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Experienced MD500/AS350 Pilot – Hawaii

Jack Harter Helicopters
4231 Ahukini Rd.
Lihue, HI 96766
United States
 808-245-4661 FAX
Job Start Date
Experience Required
Security Clearance Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule
No Travel
Minimum Certification Required
Commercial Pilot


Jack Harter Helicopters has an upcoming opening for an experienced helicopter pilot for our Part 135/136/133 operations on the Island of Kauai.  We conduct tour and charter flights in one AS350B2 and three MD/Hughes 500Es.  Historically, the majority of our flight hours are in the Air Tour mode.  As Utility Helicopter work has been an expanding part of our operations, this Full-Time Pilot position requires a higher level of experience than our normal solicitations due to Utility Work Contracts. 


Compensation depends upon experience.  Benefits include paid vacation, medical, dental, prescription drug, and vision insurance coverage and 401K plan contributions. 


DO NOT CALL to inquire about this position.  Submit a resume and cover letter by email or fax.  Include as much relevant information about your experience, training and education as possible in your documents


Pilot requirements include a minimum of 5000 hours total time in helicopters, 1000 hours of turbine helicopter time and 500 hours in either AStar or Hughes.  Experience in both helicopter types is preferred.  Candidates with current AMD qualifications and Part 133 experience in MD500 (and AS350B2) will be strongly favored in the selection for this position.


Do Not Submit a Resume Unless You Meet the Following Requirements:

  • 5000 hours of helicopter pilot flight experience
  • Possess a current FAA Commercial Pilot’s License
  • Possess a current 2nd  Class Medical Certificate
  • You have current legal authorization to work in the USA
Proof of flight hours with complete and accurate records required.  References must be provided with submission of resume.

Source: Experienced MD500/AS350 Pilot

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