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As with any organization, there has to be some accountability and discipline, in order to run and maintain a successful flight department. The following is just the basics and should provide an organised yet challenging flying environment. - Mil-Air Ops


POLICY MANUAL INDEX


P-1 : Introduction

P-1.a: Company Profile; Mil-Air is a virtual military aircraft missions operator, with a fleet of different turboprops, turbojets and helicopters. Number of company aircraft have been modified and specialist equipment are fitted for varying customer requirements.

P-1.b: Company History; Mil-Air was formed in February 1998. At the beginning operations were limited. In July 1998, company was expanded to cover the most of the world, with new bases joining regularly along with new aircraft types from different manufactures of the world. This development also involved a steady and substantial growth in the fields of special operations and other flying oriented programs.

P-1.c: Company Operations; Company is the largest virtual military and special purpose aircraft operator in the world, offering unmatched variety of aircraft types to its pilots.

 

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P-2 : Pilot Ranking and Aircraft Ratings

P-2.a: The Pilot Ranking System governs pilot's position and promotions. It is based upon total flying hours (Duty Time).

P-2.a1: Duty Time is the amount of flying time submitted to Mil-Air with Completed Mission Reports and Check Flight Reports, or time spent working on projects directly related to Mil-Air. Fixed and Rotary wing aircraft flying hours are added to the total hours.

 PILOT RANKING AND AIRCRAFT TYPE RATING SYSTEM

Pilot Ranking

Flying Hours

Promotion Requirement

# Aircraft Type Ratings - SCF/ACF

# Commander Type Ratings - CCF

Missions

Second Officer

0-25 hours 

Flying hours

Category-1 

Nil

Up to 500 nm

First Officer

26-50 hours 

Flying hours

Category-1 & 2 

Nil

Up to 1000 nm

Senior First Officer

51-100 hours 

Flying hours

Category-1 to 3 

Nil

Up to 1500 nm

Captain I

101-200 hours 

C-I Promotion Flight 

Category-1 to 3 

Category-1 & 2 

No Restriction

Captain II

201-300 hours 

C-II Promotion Flight 

Category-1 to 4

Category-1 to 3 

No Restriction

Captain III

301-400 hours 

C-III Promotion Flight 

Category-1 to 4  

Category-1 to 3 

No Restriction

Senior Captain I

401-500 hours 

SC-I Promotion Flight 

Category-1 to 4 

Category-1 to 4 

No Restriction

Senior Captain II

501-700 hours 

SC-II Promotion Flight 

Category-1 to 5 

Category-1 to 4 

No Restriction

Senior Captain III

701-1000 hours 

SC-III Promotion Flight 

Category-1 to 5 

Category-1 to 5 

No Restriction

Executive Captain

1000 + hours 

Special Project 

Category-1 to 5 

Category-1 to 5 

No Restriction

 

# P-2.b: The Aircraft Type Rating System governs the aircraft operating authorization.

P-2.b1: Successful completion of Standard Check Flight (SCF) or Advanced Check Flight (ACF) authorizes pilot to operate the particular aircraft as the copilot (without commanding responsibilities). Refer the table above for applicable aircraft categories for each Pilot Ranking. For details refer Check Flight Command.

P-2.b2: Successful completion of Commander's Check Flight (CCF) authorizes pilot to operate the particular aircraft as the Commander. Refer the table above for applicable aircraft categories for each Pilot Ranking. For details refer Check Flight Command.

P-2.c: Senior First Officer to Captain promotion, the applicant must submit a FS video to the Operations Director showing his/her ability to conduct an instrument landing. For details refer Check Flight Command.

P-2.d: Captain to Senior Captain promotion, the applicant must submit a FS video to the Operations Director showing his/her ability to conduct an instrument landing of multi engine heavy aircraft. For details refer Check Flight Command.

P-2.e: Senior Captain to Executive Captain promotion, the applicant must successfully accomplish a flying related project. The project is individually assigned. If desired Senior Captain can remain in his rating without obtaining executive responsibilities. 

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P-3 : Flying Requirements

P-3.a: To be considered as an active pilot within Mil-Air, the pilot must complete at least one Fixed or Rotary wing aircraft mission per month. A mission includes the outbound and inbound legs [Refer P-3.c below].

P-3.b: When selecting an aircraft / mission combination, pilot should consider the suitability of that aircraft to the mission profile and distance.

# Note: Refer 'Pilot Ranking' table above for mission distance restrictions. Distance limit is calculated between each landing only.

P-3.c: Routine Mission requests must constitute the outbound leg from a Mil-Air base and the inbound leg to a Mil-Air base (identified with an "A" in missions schedule).

Example 1: Mission # 104 - McChord AFB to Denver (outbound from Mil-Air base)

#104A - Denver to McChord AFB (inbound to Mil-Air base)

Example 2: Mission # 104 - McChord AFB to Denver (outbound from Mil-Air base)

#223A - Denver to Patrick AFB (inbound to Mil-Air base)

Either of above missions will count towards your logbook as one completed mission.

P-4 : Authorized Aircraft

P-4.a: Check Flight; Pilot should complete a Check Flight for each new Fixed or Rotary wing aircraft that he/she wishes to operate. Refer Check Flight Command for details.

# P-4.b: Only the aircraft types listed with Mil-Air Hangars are authorized for regular and other squadron flights. Pilots can use aircraft from Mil-Air hangar or other similar aircraft model and should state that in the mission reports.

P-5 : Administrative Requirements

P-5.a: All members are required to maintain a valid (single) e-mail address. If mail is returned , the member's data will be held for two weeks and a confirmation letter will be sent to ensure that the member's internet server did not crash. If unable to reply to the confirmation letter, the member will be removed from Flying Squad to Reserve Pilot Squad.

P-5.b: All members are encouraged to send their suggestions and queries to Operations Director.

P-5.c: Termination; The Operations Director reserves the right to terminate a member for the following:

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 Mil-Air always looks for new challenges. We want quality, not the quantity.


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