General Aircraft Requirements
Global provides flight crews for most transport category turbo-jet and turbo-prop aircraft. We are seeking future flight crew members that hold a type-rating in current models of Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer airframes. However, we do also sometimes receive requests to operate certain out-of-production aircraft from these and other manufacturers. You should keep in mind that we most frequently operate aircraft from the A-320 and B-737 families, but we want to be ready to meet any request from our clients.
Specific Pilot Qualifications
Aside from holding an aircraft type-rating from your respective aviation authority, you should also have a current medical certificate and proficiency check (not necessary for operation of U.S. registered aircraft). Since most of our operations are international, your passport should be valid for at least six months and you may be subject to additional age and visa requirements for some assignments. In some instances, you may also be required to submit to a criminal background check and provide additional residency verification.
As a Flight Crew Member, you not only represent Global, but our valued clients on whose behalf we operate the world’s most diverse aircraft fleet. In addition to the standard conduct of a professional aviator, we expect our pilots to exercise discretion and good judgment at all times and adapt to delays or dynamic project requirements. We strive to provide an unparalleled level of support to our flight crews and rely on our pilots to maintain flexibility and a customer-focus in completing the project at hand. If you meet these qualifications and requirements, follow the instructions below: