Employment Opportunity: Fixed wing pilots - Cape Town

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Employment Opportunity: Fixed wing pilots - Cape Town

Unread post by Incher » Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:51 pm

Sky Messaging is an aerial advertising company based in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg that focuses on sustainable “above the line” advertising for medium and large companies. We target AM and PM traffic on major arterial routes in South Africa’s metropolitans.

We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to serve as flight crew for our Cape Town base (Fisantekraal Aerodrome).

Minimum Requirements:

Fixed wing CPL with 200 hours total time.

Preferred requirements:
Tail Wheel experience.

Please send all applications to jobs@sky-messaging.com
CPL Multi IF with a Tow Rating
Class two test pilot.
CRM and DG current

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Re: Employment Opportunity: Fixed wing pilots - Cape Town

Unread post by haas45 » Wed May 15, 2019 6:05 pm

please indicate if you are still looking for an enthusiastic pilot.
The preferred requirements I comply with, with a little in reserve (3,200 hours total time).
DG and CRM current.
Tailwheel minimum experience, on Fisantekraal Airfield with Louis van Wyk.
Qualified on a few singles and twins, Cub not included.

If you are still in need, can you provide a little more detail about the specifics regarding this opportunbity?
I will then provide any information you require.

Best regards,

Henri le Roux

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