The Airline Pilot must be able to deal with changing conditions in a safe and appropriate way, including modifying the flight path using navigational tools and following emergency protocols if necessary. He must have complete required training and licensing as required by law. He should be attentive to detail and have the willingness to make strong decision making, including effective problem solving during dangerous situations.
- Performs pre and post-flight inspections of fuel, equipment, and navigational systems.
- Operates the aircraft safely and maintains a good degree of professionalism at all times.
- Monitors weather conditions and communicates with air traffic control during flights.
- Liaises with co-pilots and flight crew throughout the flight.
- Updates and reassuring passengers and crew during emergencies.
- Determines the safest routes and analyzes flight plans prior to takeoff.
- Gets enough rest between flights.
- Anticipates issues and maintains professionalism during emergencies.
- Keeps up to date with aircraft advancements and equipment.
- Being able to work for long hours
- Complete required number of training hours
- Appropriate license and certification
- Diploma or GED is necessary
Skills needed for this role
The Airline Pilot must have good organizational skills, be able to make quick decisions and have math skills. He must have good reflexes and be able to stay calm under stressful circumstances and have high attention to details. Being able to speak more than one language and having analytical skills are also required for this role.
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