Are you a team player looking for a challenging, fast-paced work environment? If so, we may have career opportunities that you are looking for! Our recruitment strategy requires that we choose the talent that fits well within our company culture. You must have a great work ethic, positive attitude, be accountable and must be able to work in a team.

Our goal each and every day is to provide an atmosphere where we all have fun at work while working towards a common company vision.

Why settle for a job when you can have a career opportunity with a continually growing organization? Give us a call and find out if you have what it takes to be a part of our team!

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Pilot (BE20 & C90)
Pilots must be available to work shifts covering Days, Nights, Weekends, and holidays. Shifts are normally scheduled for 12 hours. 7 days on / 7 off or 14 on / 14 off. Pilots must be reasonably available to assist in charters during their unscheduled time.

Avionics Technician
Installs, tests, troubleshoots, repairs, removes and replaces aircraft instrument and avionics components and/or systems installed in various aircraft airframes using hand tools, ground support equipment, test equipment, and technical documents in accordance with manufacturers specification and Federal Aviation Administration regulations.

A&P Maintenance Technician
Join a team of aviation professionals in a working environment that was named one of the 50 best placed to work for 4 straight years in a row! Coordinates maintenance activities to include; trouble-shooting, repairs, overhauling, modifications, operational checks, routine servicing, parts ordering, perform inspections, and completes documentation on assigned aircraft. Candidate must maintain workstation in compliance with safety, fire and security requirements, while performing miscellaneous duties as assigned. All responsibilities and tasks must be completed in accordance with manufacturers’ specification and Federal Aviation Administration regulations.