Be professional, willing to work within a team environment, and take the company to the next level. We hire great flight instructors. If you are simply looking to build time, please apply elsewhere. However, if you want to share your love of flying in a professional, safe environment while logging exceptional flight time, we would like to hear from you. Remember, a successful instructor is one who puts the goals of their client ahead of their own.
The Assistant Chief Flight Instructor is responsible to provide safe, effective, and efficient FAA Part 141 flight instruction operations for the Flight School that is in accordance with all local, state, and federal guidelines.
Our Chief Flight Instructor will direct flight instructors, Assistant Chief’s, students, and team members in maintaining a culture of safety, efficiency, and operational excellences. The Chief Flight Instructor for the McAir Flight Campus works closely with the VP of Flight Ops, and Director of Maintenance to support operations of the flight campus. This includes playing an active role in student interactions and in compliance regulations from the FAA.
Line Operations, will conduct routine assignments for specific aircraft while maintaining all safety requirements. Duties will include;
This position conducts authorize, schedules, regulates and controls flights according to government and company regulations to expedite the flight operations schedule. This position has a dotted line to the Chief Flight Instructor.
The McAir Aircraft Mechanic position is a multi-faceted role with a primary focus on providing safe aircraft to our Flight Instructors and our students. We are seeking an individual who is enthusiastic about working in aviation. Our work environment is a pleasant atmosphere built and maintained by employees who share strong traits such as being self-motivated, highly accountable, positive, energetic, eager to learn, and continually seeking personal improvement.
Perform routine maintenance and inspections of McAir fleet aircraft, Cessna 172S and Piper PA44-180
Offer timely support and customer service to flight instructors and students
Contribute to upkeep of hangar appearance and cleanliness
Maintain various ground support equipment
Flight School Training at McAir combined with Certified Instructing** to build hours, then instructing is one of the fastest paths to apply with the airlines.
Completing training and Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) hours building at McAir may provide options and access with the airlines.
Training to become a pilot may open doors to various opportunities**, click to see additional pathways.
*McAir Aviation does not guarantee third-party certifications/ratings.
**Employment is not guaranteed