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Global Crossing Airlines

Miami, FL

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QUICKTAKE
  • 121 Flag, Domestic and Supplemental airline. 
  • DOD application has begun, and we expect to be certified by Q1 2023.
  • Received NAT/HLA authority in July 2022. 
  • Fully integrated EFB distributed to each pilot and paperless flight deck. 
  • CASS and KCM approved. 
  • 401K contribution is available. Company matching planned to be available in 2023. 
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) available to employees. 
  • Pilots will be dual qualified on A320 and A330. 
  • Projecting 19 aircraft by the end of 2023.
  • On track to have A330s added to certificate by Q4 of 2023.
  • ‘Gateway City’ program is established to allow pilots to live outside Miami. The company pays for travel to MIA base and hotels.
  • Hiring 16 pilots per month (including direct entry Captains). 
  • Began fully converted A321 freighter operations in January 2023. 
  • This page was created: December 20, 2022 (Quicktake, Domiciles)
PILOTS
Total: 85
Active: 85
Furloughed: 0
UNION
None listed
FLEET
A320: 6
A321: 4
DOMICILES
SAT
MIA
HIRING
Is Hiring?: Yes

· Pilot Hiring Minimums: 

First Officer:

· 2500 Hours Total Time

· 500 Hours PIC 121 Turbine (Preferred)

· 1000 Hours PIC  135 Turbine (Preferred)

Captain:

· 4000 Hours Total Time

· 1000 Hours 121 Turbine PIC (Preferred)

· 1500 Hours 135 Turbine PIC (Preferred)

· MUST meet the requirements for CFR 121.436

The following outlines our minimum requirements for applicants:

• Current Airline Transport Pilot certificate with no limitation

• FCC Radio License, EPE (English Proficiency Endorsement)

• Maintain a current FAA 1st class medical certificate

• Airbus flight time (preferred).

• Turbine time (preferred).

• Worked for a FAR part 121 airline (preferred).

• Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

• Flexibility, agility and change management skills.

• Strong verbal and written communications skills.

• Ability to work under pressure, multitask and make critical decisions in a fast-paced environment. 

• Strong computer skills.

• Eligible to work and ability travel unrestricted to and from the United States.

• US passport and/or Green Card with valid passport with legal right to work in the US. 

• Must be able to read, write and fluently speak the English language.

 

Pilot Hiring Process, please describe:

Apply at https://globalairlinesgroup.com/careers.html . A member of our pilot recruitment team will be in contact thereafter with interview information and next steps.

PAY CALCULATOR
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Pay Rate:

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Bid Periods:

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PAY NOTES

Years of Service

Captain

First Officer

Senior First Officer

1

173

85

129

2

186

105

145.50

3

200

115

157.5

4

206

120

163

5

212

125

168.50

6

218

135

176.50

7

225

145

185

8

232

155

193.50

9

239

165

202

10

246

170

208

11

253

180

216.5

12

261

185

223

PER DIEM

Domestic Per Diem (Hourly):

Domestic Per Diem (Hourly): $2.55

 

International Per Diem (Hourly):

International Per Diem (Hourly): $2.55

Europe & Asia Per Diem (Hourly): $3.55 

RETIREMENT

401K:

Global Crossing does offer an Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)

401K Matching: No

Other:

Monthly Line Holder guarantee: 12 Days Off Guaranteed

Monthly Reserve Guarantee:  12 Days Off Guaranteed

Reserve Details: No airport or “hot” reserve. Only short call and long call reserve.

GlobalX has created the Senior First Officer position, (“SFO”), to attract well qualified pilots with overseas flying experience, which would potentially qualify them as direct entry Captains with GlobalX, except that they do not have the 1,000 hours, as required under 14 CFR § 121.436.

GlobalX will offer the SFO position to certain candidates, who meet minimum requirements for PIC time and Airbus aircraft time. If hired, the candidate will initially receive First Officer pay, and upon completion of the proficiency check and the type rating, will be paid at the SFO rate, provided under Section 3.2.2 of this Addendum. However, if the Pilot does not successful complete the IOE and FAA observation, the Pilot’s pay will be adjusted retroactively to reflect the First Officer pay rate.

Pilot candidates, who are hired and complete IOE will be selected for upgrade to SFO upon review of qualifications, including the pilot’s GlobalX training records and final selection by a review board, consisting of the Director of Operations, the Chief Pilot, and the Director of Training, (“Pilot Review Board”).

The pilot must have a minimum of 4,000 hours PIC time - turbine or turboprop (minimum 30 seats) - of which 1,000 of those minimum hours must be in the Airbus A320, A330, A340, or A380. The Pilot Review Board can waive any requirement on a case by case basis, at the Pilot Review Board’s sole discretion.

** Mandatory Retirement at 65 years old.