2nd and 3rd Career Page
Below you will see various adds for part time and 2nd career opportunities. A few years ago a retired pilot never had to consider such a thing, but times have changed. RSP does not endorse any of the below oppotunities. They are simply posted for you to explore and see if something is right for you. If you have a money making opportunity that you would like to post simply email me.
From: Natalie Cooke
Date: 7/27/2007 12:46:32 AM
Subject: RISHWORTH AVIATION RECRUITMENT DRIVE
Thanks for registering or updating your details with Rishworth Aviation recently. We hope that you might be interested in attending the US recruitment Drive in August.
We will have firm dates for you next week but for now an expression of interest would be great. Link: click Thanks! Kind regards
Natalie Cooke, Recruitment Manager
Level 1, 33 Bath Street
PO Box 37-434, Parnell
Auckland 1001, New Zealand
Tel: +64 9 302 0080
Direct: +64 9 3740767
Phone: +64 9 302 0080
Fax: +64 9 302 0078
Mob: +64 21 990 831
Here is a note from Capt John Rauch, Retired, about flying jobs just incase Delta has sucked all the life blood out your retirement account. What am I saying! Delta has sucked the life blood out of everyone's retirement!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DWS
DB Aviation in Waukegan is looking for retired pilots. It is a good place to work. Looking for either full or part time. Fly various corporate jets under Part 91 & 135. Have to be within 2 hours of Waukegan Airport. Their are no dispatchers, so you and the other pilot do what our dispatchers did for us.
Murray Air at Ypslanti, MI
DC8 crewmembers. Fly til age 65. Fly the classic on freight missions by Murray Air.
Call 800-451-3174 for more info.
From: "Eric and Tamara Huber" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Pilot Job
My name is Eric Huber. I am a 76ER co-pilot at Delta and I received your name from my uncle Chuck Huber (Delta Retired). I understand you have either a web site for retirees or a forum type setup for those interested. I would like to know if you could help me out. I have a good friend who lives in Hilton Head and just bought himself a Cessna Conquest II. He is 69 years old and has family spread out in the southeast. He is looking for someone who either lives in the Savannah area or would be willing to relocate to the area in order to fly his plane for him. He does not intend to fly so much to make this a full time job. It therefore might be appealing to someone who is retired who would like to do it part time. He would like to use the plane to take family to the Bahamas and to visit them at there homes. Do you know anyone who would be interested? Would it be possible to post this job opening on your website or forum? Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you for your time,
From: "Richard Barrett" <email@example.com>
Subject: Corporate Flying Jobs
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:23:23 -0600
PILOTS WANTED. We are looking for one or more retired Delta Pilots
Corporate experience helpful. These pilots will be flying a nice line of time of about 20-30 hours per month. Falcon 10 Type and/or Commander 900 Turboprop experience helpful. This is a fulltime job for a pilot wishing to continue to fly professionally. Must relocate to Lafayette, LA or reasonable vicinity. Both pilots will be F10 typed and one 900 qualified.
Contact Dick Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Fractional Pilot Jobs posted 1-27-07
You might want to add the fractionals to your job opportunity web page for those who don't want to give up flying and age 60 is not a barrier.
NetJets is the 400 pound gorilla in the fractional business, but CitationShares, Flight Options and others are hiring.
Best place to get started is by going to their web sites and getting an overview of their operations and, if interested, info on application.
There is also information about the fractionals at www.airlinepilotcentral.com. Go to the forums and select "Fractionals". You can read what other say about working conditions and pay.
Starting pay at the fractionals is pretty dismal, but after about 5 years, you'll be making about 100K. Some of them have EXCELLENT health care plans, which is worth a lot if you've been paying Delta premiums!
If anyone has a question about the "fracs" generally, or about NetJets specifically, they can contact me via email.
Flying Air Astana posted 3-04-06
Thanks much for the latest info on the SSN and RSP sites. I appreciate all the efforts you make on behalf of the current and former DXX pilots. Last fall I had applied for a position flying the B-757 for Air Astana in Khazakstan. They didn't need anyone then but they currently need captains and FOs for both the B-757 and B-737-700/800. Pay is roughly $100,000. per year and five-star hotel housing is provided.
The recruiter I was working with is Barbara Kelly at Direct Personnel International in Dublin. Her email is email@example.com. The website for Air Astana is www.air-astana.kz Hopefully, there may be someone who would be interested in this opportunity
Meanwhile, I am off to Dallas for Learjet simulator.
American Eagle FO jobs; Posted 12-04-06
DayJet Pilot Jobs, Posted 12-04-2006
Airbus North America as a Sim Instructor posted 12-15-06
I would like to pass along a possible job opportunity for retired
guys. I am currently employed by Airbus North America as a Sim
Instructor in the A320. The Sim Center is located in Miami just
across the street from MIA. http://www.airbusnorthamerica.com/
Airbus currently trains mostly foreign carriers and US startups.
Rumor is that we are booked thru the summer with training and are
short instructors. Most of us are full time and have full company
benefits which include Company paid Medical. They are looking for
Florida residents No real flying is involved and No medical is
required. Starting around 65K year.
I really like the Airbus. At 58 I am one of the younger guys here.
With 28 years of Boeing I am the only Delta guy and could use some
company. This is a great place to work and Airbus has treated me very
well. You would be typed in the A320.---- You can contact me for more
information if interested or can submit your resume directly to:
This is the info my boss:
> As you know, from time to time, we review our instructor candidate
> list and find that it may need updating. After a review of the
> resumes that we now have on file I believe that it's time to update
> that list with current resumes. If you know of anyone who you would
> recommend for a position here as a flight crew instructor, and who
> might be interested in that kind of position, please ask him/her to
> submit a resume to me (email is fine) for future reference.
> Although there are no definite plans for hiring new instructors, I
> think that it's always a good thing to be prepared.
> For your info, a pilot with instructional background and an A320
> Type Rating would be our first choice, but these are not
> necessarily prerequisite for an instructor position. Thanks.
> Tom Walby
> Director, Flight Training
> ANST-Airbus Training Center Miami
Capt. Charlie Carlon
DAL B-777 Ret 2004
11350 SW 122 Street
Miami, FL 33176
KOREAN B777 Capt. needed (Jack Pohlmeyer 2-12-2007)
From: Meryn Hemmingsen
Date: 02/12/07 15:34:13
Subject: Korean Air Captains!
Korean Air offers some of the best contract terms in the market and they need B777 Captains!
We are aware that you may not be flying on B777, but we understand that your current airline has B777 aircraft so some of your colleagues may be interested in this great opportunity. We would love to hear from them so please feel free to forward this email onto your friends!
Korean Air will be interviewing B777 Captains in Seoul from 26 - 30 March. Applications must be submitted to Korean Air by 16 February so this is an urgent vacancy.
If you are interested please complete only the Summary of Applicants form at this stage and we will then contact you by telephone to answer any of your questions and to have a chat about whether this will be the right contract for you. We would therefore be grateful if you could also please let us know the best phone number (or skype address) to reach you on and the best time and day to call.
KAL will also be interviewing B744 and B737-NG Captains on the same dates - 26 - 30 March, so if you are interested in this opportunity for yourself then we would love to receive your application for those aircraft types also!
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Meryn Hemmingsen, Senior Consultant
Level 1, 33 Bath Street
PO Box 37-434, Parnell
Auckland 1001, New Zealand
Tel: +64 9 302 0080 Fax: +64 9 302 0078
Mob: +64 21 926 546
Date: Fri, 09 Feb 2007 17:47:42 -0500
From: Bill Houseman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Fwd: More Flying Jobs
We own 2 Cirrus training centers in Miami, FL. We are in need of flight instructors to teach in Cirrus aircraft. They are all brand new fully loaded planes. We would love to have retired airline pilotâ€™s work with us. We do not want low time kids building time teaching in these advanced aircraft.
Obviously we can not pay a fortune, but our rates are significantly higher than most because of our reputations. I'm a NAFI Master Instructor and my girlfriend/partner, Tina, is this year's FAA flight instructor of the year for the SE region.
As well, these planes are a blast to fly!
The planes rent from $195 for a SR-20 to $299 for an SR-22 per hour and our instruction rate is $75 per hour.
If you have any contacts to help me look for these retired pilots, I'd greatly appreciate it.
RE: Flying Job 6-28-07
Thank you very much for the effort you have put into providing information to the retired pilot group. It has been a life saver.
I have been fortunate enough to find work here in the south ATL area flying airplanes - albeit, small airplanes. I am currently the Chief Pilot for Falcon Air which is located at Falcon Field in Peachtree City. We are the 135 charter company that shares offices, personnel and resources with Falcon Aviation Academy. We are currently using the Diamond DA42 TwinStar in the 135 operation and expect to add a King Air, maybe a Falcon 50 and next year Diamond D-jet. I would like to find retired DAL pilots that are interested in this kind of flying. It is a big change from the operation that we all came from but with some effort and concentration even us old guys can be trained. If any of our group finds this interesting, please email me at email@example.com.
Kevin Garrison; Author of books you will enjoy:
Clear Left, I'll Have the Chicken (and airline captain looks at life) is a short collection of my satire, columns and even some piloting advice. It is $10.95 but can go for as little as $9.95 at
My other book is only an ebook but it has been pretty popular. So You're Dead -- A Novice's Guide to Non-Being can be downloaded from http://www.lulu.com for only $2.50.
Sorry for the hype but a retiree with no check has gotta eat!
John Aubrey Anderson: Author of The Black or White Chronicles
I started writing Christian fiction -- the thriller/suspense type. It's a long story, but there was a time when my target audience was that myriad of guys I sat next to for thirty-five years. Anyway, you can find out everything you need to know about me and my books at www.johnaubreyanderson.com
Incidentally, the mass market (read appreciably cheaper) edition of Abiding Darkness will be out in July. The books are usually available on Amazon and at most book stores.