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Boats and Hos
09-04-2018, 12:49 PM
Jet Access Aviation - Private Jet Charters & Maintenance (http://www.jetaccessaviation.com/)

Any info on this company is S. Florida? Looking for Kong Air 350, Lear 60 and Hawker 800XP pilot's. Yes, S. Florida 135 is already a sign.


Airbear10
09-16-2018, 10:49 AM
DM any questions

Condor73
11-23-2019, 06:47 PM
Can someone let me know any info about this company or their sister company in Indiana ?

Thanks


LLWS09R
11-24-2019, 09:14 AM
Can someone let me know any info about this company or their sister company in Indiana ?

Thanks

Itís a managment company they are a dime a dozen. They are only a middle man in the process of chartering out a clients aircraft. They strictly maintain the aircraft maintence status, sell charters, and maintain pilot training and SOPs. Basically a 135 certificate responsibilities. Taking all factors in to account they are held to part 135 standards as far as flying goes Compensation can very base upon the aircraft owner. The managment company and aircraft owner have to negotiate salary with a pilot. One owner may only want to fly 30hrs a year. Why would they pay you 150k for that? On the flip side another owner may want to charter the plane 600hrs a year. So your life,pay,and job security will depend upon the owner not the jet managment company.

Condor73
11-24-2019, 09:26 PM
Itís a managment company they are a dime a dozen. They are only a middle man in the process of chartering out a clients aircraft. They strictly maintain the aircraft maintence status, sell charters, and maintain pilot training and SOPs. Basically a 135 certificate responsibilities. Taking all factors in to account they are held to part 135 standards as far as flying goes Compensation can very base upon the aircraft owner. The managment company and aircraft owner have to negotiate salary with a pilot. One owner may only want to fly 30hrs a year. Why would they pay you 150k for that? On the flip side another owner may want to charter the plane 600hrs a year. So your life,pay,and job security will depend upon the owner not the jet managment company.


Thank you for the info....I appreciate it