Position Description

Air Japan B767 Captain
Location Air Japan (B-767 CAPTAIN)
Job Code AJX-CA0610
# of openings 999
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Air Japan (AJX) B-767

Captains

Crew Resources Worldwide is now accepting applications for Rated and Non-rated First Officers for Air Japan (AJX) on the B-767-300ER. AJX operates a fleet of B-767-300ERs with routes to China, Korea, Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore, Vietnam, and Hawaii. This is a combination of passenger and freight operations with pilots based in Tokyo, Japan.  Air Japan supports commuting pilots through supplemental pay or business class tickets. 

OUTLOOK:

Air Japan (AJX) is slowly growing and the future looks bright.  This is one of the few contract jobs in Asia that offers its First Officers an opportunity to be evaluated for upgrade to Captain.  AJX has been recruiting pilots since 2002.  

Take your career to new heights with Air Japan, introducing the B-787 by March 2018. 

 

Minimum Requirements                

          

Non JCAB ATPL license holders
Total Flight Time in excess of 6,000 hours  
Commercial Jet PIC Time in excess of 4,500 hours  
Multi Engine Jet Aircraft experience in excess of 65,000kg MTOW

JCAB ATPL license holders
Total Flight Time in excess of 6,000 hours
Commercial Jet PIC Time in excess of 3,000 hours
Valid JCAB ATPL with Command Jet Type Rating 
Multi Engine Jet Aircraft experience in excess of 50,000kg MTOW

 

Please include the following flight experience on your CV/Resume: 

  • Total Flight Time
  • Total PIC Time 
  • Total Jet PIC time of all aircraft excess of 65,000kg MTOW (50,000kg MTOW for JCAB license holders)
  • Commercial Jet Time
  • Cross Country Time PIC
  • Cross Country Time
  • Instrument Time
  • Night Time 

 

 

Document Upload: 
 
Be sure that all documents are clear images and valid.  Incomplete and expired documents will not be accepted.  Applicants must upload the following items: 
 
  •  Current Resume/CV 
  •  ICAO ATPL (include every ATPL you held with all pages including but not limited to: Type Ratings, Instrument Ratings, and Radio Licenses)
  •  Class One Medical 
  •  Passport
  •  Logbook (last 3 full pages, include both left and right side)
    • Your logbook must match all claims on your CV and/or application form at time of submission. It must also show current totals on the bottom of each page and evidence of PIC, Cross Country, Night, and Instrument flight experience.