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Sir Simothyno 04-13-2009 09:30 PM

Cape Air
 
Here is a job I found off of the Embry-Riddle Alumni hiring site. A good one for the low time guys:

Date Posted:
4/13/09

Pay Type:
Paid

Brought to You By:
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Job Status:
Full-Time

Compensation:
18,000 - $20,000 annually; Insurance, 401K, Pass Travel, Vacation Time, Profit Sharing

Interview Schedules

This job does not currently have an interview schedule attached to it.


Description & Details

Location:
Various Locations, Other

Industry:
Aviation/Aerospace



Job Function:
Not Specified



Description:
Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines is an FAA Part 121 and 135 independently
owned regional airline utilizing a fleet of ATR-42 and Cessna 402-C
model aircraft.

Routes serving the Northeast US, Florida, Caribbean and the Pacific
Region of Micronesia. Newly added routes include Lebanon, NH,
Rockland, ME and Marathon, FL.

With FAA award winning maintenance and a strong commitment to
customer service, Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines offers a fun and friendly
workplace with opportunity to grow along with us.

Come join our team of some of the best pilots in the industry!


Career Focus:
Flight

Full-Time Position Type:
Entry-Level

Comment:
For company information, please visit Welcome to Cape Air or
http://www.flycapeairjobs.com

Contact Information:
Gene Smith | Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines 660 Barnstable Road
Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601
United States of America
Alumnus: No



Daytona Beach Co-op/Intern Approval:
Full-time Position (N/A)

Prescott Co-op/Intern Approval:
Full-time Position (N/A)

Job Source:
Virtual Hiring Event



Application Qualifications

Required Attributes
Students must have the following attributes in order to apply to the position.
  • Required Work Authorization Status:
    Permanent U.S. Resident, U.S. Citizen or U.S. National

Bri85 04-13-2009 09:45 PM

alot of these jobs through eaglehire only apply to erau graduates.

Sir Simothyno 04-13-2009 10:37 PM

Here is the one for captains
 
Ive seen these guys advertising on climbto350 so I dont think its erau grads only. Worth a shot regardless:


Date Posted:
4/13/09

Pay Type:
Paid

Brought to You By:
http://20090413-images.experience.co...1197_thumb.gif Opportunity Type:
Job

Job Status:
Full-Time

Compensation:
$30K-$40K annually; Insurance, 401K, Pass Travel, Vacation Time, Profit Sharing


Interview Schedules

This job does not currently have an interview schedule attached to it.


Description & Details

Location:
Various Locations, Other

Industry:
Aviation/Aerospace



Job Function:
Not Specified



Description:
Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines is an FAA Part 121 and 135 independently
owned regional airline utilizing a fleet of ATR-42 and Cessna 402-C
model aircraft.

Routes serving the Northeast US, Florida, Caribbean and the Pacific
Region of Micronesia. Newly added routes include Lebanon, NH,
Rockland, ME and Marathon, FL.

With FAA award winning maintenance and a strong commitment to
customer service, Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines offers a fun and friendly
workplace with opportunity to grow along with us.

Come join our team of some of the best pilots in the industry!


Career Focus:
Flight

Full-Time Position Type:
Entry-Level, Mid-Career

Comment:
For company information, please visit Welcome to Cape Air or
http://www.flycapeairjobs.com

Contact Information:
Gene Smith | Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines 660 Barnstable Road
Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601
United States of America
Alumnus: No



Daytona Beach Co-op/Intern Approval:
Full-time Position (N/A)

Prescott Co-op/Intern Approval:
Full-time Position (N/A)

Job Source:
Virtual Hiring Event



Application Qualifications

Required Attributes
Students must have the following attributes in order to apply to the position.
  • Required Work Authorization Status:
    Permanent U.S. Resident, U.S. Citizen or U.S. National

robthree 04-14-2009 07:28 AM

Three vacant lines on the APR09 bid, 1 in SLK and 2 in SJU.

mcartier713 04-14-2009 08:07 AM

Rob, what ever happened to the BWI talks?

Bri85 04-14-2009 09:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by robthree (Post 595480)
Three vacant lines on the APR09 bid, 1 in SLK and 2 in SJU.

is the pay the same at SJU? I talked to Krista P. (pilot recruiter) last year- it sounds like a great company.

miller 04-14-2009 04:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mcartier713 (Post 595490)
Rob, what ever happened to the BWI talks?

HGR - BWI (base HGR)
LNS - BWI (base LNS)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bri85 (Post 595528)
is the pay the same at SJU? I talked to Krista P. (pilot recruiter) last year- it sounds like a great company.

$15/duty hour in the CONUS, overtime after 40 hours/week
$18/duty hour in the Caribbean, overtime after 8 hours/day
- i.e. a ten hour duty day would be 8 hours at $18 and two hours at $27

robthree 04-14-2009 07:44 PM

Yeah, BWI has eight or nine lines of flying I think, all outstation based. Rumor mill has the suits looking for more Mid-Atlantic flying. Nothing more substantial than wishful thinking at this point, though.

Currently 18 SJU lines, I think there were less than 10 last summer, so I would not be surprised to see around half those lines move north for the JUN09 bid.

TXTECHKA 04-15-2009 01:32 PM

Is it possible to commute, what does first year pay as a capt actually come out to be?

robthree 04-15-2009 05:28 PM

Lines are generally NOT commutable. You're home every night, which is great, but you have to live in base. ALB is the exception, 9 of the 11 lines there are built for commuters, 4 on - 5 off, hotels provided in the outstations. BOS also has a few lines like that, but they go very senior.

Base pay is about 31k. With additional pay for overtime, Caribbean override, season completion bonus, profit sharing... 40k is within easy reach, more if you go for a really high time line - the vacant SLK line pays almost 50 hours a week. 4 on, 3 off - so you know they're all long days, but the overtime adds up quick - if my math is right, about 47k at first year pay.


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