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Captain - Model 99 Airliner


Wiggins Airways | Airline | Cargo United States


Model 99 Airliner

Employment -  Permanent

Important: Eligible to work in the U.S., and travel unrestricted in and out of the U.S.
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Wiggins Airways


  • Cargo

  • Fleet 49

United States | N. America

Captain - Model 99 Airliner

  • Non-Rated


Model 99 Airliner

Employment - Permanent

  • LWT - Lewistown

  • United States

Minimum Requirements

Total Time
Time on type
Type Rating
Flight Time Breakdown
1st Class Medical
1200 hours
Not Required
  • Must have 1,200 TT
  • 100 hours multi-engine
  • 500 hours cross-country (defined as point to point)
  • 75 hours instrument (50 must be in an aircraft)
  • 100 hours at night
Not Required

Addition Requirements

  • Commitment to Safety
  • FAA Commercial Pilot License with instrument rating or ATP, high performance and complex endorsements
  • English Proficient
  • First Class or Second-Class Medical
  • FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit
  • Current Passport
  • Eligible to work in the U.S., and travel unrestricted in and out of the U.S.
  • Valid driver's license

Job Description

Wiggins Airways has been in the aviation industry since 1929. We are seeking qualified Flight Crew Members to help us maintain unparalleled service and value for our customers, with the highest dedication to safety, innovation, and teamwork.

We offer a strong culture of safety and service. Our pilots develop exceptional skills, operating in the diverse and challenging weather conditions of the Northeast and Caribbean.

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  • All flights operated all weather, single pilot IFR under canned light plans.
  • Schedules may vary depending on base and flight schedule.
  • Wiggins Pilots average 60 Flight hours per month.
  • Flights typically operate 5 days per week departing in the morning and returning in the evening, with lodging provided at the outstation. Pilots are typically home during the day.

Interview Process & Screening Dates

Stage 1
Stage 2
Our pilot training has a 4-5-week footprint. It starts with one week of InDoc at our headquarters in Manchester, NH. (KMHT). Week two is in-house training on the BE99 aircraft. After that, its aircraft specific training at various in-house locations. Transportation, housing, pay and per diem are provided during training.
In-house checkride with Company Check Pilot, training until proficient, training complete.

Compensation & Benefits

Provident Fund Per Diem Insurance - Life Insurance - Medical Other Training Insurance - Disability Paid Medical Performance-based bonus Paid Time Off Relocation Assistance


  • Competitive Salary
  • 401K with company match
  • We offer a comprehensive benefits package: Medical, Dental, Vision, Short- and Long-Term Disability, Life insurance **ELIGIBLE 1ST OF THE MONTH FOLLOWING DATE OF HIRE**
  • 30 Days hotel provided by Company for relocation assistance
  • Additional benefits: Pilot medical reimbursement, Pilot Bonus Program, Pilot uniforms, Jeppesen Manuals provided, Verizon Wireless discount.
  • Vacation (up to 80 hours accrued for first year)
  • Paid training, including transportation, lodging and per diem
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Base Location

  • LWT - Lewistown

  • United States

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