AC690 Pilot in Command Eagle Creek Aviation US

Indianapolis, IN

Published 30+ days ago — This position has been filled.

Eagle Creek is currently looking for pilots on their AC690 Turbo Commander based in Indianapolis, IN.

Required skills

  • AC690 Type Rating: YES.
  • Languages: English
  • FAA ATP;
  • FAA Class 1 flight crew medical certificate;
  • The unrestricted right to live and work in the US;
  • 1500 hours of total flying experience;
  • 500 command hours on turbine aircraft;
  • 250 command hours flying experience on type;
  • A valid US passport allowing unrestricted travel;
  • Knowledge of the aircraft systems and limitations;
  • Understanding of FARs;
  • Understanding of First Wing Management's Operating Procedures;
  • Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision;
  • Ability to handle and resolve technical issues and problems;
  • Ability to effectively utilise technical documentation and literature.

Other information


  • Preparing the aircraft for the day's flight with attention to cleanliness, requested catering, aircraft airworthiness, etc.
  • Completing the completion of all pre-flight weather briefings, weight and balance calculations, flight planning, ordering of fuel, and all other required paperwork per First Wing Management's operating procedures.
  • Greeting customers as they arrive at the airport.
  • Consistently promoting a professional flight crew atmosphere.
  • Responsible for the strict adherence to the FARs and First Wing Management's policies and procedures.
  • Operation of the aircraft in a confident manner with priority given to safety, passenger comfort and cost effectiveness.
  • Post-flight duties including aircraft cleaning, restocking of onboard catering, and accurate completion of all trip paperwork required in terms of record keeping materials.
  • Responsible for communicating all pertinent information, including maintenance squawks, cosmetic issues, and upcoming maintenance events with the proper authorities.
  • Assist with the training and development of other First Wing Management pilots.

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