PILOT POSITIONS AVAILABLE
FOR TIME BUILDING
UPDATED - DATE: 23 JULY 2017
NUMBER OF PILOT POSITIONS AVAILABLE: 0 -
*** - NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME - ***
- FIRST COME, FIRST RESERVED -
- READ BELOW TO RESERVE A PILOT POSITION -
MissionPilots.org has Pilots positions available for Pilot time building on its single-engine and twin-engine
aircraft in both a volunteer Pilot and Co-Pilot positions, on a position-reservation and financial donation basis.
To join and participate in this time-building program, the Applicant-Candidate Pilot must donate the amount of the
required financial donation to offset the operating costs of the aircraft they will be building time in (flying).
These volunteer Pilot and Co-Pilot positions are offered on a first come, first served basis. To reserve a position,
you need donate to donate the amount of money required to reserve a pilot position.
Aircraft Types: Pilots will mostly fly twin-engine aircraft (Cessna, Piper, and Douglas DC-3, and others), and at times, may fly single-engine aircraft if a Pilot is needed. It is anticipated that twin-engine turbo-props will be put on the flight line in inventory in the near future.
Aircraft Flight Check Rides: All Pilot check-rides will be performed in Florida, United States.
Foreign Pilots (non-U.S. Citizen) Assignment Locations: Bahamas, Haiti, or another Caribbean Island.
Conversion of Foreign Pilot's License to United States FAA Pilot's License: In the event that you are a foriegn pilot with a Foreign Commercial and Instument Rated Pilot's License and wish to convert ot the United States FAA Commercial Pilot's License, MissionPilots.org can assist you on a limited basis to help you obtain your FAA Commercial Pilot's License. In the event that you are accepted into the MissionPilots.org time-building program and have oaid your donation in full, MissionPilots.org will help you obtain your FAA Commercial Pilot's License at no cost to you, upon the Chief Pilot's authorization.
If you are interested in a Volunteer, time-building, Pilot Position with MissionPilots.org, for time-building, please click here to review the procedures click here.
For FAA Regulations about converting a Foreign Pilot's License to a United States FAA Commercial Pilot's License, please click here.