Fly Life Saving Flights in Paradise!
Bohlke International Aviation is family owned and operated for over 60 years and led by a third generation Aviator. BIA operations include FBO, Charter, Maintenance and Air Ambulance Services and home-based in the tropical United States Virgin Islands.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Citation Captain is responsible for the safe and effective operations of the assigned aircraft in compliance with the FAA specifications and Company operations manual. Individual must meet duty time limitations, rest requirements, be qualified, current, dressed according to policy, and possess all required certificates, licenses, and permits. In addition, the Captain shall complete all pre-flight and post flight inspections, processes and documentation. The Captain shall report to the Chief Pilot and Director of Operations.
- Assume primary responsibility for the safety of the passengers, crew members, cargo, and the airplane and perform all duties using your best judgement
- Must comply with all Federal Aviation Regulations, Company Operations Manual, Operations Specifications, Standard Operating Procedures, and Company Policies and Procedures
- No consumption of any alcoholic beverage including beers for a period of at least 12 hours prior to report to duty time
- Confirm all present passengers are authorized to travel on the assigned flight
- Perform a complete pre-flight inspection, inclusive of a physical fuel check
- Verify contents of Flight Kit and Minimum Equipment List prior to flight
- Remain at Captain’s Station while the aircraft is taking off or landing and during air travel unless absence is necessary for the performance of duties
- Ensure flight and duty records are updated, determine eligibility for the next flight assignment and ensure any aircraft maintenance discrepancies are reported in accordance with Company Policies and Procedures
- Notify ATC of the failure of any required navigational equipment during flight; comply with ATC instructions
- Participate proactively in safety and quality systems by identifying, reporting and mitigating hazards and quality issues; providing timely input to management; and applying systems processes to address quality and safety issues
- Must maintain current Medical Certification and provide copy for flight records
- Report and complete required training and re-training as required and requested
- Must be able to freely enter and exit all international borders
- Perform other duties and/or special projects as assigned by, the Chief Pilot or Leadership