What Do Commercial Pilot, Non-Jets Do?
Non-jet commercial pilots often work for corporations and wealthy individuals and must have the FAA Commercial License with Instrument Rating and First Class medical, as well as a certain number of total flight hours and the FCC-restricted radiotelephone operator permit. Strong communication skills are essential in this position to work well with others, and pre-flight inspections are usually necessary to ensure that navigation, safety, and operating systems are working properly. They also check…Read more
- Check current and forecast weather information.
- Obtain proper clearances to begin flight.
- Devising a flight plan.
- Pilot or copilot a wide variety of aircraft.