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Welcome to Pilot Jobs. This small site is designed for the American aviator who is seeking employment as a professional pilot. Here at Pilot Jobs we present the most current jobs available. Some of the RSS feeds below will also contain aviation related non-pilot jobs, but by and large, our feeds below are mostly made up of commercial pilot positions. This site simply combines the most useful RSS feeds designed for pilots who are seeking work. If you are a pilot and you know of a useful feed which is not listed here, we would appreciate it if you would let us know about it.

Here you will also find our Pilot Book Store. Our Pilot Book Store is designed specifically for the professional pilot, more specifically the professional pilot who is seeking employment.

Here you will also find news stories that may be of interest to the pilot seeking employment. Airline hiring developments, overseas hiring activity, new start-up airlines, changes in commercial hiring practices, and any story that may have an affect on the hiring of pilots are examples of the type of stories presented here.

Because we have presented both available pilot jobs and aviation news concomitantly, we believe this modality of presentation is unique and therefore should have some utilitarian value for the American aviator.

Given the rapid aviation sector expansion in China, India, and other areas of the world, we felt that this list should also include pilot jobs available in other countries, but a greater emphasis will be on those jobs which are available in the United States. For those adventure minded pilots who don’t mind relocating overseas, the opportunities are excellent. India and China are currently in desperate need of qualified pilots due to their rapidly expanding aviation sectors. For pilots who simply want to fly and be compensated for their efforts, and who really do not care where they fly, China and India present opportunities.

For the pilot who has been having difficulty finding a decent job in the United States, it might not be a bad idea to obtain a pilot job overseas and do the critical hour building in the make and model of aircraft you desire to fly in the United States. You would then be in a optimal position to obtain desirable work back in the states.

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Remember that the general population within the United States will always need to fly. So patients is a virtue for the aspiring professional pilot. If you love to fly, you will eventually find the right job. The following is the most current listing of pilot jobs. This list will be updated daily and in some cases, updated more then once per day. It should be stated that we in no way claim to be the author of these RSS feeds. The service provided here simply provides an amalgamation of current available pilot jobs with some aviation news, which should be beneficial to the commercial pilot who is seeking employment.



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