The Corporate Air Pilot
Corporate Air operates out of 5 bases but has numerous domiciles for our pilots to live at and/or fly to.
We are committed to the basic wants and needs of our customers and employees. You are family and you matter! As one of our pilots you play a pivotal role in our company objective of being safe, legal, then reliable.
There is a reason why the average tenure of our flight crews is 12 years!
Quality of Life
As a cargo pilot, you will average about 3 hours of flight time per day, 5 days per week. Best of all, you spend your nights and weekends at home. Quality of life is extended with a reserve program where you get paid days off, vacation, and sick leave. You have 24-hour access to the Chief Pilot and Scheduling. Flight Following and Maintenance Control are available during all flight activities.
When you are away from home on a longer day, Corporate Air will take care of you with lodging (hotel room/other), transportation (rental car/shuttle), and a per diem for food and whatever else you need. This is also your free time. Enjoy hiking, golf, fishing, shopping, visiting one of 18 national parks, 299 state parks, and countless recreational areas and activities while away from home.
If you would like a more in depth review about what a day in the life of a cargo pilot is like, check out this article by one of our pilots.
Corporate Air currently operates 34 Cessna Caravans in 9 states with main hubs in Casper WY, Fargo ND, Great Falls MT, Honolulu HI, and Salt Lake City UT. We average over 70 flights per day out of 5 bases with maintenance facilities in 4 locations.
You will be flying up-to-date planes with glass cockpits, G600 Primary Flight Display (PFD) and Multi-Function Display (MFD) for moving map, on-board weather radar with weather overlaid maps and charts, dual GTX transponders, Garmin GFC600 auto-pilots, Garmin 530 and 430 WAAS GPS's, and of course all the engine monitoring systems you would expect to ensure a safe and reliable flight.