- 19 Bases in the Northeast US
- Cargo feeder operator
- Accommodations provided away from base
- Additional unit pay available for extra flying over schedule per policy
- Headquarter located in Manchester, NH
- Airline established in 1929
- This page last updated: August 10, 2017
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Captain Minimums: 1200 hours total time, 800 hours PIC, 500 hours cross country, 100 hour night, 75 hours of instrument time of which 50 hours must be in the aircraft. If applying for a multi-engine position, 100 hours of multi time.
Pilot Hiring Process: Apply online, conduct phone and on-site interview.
Wiggins Airways PAYSCALES
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Group medical (including prescription) dental and vision insurance is available to all regular full-time employees, their spouses and eligible children (up to age 26). Basic Life insurance, in an amount equal to base wage, is provided to all full-time employees at no cost to the employee. Additional Life insurance may be elected at group rates. We also offer AFLAC benefits for Accident, Hospital, and Cancer. Employees become eligible for benefits on the 1st of the month following date of hire. Short Term and Long Term Disability insurance is available to all full-time employees for purchase.
Regular full time employees are paid for time lost due to sickness up to 48 hours per calendar year. Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 4 hours per month of service over the calendar year. Unused time may be carried to the next calendar year not to exceed a maximum of 64 hours.
In year one of employment, after 90 days of employment, regular full time employees accrue vacation at the rate of 8.89 hours per month of employment, not to exceed a total of 80 hours. The vacation must be taken during the succeeding calendar year. During the 2nd – 5th calendar years of employment, employees accrue 80 hours of vacation per calendar year. During the 6th – 15th calendar years, employees accrue 120 hours of vacation. In the 16th calendar year of employment and beyond, employees accrue 160 hours of vacation.
Generally, employees receive seven paid holidays per year. A holiday schedule is issued annually.
Hourly employees are paid 1½ times the regular rate for work performed in excess of forty hours
Matches $.50 for each dollar an employee contributes up to 5% of their pay
401K Matching: Yes