Island Air Service has openings for experienced float plane pilots. There are both seasonal and permanent positions available. The successful applicant must have at least 1500 hours total time and a minimum of 500 hours of floatplane time. Prior Part 135 experience required.
The company promotes a proactive safety program in all areas of ground and aircraft operations. Duties include flying to remote hunting and fishing camps; flying scheduled mail service; aircraft charters and bear viewing and flightseeing. The Kodiak operating area is a demanding and challenging environment but is also one of the most beautiful locations in the world to fly.
A complete benefit package is available which includes -health care, paid training, competitive pay, housing provided or housing allowance, Simple IRA match, short/long term disability, and discounted travel. Check us out on Facebook or Instagram. Contact for this position is our Director of Operations, Erik Howard (see our website).