PC-12 First Officers
We’re hiring First Officers!
We look for aviation professionals with strong work ethic and exceptional skills that adapt well to the ever changing environment that fractional flight operations demands. Crews provide a full range of owner-focused support, from safe operation of the aircraft to hands-on customer service, while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism.
First Officers have THEIR CHOICE of 32 reporting bases across the U.S., including our state-of-the-art headquarters in Portsmouth, NH:
Must live within 100 miles of chosen reporting base
- Portsmouth, NH (PSM)
- Atlanta, GA (PDK)
- Baltimore, MD (BWI)
- Charleston, SC (CHS)
- Charlotte, NC (CLT)
- Chicago, IL (MDW) or (ORD)
- Cincinnati, OH/Northern Kentucky (CVG)
- Columbus, OH, (CMH)
- Dallas, TX (DFW)
- Detroit, MI (DTW)
- Houston, TX (HOU and IAH)
- Indianapolis, IN (IND)
- Jacksonville, FL (JAX)
- Kansas City, MO (MKC)
- Memphis, TN (MEM)
- Miami, FL (MIA)
- Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN (MSP)
- Nashville, TN (BNA)
- New Orleans, LA (MSY)
- Orlando, FL (MCO)
- Palm Beach, FL (PBI)
- Philadelphia, PA (PHL)
- Richmond, VA (RIC)
- St. Louis, MO (STL)
- Tampa, FL (TPA)
- Washington, D.C. (DCA) or (IAD)
- White Plains, NY (HPN)
- Windsor Locks, CT (BDL)
FBOs in bold = Newly added in Fall 2019
First Officers work an 8 on/6 off schedule with an operating area including; the continental United States, Canada, the Bahamas, and islands of the Caribbean, with continuous expansion.
- Current and valid FAA Commercial or ATP pilot license with single engine land ratings
- Total flight time/fixed wing minimum: 1000TT hours but pilots with 750 hours will be considered based on experience
- Highly qualified candidates will have a CFII and 75+ hours of instrument time
- Current and valid second class FAA medical
- Current passport with unrestricted international travel privileges
- Valid driver’s license
- Preferred but not required: Part 135 and/or Part 91 subpart K; Corporate flight; and/or flight time in advanced avionics systems or glass systems.
PlaneSense, Inc. is proud to offer a favorable career path and hire from within. We have always upgraded to PC-12 Captain, Instructor Pilot, and Check Airman based on merit, not seniority. Once a pilot has the minimum number of flight hours required by FAA regulation to be a PIC (1500 hours), the upgrade will depend on several factors including: total PC-12 time, overall performance and professionalism, an upgrade test, and an evaluation training period. MEL Commercial, ATP, and CTP course opportunities are provided as needed.
PC-12 crew members may transition into the Jet Flight Operations based on seniority. PlaneSense has a fleet of four Nextant 400XTi jets and a growing fleet of Pilatus PC-24 jets.