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Airline Pilot jobs can be found in every airline. Your main tasks as an Airline Pilot is to be technically proficient in all piloting responsibilities, machinery, and systems; so that you can effectively transport passengers and/or freight from points domestic and international by airplane. In this role, an Airline Pilot must have advanced training in airplane systems, great at problem solving, and have a very scientific mind. There are a host of other invaluable skills that should also be disclosed in Airline Pilot resumes; however. To get more details on the perfect Airline Pilot job winning resume, please study the Airline Pilot resume profiles provided here.

Jose Joy
4142 Mayo Street
Winchester, KY 40391
(111)-107-4592
jose_joy@xymail.com

Career Objective: Physically able Airline Pilot with extensive experience in flying planes such as Boeing and DC-9 aiming to build and expand patronage by dutifully exercising caution and sound judgment in every flight, providing a safe, healthy, satisfied and secured flight to every passenger.

Skills:

1500 hours of flight experience
Physically and psychologically fit
FAA Certified
Knowledgeable of FAA rules and regulations
Strong familiarity with DC-9s and Boeing 747s
60 hours experience in instrument flying

Work Experience:

Sr. Airline Pilot, July 2009-Present
AML, Toledo, OH

Tasks

Examined the plane's running condition, especially the control equipments before every flight.
Coordinated with the first officer and other co-pilots in computing the fly time.
Determined the weather and flight conditions, sometimes double checking to ensure safety flights.
Submitted flight plans to the air traffic controllers.
Watched out for any problems while on air and reported directly to air-route control stations.
Calculated how much fuel is to be reloaded.

Test Pilot, December 2007-May 2009
DGF, Branchburg, NJ

Tasks

Ensured that all technical operations of the plane are in proper order.
Briefed the cabin crew thoroughly and maintained open communications with air controllers.
Re-checked landing gears.
Submitted flight reports to the chief captain.
Examined other pilots to check on their flying capabilities.
Conducted regular troubleshooting and maintenance on aircrafts.

Education:

Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ