXC
            Pilot: Falcon900EX EASy Captain | KOXC Clay Lacy Aviation
            Oxford, New Haven County, Connecticut
            1 day ago
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            Pilot: Captain Global 6000 Vision | KOXC
            Pilot: Captain Global 6000 Vision | KOXC Clay Lacy Aviation
            Oxford, New Haven County, Connecticut
            8 days ago
            Production Flight Test Pilot
            Production Flight Test Pilot Cirrus
            Duluth, Minnesota, United States
            13 days ago
            Pilot: Global 6000 Captain | KVNY
            Pilot: Global 6000 Captain | KVNY Clay Lacy Aviation
            Van Nuys, Henry County, Indiana
            16 days ago
            Pilot: Captain Gulfstream GIVSP | KVNY
            Pilot: Captain Gulfstream GIVSP | KVNY Clay Lacy Aviation
            Van Nuys, Henry County, Indiana
            16 days ago
            Pilot: Gulfstream G650ER Lead Captain | KJAX
            Pilot: Gulfstream G650ER Lead Captain | KJAX Clay Lacy Aviation
            Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida
            16 days ago
            Pilot - Hawker SIC
            Pilot - Hawker SIC Wing Aviation
            Houston, Harris County, Texas
            20 days ago
            Pilot - Hawker PIC
            Pilot - Hawker PIC Wing Aviation
            Houston, Harris County, Texas
            20 days ago
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            Frequently asked questions

            Captain jobs typically offer annual salaries ranging from $100,000 to $300,000, with variations based on experience and airline size. Additional factors such as aircraft type and seniority within the company can also influence earnings. Captains may receive bonuses and benefits contributing to their overall income.

            To secure airline captain jobs, individuals typically need to obtain a commercial pilot's license, accumulate flight hours as a first officer, and earn an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate. Progressing through the ranks within an airline or gaining experience in the military are common pathways.

            In plane captain jobs, airline captains typically work a variable schedule averaging around 70 to 90 hours per month, encompassing flying time and various operational responsibilities. These duties include pre-flight planning, post-flight debriefings, and administrative tasks, with schedules influenced by the airline's flight operations and regulatory requirements. Compliance with aviation safety regulations remains paramount in the execution of plane captain jobs.

            Becoming a flight captain, particularly in aircraft captain jobs, requires dedication, extensive training, and significant experience. Individuals must obtain a commercial pilot's license, accumulate flight hours as a first officer, and earn an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate. 

            In the United States, airline captain positions require a commercial pilot's license, an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate, a minimum of around 1,500 flight hours, and experience as a first officer. Candidates must also pass medical exams and adhere to FAA regulations.

            In flight captain recruitment, the captain's role involves leadership, decision-making, and ensuring flight safety. They oversee all aspects of the flight, including pre-flight checks, navigation, and managing emergencies, while guiding the crew and upholding operational standards.

            Yes, in aviation, a captain is typically a higher rank or position than a pilot. While both roles involve flying aircraft, a captain is usually the pilot in command (PIC) and has greater responsibilities, including decision-making authority and overall supervision of the flight. Captain job vacancies often require more experience and qualifications compared to pilot positions.

            To qualify for flight captain jobs, pilots typically need around 1,500 to 3,000 flight hours of experience.

            In aviation captain jobs, pilots can typically become airline captains in their late 20s to early 30s after accruing around 5 to 10 years of flight experience as a first officer.

            In aviation captain jobs, some individuals may not require a degree, depending on the airline's specific requirements.

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