- All pilots will transition to NAC certificate as the planes move over. Expected to be complete by end of 2018.
- Currently negotiating a new contract with pay rates for 767 flying, expected to be complete by Mar/Apr
- 767 certification complete. It has been added to the NAC certificate. Once NAC and Aloha merge there will be a new system bid for all pilots and all bases.
- Currently accepting applications for a pool, anticipating future expansion
- 767 will be based in MIA and HNL 737 will be based in ANC and HNL third 767 due for delivery in July
- This page last updated: March 5, 2018 (Quicktake)
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Hiring expected to continue through the middle of 2017 to fill 737 positions for anticipated 767 flying starting in Mar-May 2017. All flying assigned by seniority bid.
B737 First Officer
Pilot hiring minimums:
- United States Citizenship or resident alien with a work permit (Green Card).
- High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
- Minimum of 60 college credit hours. Associate's or Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- SAAB SF340: 1500 hours total flight time and 50 hours multi-engine jet or turboprop experience.
- 1000 hours multiengine jet or turboprop experience preferred.
- FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with “English Proficient” endorsement.
- FCC “Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit”.
- Current FAA First Class Medical Certificate without waivers. Vision 20/20 corrected.
- Must be able to fluently read, speak and understand the English language.
- Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test, 5-year background check, 10-year criminal history check and security threat assessment.
Currently hiring exclusively pilots that have required minimums to upgrade to Captain in the Saab (1,000 hours 121, PIC 135, etc.) due to expected quick upgrade requirements.
You must include all minimum requirements in the application, or your application will be rejected. Prefer listing aircraft flown with position and hours in each seat. All applications are reviewed and follow-up questions are sent out if Flight Operations is interested in your qualification. Following that, invitations for interviews are arranged in Honolulu that involve one on one interview and demonstrating non automated instrument flying skills and procedural knowledge. The entire process will take about 2 hours.
13 bid periods per year
737 minimum guarantee is 60 hours, but average 72-75 hours/bid period.
a. CASS approved other airline (OAL) individuals may travel on the flightdeck jumpseat of Aloha Air Cargo's aircraft.
b. Prospective Additional Crew Members (ACM's) will call Aloha Air Cargo Dispatch at 808-836-5244 to list for a particular flight.
c. Once listed, the prospective ACM will go to the Aloha Air Cargo customer service counter and present his/her passport, company ID and Airman's certificate. The Customer Service Agent (CSA) will verify the individual's status in CASS.
d. Upon verification in CASS, the CSA will issue a Form O-4 "Additional Crewmember Authorization" to the prospective ACM.
e. Prior to entering the sterile area, screening will occur with a hand-held metal detector wand and/or a pat down. The CSA will also conduct a physical inspection of all the prospective ACM's baggage and property, as required by TSA regulations.
f. Once security screening is complete, the prospective ACM will be escorted to the Aircraft by an authorized Aloha Air Cargo employee.
g. The Captain will review the prospective ACM's documentation and will grant authorization for the ACM to ride in the jumpseat. The Captain will sign the Form O-4 and give the yellow copy to the agent. The white copy will be retained by the flight crew.
h. Once authorized as an ACM by the Captain, the ACM will review the "Flight Deck Jumpseat Briefing" contained in the "Miscellaneous" section of the Aloha Air Cargo "Quick Reference Handbook" (QRH).
Aloha Air Cargo PAYSCALES
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Monthly Pay Guarantee for Line Holders: Contract negotiations start Jan 2016 with amendable date September 30, 2016. Pay listed below is expected to be combined in into one rate without the incentive pay.
All pilots are scheduled for 13 calendar days of flying and 4 reserve days during the 28 day bid period.
All pilot get $10,000/yr retention pay, paid monthly until new contract pay rates come out
Matches 401k up to 3%
401K Matching: Yes