Acts as pilot-in-command (PIC) on assigned flight and exercises the final Aviation Authority as to the operation of the a
Ensure safe and efficient conduct of assigned flight with compliance to good airmanship, all local and foreign laws and regulations, as well as company policies and procedures specified in the company operations manual
Making decisions necessary to start, delay, or cancel flights and deviate the flight from planned route or destination when operating conditions dictate
Check and responsible for aircraft weight and balance, fuel on board and performance charts
Ensuring that the aircraft is airworthy
Coordinate the functions of all crewmembers assigned to the flig
Being Company’s representative during flight mission and provide a high level of customer service to the passengers
Monitor crew performance, share knowledge, and evaluate their potential for promotion
Perform and fulfill any special mission or task assigned by DFO
Has final authority in the operation of the aircraft on the assigned flight
Minimum 5,000 total Airlines jet hours with ATPL acceptable to the regulatory authorities.
Minimum 2,000 hrs total A320/A321 Hours, including 1,000 Hours as PIC on A320/A321
Last flight on date within 1 year upon date of commencing ground school
Obtain valid ATPL License with Instrument Ratings & multi-engines
Medical Certificate Class I Certification .
No accidents or incidents records in the last 5 years
Satisfied performance as a PIC before being released for line duties
Good command of English, must be at ICAO English Language Proficiency Level 4 or above
Experience of TRE and/or TRI and/or SFI desirable.
About the Company
KC International Airlines Co Ltd is a Cambodian and Chinese share joint venture in Cambodia with a registered capital 100 Million US Dollars. The company will operate a “Boutique Airlines” business model to provide safe, comfortable and customized service to all passengers.
The company is presently undergoing AOC certification with an intended revenue service starting in early 2018 with planning for up to 25 aircraft in the next five years.