Captain Cargo Pilot Jobs – Greensboro, North Carolina

at 21 Air
Published 8th August 2023
Location Greensboro, North Carolina
Category Pilot Jobs  
Job Type Captain Jobs  




A qualified Captain always serves as Pilot in Command (PIC) of 21 Air flights. It may occasionally be necessary to designate pilots

qualified as Captain to serve as Second in Command (SIC) on a flight or series of flights. Captains report to the Chief Pilot or his

designee, as appropriate, on operational matters concerning specific flights to which they have been assigned.



• Ensures that he/she operates in accordance with 21 Air’s approved/accepted manuals and, as applicable, the Operations Specifications, FARs, FAA Orders,

Airworthiness Directives, Advisory Circulars, Handbook Bulletins, Directives, Manufacturer’s recommendations and other pertinent information. Performs all duties in

accordance with instructions and information given in the GOM, FCOM1, and other 21 Air manuals as required.

• Has full authority and responsibility for all crewmembers and the safe and efficient conduct of the flight. Such authority commences at the time the crewmembers

report for duty, continues while en-route, at intermediate departure points, and until the crewmembers have gone off duty to receive a rest period.

• Submits reports on irregularities or incidents, as required.

• Takes an active role in promoting positive attitudes towards culture, core values, compliance, and safety.

• Ensures pilot appearance, attendance, and personal conduct are in compliance with 21 Air policy, culture, and core values.

• Complies with all administrative programs including airport/route qualification, flight time limitations, currency requirements (FAA Medical, takeoffs and landings, home

study courses, etc.), pilot flight equipment, uniform discipline, manuals, policies and procedures, and others as assigned.

• Immediately notifies the Chief Pilot of any discrepancy or incident that may affect his/her ability, or 21 Air ability, to perform within the parameters of safety, regulatory

compliance, and fiscal responsibility.

• Performs any additional duties or special projects as assigned by the Chief Pilot.

• Keeps current and licensed in all respects relating to the flight(s), domestic and international, to be performed.

• Must read, write, and speak English fluently.

• Additional responsibilities listed in DAIM, GOM chapters 5 and 7, FM, and MELCDL.

2. Authorities

• Takes action, as deemed necessary, to resolve any problems or situations that may compromise safety or compliance.

• Directs the Flight Crew in a safe and efficient manner to meet the operational requirements of 21 Air.

• Performs all other administrative duties as assigned by the Chief Pilot.

• Delegates duties and authority defined for this position; responsibilities may not be delegated.

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