Working at Breeze Airways is an exciting endeavor and a serious commitment to bring “The World’s Nicest Airline” to life. We work cross-functionally with truly awesome Team Members to deliver on our mission: “To make the world of travel simple, affordable, and convenient. Improving our guests travel experience using technology, ingenuity and kindness.”

Position Summary

Breeze is looking for “Seriously Nice” Pilots to work at the newest and nicest airline, Breeze Airways!

Breeze Airways Pilots are responsible for ensuring safe and timely flight operations in accordance with all Company policies and Federal Aviation Regulations. Our Pilots are overall Leaders who safely take care of our Team Members and Guests. They understand that our pursuit of Excellence is not a destination, but rather, a journey.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the safe and timely completion of flight operations in accordance with all Company policies and Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs)
  • Operates assigned flights after determining the airworthiness of the aircraft and reviewing all current factors such as weather, field conditions, navigational aids, etc., relative to the safe operation of the flight
  • Responsible for the operation of the aircraft during the designated period of duty unless relieved by Company authority – this involves operating the aircraft according to applicable Company policies and FARs
  • Responsible for the supervision and enroute performance of other crewmembers assigned to their aircraft
  • Maintains a high degree of proficiency and a thorough knowledge of flight operations, procedures, and systems applicable to the aircraft flown
  • Through completion of appropriate pre- and post-flight inspection, ensures the airworthy condition of assigned aircraft in accordance with Company policy and FARs
  • Becomes familiar with existing and forecasted departure, arrival, and if applicable, alternate station weather prior to each flight
  • Ensures that the flight is planned and fueled properly so that it may be conducted safely and in accordance with current policies and regulations
  • Assists with and ensures proper handling of aircraft, passengers, baggage, and cargo at terminal points where other company personnel are not available
  • Notifies crew and passengers promptly of turbulence, adverse weather conditions or any other operational factors affecting the flight
  • Ensures that the load manifest for a flight is reviewed and the passenger count is verified prior to each departure
  • Advises the dispatcher in a timely manner, of any situation that could affect the flight schedule – the dispatcher will then arrange for any necessary diversion, cancellation, rerouting, or rescheduling of aircraft and will notify the affected Flight Crews, who will be expected to comply
  • Observe the Rules of Conduct for all employees as outlined in the Company Team Member Playbook
  • The knowledge and ability to assess risk and use the proper resources to keep risk to an acceptable level during all phases of ground and flight operations
  • Perform such other flight officer duties as assigned by the Company
  • Achieve performance measures and adhere to established standards in conjunction with Breeze Aviation Group Values of Safety, Kindness, Integrity, Ingenuity and Excellence

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be at least 23 years old at the time of hire
  • High school diploma or equivalent educational achievement
  • FAA Unrestricted Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate with airplane multi-engine class rating
  • Must have a minimum of 3,000 hours total time
  • Must have 2,000 hours total time in large, Group II transport category, fixed-wing aircraft (turbojet aircraft of more than 41,000 lbs. maximum takeoff weight),
  • Must have 1,000 hours of PIC in large, Group II transport category aircraft (turbojet aircraft of more than 41,000 lbs. maximum takeoff weight)
    • Note: PIC is defined as Captain or Aircraft Commander of record, not simply the sole manipulator of the controls
  • Must have a total of 1,000+ hours time through a combination of the following:
    • Part 121 SIC or PIC
    • Part 135 PIC
    • Part 91K PIC
  • Correctable vision in both eyes to 20/20
  • Must maintain Pilot training history in accordance with the Pilot Records Improvement Act of 1996 (PRIA)
  • Current First-Class FAA Medical Certificate
  • Valid FCC Radiotelephone Operator's Permit
  • Must have or be able to obtain a valid U.S. driver’s license
  • Must have or be able to obtain a valid passport
  • Must be able to travel unrestricted to and from the United States
  • Must pass a DOT pre-employment drug test
  • Must pass a TSA required fingerprint-based criminal history records check and a Breeze background check
  • Must have authorization to work in the United States as defined by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986

Preferred Qualifications

  • Actively flying two of the past five years

Skills/Abilities

  • The ability to read, write, and speak the English language fluently
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Extensive experience with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe products
  • Ability to facilitate cooperative relationships between/among people and departments
  • Ability to work with individuals and teams at all levels in the organization

Breeze Airways provides equal employment opportunities to all Team Members and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.  This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Breeze Airways will never request your Social Security Number, Driver’s License or Date of Birth on our job postings. Job Postings requesting any or all of this information should be regarded as a scam. To ensure you are applying to an actual Breeze Airways posting, please apply online at www.flybreeze.com  then click “Careers” at the bottom of the page.

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