PlaneSense is currently recruiting PC-12 First Officers to fill classes for Winter and Spring 2018.
We look for aviation professionals with strong work ethic and exceptional skills that adapt well to the ever-changing environment that fractional flight operations demand. Crews provide a full range of owner-focused support, from the safe operation of the aircraft to hands-on customer service, while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism.
First Officers have the choice to be based out of our state-of-the-art headquarters in Portsmouth, NH (PSM), or from one of our remote reporting bases:
- Portsmouth, NH (PSM)
- Atlanta, GA (PDK)
- Baltimore, MD (BWI)
- Charleston, SC (CHS)
- Charlotte, NC (CLT)
- Chicago, IL (MDW)
- Cincinnati, OH/Northern Kentucky (CVG)
- Dallas, TX (DFW)
- Detroit, MI (DTW)
- Indianapolis, IN (IND)
- Jacksonville, FL (JAX)
- Miami, FL (MIA)
- Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN (MSP)
- Nashville, TN (BNA)
- Orlando, FL (MCO)
- Palm Beach, FL (PBI)
- Philadelphia, PA (PHL)
- Richmond, VA (RIC)
- Tampa, FL (TPA)
- Washington Dulles, VA (IAD)
- White Plains, NY (HPN)
- Windsor Locks, CT (BDL)
It is a requirement that you reside within 100 miles of your chosen base.
Crew members must hold a current and valid FAA Commercial or ATP pilot license with single engine land ratings. We look for First Officer candidates with 1,000 hours total flight time/fixed wing; however, pilots with 500TT may be considered if Portsmouth-based, depending on training and experience. Pilots must also hold a current and valid second-class FAA medical and possess a current Passport with unrestricted international travel privileges, and driver’s license.
First Officers work an 8 on/6 off schedule with an operating area including; the continental United States, Canada, the Bahamas, and islands of the Caribbean, with continuous expansion.
Highly qualified candidates will have:
Part 135 and/or Part 91 subpart K; Corporate flight; and/or flight time in advanced avionics systems or glass systems.
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.
PC-12 crew members may transition into the Jet Flight Operations based on seniority. PlaneSense has a growing fleet of Nextant 400XTi jets and will soon have six Pilatus PC-24 jets.
Please submit resume and cover letter including your choice of reporting base.