Airline Pilot

Dallas, TX

Ameriflight, the nation's largest Part 135 cargo airline, is seeking qualified Flight Crew Members to help us provide unparalleled service and value for our customers, with the highest dedication to safety, innovation and teamwork.  

With nearly 50 years in the airline industry and strong culture of safety and service, Ameriflight is known for producing the highest quality aviators. Our pilots develop the skills to become safe, competent and confident professionals, and our updated training program is designed to help them succeed. Whether you are at the beginning of your airline career; still wanting to fly after age 65; or just wanting to fly a stable schedule from an airport close to home, we have a spot for you on the Ameriflight team! 

Ameriflight operates over 170 aircrafts with more than 2,000 weekly departures from 18 bases across the United States and Puerto Rico: ABQ, BFI, BUF, BUR, CVG, DFW, LAN, MIA, OMA, PDX, PHX, SAT, SDF, SLC, SUS, SLC, TJBQ and TJSJ.

The Role

Pilot’s in Ameriflight’s “Accelerated Captain Program” complete Second in Command training, fly a minimum of 50 hours as a First Officer and then transition to Captain in the same equipment. PICs operating under the exemption receive 10 hours of Operational Experience (OE), flying as Captain under the supervision of a check pilot before being released to the line. Once on the line, they receive mentorship from designated Captains with a minimum of 6 months line experience. Under the exemption, PICs may operate in IFR conditions with increased takeoff and landing minimums, revised alternate requirements, and restrictions on circling approaches. At 1,200 hours the restrictions no longer apply.

  • Flights typically operate 5-days per week departing in the morning and returning in the evening, with lodging provided at the outstation.
  • Schedules may vary depending on base and flight.
  • Ameriflight pilots average 60 flight hours per month, or 720 hours per year.
  • Must operate your aircraft in a safe and efficient manner
  • May be required to assist loading and unloading cargo
  • Operate a Beech 99 Aircraft

Experience & Background

  • 900 hours Total Time,
  • 400 hours Cross Country
  • 80 hours of night
  • 70 hours actual or simulated instruments with 40 hours in airplanes  
  • Commercial Pilot License with Instrument rating, high performance and complex endorsements
  • English Proficient
  • First Class or Second Class Medical
  • FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit
  • Current Passport
  • Eligible to work in the U.S., and travel unrestricted in and out of the U.S.
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Ability to lift 75 pounds


  • Flow-through program with Omni Air International and other carriers pending (check back to see new additions)
  • Ability to bid specific base, equipment and route
  • Jumpseat privileges with CASS partners, including Allegiant, Atlas Air, Mokulele, Seaborne, SkyWest, Southern Air, Southwest, Spirit, UPS, Virgin America and Western Global Airlines, FedEx
  • Known Crew Member (KCM) privileges available
  • Paid training, including transportation, lodging, and per diem
  • Reimbursement for Pilot Medical Certificate
  • Ameriflight training is designed to make our pilots safe, confident and competent – the cornerstone of a Professional flying career
  • Competitive Salary
  • Full Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits
  • Company provided Life Insurance
  • 401K
  • Vacation (80 hours first year)

Kacie Freeman

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