(JOEY) - LIJO JOSEPH

(Contract Corporate Pilot)

State of PA

Airline Airports of Choice: EWR

Member since 2024

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Are you seeking fulltime employment? No

Smoker No

Passport Yes

Flight Attendant School

School Date

Food Preparation No

Years of Experience 0

Total Flight Hours 9435

Turbo Prop Hours 1480

Jet Hours 5008

ATP Yes

Medical Class first

Languages English

Time in Aricraft 1623 Hours

PIC Time 118 Hours

Price per Day 3500

Price per Day Intl 3700

Training Facility Boeing Training Ctr

Training Date 7/15/2015

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

Time in Aricraft 121 Hours

PIC Time 0 Hours

Price per Day 2800

Price per Day Intl 3000

Training Facility FlightSafety

Training Date 8/12/2016

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

Time in Aricraft 50 Hours

PIC Time 0 Hours

Price per Day 1800

Price per Day Intl 2000

Training Facility FlightSafety

Training Date 3/1/2008

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

Time in Aricraft 121 Hours

PIC Time 0 Hours

Price per Day 2000

Price per Day Intl 2200

Training Facility FlightSafety

Training Date 8/12/2016

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

Time in Aricraft 2767 Hours

PIC Time 1414 Hours

Price per Day 2500

Price per Day Intl 2700

Training Facility CAE SimuFlite

Training Date 5/3/2022

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 Yes

Time in Aricraft 386 Hours

PIC Time 146 Hours

Price per Day 1500

Price per Day Intl 1700

Training Facility FlightSafety

Training Date 8/28/2014

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

Time in Aricraft 42 Hours

PIC Time 0 Hours

Price per Day 1500

Price per Day Intl 1700

Training Facility FlightSafety

Training Date 6/20/2019

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

Time in Aricraft 0 Hours

PIC Time 0 Hours

Price per Day 3000

Price per Day Intl 3200

Training Facility Pan Am

Training Date 2/1/2023

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

Time in Aricraft 370 Hours

PIC Time 64 Hours

Price per Day 3500

Price per Day Intl 3700

Training Facility Pan Am

Training Date 2/1/2023

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

Time in Aricraft 1623 Hours

PIC Time 118 Hours

Price per Day 3000

Price per Day Intl 3200

Training Facility Boeing Training Ctr

Training Date 7/15/2015

Type Rated Yes

Current 135 No

AEROSPATIALE ATR-42: Time in Type:-------------------------------------410 hours Training Date:------------------------------------01/20/2011 Type of Training:--------------------------------Part 121 Training Facility:---------------------------------FSI Price Per Day:------------------------------------$1,800 AEROSPATIALE ATR-72: Time in Type:-------------------------------------503 hours Training Date:------------------------------------01/20/2011 Type of Training:--------------------------------Part 121 Training Facility:---------------------------------FSI Price Per Day:------------------------------------$2000 BOEING B-737-400: Time in Type:-------------------------------------1,623 hours Training Date:------------------------------------07/15/2015 Type of Training:--------------------------------Part 121 Training Facility:---------------------------------BOEING / PAN AM Price Per Day:------------------------------------$3,000 BOEING B-757-200: Time in Type:-------------------------------------0 hours Training Date:------------------------------------02/01/2023 Type of Training:--------------------------------Part 121 Training Facility:---------------------------------BOEING / PAN AM Price Per Day:------------------------------------$3,000 BOEING B-767-300ER: Time in Type:-------------------------------------370 hours Training Date:------------------------------------02/01/2023 Type of Training:--------------------------------Part 121 Training Facility:---------------------------------BOEING / PAN AM Price Per Day:------------------------------------$3,500 BEECHCRAFT BE-350i SUPER KING AIR: Time in Type:-------------------------------------386 hours Training Date:------------------------------------08/28/2014 Type of Training:--------------------------------Part 135 Training Facility:---------------------------------FSI Price Per Day:------------------------------------$1,500 BEECHCRAFT BE-1900: Time in Type:-------------------------------------42 hours Training Date:------------------------------------06/20/2019 Type of Training:--------------------------------Part 135 Training Facility:---------------------------------FSI Price Per Day:------------------------------------$1,700 CESSNA CITATION CE-560 ULTRA: Time in Type:-------------------------------------50 hours Training Date:------------------------------------03/01/2008 Type of Training:---------------------------------Part 135 Training Facility:----------------------------------FSI Price Per Day:-------------------------------------$1,800 EMBRAER ERJ-170: Time in Type:--------------------------------------121 hours Training Date:-------------------------------------08/12/2016 Type of Training:---------------------------------Part 121 Training Facility:----------------------------------FSI Price Per Day:-------------------------------------$2,000 EMBRAER ERJ-190: Time in Type:---------------------------------------0 hours Training Date:--------------------------------------08/12/2016 Type of Training:----------------------------------Part 121 Training Facility:-----------------------------------FSI Price Per Day:--------------------------------------$2,000 GULFSTREAM G-300: Time in Type:---------------------------------------95 hours Training Date:--------------------------------------05/03/2022 Type of Training:----------------------------------Part 135 Training Facility:-----------------------------------CAE Price Per Day:--------------------------------------$2,000 GULFSTREAM G-400: Time in Type:---------------------------------------12 hours Training Date:--------------------------------------05/03/2022 Type of Training:----------------------------------Part 135 Training Facility:-----------------------------------CAE Price Per Day:--------------------------------------$2,000 GULFSTREAM G-IV: Time in Type:---------------------------------------460 hours Training Date:--------------------------------------05/03/2022 Type of Training:----------------------------------Part 135 Training Facility:-----------------------------------CAE Price Per Day:--------------------------------------$2,200 GULFSTREAM G-IVSP: Time in Type :--------------------------------------2,212 hours Training Date:--------------------------------------05/03/2022 Type of Training:----------------------------------Part 135 Training Facility:-----------------------------------CAE Price Per Day:--------------------------------------$2,500 MY FREELANCE PILOT, SIM, GROUND, CFI, AND OTHER A/C MX SERVICES FAIR FLAT RATE FEES: GA INTRODUCTORY FIRST FLIGHT (1 HR WITH A NEW PILOT LOGBOOK):------------------------$150.00 VFR SAFETY PILOT FOR GA PISTON ENGINE AIRCRAFT <12,500 LBS:-------------------------------$60.00/HR VFR SAFETY PILOT FOR GA TURBINE ENGINE AIRCRAFT <12,500 LBS:-----------------------------$70.00/HR PPL GROUND SCHOOL:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$70.00/HR PPL FLIGHT INSTRUCTION:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$90.00/HR PPL FAA CHECK RIDE REVIEW PREP FLIGHT:-----------------------------------------------------------------$110.00/HR IR GROUND SCHOOL:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$80.00/HR IR FLIGHT INSTRUCTION:-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$100.00/HR IR FAA CHECK RIDE REVIEW PREP FLIGHT:--------------------------------------------------------------------$120.00/HR ME GROUND SCHOOL:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$90.00/HR ME FLIGHT INSTRUCTION:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$110.00/HR ME FAA CHECK RIDE REVIEW PREP FLIGHT:------------------------------------------------------------------$130.00/HR CPL GROUND SCHOOL:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$100.00/HR CPL FLIGHT INSTRUCTION:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$120.00/HR CPL FAA CHECK RIDE REVIEW PREP FLIGHT:------------------------------------------------------------------$140.00/HR CFI GROUND SCHOOL:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$110.00/HR CFI FLIGHT INSTRUCTION:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$130.00/HR CFI FAA CHECK RIDE REVIEW PREP FLIGHT:-------------------------------------------------------------------$150.00/HR CFII GROUND SCHOOL:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$120.00/HR CFII FLIGHT INSTRUCTION:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$140.00HR CFII FAA CHECK RIDE REVIEW PREP FLIGHT:------------------------------------------------------------------$160.00/HR MEI GROUND SCHOOL:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$130.00/HR MEI FLIGHT INSTRUCTION:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$150.00/HR MEI FAA CHECK RIDE REVIEW PREP FLIGHT:------------------------------------------------------------------$170.00/HR ATP GROUND SCHOOL:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$140.00/HR ATP FLIGHT INSTRUCTION:------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$160.00/HR ATP FAA CHECK RIDE REVIEW PREP FLIGHT:------------------------------------------------------------------$180.00/HR FLIGHT ENGINEER TURBOJET SUBJECTS:-----------------------------------------------------------------------$150.00/HR OCEANIC PLOTTING CHARTS AND FLIGHT PLANNING:---------------------------------------------------$150.00/HR ADVANCE AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS GROUND SCHOOL:---------------------------------------------------------$160.00/HR FAA WRITTEN EXAM PREP FOR PPL:------------------------------------------------------------------------------$50.00/HR FAA WRITTEN EXAM PREP FOR IR-CPL-FOI-CFI-AGI-BGI-IGI-ATP:---------------------------------------$60.00/HR FAA WRITTEN EXAM PREP FOR A&P MECHANIC GEN-AIR-PWR:----------------------------------------$70.00/HR FAA DRONE PILOT UAS/UAV SUBJECTS:-------------------------------------------------------------------------$70.00/HR FAA DISPATCHER GROUND SCHOOL:----------------------------------------------------------------------------$80.00/HR FAA A&P/AMT/AME GROUND INSTRUCTOR:------------------------------------------------------------------$80.00/HR FAA A&P MECHANIC ORAL AND PRACTICAL EXAM PREP:------------------------------------------------$90.00/HR FCC MROP+GROL ELEMENT 1 AND 3 SUBJECTS:------------------------------------------------------------$90.00/HR FCC ELEMENT 8 SHIP RADAR ENDORSEMENT SUBJECTS:------------------------------------------------$100.00/HR SIMULATOR - ATD/CPT/FTD/GFS/PIT/AATD/BATD/PCTAD:-----------------------------------------------$70.00/HR SIMULATOR FFS LEVEL C AND D SEAT SUPPORT:-----------------------------------------------------------$800.00 (4HR SESSIONS) FAR 121 AIRLINE GROUND SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR:--------------------------------------------------------$1500.00/DAY OR 8 HR FAR 135 CHARTER GROUND SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR:------------------------------------------------------$1300.00/DAY OR 8 HR FLIGHT MX ENGINEER (FME W/ GENFAM & AWR) FOR B-747:------------------------------------------$2400.00/DAY FLIGHT MX ENGINEER (FME W/ GENFAM) FOR B-737:-----------------------------------------------------$2000.00/DAY FLIGHT MX ENGINEER (FME W/ GENFAM) FOR B-727:-----------------------------------------------------$1800.00/DAY AIRCRAFT WASHING AND DETAILING AND POLISHING:--------------------------------------------------$70.00/HR AIRCRAFT PRIMER AND PAINTING PROJECTS:----------------------------------------------------------------$80.00/HR GENERAL AVIATION (GA) PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE:---------------------------------------------------$80.00/HR KITPLANES AND ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTION:----------------------------------------------$80.00/HR AIRCRAFT RESTORATION PROJECTS:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------$90.00/HR AIRCRAFT DOPE & FABRIC RIB LACING & STITCHING AND REPAIRS:---------------------------------$100.00/HR A&P AIRCRAFT MECHANIC - HELICOPTER PISTON ENGINE:---------------------------------------------$110.00/HR A&P AIRCRAFT MECHANIC - HELICOPTER TURBINE ENGINE:-------------------------------------------$120.00/HR A&P AIRCRAFT MECHANIC - ANTIQUE WOOD AND FABRIC:--------------------------------------------$130.00/HR A&P AIRCRAFT MECHANIC - GA PISTON ENGINE:-----------------------------------------------------------$140.00/HR A&P AIRCRAFT MECHANIC - TURBOPROP ENGINE:---------------------------------------------------------$150.00/HR A&P AIRCRAFT MECHANIC - TURBOFAN ENGINE:-----------------------------------------------------------$160.00/HR A&P AIRCRAFT MECHANIC - TURBOJET ENGINE:-------------------------------------------------------------$170.00/HR AIRFRAME COMPOSITE AND HONEYCOMB REPAIRS:------------------------------------------------------$180.00/HR AIRFRAME SHEET METAL AND STRUCTURAL REPAIRS:----------------------------------------------------$190.00/HR AEROSPACE WELDING (ARC-OXY-MIG-TIG-PAW) AND METAL FABRICATION:---------------------$200.00/HR AIRCRAFT AVIONICS TROUBLESHOOTING:--------------------------------------------------------------------$210.00/HR AIRCRAFT PRE-BUY INSPECTION:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------$230.00/HR AIRCRAFT TURBINE ENGINE RUN-UP WITH TRIM CHECKS AND TAXI:-------------------------------$250.00/HR AIRCRAFT MAJOR REPAIR AND ALTERATIONS WITH FAA 337:------------------------------------------$300.00/HR AIRCRAFT AOG MAINTENANCE RECOVERY SERVICE:------------------------------------------------------$400.00/HR AIRCRAFT DOMESTIC DELIVERY FOR GA:----------------------------------------------------------------------$500.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TEST AND ACCEPTANCE FLIGHT FOR GA:--------------------------------$800.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TEST AND ACCEPTANCE FLIGHTS FOR TURBINE:----------------------$1500.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE FAA (SFP) FERRY FLIGHTS:-----------------------------------------------------$1800.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT REPOSITIONING FLIGHT UNDER FAR PART 91:-----------------------------------------------$2000.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS IN (WATRS) ATLANTIC OCEANIC FERRY AND DELIVERY :---------------------$2300.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS IN (NAT-HLA) NORTH ATLANTIC OCEANIC FERRY AND DELIVERY :-------$2500.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS IN (NOPAC) NORTH PACIFIC OCEANIC FERRY AND DELIVERY:-------------$3500.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS IN (SOPAC) SOUTH PACIFIC OCEANIC FERRY AND DELIVERY:--------------$4500.00/BLOCK HR AIRCRAFT FLIGHTS IN HAWAII (CEP) OCEANIC FERRY AND DELIVERY:------------------------------$5500.00/BLOCK HR AVIATION CONSULTATION FEE:----------------------------------------------------------------------------------$240.00/HR (+) ADDITIONAL MINIMUM CHARGE ON HOTEL OR AIRPORT STANDBY:--------------------------$1800.00/DAY (+) ADDITIONAL DOMESTIC PERDIEM STIPEND FOR MEALS:-------------------------------------------$150.00/DAY (+) ADDITIONAL INTERNATIONAL PERDIEM STIPEND FOR MEALS:-----------------------------------$250.00/DAY I AM AVAILABLE FOR 12 CONSECUTIVE DAYS OFF MONTHLY FOR CONTRACT AVIATION WORK: Objective: FAR part 91 contract Pilot, Direct Entry Captain, First Officer, Simulator instructor and seat support, Aviation ground school Instructor, Flight Instructor, part time A&P Instructor, and Aircraft maintenance contract work. AVIATION CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: AVIATION WORK EXPERIENCE IN FAR PART: 61, 65, 91, 103, 107, 121, 125, 135, 141, 142, 147 LICENSE: ATP, CPL, ME, IR, CFI, CFII, MEI, IGI, F/E-747, A&P MECHANIC, REMOTE PILOT-UAS, FCC-RROP, FCC-MROP, FCC-GROL, FCC-SHIP RADAR Type Ratings: ATR-42, ATR-72, B-737, B-757, B-767, BE-300, BE-1900, CE-560, ERJ-170, ERJ-190, G-IV, F/E: B-747 FAR-121 Airline Flying Experience: Yes FAR-135 Corporate Flying Experience: Yes FAR-91 Charter Flying Experience: Yes Oceanic Crossings Experience: Yes Visa Types: Brazil, China, India, Russia Current Medical Class: FAA 1st Class Willing to Relocate: Around the World or Commuting contracts Driving Distance Miles from Commercial Flight Served Airport: 15 TOTAL ICAO AND FAA LOGGED FLIGHT HOURS OF EXPERIENCE IN AIRCRAFT: Total ICAO Flight Hours:---------------------------------9470-----------FAA:-----------8756 Total ICAO Multi-Engine Hours:-----------------------7011-----------FAA:-----------6297 Total ICAO Turbine Engine Hours:-------------------6571-----------FAA:-----------5857 Total ICAO Jet Hours:-------------------------------------5039-----------FAA:-----------4600 Total ICAO Turboprop Hours:-------------------------1480-----------FAA:-----------1256 ADDITIONAL AVIATION SKILLS, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Captain Experience, PIC Experience, 1st Class medical, Part 91, Part 135, Part 121, B-767-300ER DOD troop transport flying experience, ERJ-170, ERJ-175, International Flying Experience, IS-BAO, G-IV, High Performance Endorsement, Boeing ADV-LDS flat panel, EET training, Boeing EFIS glass cockpit, Avidyne Integra EX5000, 6 Pack, Teaching in high traffic environment, Proline 21 and Fusion, Ability to work with anyone, Extensive international and oceanic crossing experience, Very good knowledge and understand of FARs, Writing up Company Operation Manuals and Standard Operating Procedures, Foreflight Proficient, Complex Endorsement, Piston Warbird, Jet Warbird, Aerobatics, Mission Accomplishment Focus, Evaluator Pilot, Hostile Airspace Experience, Part 125 Experience, iPad Proficient, Honeywell Epic, Leadership CRM, contract pilot, BE-300, Defensive Tactics, APG, Airline Transport Pilot, B-737, Oceanic Crossing, Advanced Ground Instructor, CANPASS, Dedicated, professional mindset and outstanding management skills, Trilingual, business jet procedures, glass cockpit, multi-crewmember procedures, Universal fms, Garmin 5000, Bahama and Caribbean flying experience, Busy Class-B airspace experience, Customer Service Driven, Detail Oriented, Simulator Instructor, Have lived abroad, Always Learning, High level of customer service, current and qualified on numerous aircraft, problem solver, communicate effectively, personable, typed and current on numerous aircraft, CRM, 1st Class Medical, Civil Air Patrol, CE560, Asia, Africa, Arinc, Heavy International, Mechanically inclined, Safety and SOP driven, Oceanic Experience, SOP and Safety Driven, VIP Customer Service, Practical and Mechanically minded, Friendly and Easy Going, Checklist and SOP development, Functional Check Flight Pilot, experimental Aircraft Construction, Atlantic Crossings, GIV/G300/G400, Pacific Crossing, Experience as a Facilitator/Instructor, Always looking for solutions, Ability to teach and mentor, Public Speaking, Manage task environment, Adaptability, Critical Decision Making Skills, Problem Resolution, Bachelor of Technology, Aviation Flight, Always been IFR Current and Proficient, B-747, COBHAM EFIS, BOEING LDS, World-Wide Aviation Experience, Threat and Error Management, Flight Evaluation, TURBOJET FLIGHT ENGINEER, Colins ProLine, Thales, Honeywell FMS experience, Part 141 Assistant Chief, Safety Management Systems, Disaster Recovery, EFBs, BE-1900, Cargo, Antique aircraft restoration, Aircraft acceptance &amp; delivery, Customer Service-Oriented, Proven organizational skills, VVIP, Line Check Airman, ETOPS, CPDLC, BLS certified, Glass Cockpit, Auto Pilot, Single Pilot Resource Management, CFI CFII MEI Airplane, Corporate Aviation, Long-haul, time critical operations, Flight Test Experience, Avionics Technician, G-IV, Flexibility, Hard Working, Can Do Spirit, Aircraft Dispatcher, ILS/PRM, EFVS To Rollout, MCC, Technologically Talented, Non-Smoker, Leadership, Teamwork and Monitoring, Application of Procedures, Problem Solving/ Decision Making, Alaska, Former Flight Safety classroom &amp; simulator instructor, North Atlantic Contingency Procedure, Oceanic Airspace ops, World Wide ATC and FIR familiarity, Advanced Avionics and Comm systems, Line Training Captain, FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit, Current US Passport, UAS/UAV, China Crew Visa, Diligent, Analytical thinking and innovation, Active learning and learning strategies, Complex problem-solving, Critical thinking and analysis, Creativity, originality and initiative, Resilience, stress tolerance and flexibility, GIVSP, Instrument Check Pilot, Customer service: Hospitable, resilient, patient and detail-oriented, 141 Check Instructor, Ferry Pilot, Beechcraft, AIRINC Direct, Check instructor, Certified Electronic Technician, logistics, hand flying, BE-350i, Part 107, B-727, IGI, EFIS Proficient, Steam Gauge Proficient, NAT HLA, Tactical Operations, FACTS, ICAO English Proficiency Level 6, RVSM, Russia, quick decision making, High Altitude Endorsement, Cessna, Mexico Experience, Public Speaking, World wide ops: Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic, South America, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Caribbean, HGS/HUD, CAT III A Autoland, CAT C AIRPORT QUALIFICATION(S), Worldwide International Heavy Jet Experience, Corporate Pilot, Class C Airspace, Not afraid to help with maintenance, Part 135 PIC Experience, 142 Pilot Instructor, china metric , china crew visa , LOW VIS OPS , CAT l , CAT ll, CAT lll, VIP Flights, aerial photography, Check Airman &amp; Instructor Experience, ATR-42, ATR-72, International Captain, IFR Current and Proficient, Ability to work well with others, Ability to teach, mentor, manage task environment and adaptability, Caribbean Operations, FMS Experience: Honeywell, Collins, Universal, Instructor Experienced, Ops experience North, Central and South America, Europe, Caribbean, Middle East, CPR/AED, No accidents, incidents, drug issues, investigations or FAA actions, clean pilot record, Practical and Critical Thinking, Honeywell / Universal / Collins FMS, Adaptable and eager to learn new operating environment, Austere Environments, Hawaii Crossings, Avidyne experience, FCC Radio Operator Permit, Commercial Pilot AMEL, Highly experienced in challenging environments. Flexible, perseverance, team player!, MedAire AED Qualified, Authorization to work in the US, and travel in and out of the country without restriction, bush flying experience, aircraft missions, First Aid/CPR/AED, Water Egress Landings/Ditching training, Bush and Mountain Flying Safety Course, Catering Skills, Cooperative, HAZMAT Transport, 30 years of experience, dealing directly with principals., Fly by wire, ACARS, LOW VIS OPS INCLUDING CATIIIB, CATII &amp; CAT I Lower than STD Mins using HUD/EFVS, LOW VIS TAKEOFF TO 75m/300RVR using HUD with or without EFVS, Collins Proline Fusion, B-757/767, fast learner, Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, iCamp, FuelerLinx, Self Starter, Large Cabin, Dynamic, Able to perform in high workload environments, Loyalty, Hard Work, Time Management, Team Work, Responsibility, Dual rated pilot, Advanced UPRT, Organized, CAE, Dual Passports, Effective Communication, Highly motivated and reliable, extremely flexible, responsible and discrete professional who enjoy working in a team., Honeywell, Thales FMS, EVS, Short Field, Confined Area Operations, Root cause analysis, Airline Experience, spin training, AOPA Member, EAA Member, Technical Proficiency, Continuous Learning, Aspen/Eagle/Telluride/Teterboro proficient, Focused on safe, legal, and efficient operations, King Air 300/350i Type Rating, 4 Flight Instructor Ratings, Collins Proline 21/ FMS Experience, 30 year aviation career in Part 121/91/135 flight ops and airlines. No incidents or accidents and clean pilot record, Attention to detail, Critical thinking, Flight planning expertise, International Procedures Current, Excellent written and verbal communication skills, Extensive Oceanic Crossing Experience and International and South America Flying Experience, C-337, pro line fusion, Customer Service Focused, Dynamic Flight Resource Management, airline ramp experience, Ability to multi-task in high stress environments and remain calm and focused. ADDITIONAL AVIATION DETAILS: I am currently flying as a B-767-300ER Pilot, I recently flew as a G-IVSP Captain (PIC) for a very large FAR 135 charter operator on a 15 day work and 13 day off schedule and enjoyed being home based. I am certified and qualified and operated FAR part 91 and part 135 charter flights under the safety audit standards of Air Charter Safety Foundation, IS-BAO, ARGUS platinum, Wyvern Wingman, NBAA, EBAA, NetJets, Flexjet, VistaJet, EJM, Wheels Up, Jet Aviation, XOJET, JetSuite, Apollo charters, and various other charter operators and brokers. I have been flying the Gulfstream G-IVSP for over 7 years now and is one of the best aircraft that I got to fly based on its outstanding high performance and range. The Gulfstream family of aircraft is known as the Cadillac, Maserati, Rolls Royce, and the Lamborghini of aviation and I really feel humbled and honored to fly this aircraft. The Gulfstream lives in the FL430-FL450 altitudes, away from all the heavy thunderstorms, icing, and turbulence where all the heavier airliners get stuck in the FL310-FL410 altitudes. I enjoyed flying the Gulfstream all over the world. I was fortunate to meet and fly the very high net worth people, the elite, Royalty, high profile, VIP, VVIP, Hollywood A-list and top celebrities, TV and movie Icons, A-list music industry personals, Sports stars, Politicians and upper echelons of world governments, the Ultra rich, etc..basically all the people that could afford to pay $10,000-$20,000 per hour for a luxurious private jet and don't typically fly on airlines like American, United, Delta, Southwest, JetBlue, etc..and regional airlines like Endeavor, Republic, Envoy, Expressjet, Mesa, etc..and deal with airlines with the long lines and all the drama dealing with TSA security lines and delays and cancellations. The VIP clients and passengers that I flew pull up to the aircraft door in their personal car and do not typically go thru airline served large airports. I have been employed and started flying in the field of aviation since 1995 at age 15, I got my pilot license before my driver's license, thru my hard work, determination, and dedication, and for the love for airplanes and aviation since I was 2 years old, I was able to achieve my A&P aircraft mechanic, FCC-RROP, FCC-GROL w/ship radar endorsement (element 1, 3, and 8), PPL-ASEL, IR, CPL-ASEL-AMEL, CFI, CFII, MEI, IGI, ATP-AMEL, F/E B-747, and a 4 year college degree (BT)-Bachelor of Technology in Aviation maintenance and avionics technology from age 15-23 all the while I was working full time as an international airlines ramp service agent and a USAF-JROTC cadet and B-747 mechanic at JFK airport while I was in high school and college to support my family, education and flying. I worked full time at JFK airport as a B-747 mechanic while I was taking 21 credits classes per semester in college. As a Pilot, I have accumulated over 9470 ICAO flight hours of which includes over 4358 flight hours of PIC and over 2863 of international flight hours, and over 1789 flight hours of oceanic operations and crossings in the North Atlantic (NAT-OTS and NAT-HLA), Pacific, Hawaii routs, GOMEX, and WATRS routs. I have worked at 6 different FAR 121 Boeing operators doing ACMI charter passenger flights and Military DOD operations and cargo flights all over the world. I have accumulated over 10,000+ hours of being in the cockpit, seeing CRM, FAR 121 crew operations, international ops and crossings in B-747-200 as a flight MX engineer in worldwide international operations working with the flight crew, along with my pilot flight time of 9470+ hours, I have in total accumulated over 19,470+ hours of being in the air and experience. I have FAR 61, 91,121,141 and 135 flight test experience, MX ferry, and flight acceptance after heavy check experience on B-737, B-767, ATR-42, ATR-72, G-IV, G-IVSP, CL-601, BE-350i, and various GA aircraft and (3 engine and 5th pod engine ferry on B747-200). I have heavy experience in GA, International flight ops, Oceanic flight operations, Charter flying, Airline flying, Cargo flying, Hazmat and DG handling, Aviation ground school instructor and IGI, Flight instructor-CFI-CFII-MEI, Aircraft maintenance instructor, avionics and aviation powerplants and technical subjects, ramp service, aircraft restoration, wood and fabric aircraft, NDT, aircraft welding, turbine engine borescope, troubleshooting, aircraft avionics troubleshooting, sheet metal and structures repair, various aircraft powerplants and systems, turbine and piston engine overhaul, line and hangar maintenance and as a B-747-200 flight maintenance engineer in FAR 121 operations. I have set an unofficial Guinness world records attempt back in 2003, where I spend (six months)180 days without any delays of continuous work and traveling the world with only crew duty rest on the B-747-200 as a Flight MX engineer at a FAR 121 airline. As a flight instructor since 2001, I have taught over 500+ pilots who earned their pilot licenses and all ratings. Back in 2001, I taught a deaf student from the beginning who earned his private pilot license for only uncontrolled airport operations. Since 2001, as an AMT/AME/A&P Aircraft mechanic Instructor, I have taught over 1200+ students who earned their FAA A&P licenses. I am an active GA pilot, I have a lot of experience with TAA aircraft, vintage aircraft and fly various rarest GA aircraft and kit and home built aircraft on my free time for enjoyment and keeping current on GA aircraft. Throughout my early academic years to college and in training, I have been a straight A to A+ student and achiever. I do not settle for a C and a passing grade. If you need my contract flying services for FAR part 91 flying on my days off from work, please contact me in advance for booking me. My daily contract rate is based on my excellent safety record and experience on aircraft type, flight time on type and what the average going contract rate is. I am willing to negotiate and work with you so we come to a mutual daily contract rate. MY AVIATION COVER LETTER: I been in love with all kinds of aircraft and aviation since 1980 when I was just two years old, growing up overseas in the rice paddy fields, plantations and a farm. I saw a red colored Bell-47 crop duster hovering just 50 feet to 100 feet over the top of my head and the pilot saw me and he waved to me before he went to spray the rice paddy fields, rubber trees, cacao trees, coffee trees, pineapple groves, and the sugar cane groves in our plantation and family farm. I still remember the red colored beacon light and the distinct sound of the engine and the rotor blades chopping thru the air and beating the air to submission as if it was yesterday. I was mesmerized by this flying machine hovering over my head, it was like seeing a UFO for the first time when I was a 5 year old kid and feeling euphoric, I was a like a deer in headlights and did not what to do, it was a very amazing feeling. I always wished that one day I could meet and thank that pilot who gave me the aviation bug 44 years ago. I been hooked on all types of aircraft since then and when I got bitten from the aviation bug from that day onward, it has been my lifelong journey and pursuit for the cure and remedy, but I do find clarity in the clouds. I used to look up and see the Airbus A-300 streak across the sky with contrails since I was two years old. The aviation field is my life’s only true passion and favorite hobby and I do not see it or view it as my job, it is just my true love. I went thru so many ups and downs in my career and life which caused a lot of financial hardship in my life and my family's life, but I still kept a positive attitude and devoted my time and energy to the aviation industry, because it's in my blood since childhood. My aviation background is diverse and unique and is of high caliber with high level of confidence in my knowledge and I am intrepid in my character, bold in my words and statements, and fearless in my nature, but I have high respect for mother nature, and I am not foolish in my ADM judgments. I am an aviator who never leaves the fuel behind in the fuel truck, leaves the runway behind me, and leaves the altitude above me. I have been an ATP rated pilot at age 23 since 2002, which I was always born to do. I am a very positive person and a highly proficient pilot with very high moral character (14 CFR 61.153 c) and with very high ethics and always been a true professional, friendly and courteous and respectful to others all my life. I truly love flying so much that I will fly any aircraft that has wings built to fly and is deemed airworthy. I am not afraid of flying a single engine aircraft across the Atlantic or Pacific Ocean that I fixed and certified and deemed airworthy, because I have very high confidence in myself, my own work as an aircraft mechanic and my piloting ability and navigation skills as an aviator. I like being different and I think outside the box, I think critically and analytically and my judgment skills when it comes to safety is the utmost paramount. I truly believe that my life and career in aviation has more of a unique and stellar purpose, value and meaning. I am very different and unique in my aviation experience and knowledge. I have been employed and started in the field of aviation since 1995 at age 15. I always had the right stuff in me, I have a very deep intimate knowledge of aircraft systems, avionics, powerplants and the aviation field itself. I become one with the aircraft that I teach, fix, operate and fly. I know exactly what is happening behind every button, dials, levers and controls that I push and operate on an aircraft. I love teaching and instructing and to impart knowledge to others. I have the true quality, attribute, knowledge, and skills of an aviator but most of all, a strong passion and commitment for the aviation industry and a proven standard for excellent service. I am a calm, and cool and collected pilot, I am a good and solid and safe pilot with very high level of professionalism, integrity, leadership, omniscience, tenacity, and excellent airmanship with a sound acquaintance with the principles of flight. I have the ability to operate an aircraft with high level of competence and precision both on the ground and in the air. I exercise of sound judgment that results in optimal operational safety and efficiency. I have great interpersonal skills, excellent leadership skills, great CRM and communication skills, great work ethic, I have always been a good and hard working employee, I am productive and very efficient, my customer service is of the highest level, I do not cut any corners, I follow SOP's, my ADM skills are of the highest level, I don't let anyone pressure me to do anything unsafe, dangerous, foolish and reckless (14 CFR 91.13) and against the limitations of the aircraft and my crew or in violation of the FAR's, AFM, and SOP's. I am loyal to my job as a pilot and my profession itself, I love to teach and share my accumulated aviation knowledge with my colleagues and fellow Pilots, and I am very passionate about aviation. I have the right attitude and experience to be a member of your flight team. I am safety oriented, I pay attention to detail, I have a very strong customer service attitude, I embrace customer service philosophy, I am a team player, I am highly knowledgeable in customer service, weather, flight planning, oceanic planning, aerodynamics, safety of flight, aircraft systems and limitations, avionics, airframe, powerplants, aircraft performance, and aviation history. My unique aviation background is diverse and includes GA and airline ramp and line service, GA and B-747-100/200 aircraft maintenance, A&P/AMT/AME aircraft maintenance instructor, Flight school line check airman and Flight instructor CFI-CFII-MEI, Ground instructor IGI, FAA dispatcher ground and flight simulator instructor, B-747-100/200 flight maintenance engineer and technical representative (Tech-Rep), B-747-100/200 parts stores clerk, avionics and line technician, flight school assistant chief pilot, ATR-42 and ATR-72 night cargo pilot (FedEx feeder), B-737-400 and B-767 domestic and international airline pilot, King Air BE-350i charter VIP pilot, ERJ-170 and ERJ-175 regional airline pilot, G-IV and G-IVSP domestic and international charter VIP and VVIP pilot and captain and FAR part 91 contract pilot. I also have FAR 61, 65, 91, 103, 107, 121, 125, 135, 141, 142, 147 aviation work and flight experience since 1995, which is 29 years of experience without any accidents, incidents or violations. I am type rated on 12 different transport category aircraft and have accumulated vast and extensive aviation experience. Since I got to grow up in a farm until I was seven years old, I still have the farmer's core values and work ethic which I was raised and taught, and it is still with me even though I am a Pilot today and I am confident that I would be a valuable addition to the flight team, and I offer many years of dedicated service. ADDITIONAL CREDENTIALS, HONORS, AWARDS, CERTIFICATES, TRAINING HISTORY AND EARLY ACHIEVEMENTS IN AVIATION: ~ DOD: (Department of Defense) Geneva conventions ID (USAF GSO III rank) for entrance into all US Military bases worldwide (since 2003) - Arlington, VA. ~ DOD: (Department of Defense) US Government secret clearance in the event of CRAF activation (since 2003) - Arlington, VA. ~ DOD: (Department of Defense) CRAF Certificate from USAF General: John William Handy (Commercial Airlift Division - AMC) (2003) ROZ - Rota, Spain. ~ USAF: (DOD-CRAF activation): Certificate of appreciation for outstanding support (Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003 War) BAH - Muharraq, Bahrain. ~ USAF: (DOD-CRAF activation): Outstanding dedicated service token of appreciation ( Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003 War) FJR - Fujairah, UAE. ~ USAF: (DOD-CRAF activation): Air mobility command token of appreciation (Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003 War) NSY - Sigonella, Italy. ~ USAF: JROTC AVNY-932 WING: (3 years) completed certificate from Aviation High School (1998) - Long Island City, NY. ~ USAF: JROTC AVNY-932 WING: Scholastic excellence award with medal from Aviation High School (1996) - Long Island City, NY. ~ USAF: JROTC AVNY-932 WING: Outstanding cadet of the year from Aviation High School (1997) - Long Island City, NY. ~ USAF: JROTC AVNY-932 WING: Flight pilot wing award for having completed solo as a JROTC cadet from Aviation High School (1995) - Long Island City, NY. ~ USAF: JROTC AVNY-932 WING: Flight pilot wing award for having achieved PPL as a JROTC cadet from Aviation High School (1997) - Long Island City, NY. ~ USAF: JROTC AVNY-932 WING: Special service award with medal - Logistics wing from Aviation High School (1998) - Long Island City, NY. ~ USAF: JROTC AVNY-932 WING: Certificate of appreciation from Aviation High School (1997) - Long Island City, NY. ~ US House Of Representatives: Seal of the Speaker of the House - Token of appreciation (2020) - Washington, DC. ~ NAFI: Professional flight instructor since 2001 certificate (2001) - Portage, MI. ~ NAFI: Professional flight instructor since 2001 NAFI code of ethics and standards certificate (2005) - Portage, MI. ~ NAFI: Professional flight instructor since 2001 over 6 years certificate (2007) - Portage, MI. ~ NAFI: Professional flight instructor since 2001 over 7 years certificate (2008) - Portage, MI. ~ FAA: Silver award for aircraft restoration and maintenance for B747-100/200 (2002) NM-FSDO - Albuquerque, NM. ~ FAA: Silver (AMT) Aviation maintenance technician awards program lapel pin (2002) NM-FSDO - Albuquerque, NM. ~ FAA: Bronze award for aircraft restoration and maintenance for C-337/O-2 (1996) NY-FSDO - Garden City, NY. ~ FAA: Bronze (AMT) Aviation maintenance technician awards program lapel pin (1996) NY-FSDO - Garden City, NY. ~ FAA and DOT: suspected unapproved parts program training certificate NY-FSDO (2001) LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ FAA and DOT: Aviation safety seminar training certificate NY-FSDO (1996) LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ FAA: Aviation safety program taxi 101 certificate (2004) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAA: Safety team aviation learning - Part 107 SUAS award for training (2017) - Oklahoma City, OK. ~ FAA: FAR 135.299 check ride done on 11/30/21 with FAA-DE: James Harold Potter VNY-LAX airport for G-IV upgrade - Van Nuys, CA. ~ American Flyers: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course and enrichment training certificate (2003) ISP - Islip, NY. ~ Aviation Seminars: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course + enrichment training certificate (2005) - Somerville, NJ. ~ American Flyers: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course + enrichment training certificate (2006) ISP - Islip, NY. ~ Aviation Seminars: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course + enrichment training certificate (2008) OXC - Oxford, CT. ~ Aviation Seminars: 49 CFR part 1552 Security awareness training completion certificate (2008) OXC - Oxford, CT. ~ Aviation Seminars: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course + enrichment training certificate (2010) - New York, NY. ~ Aviation Seminars: 49 CFR part 1552 Security awareness training completion certificate (2010) - New York, NY. ~ FAA / AOPA: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course + enrichment training certificate (2012) FLL - Ft. Lauderdale, FL. ~ FAA and AOPA: 49 CFR part 1552 Security awareness training completion certificate (2012) FLL - Ft. Lauderdale, FL. ~ American Flyers: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course + enrichment training certificate (2014) online renewal. ~ American Flyers: 49 CFR part 1552 Security awareness training certificate (2014). ~ American Flyers: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course and enrichment training certificate (2016) online renewal. ~ American Flyers: 49 CFR part 1552 Security awareness training certificate (2016). ~ American Flyers: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course and enrichment training certificate (2018) online renewal. ~ American Flyers: 49 CFR part 1552 Security awareness training certificate (2018). ~ American Flyers: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course and enrichment training certificate (2020) online renewal. ~ American Flyers: 49 CFR part 1552 Security awareness training certificate (2020). ~ American Flyers: (FIRC) Flight instructor refresher course and enrichment training certificate (2022) online renewal. ~ American Flyers: 49 CFR part 1552 Security awareness training certificate (2022). ~ EAA: Attended various safety meetings and workshop and enrichment training since 1995. ~ EAA: Attended the EAA AirVenture airshow in (OSH) Oshkosh, WI (2023) ~ EAA: Active member of EAA Chapter 70 at Braden Airpark in Easton, PA since: (2019). ~ ALPA and AOPA: Runway safety program award training certificate (2008) TEB - Teterboro, NJ. ~ ALPA and AOPA and FAA: Runway safety program training certificate (2011) FRG - Farmingdale, NY. ~ AOPA and TSA: General aviation security training certificate (2012) ABE - Allentown, PA. ~ AOPA: Member since 1995, attended various safety meetings and workshops and enrichment training. ~ AOPA: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association member over 10 year lapel pin wing award (2005) - Frederick, MD. ~ AOPA: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association member over 25 years lapel pin wing award (2020) - Frederick, MD. ~ AOPA: Air safety foundation runway safety program training certificate (2008) CDW - Fairfield, NJ. ~ AOPA: Flight training's Roll call newspaper new pilot list (1998) - Parkvill, MO. ~ AOPA: First flight certificate (1995) CFI: Matias Jimenez from SWF-TEB airport - New Windsor, NY. ~ AOPA: Solo flight certificate (1995) CFI: John Francis Doherty from BLM and TEB airport - Teterboro, NJ. ~ AOPA: PPL certificate (1997) FAA-DPE: Joseph Parker Holt from BLM airport - Farmingdale, NJ. ~ AOPA: Instrument rating certificate (2000) FAA-DPE: Charles Engleman Perry from FHU airport - Sierra Vista, AZ. ~ AOPA: CPL certificate (2000) FAA-DPE: Dennis Wilbur Genzman from RYN airport - Tucson, AZ. ~ AOPA: ME rating certificate (2000) FAA-DPE: Byron David Degroff from GON airport - Groton, CT. ~ AOPA: CFII rating certificate (2001) stage check CFII: Daniel Carl Klingler from OUN airport - Norman, OK. ~ AOPA: MEI rating certificate (2001) FAA-DPE: Clint Arthur Boehler from OUN airport - Norman, OK. ~ AOPA: CFI certificate (2001) FAA-DPE: Clint Arthur Boehler from OUN airport - Norman, OK. ~ AOPA: ATP certificate (2002) FAA-DPE: Joan Bensing Bertles from TTN airport - Trenton, NJ. ~ Aero Service International: B-747 Flight Engineer certificate FAA-DFEE: Norman Edward Cook (2002) - Miami, FL. ~ New York Daily News: I was featured in article about the Kiwanis scholarship winners list (1999) - New York, NY. ~ New York Newsday: I was featured in the newspaper article about flight training as the CFI (2001) FRG - Melville, NY. ~ FCC: Master of communication technology in avionics and radio repair NRE (1996) (sn: 17764) - Washington, DC. ~ FCC: National radio examiners NRE (1996) (Element 1 sn: W9517266 COLEM: Robin Richard Ruggiero) - Dallas, TX ~ FCC: National radio examiners NRE (1996) (Element 3 sn: W9517764 COLEM: Robin Richard Ruggiero) - Dallas, TX. ~ FCC: COLEM-Elkins international (2000) (Element 8 sn: E00-001182 COLEM: Robin Richard Ruggiero) - Dallas, TX. ~ Air France: Concorde certificate for breaking the speed of sound as a passenger - Mach 2 at FL600 (1999) JFK-CDG - Paris, France. ~ NASAO-CARE: (Center for Aviation Research and Education) NY state winner (1993) - Silver Spring, MD. ~ NASA-FAA-DOT: International aviation and aerospace art contest winner category-II (1993) - Washington, DC. ~ NASA-NSTA-SSIP: Space science student involvement program award (1994) - Washington, DC. ~ Port Authority of NY&NJ: Airport security, SIDA, ramp and ground operations training (2004) EWR - Newark, NJ. ~ Port Authority of NY&NJ: SIDA FAA regulation 107.25 and TSA regulation 1542 (2004) EWR - Newark, NJ. ~ State of NJ Department of Education: Division of Vocational Education instructor (2002) TEB - Teterboro, NJ. ~ Boeing: B-747-100/200 F/E training - Aviation celestial navigation (sextant) training (2002) MIA - Miami, FL. ~ Boeing: B-727 (GEN FAM) certificate -Prof. Vincent Joseph Driscoll (2000) College of Aeronautics - Flushing, NY. ~ Boeing: B-737 (GEN FAM) certificate -Prof. Vincent Joseph Driscoll (2000) College of Aeronautics - Flushing, NY. ~ Boeing: B-727 / B-737 run-up College summer enrichment -Prof. Vincent Joseph Driscoll (1996) LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ College of Aero: Summer institute enrichment - Delta MD-80 taxi intro-1 and AA Fokker-100 line MX (1995) LGA and JFK. ~ College of Aero: Summer institute enrichment - Delta MD-80 taxi intro-2 and TWA B-727 line MX (1996) LGA. ~ Various FAA safety seminars, advanced training, various aviation workshops attended FAA-FSDO air safety team. ~ American Heart Association: CPR/AED for adult and pediatric training certificate (2014) - Dallas, TX. ~ American safety and health institute: CPR/AED first aid training certificate (2017) - Eugene, OR. ~ American Red Cross: CPR/AED/BLS for adult, child and infant, first aid training certificate (2019) - Washington, DC. ~ American Heart Association: Heart saver first aid training certificate (2019) - Dallas, TX. ~ American Heart Association: Heart saver, first aid, CPR, AED training certificate (2021) - Dallas, TX. ~ ICAO: Airport assessment test for LSZS in Switzerland FAM briefing test with 97% score (2018) - Montreal, Canada. ~ National Air Transportation Association - known crew member training certificate (2020) - Washington, DC. ~ National Air Transportation Association - Blue Light Initiative training certificate (2020) - Washington, DC. ~ National Air Transportation Association - Blue Light Initiative training certificate (2022) - Washington, DC. ~ National Air Transportation Association - Employee Anti Drug +AMPP training certificate (2022) - Washington, DC. ~ AIRCARE: FACTS and EPT and hypoxia training certificate (2020) from CAE MMU - Morristown, NJ. ~ FSI: Domestic reduced vertical separation minimums training certificate (2014) FlightSafety ICT - Wichita, KS. ~ FSI: FAR 121 aircraft upset recovery training on DCH-8Q400 simulator (2007) FlightSafety YYZ - Toronto, Canada. ~ FSI: ATR-42/72 FAR 121 initial training completion certificate (2008) FlightSafety HOU - Houston, TX. ~ FSI: ATR-42/72 FAR 121 recurrent training completion certificate (2009) FlightSafety HOU - Houston, TX. ~ FSI: ATR-42 and ATR-72 EVAS smoke in cockpit training certificate (2008) FlightSafety HOU - Houston, TX. ~ FSI: FAR 121 TEM, MCC, ALAR training certificate (2009) FlightSafety HOU - Houston, TX. ~ FSI: FAR 121/135 CRM training certificate (2008) FlightSafety HOU - Houston, TX. ~ FSI: FAR 135 SIC CE-560 Citation Ultra initial training completion certificate (2008) FlightSafety TOL - Toledo, OH. ~ FSI: UNS-1 FMS training certificate (2007) FlightSafety TOL - Toledo, OH. ~ FSI: King Air BE-300/350i FAR 135 INHA training completion certificate (2014) FlightSafety ICT - Wichita, KS. ~ FSI: King Air BE-300/350i FAR 135 upgrade training completion certificate (2015) FlightSafety ATL - Atlanta, GA. ~ FSI: Pro-line 21, Primus-Epic, High Altitude Jet training (2007) FlightSafety TOL - Toledo, OH. ~ FSI: Enrichment high altitude training certificate (2014) FlightSafety ICT - Wichita, KS. ~ FSI: High altitude training FAR 61.31(g)1 / FAR 61.31(g)2 logbook endorsement (2014) FlightSafety ICT - Wichita, KS. ~ FSI: King Air BE-300/350i pilot elite proficiency card (Pro card) (2014) FlightSafety ICT - Wichita, KS. ~ FSI: King Air BE-300/350i pilot elite proficiency card (Pro card) (2015) FlightSafety ATL - Atlanta, GA. ~ FSI: BE-1900 FAR 61.157 initial training completion certificate (2019) FlightSafety LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ FSI: Teammate learning center- security awareness training (2019) FlightSafety LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ FSI: Teammate learning center- TSA security awareness training (2019) FlightSafety LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ FSI: Teammate learning center- unlawful harassment prevention training (2019) FlightSafety LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ CAE: LRN, D/I-RVSM, oceanic training certificate (2014) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: GPS training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Aircraft ditching procedures training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: FAA ramp check training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Terrain awareness training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Ground de-ice and anti-ice training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Jeppesen chart and AIM review training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Takeoff and landing performance training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Runway incursion and excursion training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Standard phraseology and communication program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Communication threat management training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Threat and error management (TEM) training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Cockpit distraction management training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Traffic awareness training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Controlled flight into terrain (CFIT) training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Continuous decent final approach (CDFA) concept training certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Fire in flight training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: Thunderstorm and wind shear training program course certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: G-IV PIC (Pro card) pilot proficiency certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: ETOPS training, low visibility taxi and takeoff (RVR less than 600/600/600) training certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: History of air crashes and aviation disasters training certificate (2017) CAE-NETC. ~ CAE: G-IV FAR 135 FAA initial added type rating training certificate (2017) - Morristown, NJ. ~ CAE: G-IV FAR 135 FAA recurrent training certificate (2018) - Morristown, NJ. ~ CAE: G-IV FAR 135 instrument proficiency check training certificate (2018) - Morristown, NJ. ~ CAE: G-IV FAR 135 instrument proficiency check training certificate (2019) - Morristown, NJ. ~ CAE: G-IV FAR 135 FAA recurrent training certificate (2019) - Morristown, NJ. ~ CAE: G-IV FAR 135 FAA recurrent operator specific training certificate (2020) - Morristown, NJ. ~ CAE: G-IV FAR 135 FAA recurrent training certificate (2021) - Morristown, NJ. ~ CAE: G-IV FAR 135 instrument proficiency check training certificate (2022) - Morristown, NJ. ~ ASCENT Training: FAA Approved FAR 121 Airline and FAR 135 charter training provider - Advanced Aircrew Academy: - Charleston, SC. ~ ASCENT training: General emergency training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Electronic flight bag and iPad training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Winter operations and cold weather training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Winter ops and surface contamination training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: CFIT and wake turbulence training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: TCAS training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Aviation weather training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Hazmat - will carry training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: TSA security training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Crew resource management training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: International procedures, CPDLC / PBCS initial training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: RVSM and WATRS training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: ADS-B initial training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: RNAV PBN training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Food safety and handling initial training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: FAA and FAR Regulatory training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: FAR, AIM, and NTSB 830 training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: OSHA ground handling training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Runway Incursion training certificate (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Instrument procedures and performance, ILS, PRM (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). ~ ASCENT training: Alcohol and drug misuse prevention program initial training certificate (2017). ~ ASCENT training: FAR 135 Basic indoctrination training certificate (2017). ~ TrainingBOOM: FAA Approved FAR 121 Airline and FAR 135 charter training provider: - Colliervill, TN. ~ TrainingBOOM: Appropriate provisions of 14 CFR certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: ATC systems, procedures and phraseology certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: CFIT avoidance certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Class G airspace and non-towered airport operations certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: CPR including automated external defibrillator certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: CRM - fatigue and rest certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: CRM - human factors certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: CRM - threat and error management certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: General emergency certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Low visibility ground operations certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Meteorology - weather systems certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Physiology - high altitude certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Runway incursion and overrun avoidance certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: SMS (safety management systems) certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Visual cues for decent below minimums certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Volcanic ash certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Wake turbulence certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Wind shear avoidance certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Winter and cold weather operations certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Drug and alcohol testing program certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Minimum equipment list certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Will not carry hazardous material certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: Insider threat awareness and suspicious behavior certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: TSA basic self-defense for crew members certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: TSA GSC part 1 - domestic certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: TSA GSC part 2 - international certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ TrainingBOOM: TSA inflight security coordinator certificate of completion (2020, 2021). ~ CPat: FAA Approved FAR 121 Airline training provider: - Spring, TX. ~ CPat: UPRT- Intro, aerodynamics, safety, incidences, awareness, management, recognition, system malfunctions (2022). ~ CPat: Intro to ADS-B in and out (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) (2022). ~ CPat: Intro to ALAR (Approach and Landing Accident Reduction) case study of Asiana 214 and Korean Air 801 (2022). ~ CPat: Concepts of Aircraft Performance - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: Concepts of SMS (Safety Management Systems) - Culture, documentation reporting, performance monitoring, framework (2022). ~ CPat: Concepts of security - search, pre-boarding screening, baggage, cargo screening, ground and inflight, hijacking, terrorism, unlawful seizure (2022). ~ CPat: Concepts of aircraft weight and balance - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: CFIT (Controlled Flight Into Terrain) - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: CPDLC (Controller Pilot Data Link Communications) - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: CRM - Intro, TEM, complacency, international flight, stratle and surprise (2022). ~ CPat: CRM - Aircraft accidents case study of AA-965, AA-1420, AA-1400, Helios-522, Turkish-951, and Singapore-006 (2022). ~ CPat: Dangerious Goods and HAZMAT-will carry - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: EGPWS (Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning Systems) basic modes 1-7, look ahead terrain alerting (2022). ~ CPat: ETOPS (Extended Twin-engine Operations Performance Standards) - generic route, certification, flight plan, fuel analysis, plotting charts (2022). ~ CPat: ETOPS - Atlantic and Pacific, commuincation, preflight planning, flight profile, coast out, coast in, waypoint and emergency procedures (2022). ~ CPat: Fatigue Risk Management - Regulations part 1-3, science of sleep, sleep disorders, wakefulness hints (2022). ~ CPat: FRM (Fault Reporting Manual) Boeing - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: GPS (Global Positioning System) - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: High altitude flight and rapid decompression general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: ICAO Flight Plan - Intro, operational messages and flight plan modifications (2022). ~ CPat: Low Visibility - overview, approaches, CAT II, CAT III (2022). ~ CPat: MEL (Minimum Equipment List) general subjects and MEL procedural training (2022). ~ CPat: NAT-HLA (North Atlantic Track High Level Airspace) - Intro, traffic, flight planing, oceanic clearances, communications, GNE (2022). ~ CPat: PBN (Performance Based Navigation) - Compliance, concepts, navigational history, specifications (2022). ~ CPat: PRM (Precision Runway Monitoring) -Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: PWS (Predicitive Windshear System) -Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: RVSM (Reduced Vertical Seperation Minimum) -Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: RNAV-RNP (Boeing) - Intro, approach description, aircraft display and RNAV information (2022). ~ CPat: TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System) - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: Volcanic Ash - Intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: Weapons (DNA) - intro, general subjects (2022). ~ CPat: Weather - Wind, weather radar, hot temperature ops, cold weather ops, adverse weather (2022). ~ CPat: B-767 ADV Display System - Intro, general subjects, ND (2022). ~ CPat: B-757 to B-767 Differences for all aircraft systems (2022). ~ CPat: B-767 aircraft general, oxygen system, electrical system, hydraulic system, landing gear and brakes (2022). ~ CPat: B-767 Pneumatic systems, air conditioning, pressurization systems, APU, fuel systems, autoflight, FMS (2022). ~ CPat: B-767 Ice and rain protection, powerplants, fire detection and protection, flight controls, INS, Nav Comm (2022). ~ FAR 121: Certificate of completion #:81075-64971418-3193511 FAR's (Restricted) (2022) - Wayne, PA. ~ FAR 121: Certificate of completion #:81145-64971419-3193511 FAR's Part 117 (Restricted) (2022) - Wayne, PA. ~ FAR 121: PFA: Pan Am Flight Academy - Life raft in pool, emergency equipment, fire, slides, life vest training (2011) MIA - Miami, FL. ~ FAR 121: PFA: Pan Am Flight Academy - Life raft in pool, emergency equipment, fire, Boeing raft slides, life vest (2022) MIA - Miami, FL. ~ FAR 121: HAZMAT and (DG) dangerous goods, cargo class fire training (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) CLT - Maiden, NC. ~ FAR 121: ATR-42 SIC and ATR-72 SIC training (2008) in FlightSafety HOU - Houston, TX. ~ FAR 121: B-737 PIC training (2011) Boeing and Pan Am Flight Academy (PFA) MIA - Miami, FL. ~ FAR 121: B-757 and B-767 PIC training (2022) Boeing and Pan Am Flight Academy (PFA) MIA - Miami, FL ~ FAR 121: ERJ-170 PIC and ERJ-190 PIC training (2016) in FlightSafety STL - St. Louis, MO. ~ FAR 121: Oceanic Ops training and international operations training (2011) MIA - Miami, FL. ~ FAR 121: Boeing B-747-100/200 Flight MX Engineer: 10,000+ International flight hours of experience as tech-rep. ~ FAR 121: Boeing B-747-100/200 Taxi + High-power runs + EVC trim run trained (1999, 2002, 2003) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 121: High power engine run-up + taxi qual (B-747-200: JT9-D and CF6-50 powerplants) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAA 121: Boeing B-747-100/200 MX (AWR) Airworthiness Release Authorization training (2002) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 121: Boeing B-747-200 General Familiarization (GEN FAM) Certificate-Tower Air (1998) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 121: Boeing B-747-200 GEN FAM from Richard's Aviation - Pinal airpark Marana boneyards (2003) - Tucson, AZ. ~ FAR 121: Evergreen International Airlines: B-747-200 AWR training certificate (2002) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 121: Evergreen International Airlines: B-747-200 Receiving inspection training (2002) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 121: Evergreen International Airlines: B-747-200 MX logbook and DMI training (2002) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 121: Evergreen International Airlines: B-747-200 GP&P training certificate (2002) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 121: Evergreen International Airlines: B-747-200 Safety training certificate (2002) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 121: Evergreen International Airlines: B-747-200 Collins WX700 radar factory training (1997) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ FAR 135: Safety Management System - SMS training certificate (2017) TEB - Teterboro, NJ. ~ FAR 135: ERP General working knowledge training certificate (2017) TEB - Teterboro, NJ. ~ FAR 135: CTS training: arctic, polar, maritime, desert, jungle, water, wilderness survival (2014) BDR - Bridgeport, CT. ~ FAR 135: Survival Systems U.S.A: Aircraft ditching, water egress, and underwater escape (2014) GON - Groton, CT. ~ FAR 135: CE-560 SIC Citation Ultra training (2008) FlightSafety TOL - Toledo, OH. ~ FAR 135: BE-300 PIC training (2014) FlightSafety ICT - Wichita, KS. ~ FAR 135: G-IV PIC training (2017) CAE NETC - Morristown, NJ. ~ FAR 135: BE-1900 PIC training (2019) FlightSafety LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ FAR 141: CFI Stall induced spin and recovery training done on C-152 aerobat aircraft (2001) OUN - Norman, OK. ~ Ramp service: Airport equipment, and airport vehicles training and Airport security training (1997) JFK - Jamaica, NY. ~ UNICEF: Charity donor and supporter since 1995 for humanitarian aid and relief - New York, NY ~ The National Children's Cancer Society: Certificate of Appreciation (2001) - St. Louis, MO. ~ St. Jude Children's' Research Hospital: Supporter and charity donor since 2002 - Memphis, TN ~ The Salvation Army: Supporter and charity donor since 1995 - Alexandria, VA. ~ The American Red Cross: Supporter and charity donor since 1997 - Washington, DC. ~ ORBIS International: Sight Flight DC-12's member and charity donor (2001) - Charleston, SC. ~ NYCATA and UFT: Citation for transportation art award certificate (1992) - New York, NY. ~ NYCATA and UFT: Finalist for transportation art award certificate (1992) - New York, NY. ~ NYCATA and UFT: My aviation art work printed copy was displayed in the MTA trains in NYC (1992) - New York, NY. ~ Aviation High School: Certificate for FAA Airframe - FAA DME: Martin Pollizotio (1998) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Aviation High School: Certificate for FAA Powerplant - FAA DME: Mario Cotumaccio (1999) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Aviation High School: Certificate of excellence for airborne flying club (1996) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Aviation High School: Flying club memorial scholarship award (1998) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Aviation High School: A&P aviation mechanics toolbox award (1998) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Aviation High School: Honor Society club lapel pin wing award (1996) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Aviation High School: Honor Society club award certificate (1997) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Aviation High School: Honor Society club award certificate (1998) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Board of Education City of NY: Aviation High School Diploma with honor and merit (1999) - Long Island City, NY. ~ Board of Education City of NY: Technical studies category accomplishment (1997) - Queens, NY. ~ All American Scholar: For academic achievement in High School in the US (1998) - Queens, NY. ~ Who's Who Among American High School students': Achievement for top 5% in the US (1997) - Queens, NY. ~ Discover card: Tribute award gold scholarship winner for NY state (1997) - Riverwoods, IL ~ United States Senate: Outstanding achievement - congratulation letter from NY senator (1997) - Washington, DC. ~ Kiwanis Club of LGA airport: Aviation scholarship winner (2001) LGA - Flushing, NY. ~ VICA: Certificate for (1998) competition for hydraulic tube bending, flaring, and vernier calipers - Syracuse, NY. TOTAL BREAK DOWN OF MY PILOT FLIGHT TIME:--------------------------------(HOURS): TOTAL ICAO FLIGHT TIME:-----------------------------------------------------------------9470 TOTAL FAA FLIGHT TIME:-------------------------------------------------------------------8756 TOTAL PILOT IN COMMAND (P1):-------------------------------------------------------4358 TOTAL SECOND IN COMMAND (P2):---------------------------------------------------4354 TOTAL PIC MULTI ENGINE AIRCRAFT:--------------------------------------------------2048 TOTAL PIC TURBINE ENGINE:-------------------------------------------------------------1742 TOTAL ICAO TURBINE ENGINE:-----------------------------------------------------------6571 TOTAL FAA TURBINE ENGINE:-------------------------------------------------------------5857 TOTAL ICAO MULTI ENGINE:---------------------------------------------------------------7011 TOTAL FAA MULTI ENGINE:-----------------------------------------------------------------6297 TOTAL PISTON SINGLE ENGINE:----------------------------------------------------------2457 TOTAL PISTON MULTI ENGINE:-----------------------------------------------------------0447 TOTAL PISTON ENGINE:---------------------------------------------------------------------2904 TOTAL ICAO COMPLEX AIRCRAFT:-------------------------------------------------------7046 TOTAL FAA COMPLEX AIRCRAFT:---------------------------------------------------------6332 TOTAL ICAO FMS COUPLED TO APFD AIRCRAFT:-----------------------------------5648 TOTAL FAA FMS COUPLED TO APFD AIRCRAFT:-------------------------------------4934 TOTAL ICAO GLASS COCKPIT / EFIS / APFD AIRCRAFT:----------------------------6577 TOTAL FAA GLASS COCKPIT / EFIS / APFD AIRCRAFT:------------------------------5863 TOTAL ANALOG / STEAM GAUGE AIRCRAFT:-----------------------------------------2891 TOTAL OCEANIC (HF COMM ONLY SECTORS):---------------------------------------1789 TOTAL INTERNATIONAL WITH HAWAII FLYING:-------------------------------------3930 TOTAL INTERNATIONAL FLYING OUTSIDE OF THE US:----------------------------2857 TOTAL DOMESTIC FLYING IN THE US:---------------------------------------------------5898 TOTAL NIGHT CONDITIONS:----------------------------------------------------------------2093 TOTAL DAY CONDITIONS:-------------------------------------------------------------------6662 TOTAL VMC DAY AND NIGHT:--------------------------------------------------------------6476 TOTAL IMC (ACTUAL) DAY AND NIGHT:-------------------------------------------------2280 TOTAL INSTRUMENTS (ACTUAL + HOOD + SIMULATOR):------------------------3265 TOTAL CROSS COUNTRY (>50NM SECTORS)------------------------------------------6769 TOTAL AS FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR CFI-CFII-MEI:-----------------------------------------2385 TOTAL ICAO MULTI CREW AIRCRAFT (CRM):------------------------------------------6571 TOTAL FAA MULTI CREW AIRCRAFT (CRM):--------------------------------------------5857 TOTAL FAR 121 AIRLINE FLYING:----------------------------------------------------------2851 TOTAL FAR 91 SECTOR FLYING:------------------------------------------------------------1157 TOTAL FAR 135 SECTOR FLYING:----------------------------------------------------------2079 TOTAL TOTAL FAR 91 AND 135 CHARTER FLYING:----------------------------------3235 TOTAL FAR 121 AND 135 PASSENGER FLYING:---------------------------------------4901 TOTAL FAR 121 DOD MILITARY TROOP FLYING:-------------------------------------0311 TOTAL FAR 121 CARGO FLYING:-----------------------------------------------------------0944 TOTAL AIRCRAFT MTOW <12,500 LBS:---------------------------------------------------2910 TOTAL AIRCRAFT MTOW >12,500 LBS:---------------------------------------------------5857 TOTAL AIRCRAFT MTOW >20,000 LBS:---------------------------------------------------5507 TOTAL AIRCRAFT MTOW >100,000 LBS:-------------------------------------------------1861 TOTAL AIRCRAFT MTOW >300,000 LBS:-------------------------------------------------0351 TOTAL NORMAL CATEGORY AIRCRAFT:-------------------------------------------------2910 TOTAL COMMUTER CATEGORY AIRCRAFT:---------------------------------------------1256 TOTAL BUSINESS JET CATEGORY AIRCRAFT:-------------------------------------------2661 TOTAL TRANSPORT CATEGORY AIRCRAFT:---------------------------------------------5857 TOTAL NARROW BODY CATEGORY AIRCRAFT:----------------------------------------5161 TOTAL HEAVY JET / WIDE BODY CATEGORY AIRCRAFT:----------------------------0351 TOTAL ICAO BOEING FAMILY OF AIRCRAFT:-------------------------------------------2097 TOTAL ICAO GULFSTREAM FAMILY OF AIRCRAFT:-----------------------------------2767 TOTAL ICAO ATR FAMILY OF AIRCRAFT:-------------------------------------------------1010 TOTAL ICAO EMBRAER FAMILY OF AIRCRAFT:-----------------------------------------0121 TOTAL ICAO KING AIR FAMILY OF AIRCRAFT:------------------------------------------0388 TOTAL ICAO CITATION FAMILY OF AIRCRAFT:-----------------------------------------0050 TOTAL ICAO B-747 CLASSIC FLIGHT ENGINEER:--------------------------------------0055 TOTAL FLOAT AND SEAPLANE:--------------------------------------------------------------0008 TOTAL HELICOPTER:----------------------------------------------------------------------------0002 TOTAL GLIDER / SAILPLANE:-----------------------------------------------------------------0003 TOTAL TAILWHEEL AIRCRAFT:---------------------------------------------------------------0015 TOTAL AIRCRAFT DUAL RECEIVED:---------------------------------------------------------0269 TOTAL SOLO (SOLE OCCUPANT):-----------------------------------------------------------0073 TOTAL SIMULATED HOOD:--------------------------------------------------------------------0135 TOTAL FLIGHT TRAINING DEVICE (FTD):--------------------------------------------------0136 TOTAL TURBOPROP LEVEL C AND D SIMULATOR:------------------------------------0224 TOTAL TURBOJET LEVEL C AND D SIMULATOR:----------------------------------------0439 TOTAL LEVEL C SIMULATOR:------------------------------------------------------------------0196 TOTAL LEVEL D SIMULATOR:------------------------------------------------------------------0518 TOTAL LEVEL C AND D SIMULATOR:--------------------------------------------------------0714 TOTAL FLIGHT SIMULATOR:-------------------------------------------------------------------0850 TOTAL # OF ATLANTIC + PACIFIC OCEANIC CROSSINGS:----------------------------0119 TOTAL # OF HAWAII OCEANIC CROSSINGS:----------------------------------------------0030 TOTAL # OF INSTRUMENT APPROACHES:-------------------------------------------------4042 TOTAL # OF VISUAL APPROACHES:----------------------------------------------------------8272 TOTAL # OF GLIDER LANDINGS:--------------------------------------------------------------0006 TOTAL # OF TAILWHEEL LANDINGS:--------------------------------------------------------0025 TOTAL # OF GRAVEL / DIRT RUNWAY LANDINGS:--------------------------------------0033 TOTAL # OF GRASS FIELD RUNWAY LANDINGS:----------------------------------------0028 TOTAL # OF SEAPLANE WATER LANDINGS:-----------------------------------------------0062 TOTAL # OF NIGHT LANDINGS:---------------------------------------------------------------1781 TOTAL # OF DAY LANDINGS:------------------------------------------------------------------10425 TOTAL # OF DAY AND NIGHT LANDINGS:------------------------------------------------12206 ICAO / FAA TRANSPORT CATEGORY TURBINE POWERED >12,500 LBS AIRCRAFT TYPE RATINGS (12): ATR-42, ATR-72, B-737, B-757, B-767, BE-300, BE-1900, CE-560, ERJ-170, ERJ-190, G-IV, F/E: B-747-100/-200/-300/-SP TOTAL TYPES OF AIRCRAFT FLOWN AS A PILOT: (69 DIFFERENT TYPES) AS OF APRIL 2024: GA - PISTON ENGINE : ANTIQUE / HISTORIC / VINTAGE / CLASSIC A/C OVER 50 YEARS OLD (MTOW <12,500 LBS): 01. (USA) Aeronca 7AC (Champion) (1946 built vintage) -Taildragger 02. (USA) Beechcraft B19 (Musketeer Sport) (1972 built classic) 03. (USA) Beechcraft BE-58 (Baron) (1971 built classic) 04. (USA) Beechcraft BE-76 (Duchess) (1975 built classic) 05. (USA) Boeing-Stearman (Model 75) N2S-3 / PT-17 US NAVY #26 (Kaydet) (1943 built historic biplane) -Taildragger 06. (USA) Cessna-140 (1946 built vintage) -Taildragger 07. (USA) Cessna-150 (Commuter) (1974 built classic) 08. (USA) Cessna-152 (Sparrowhawk) (1975 built classic) 09. (USA) Cessna-152T (Trainer) (1982 built classic) 10. (USA) Cessna-170A (Businessliner) (1949 built vintage) -Taildragger 11. (USA) Cessna-172/B/C/D/E/F/G/H/J/K/L/M/N/P/R/S/SP (Skyhawk) 12. (USA) Cessna-172RG (Cutlass) (1981 built classic) 13. (USA) Cessna-177 (Cardinal) (1968 built classic) 14. (USA) Mooney M20C (Ranger) (1963 built classic) 15. (USA) New Standard D-25 (1929 built antique biplane) (1 of the only 45 ever built) -Taildragger 16. (USA) Piper J-3 (Cub) (1946 built vintage) -Taildragger 17. (USA) Piper PA-22-135 (Tri-Pacer) (1953 built vintage) 18. (USA) Piper PA-28-140 (Cherokee) (1970 built classic) 19. (USA) Piper PA-28-140 (Cruiser) (1974 built classic) 20. (USA) Piper PA-28-161 (Cadet) (1977 built classic) 21. (USA) Piper PA-28-161 (Warrior) (1976 built classic) 22. (USA) Piper PA-28-181 (Archer) (1976 built classic) 23. (USA) Piper PA-28-200R (Arrow) (1973 built classic) 24. (USA) Piper PA-32-300 (Lance) (1976 built classic) 25. (USA) Piper PA-34-200 (Seneca) (1972 built classic) 26. (USA) Piper PA-44-180 (Seminole) (1979 built classic) 27. (POLAND) PZL Warszawa Okecie 110 (Koliber) (1986 built classic) 28. (FRANCE) Socata TB-200 (Tabago) GT LX (2001 built classic) TECHNICALLY ADVANCED AIRCRAFT (TAA) WITH EFIS COCKPIT AND BALLISTIC PARACHUTE SYSTEM EQUIPPED: 29. (USA) Cirrus Aircraft SR-22 (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2001 built) 30. (AUSTRIA) Diamond Aircraft DA-20 (Katana) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (1994 built) 31. (AUSTRIA) Diamond Aircraft DA-40 (Diamond Star) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (1997 built) 32. (USA) Piper PA-28-181 (Archer) (Pilot 100i) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2023 built) 33. (ITALY) Tecnam (P2008-JC MK II) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2022 built) LIGHT SPORT AIRCRAFT (LSA) WITH EFIS COCKPIT AND BALLISTIC PARACHUTE SYSTEM EQUIPPED (MTOW <1320 LBS): 34. (CZECHOSLOVAKIA) BRM Aero / Bristell (NG5) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2021 built) (1 of the only 7 aircraft in the US) 35. (CZECHOSLOVAKIA) CSA-Czech Sport Aircraft / Czech Aircraft Works (Sportcruiser) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2020 built) 36. (USA) Cessna-162 (Skycatcher) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2013 built) 37. (SLOVENIA) Pipistrel (Alpha Trainer) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2018 built) SPECIAL MISSION / SURVEY / ISR AIRCRAFT: 38. (ITALY) Tecnam (P2006T) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2007 built) (1 of the only 40 aircraft in the US) EXPERIMENTAL / HOMEBUILT AIRCRAFT - PISTON ENGINE POWERED - VERY LIGHT AIRCRAFT (VLA) (MTOW <1653 LBS): 39. (SOUTH AFRICA) Sling Aircraft SLG2 / The Airplane Factory (Sling) (EFIS/GPS/TAA) (2019 built) MICROLIGHT / ULTRALIGHT - PISTON ENGINE POWERED (MGEW <254 LBS): 40. (USA) Eipper Quicksliver MXL-II 6 (1985 built) HELICOPTER / ROTOCRAFT: 41. (USA) Robinson R-22 (Beta) (1983 built) SEAPLANE / FLOAT PLANE: 42. (USA) Piper J-3C-65 (Cub) (1946 built vintage) -Aqua 1500 floats 43. (USA) Piper PA-18-150 (Super Cub) (1958 built vintage) -Aqua 1900 floats AMPHIBIOUS AIRCRAFT: 44. (MEXICO) ICON Aircraft (A5) LSA (2021 built) (1 of the100 aircraft built) BUSH PLANE / STOL AIRCRAFT: 45. (USA) Aviat A-1A (Husky) (1987 built) -Taildragger 46. (POLAND) PZL Warszawa Okecie 104 (Wilga) 35A (1986 built) AEROBATIC AIRCRAFT: 47. (FRANCE) Avions (Mudry) CAP-10B (1990 built) (1 of the only 15 aircraft in the US) -Taildragger 48. (USA) Bellanca 7GCAA (Citabria) (1976 built) -Taildragger 49. (USA) Cessna-152 (Aerobat) (1977 built classic) GLIDER / SAILPLANE / SOARING AIRCRAFT: 50. (GERMANY) Grob Aircraft G-103 (Twin II) (1982 built):--------------------------------------------Towing method: Piper PA-25-235 (Pawnee) (1964 built crop duster) 51. (CZECHOSLOVAKIA) LET Kunovice L-23 (Super Blanik) (1988 built):--------------------------Towing method: Cessna-140 (1946 built vintage) 52. (POLAND) PZL Bielsko SZD-50-3 (Puchacz) (Aerobatic Glider) (1980 built):----------------Towing method: Winch launched glider tow system 53. (USA) Schweizer Aircraft SGS 2-32 (1968 built) (1 of the 30 aircraft in the US):-----------Towing method: Piper PA-25-235 (Pawnee) (1964 built crop duster) 54. (USA) Schweizer Aircraft SGS 2-33A (high-wing strut-braced glider) (1974 built):--------Towing method: Piper PA-25-235 (Pawnee) (1964 built crop duster) TRANSPORT CATEGORY AIRCRAFT AND TURBINE ENGINE POWERED (MTOW >12,500 LBS): 55. (FRANCE) Aerospatiale ATR-42 (EFIS/GPS):----------------------------------------------------------------MTOW 41,000 LBS 56. (FRANCE) Aerospatiale ATR-72 (EFIS/GPS):----------------------------------------------------------------MTOW 51,000 LBS 57. (USA) Beechcraft King Air BE-200B (EFIS/GPS):----------------------------------------------------------MTOW 12,500 LBS 58. (USA) Beechcraft Super King Air BE-350i (EFIS/FMS/GPS):-------------------------------------------MTOW 15,000 LBS 59. (CANADA) Bombardier Challenger CL-601 (EFIS/FMS/GPS):-----------------------------------------MTOW 45,000 LBS 60. (USA) Boeing B-737-400 (EFIS/FMS/GPS):-------------------------------------------------------------------MTOW 150,000 LBS 61. (USA) Beoing B-767-200ER (EFIS/FMS/GPS):---------------------------------------------------------------MTOW 362,000 LBS 62. (USA) Boeing B-767-300ER (EFIS/FMS/GPS):---------------------------------------------------------------MTOW 412,000 LBS 63. (USA) Cessna Citation-II CE-550SP (GPS):-------------------------------------------------------------------MTOW 15,000 LBS 64. (BRAZIL) Embraer ERJ-170 (EFIS/FMS/GPS):----------------------------------------------------------------MTOW 85,000 LBS 65. (BRAZIL) Embraer ERJ-175 (EFIS/FMS/GPS):----------------------------------------------------------------MTOW 89,000 LBS 66. (USA) Grumman Gulfstream G-IV (EFIS/FMS/GPS):------------------------------------------------------MTOW 73,000 LBS 67. (USA) Grumman Gulfstream G-IVSP (EFIS/FMS/GPS):---------------------------------------------------MTOW 74,000 LBS 68. (USA) Grumman Gulfstream G-300 (EFIS/FMS/GPS):----------------------------------------------------MTOW 72,000 LBS 69. (USA) Grumman Gulfstream G-400 (EFIS/FMS/GPS):----------------------------------------------------MTOW 74,000 LBS FAA APPROVED SIM: FTD / ATD / FFS / GFS / PIT / CPT / AATD / BATD / PCATD: (32 TYPES) AS OF APRIL 2024: 01. AST-300 (BATD) 02. ATC-610 (BATD) 03. Frasca-141 (BATD) 04. Frasca-142/M (BATD) 05. Gleim Virtual Cockpit (BATD) 06. Jeppesen FS-200 (BATD) 07. Condor 2 (Schweizer SGS 1-26 Glider sim) (BATD) 08. Redbird FMX (AATD) 09. Precission Flight Controls CRX (AATD) 10. McDonnell Douglas MD-80 (PCATD) 11. Beechcraft BE-350 (PCATD) 12. Aerosim- De Havilland-Canada Dash-8 Q400 (GFS, PIT, CPT) 13. Aerosim- Embraer-Brazil ERJ-170 (GFS, PIT, CPT) 14. Aerosim- Boeing B-767-300ER (GFS, PIT, CPT) 15. Shorts SD-360 (FFS Level C, D) 16. De Havilland-Canada Dash-8 Q400 (FFS Level D) 17. Cessna CE-560 Citation ultra (FFS Level C) 18. Beechcraft BE-1900 (FFS Level C, D) 19. Beechcraft BE-300/350i (FFS Level D) 20. Aerospatiale-France ATR-42 (FFS Level C) 21. Aerospatiale-France ATR-72 (FFS Level C) 22. Embraer-Brazil ERJ-170 (FFS Level D) 23. Grumman Gulfstream G-IVSP (FFS Level D) 24. Boeing B-737-300 (FFS Level D) 25. Boeing B-737-400 (FFS Level D) 26. Boeing B-737-800NG (FFS Level D) 27. Boeing B-747-200 (FFS Level C) 28. Boeing B-747-400 (FFS Level D) 29. Boeing B-757-200 (FFS Level D) 30. Boeing B-767-300 (FFS Level D) 31. Boeing B-777-300 (FFS Level D) 32. Boeing B-787-9 (FFS Level D) LICENSES AND RATINGS AND ORIGINAL DATES OF ISSUE: Since 08/09/2002: FAA - Flight Engineer License - Turbojet Powered (B-747-100/200/300/SP rated) Since 06/01/2002: FAA - Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) - Airplane MEL, IR Since 02/21/2001: FAA - Ground Instructor License - Instrument (IGI) Since 02/17/2001: FAA - Certified Flight Instructor License - Airplane MEI Expires: 05/31/2024 Since 02/17/2001: FAA - Certified Flight Instructor License - Airplane CFI Expires: 05/31/2024 Since 01/23/2001: FAA - Certified Flight Instructor License - Airplane CFII Expires: 05/31/2024 Since 10/08/2000: FAA - Multi Engine Rating added to CPL Since 08/26/2000: FAA - Commercial Pilot License (CPL) - Airplane SEL & MEL, IR Since 07/01/2000: FAA - Instrument Rating added to PPL Since 09/03/1997: FAA - Private Pilot License (PPL) - Airplane SEL Since 09/09/1995: FAA - Student Pilot License (SPL) w/Solo and Third-Class Medical certificate Since 08/17/2000: FAA - Pilot First Class Medical certificate - Issued: 03/07/2024, Expires: 09/30/2024 Since 01/29/2003: FAA - B-747-100/200 Maintenance AWR (Airworthiness Release Authorization) Since 01/07/1999: FAA - Aircraft Mechanic License - Airframe Since 11/08/1999: FAA - Aircraft Mechanic License - Powerplant Since 12/19/2017: FAA - Remote Pilot License - Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems - UAS part 107 (Drone Pilot) Since 01/25/2001: FCC - (RROP) Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit Since 09/12/1996: FCC - (GROL) w/Ship Radar Endorsement (Element 8) (Avionics) Since 08/08/1996: FCC - (GROL) General Radiotelephone Operator License (Element 3) (Avionics) Since 07/23/1996: FCC - (MROP) Marine Radio Operator Permit (Element 1) Since 12/03/2019: DMV - Pennsylvania State Driver's License - class C Since 10/07/1997: DMV - New York State Driver's License - class D FIRST FLIGHT DATE: 04/29/1995 SOLO FLIGHT DATE: 12/23/1995 ICAO English Language Proficiency (ELP): Level 6 and above. TRANSPORT CATEGORY AIRCRAFT INITIAL TYPE RATINGS (ITR) AND ORIGINAL DATES OF ISSUE: 01: Since 06/29/2011: As PIC: B-737-400:-------------------------------FAA-DE: Joseph Christopher Sharpe (APD) - Boeing in Miami, FL. 02: Since 02/01/2023: As PIC: B-757-200:-------------------------------FAA-DE: Howard John Heda (FAA) - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 03: Since 02/01/2023: As PIC: B-767-300ER:----------------------------FAA-DE: Howard John Heda (FAA) - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 04: Since 03/28/2017: As PIC: G-IV/G-IVSP:-----------------------------FAA-DE: John Henry Stock (TCE) - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 05: Since 08/12/2016: As PIC: ERJ-170/175:----------------------------FAA-DE: William Joseph Enfinger (APD) - FSI in St. Louis, MO. 06: Since 08/12/2016: As PIC: ERJ-190/195:----------------------------FAA-DE: William Joseph Enfinger (APD) - FSI in St. Louis, MO. 07: Since 03/29/2014: As PIC: BE-300/350i:----------------------------FAA-DE: John Charles Darcey (TCE) - FSI in Wichita, KS. 08: Since 06/20/2019: As PIC: BE-1900:----------------------------------FAA-DE: Philip Alan Gohde (FAA) - FSI in Flushing, NY. 09: Since 06/30/2008: As SIC: ATR-42:------------------------------------FAA-DE: Steven Carl Jobe (TCE) - FSI in Houston, TX. 10: Since 06/30/2008: As SIC: ATR-72:------------------------------------FAA-DE: Steven Carl Jobe (TCE) - FSI in Houston, TX. 11: Since 03/01/2008: As SIC: CE-500/560:------------------------------FAA-DE: Jay Frederick Treat (TCE) - FSI in Toledo, OH. 12: Since 08/08/2002: As PFE: B-747-200:-------------------------------FAA-DE: Norman Edward Cook (DFEE) - Aero Service in Miami, FL. DATES OF LAST SIMULATOR CHECK PC (PPC) PILOT PROFICIENCY CHECK AND (RCT) RECURRENT TRAINING: 01: Last PC (PPC) 07/15/2015: As PIC: B-737-400:--------------------FAA-DE: Thayer Mahmud Rabei (FAA ) - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 02: Last PC (PPC) 02/01/2023: As PIC: B-757-200:--------------------FAA-DE: Howard John Heda (FAA) - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 03: Last PC (PPC) 02/01/2023: As PIC: B-767-300ER:----------------FAA-DE: Howard John Heda (FAA) - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 04: Last PC (PPC) 05/03/2022: As PIC: G-IV/G-IVSP:------------------FAA-DE: Frank Patton Nelson (TCE) - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 05: Last PC (PPC) 08/12/2016: As PIC: ERJ-170:------------------------FAA-DE: William Joseph Enfinger (APD) - FSI in St. Louis, MO. 06: Last PC (PPC) 08/12/2016: As PIC: ERJ-190:------------------------FAA-DE: William Joseph Enfinger (APD) - FSI in St. Louis, MO. 07: Last PC (PPC) 08/28/2014: As PIC: BE-300/350i:-----------------FAA-DE: Seth Ari Linder (TCE) - FSI in Atlanta, GA. 08: Last PC (PPC) 06/20/2019: As PIC: BE-1900:-----------------------FAA-DE: Philip Alan Gohde (FAA) - FSI in Flushing, NY. 09: Last PC (PPC) 01/20/2011: As SIC: ATR-42:-------------------------FAA-DE: John August Steiger (TCE) - FSI in Houston, TX. 10: Last PC (PPC) 01/20/2011: As SIC: ATR-72:-------------------------FAA-DE: John August Steiger (TCE) - FSI in Houston, TX. 11: Last PC (PPC) 03/01/2008: As SIC: CE-500/560:-------------------FAA-DE: Jay Frederick Treat (TCE) - FSI in Toledo, OH. 12: Last PC (PPC) 08/08/2002: As PFE: B-747-200:--------------------FAA-DE: Norman Edward Cook (DFEE) - Aero Service in Miami, FL. TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT IOE (INITIAL OPERATING EXPERIENCE) SLF / LIFUS TRAINING HISTORY: 01: ATR-42:---------------------------------------------------------------------------(09/23/2008) PIC: Peter John Brockman (FAR 121 LCA) 02: ATR-72:---------------------------------------------------------------------------(08/12/2008) PIC: Patrick Dalton Nadeau (FAR 121 LCA) 03: B-737-400:-----------------------------------------------------------------------(07/14/2011) PIC: Seth Alan Cooperman (FAR 121 LCA) 04: BE-350i:---------------------------------------------------------------------------(04/13/2014) PIC: David Ronald Castagna (FAR 135 LTC) 05: ERJ-170:---------------------------------------------------------------------------(09/13/2016) PIC: Ryan William Nusbaum (FAR 121 LCA) 06: ERJ-175:---------------------------------------------------------------------------(09/05/2016) PIC: David George Garvey (FAR 121 LCA) 07: G-IV:--------------------------------------------------------------------------------(04/27/2017) PIC: Joe Stephen Fosnot (FAR 135 LTC) 08: G-IVSP:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------(04/06/2017) PIC: John Maesky Jr (FAR 135 LTC) 09: B-767-200:------------------------------------------------------------------------(04/26/2023) PIC: Symon Attema (FAR 121 LCA) 10: B-767-300ER:--------------------------------------------------------------------(04/23/2023) PIC: Symon Attema (FAR 121 LCA) 11: B-767-300ER (ADV-LDS):-----------------------------------------------------(05/18/2023) PIC: Symon Attema (FAR 121 LCA) FULL DETAILED SIM TRAINING AND FAA CHECKRIDE EVENT HISTORY WITH SEAT SUPPORT PILOT AND EXAMINER: 01: As PFE: 08/08/2002: FFS Level-C: B-747-200 (ITR) (PIC): Robert Schlager (SIC): David Savage (DFEE): Norman Edward Cook - Aero Service in Miami, FL. 02: As PFE: 08/09/2002: FFS Level-C: B-747-200 (LOFT) (PIC): Robert Schlager (SIC): Harold Lexo (DFEE): Norman Edward Cook - Aero Service in Miami, FL. 03: As SIC: 03/01/2008: FFS Level-C: CE-500/560 (ITR) (SIC): Sean Toshiro Adair (TCE): Jay Frederick Treat - FSI in Toledo, OH. 04: As SIC: 06/30/2008: FFS Level-C: ATR-42/72 (ITR) (SIC): Emad Farook Wahba (TCE): Steven Carl Jobe - FSI in Houston, TX. 05: As SIC: 07/01/2008: FFS Level-C: ATR-42/72 (LOFT) (SIC): Emad Farook Wahba (TCE): Joel Keith Baum - FSI in Houston, TX 06: As SIC: 05/22/2009: FFS Level-C: ATR-42/72 (RCT) (PIC): Sean James Elliott (TCE): John August Steiger - FSI in Houston, TX. 07: As SIC: 05/07/2010: FFS Level-C: ATR-42/72 (RCT) (PIC): Michael Walter Trofimuk (TCE): Johann Ludwig Progner - FSI in Houston, TX. 08: As SIC: 01/20/2011: FFS Level-C: ATR-42/72 (RCT) (PIC): Sean James Elliott (TCE): John August Steiger - FSI in Houston, TX. 09: As SIC: 06/29/2011: FFS Level-D: B-737-400 (ITR) (PIC): Frederic Paul Pollino (APD): Joseph Christopher Sharpe - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 10: As SIC: 07/01/2011: FFS Level-D: B-737-400 (LOFT) (SIC): Marco Formichetti (SFI): Frederic Paul Pollino - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 11: As SIC: 05/23/2012: FFS Level-D: B-737-400 (RCT) (PIC): Naresh Maharaj (SFI): Timothy Ray Lowery - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 12: As SIC: 05/22/2013: FFS Level-D: B-737-400 (RCT) (PIC): Naresh Maharaj (SFI): Michael Gray - Boeing in Miami, FL. 13: As PIC: 03/29/2014: FFS Level-D: BE-300/350i (ITR) (SIC): Adrian Ioan Ponici (TCE): John Charles Darcy - FSI in Wichita, KS. 14: As PIC: 08/28/2014: FFS Level-D: BE-300/350i (RCT) (SIC): John Dieter Zinsmeister (TCE): Seth Ari Linder - FSI in Atlanta, GA. 15: As PIC: 07/15/2015: FFS Level-D: B-737-400 (RCT) (SIC): Michael Gray (FAA): Thayer Mahmud Rabei - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 16: As PIC: 08/12/2016: FFS Level-D: ERJ-170/190 (ITR) (PIC): Mark Henry Collins (APD): William Joseph Enfinger - FSI in St. Louis, MO. 17: As PIC: 08/13/2016: FFS Level-D: ERJ-170/190 (LOFT) (SIC): Victor Torres (SFI): Matthew Vincent Fuoco - FSI in St. Louis, MO. 18: As PIC: 03/28/2017: FFS Level-D: G-IVSP (ITR) (SIC): Nicholas Jerome Hartwig (TCE): John Henry Stock - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 19: As PIC: 02/16/2018: FFS Level-D: G-IVSP (RCT) (SIC): Warren Richard Green (TCE): John Henry Stock - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 20: As PIC: 08/18/2018: FFS Level-D: G-IVSP (RCT) (SIC): Paul Gregory Strauss (TCE): Brian Wayne Barth - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 21: As PIC: 03/05/2019: FFS Level-D: G-IVSP (RCT) (SIC): Peter William Szawranskyj (TCE): Brian Wayne Barth - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 22: As PIC: 06/20/2019: FFS Level-D: BE-1900 (ITR) (SIC): Michael James Bohl (FAA): Philip Alan Gohde - FSI in Flushing, NY. 23: As PIC: 10/04/2019: FFS Level-D: G-IVSP (RCT) (SIC): Doron Kessel (TCE): John Henry Stock - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 24: As PIC: 11/17/2020: FFS Level-D: G-IVSP (RCT) (SIC): Alexander Grant Friend (TCE): John Henry Stock - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 25: As PIC: 11/11/2021: FFS Level-D: G-IVSP (RCT) (SIC): Craig Patrick Osburn (TCE): Jonathan Woodcock Matson - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 26: As PIC: 05/03/2022: FFS Level-D: G-IVSP (RCT) (SIC): Thomas Joseph Lichon (TCE): Frank Patton Nelson - CAE in Morristown, NJ. 27: As PIC: 02/01/2023: FFS Level-D: B-767-300ER (ITR) (SIC): Kurt Michael Kamrad (FAA): Howard John Heda - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 28: As PIC: 03/03/2023: FFS Level-D: B-767-300ER (LOFT) (SIC): Richard Jones (SFI): John Howard Kunkel III - Pan Am in Miami, FL. 29: As PIC: 03/03/2023: FFS Level-D: B-767-300ER (EET) (SIC): Richard Jones (SFI): David Kozeruba - Pan Am in Miami, FL. AIRCARE INTERNATIONAL FACTS EPT TRAINING - Certificate #: 39676 - 11/11/2020 CAE in Morristown, NJ: Crew coordination, passenger and crew briefings, emergency equipment and aircraft specific checklist, emergency evacuation (land and water), high altitude awareness training, inflight fire and smoke, survival, search and rescue, life raft, and hypoxia simulator training. AIRCRAFT EXIT DOORS AND EMERGENCY AND EVACUATION DRILLS DONE ON: Gulfstream G-II, G-III, G-IV, G-V, G-500, G-550, G-650, Hawker 800, Citation II, Falcon 900, 2000, 7X, 8X, Learjet 45, 60, King Air BE-350i, Boeing B-737, B-737NG, BBJ, B-757, B-767, B-747-200, Aerospatiale ATR-42, ATR-72, Embraer EMB-145, ERJ-170, ERJ-175, Challenger CL-600, and Global Express BD-700. I HAVE ACCUMULATED MANY HUNDREDS OF HOURS OF (CASS) COCKPIT JUMP SEAT EXPERIENCE WHILE COMMUTING AND TRAVELING ON: A-300, A-310, A-320, A-321, A-330, A-340, ATR-42, ATR-72, B-727, B-737-200, B-737-400, B-737-800NG, B-747-100, B-747-200, B-747-400, B-757, B-767, C-5, CRJ-200, CRJ-900, DC-8, DC-9, DC-10, EMB-145, ERJ-170, F-27, G-IV, G-IVSP, IL-76, L-1011, MD-10, MD-11, MD-80. I AM CERTIFIED, QUALIFIED, TRAINED, OPERATED AND HAVE AUTHORIZATION CARD ON THE FOLLOWING AIRPORT AND RAMP EQUIPMENT AND VEHICLES SINCE 1997 FROM JFK AIRPORT: JFK PORT ID #: 6399400 - RAMP DIVISION DRIVER'S LICENSE ISSUED BY T/M: NIGEL SPENCER 11/1997: TYPE A (HVSE) HEAVY EQUIPMENT SPECIAL VEHICLE: 01- TRACTOR TRAILER 02- PUSH BACK TUG WITH TOW BAR / SUPER TUG 03- FORKLIFT 04- AIRCRAFT CONTAINER LOADER AND FMC 05- GPU CART / AC AND DC POWER UNIT 06- AIR STARTER CART 07- AIR CONDITIONING CART AND TRUCK 08- AIRCRAFT FUEL TRUCK 09- AIRCRAFT DEICING TRUCK 10- CHERRY PICKER (JLG LIFT) TYPE B (GP/GSE) GENERAL PURPOSE AND GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: 01-TUG / JITNEY FOR CONTAINER CART 02- BOBTAIL TRUCK 03- BELT LOADER 04- WATER TRUCK 05- LAV TRUCK 06- BOX TRUCK AND MAIL TRUCK 07- MAINTENANCE VAN (GRUMMAN TRUCK) 08- AIRCRAFT STAIR TRUCK 09- CABIN LIFT TRUCK (AVIATION CATERING TRUCK) 10- HIGH LIFT PLATFORM TRUCK / FLAT BED TRUCK TYPE C (GPV) GENERAL PURPOSE VEHICLE 01- CARS 02- STATION WAGON 03- PICK UPS 04- PASSENGER VAN TRAVEL DOCUMENTS AND VISAS: DUAL US PASSPORT ISSUED FROM US STATE DEPARTMENT: USA PASSPORT # I:--------------------------------EXP: 01/01/2029 USA PASSPORT # 2:-------------------------------EXP: 01/23/2028 USA PASSPORT CARD:---------------------------EXP: 01/01/2029 - FOR BERMUDA, CANADA, CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES, MEXICO VISAS FOR:-------------------------------------------BRAZIL, CHINA, INDIA, RUSSIA VACCINATIONS FOR TRAVEL AND INTERNATIONAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: WHO (WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION) YELLOW CARD INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE CDC 731 / PHS-731 - YELLOW CARD INTERNATIONAL VACCINIATION CERTIFICATE COVID-19 1ST DOSE: PFIZER TAKEN ON 04/09/2022 COVID-19 2ND DOSE: PFIZER TAKEN ON 04/28/2022 YELLOW FEVER FOR AFRICA AND SOUTH AMERICA TRAVEL: TAKEN ON 05/31/2017 ALL OTHER REQUIRED WHO-VACCINES AND BOOSTERS TAKEN AT EARLIER DATES IN LIFE: DPT, TDAP, MMR, HEP-A, HEP-B, POLIO, VARICELLA, MENINGITIS, PNEUMONIA, FLU DRIVING DISTANCE FROM RESIDENCE HOME TO COMMERCIAL AIRLINE SERVED AND CHARTER FLIGHT AIRPORTS: 15 MINUTES FROM: ABE 60 MINUTES FROM: EWR, MMU, AVP 90 MINUTES FROM: TEB, PHL, MDT, ILG 120 MINUTES FROM: ACY, JFK, LGA, SWF, HPN, FRG AVIATION ORGANIZATIONS, AFFILIATIONS, AND MEMBERSHIPS: ALPA, AOPA, AMA, EAA, NAFI, PAMA EMPLOYMENT HISTORY AND AVIATION WORK EXPERIENCE: 05/2021 - PRESENT: (FAR 91): G-IV / G-IVSP / G-300 / G-400 FREELANCE / CONTRACT PILOT AND FERRY PILOT, AVIATION GROUND INSTRUCTOR, FLIGHT SIMULATOR SEAT SUPPORT PILOT, SAFETY PILOT, MENTOR PILOT AND AVIATION CONSULTANT: FAR part 91 contract pilot services for daily negotiated rate on various contract jobs for both domestic and international flights, maintenance ferry flights and reposition flights. Mentoring new student pilots and new aircraft maintenance technicians and giving aviation advice and expert level guidance for career advancement to fellow pilots and colleagues and flight crew members. 11/2020 - 11/2022: (FAR 91/135): G-IVSP INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC CAPTAIN: FAR 91/135 TEB airport-based Argus Platinum, NBAA, Wyvern Wingman, IS-BAO certified standards of flights in North, Central, South America, Mexico, Hawaii, Caribbean, Canada, Europe, and other worldwide unique destinations. Flight operational experience in WATRS, GOMEX, North Atlantic, Pacific and Hawaii routs. Instructed new first officers on the G-IVSP to become a safe and efficient charter pilot. Performed proper safety checks, pre-flight, oceanic flight planning, weight and balance, cargo loading, etc. Instructed new first officers on the aircraft systems, VIP and VVIP customer operations, safety and proper handling techniques of the aircraft. Taught first officers to become a good PIC with proper safety culture as number one priority. Instilled high level of professionalism, safety and proficiency by giving first officers majority of the flying segments to build their confidence in flying the aircraft and upgrading to a PIC. Flew VIP, VVIP, Royal family members, high net worth personal, top Hollywood actors and producers, sports stars from NBA, NFL, MLB, PGA, NHL, top comedians, top music industry personal, rock groups, news personal, top medical field doctors, upper governmental personal and state governors, foreign heads of state, CEO and VIP of fortune 500 companies. Reason for leaving: Resigned to fly B-767 and to focus on family and do other type of more challenging aviation jobs. 01/2019 - 07/2019: (FAR 65/142): FAA DISPATCHER GROUND SCHOOL AND SIM INSTRUCTOR: FAR 65/142 LGA airport-based flight simulator training center. Worked as a part time FAA dispatch ground school and BE-1900 simulator instructor on my off days from flying at my full-time charter company on the G-IV. Taught initial dispatcher students ground school using training material, training aid, mock-ups, aircraft simulator, did practice exams, quizzes, reviewed FAA questions, did performance calculations with students, taught aircraft systems, aircraft powerplants, and FAA regulations to prepare them for the FAA dispatcher written exam and license certification. Reason for leaving: Resigned, I moved out of state from NY to PA, I was unable to commute for this part time job. 03/2017 - 04/2020: (FAR 91/135): G-IV / G-IVSP INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC CO-CAPTAIN: FAR 91/135 TEB airport-based NBAA, Wyvern Wingman, IS-BAO certified standards of flights in North, Central, South America, Hawaii, Mexico, Caribbean, Canada, Europe, Africa, and other worldwide unique destinations. Performed pre-flight, PDC and CPDLC clearances, cargo and baggage loading, aircraft cleaning, aircraft audits, aircraft weighing, I-PAD updating with current company and jepp revisions, engine oil servicing. Flying VIP, VVIP, Royal family members, high net worth personal, top Hollywood actors, sports stars from NBA, NFL, MBL, PGA, NHL, top comedians, top music industry personal, rock groups, news personal, CEO and VIP of fortune 500 companies. Flew a lot of NetJets, XoJet, Jetsuite, Wheels-up, Apollo charter, airline recovery and emergency pop-up flights, hunting and fishing trips, PGA masters tournaments, Kentucky derby, Coachella music festival, concerts, sporting functions, and many Hollywood functions. Reason for leaving: Lay-off, company shut down and furloughed all its employees due to the 2020 covid-19 pandemic. 05/2016 - 11/2016: (FAR 121): ERJ-170 / ERJ-175 INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC CO-CAPTAIN: FAR 121 LGA airport based flights in North America, Central America, Caribbean, and Canada. Performed pre-flight, flight plan, weight and balance, cargo loading information to ACARS, and getting PDC in fms and communication with ATC for proper clearances for complex departure and arrival procedures while conducting safe and on time and early departures, arrivals in and out of complex airports and congested airspace, and special airports with a fully glass and fly-by wire aircraft and modern commercial jet airliner while flying an average of 5 legs per day with multiple aircraft tail swapping and with limited ground turn around time (of less than 30 minutes). Majority of the flights operated from class B airspace and airports like LGA, EWR, IAD, DCA, ATL, ORD, MSP, DEN, MCI, IND, CLT, PIT, and MIA. Flew aircraft with American, United, Delta, and US Airways colors and logo. The training was done under FAR 121 AQP (Advance Qualification Program) training program. Reason for leaving: Resigned, due to financial reasons and other contributing external factors. 02/2016 - PRESENT: (FAR 147): A&P/AMT/AME MX AVIATION INSTRUCTOR: FAR 147 Delta Air Lines TechOps approved partner school. AMT part time instructor for all general, airframe, and powerplant and avionics subjects. Teaching initial students all subject matter to become a aviation AMT/A&P mechanic for the aviation industry. Achieved 100% pass rate for students for FAA written, oral and practical exams. Instructing in all ground and field training for the required FAA written, oral and practical exams. Performed various type of inspection and overhaul on military P&W J-52 (US NAVY EA-6B Prowler engine), P&W PT-6, Lycoming: O-235, O-320, TIO-540, Allison-250, and rare engines like the GE-CJ-805-3B used on the Convair 880/990 and various other radial, opposed, inline, turbo-shaft, turbo-prop, turbo-jet, turbo-fan and turbine powerplants. Instructed in aviation TIG, MIG, Heli-arc, GMAW, Oxy-acetylene welding, safety wiring, visual, magnetic-particle, NDT, dye and other type of inspections, aviation sheet metal projects, riveting, metal fabrications and metal patch repairs, aviation wood, dope and fabric and stitching with repairs, hydraulic tube fabrication. Performed engine run-up and mag checks with powerplant students on Piper aircraft. Taught with smart board, power-point, drawings, visual aid and personal aviation expertise. Giving my students 110% of my aviation experience to be the best and safety oriented aircraft mechanics for the civilian and military aviation industry. Reason for leaving: N/A, I am still working as part time instructor when I am free and not flying. 03/2015 - 12/2015: (FAR 121/125): B-737-400 INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC CO-CAPTAIN: FAR 121 MIA airport based supplemental ACMI flights in North, Central, South America, Canada, Mexico, and Caribbean. Operating scheduled, Cuba, sport charters, casino, emergency charter and sub-service flights to various international and domestic airports. Performed pre-flight, W&B, ATC clearance, HF and VHF com, GSC, fueling, cargo, and loading duties. Assisted flight training department with seat support for upgrades, recurrent, PC, and type ratings. Helped in training new hire flight attendant with CRM, life raft, exit slide, and emergency procedures. Flew a lot of extended over the water, Q-routs, WATRS and GOMEX routs, and Caribbean routs. Performed quick turns of less than 30 minutes safely and efficiently to get aircraft airborne to meet schedule demands for customers and chartered flight passengers. Performed a lot of taxi, and reposition of aircraft from terminal to hardstand, and to cargo and FBO parking area after revenue flights were completed. Gave passengers and customers 110% safe, smooth, and on time and early flight departures to their domestic and international destinations. Reason for leaving: Resigned due to pilot home basing being closed and I was unable to move to MIA base. 02/2014 - 03/2015: (FAR 135): BE-350i INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC CO-CAPTAIN: FAR 135 TEB and HPN airport based charter flights in North America, Canada, Mexico, and Caribbean for clients and members. Flew VVIP, VIP, Governmental, Military, Business personal, Hollywood stars, PGA, NFL, NBA, MBL, and NHL Sport Celebrities. Performed pre-flight and run up, ATC clearance, cabin cleaning, baggage loading, pet handling, and lav service. Assisted flight following and dispatch with the proper and on time information about the flights. Helped passengers with luggage loading, cabin entertainment systems, catering, and transport. Flew a lot of extended over the water, Q-routs, WATRS and GOMEX routs, Mexico and Caribbean islands routs. Gave passengers and customers 110% safe, smooth on time and early flights to their domestic and international destinations. Reason for leaving: Resigned, got called back to fly the B-737-400 after company re-opened up again. 05/2011 - 02/2014: (FAR 121/125): B-737-400 INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC FIRST OFFICER: FAR 121 MIA airport based supplemental ACMI flights in North, Central, and South America, Canada, and Caribbean. Flew scheduled flights to Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic, and domestic, sports charters, ACY casino flights, ICE flights out of AEX, various MX ferry, test flight and aircraft acceptance flights after heavy MX check. Performed pre-flight, LOPA card adjustments, W&B, ATC clearance, HF and VHF com, GSC, fueling, passenger briefing, cargo and loading duties. Assisted the flight training department with seat support for upgrades recurrent, PC, and type ratings. Helped special handling passenger like unaccompanied minors, wheel chairs, elders, new immigrants. Flew a lot of extended over water routs, Q-routs, WATRS, GOMEX routs, Caribbean, Mexico, Central and Latin America routs. Performed many quick turns of less than 30 minutes while flying average of 6 legs per day to Cuba and the US after clearing international custom and airport security. Gave passengers and customers a 110% effort for a safe, smooth on time and early flights to their domestic international destinations. I flew the very last flight for this company from MIA-HAV-MIA. Reason for leaving: Lay-off, company went chapter-11 bankruptcy and the airline ceased its operations. 05/2008 - 05/2011: (FAR 121): ATR-42 / ATR-72 DOMESTIC NIGHT CARGO FIRST OFFICER: FAR 121 MEM airport based supplemental cargo and mail flights in North America, Canada, and Caribbean for FedEx. Flew scheduled and ad-hoc night cargo flights to all FedEx destinations. Performed pre-flight, W&B, ATC clearance, cargo and hazmat loading and paperwork duties. Assisted with ground crew for coordination of the proper and the most efficient way of getting timely departures. Helped with the proper loading and securing of cargo as per DOT and FAA regulations. Transported HAZ-MAT, bio-hazard, medical, postal, live animals, pets, etc. Majority of flights from MEM, IND, CRW, BHM, ATL, CHA, ILM, GSO, MIA. Gave customers 110% safe on time and early departures to destinations to meet next day delivery for FedEx cargo and postal mail. Reason for leaving: Resigned, job and pay advancement to fly B-737-400 out of MIA. 03/2006 - 08/2007: (FAR 61): FLIGHT AND GROUND SCHOOL AND MX INSTRUCTOR: FAR 61 flight school and FAR 147 aircraft maintenance training. Flew as a CFI, CFII, MEI, on C-152 and BE-58. Taught all civilian SPL, PPL, CPL, ATPL, ME, IR, (IAF) rotor and fixed wing fighter pilot conversion students. Achieved 100% pass rate for all students written, oral, and flight test. Performed all initial ground school training, simulator and AME training for new initial students. Assisted all students with pre-flight, post flight duties and advance aviation ground school subjects. Helped all students with aircraft system training, avionics, powerplant, and instilled a safety mentality. Gave my students 110% of my expertise and aviation knowledge to be a well and safe Pilot and high level of aviation training to reach their aviation goals as future Captains, check pilots, and Instructors for the airlines and military branches. Reason for leaving: It was a one year contract only for C-152 instructor, I did not extend the contract. 10/2003 - 04/2005: (FAR 121): B-747-100/200 INTERNATIONAL CARGO FLIGHT MX ENGINEER: FAR 121 JFK and EWR airport based cargo ACMI operations to worldwide destination. Flew as a B-747-100/200 flight maintenance engineer (FME) and tech rep. (flight mechanic). Performed all initial pre-flight, daily routine inspections, line checks and all MX items that came up on the flight. Assisted maintenance control and dispatch with the aircraft status for a green aircraft. Helped flight crew with cabin service, including meals, and keeping the aircraft clean and safe. Worked as a B-747 parts stores clerk (2 months) for various bases/aircraft FAK. Performed many tire and brake changes by my self while at out stations, brake lock out, and T/R lock out for for DMI, cargo floor reconfiguration from civilian to military, cargo netting, cargo locks, cargo loading, emergency slides, engine and FCU trimming, engine oil leaks, and heavy engine and avionics trouble shooting on various maintenance items. Cleaned jet engine with compressor washing method to get proper power settings and thrust. Used KLM, JAL, Cathay Pacific, and various international maintenance bases and facilities for AOG and aircraft support and assistance while on the flights and on the road. Transported live animals, race horses and their handlers, and killer whales for sea world flights. I was a crew member on the first flight from the US to Libya since 1986 with UN inspectors from IAD to MJI airport. Majority of flights from JFK, EWR, ORD, LAX, ANC, MIA, and various military base to worldwide destinations. Gave my flight crew and customers a 110% safe and well maintained B-747 aircraft to conduct the flights and DOD military missions. Reason for leaving: Resigned, due to a death of a direct family member and I was unable to travel around the world in the B-747. 12/2002 - 06/2003: (FAR 121): B-747-100/200 INTERNATIONAL CARGO FLIGHT MX ENGINEER: FAR 121 JFK, EWR, ROZ, and BAH airport based military cargo for (DOD) and civilian cargo ACMI operations to worldwide destinations. Flew as a B-747-100/200 flight maintenance engineer (FME) (flight mechanic). Received GENFAM training on B-747-100/200, AWR, MIP, RII, logbook, DMI, taxi, high power runs. Performed all walk around, daily, line check and all avionics and MX items that came up. Performed tire and brake changes by my self with bottle jack and cheater hose. Performed aircraft fueling, balancing center fuel tank, fuel transfers, and loading ballast fuel. Performed many brake lock out, T/R lock out, engine dry and wet runs, FCU items, and trimming, navigation, logo, strobes, beacons, landing, taxi, over the wing and cockpit lights bulbs R&R. Assisted flight crew members with early pre-flight checks, walk around, and cargo safety checks. Helped the crew with coordinating hotel transport and catering, kept crew bunk beds clean. Helped the load master with PDU R&R, cargo locks, floor locks, cargo netting, loading, cookie sheet, and cargo floor configurations. Transported class-1 explosive 1.1, 1.4, radio active, bio-hozards, and corrosives. Gave my flight crew and customers a 110% safe and well maintained aircraft to conduct the flight and missions to worldwide destinations and various military and US Air Force and US Navy bases worldwide. Reason for leaving: Lay-off, reduction in force after the 2003 DOD war in Iraq, this airline ceased operation in 2013. 04/2001 - 05/2002: (FAR 147): A&P/AMT/AME AIRCRAFT MX INSTRUCTOR: FAR 147 TEB airport based A&P mechanic instructor for all aviation general, airframe, and powerplant subjects. Taught initial students with class size of 50 students all subject to become a aviation AMT/A&P mechanic for the aviation industry. Achieved 100% student pass rate for FAA general, airframe, powerplant written, oral, and practical exams. Performed Boeing 502 engine run-ups for powerplant students. Performed all ground and field training for the required FAA written, oral and practical exams. Assisted with jet engine compressor, hot section, gear box, and borescope inspections. Worked on various powerplants like turbo-jet, turbo-fan, turbo-prop, turbo-shaft, radials, in-line, rotary, opposed, and V-piston engines made by made by made by Allison, Pratt and Whitney, General Electric, Rolls Royce, Lycoming, Continental, and rare engines like the GE-CJ-805-3B used on the Convair 880/990 and GE-J-79 (USAF F-4 Phantom engine) and the vintage Junkers Jumo 004B used on the Messerschmitt Me-262 the worlds first operational jet fighter (WWII-German aircraft). Helped with modern civilian advance aircraft system training, modern avionics and advance jet engines. Gave my students 110% of my aviation experience and expertise to be the best and safety safety oriented mechanics for the civilian airlines, business and military aviation industry. Reason for leaving: Resigned, went back to full time as CFI-CFII-MEI to build my flight time in FRG. 02/2001 - 12/2002: (FAR 141): FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR AND GA MX ENGINEER: FAR 141 FRG airport based Cessna pilot center Flight and Ground Instructor, A&P mechanic, part time Dispatcher. Flew as a CFI, CFII, MEI, on C-152, C-172, C-172RG, PA-34. Performed all ground school, flight training, and simulator training to all SPL, PPL, CPL, ATPL, ME, IR, CFI, CFII, and MEI students. Achieved 100 percent pass rate for all students for FAA written, oral, and check rides. Taught a deaf student pilot to earn his solo and PPL license in uncontrolled airports. Flew lots of introductory flights, discovery flights, scenic tours, NYC Hudson river flights, Statue of Liberty flights, NYC aerial photography flights, aircraft check out flights, flew line check flights for CFI standardization and new hire CFI check out flights. Assisted with aircraft maintenance, tire changes, avionics, oil servicing, aircraft washing and cleaning, 50 hour, 100 hour, and annual inspections on C-152, C-172 and PA-34. Helped students to achieve a 100% pass rate on all their FAA check rides and written exams. Gave my students 110% of my aviation expertise and knowledge to be the best and safe pilots that they could be for the aviation industry. Reason for leaving: Resigned, job and pay advancement to B-747-200 flight maintenance engineer. 02/1999 - 05/2000: (FAR 121): B-747-100/200 INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE MX ENGINEER: FAR 121 JFK airport based passenger and military and cargo ACMI operation to worldwide destinations. Worked as a hangar mechanic, line mechanic and flight mechanic. Received initial OJT on the B-747 as aircraft technician. Performed many sling-pylon boot strap and standard tractor lift engine changes, APU, land gear, tires, and brake changes and various other heavy checks. Performed B-747 line, A, B, C, D MX checks, fan blade, turbine, trim valves, EVC engine trim and high power runs, and taxi trained. Performed heavy MX hangar checks, borescope, flight controls, cargo door removal and replace, avionics, radar, sheet metal, gear swings, leading edge drive motors, landing and NAV lights, panels, antennas, corrosion control spraying, fire bottles, ADP, oxygen servicing, FDR/CVR, INS, heavy avionics items, cargo floor PDU, stab trim actuators, bell cranks, ACM, packs, pito-static leak and system pressure checks for RVSM, engine fan cowl changes, T/R valve changes inside dog house on pylon, potable water tank changes, APU gear box and fire system, CIT and mono-pole sensors, kiddie type engine fire detector loop R&R, HF antenna and lightning arrestor, flux valve, nav and com antennas, hydraulics, pneumatic, flight controls and rigging, JT-9D, CF-6, FCU, gear box, B-747 center fuel and wing tank components removal and replace, engine chip detectors, AGB, CSD, GEN, tower shaft, air starter, HYD pump, fuel pumps, pre-cooler, RABS, CCA, igniters, exciter box, engine bleed air valves, thrust reverse cascade and blocker doors, actuators, anti-skid system, E&E bay LRU items, spoilers, flaps, transmissions and actuators, PRBC, transducers, LVDT, RVDT, detuner, greasing, hangar landing gear swings with tripod jacks and load cells, engine wet motor and dry motor runs and checks, stick reading of fuel tanks with plumb bob leveling method, servicing, rigging, adjustments, trimming, body gear, nose wheel steering, landing gear and tilt actuators etc. Helped with all hangar cleaning, aircraft washing, aircraft priming and painting, internal fuel tank pumps and component repairs and checks, FAK re-stocking. OHSA, DG, ramp equipment, and airport security and SIDA training. Taught by former Pan Am, Eastern, and TWA mechanics and flight crews members. Gave 110% for on time departures and provided flight crews with a well maintained B-747 aircraft to conduct the scheduled flights, Hajj flights, charter flights and DOD military troops flights to worldwide destinations. Reason for leaving: Lay-off, company went chapter-11 bankruptcy and shut down and this airline ceased operations. 09/1998 - 02/1999: CRAFTSMAN TOOL SALESMAN AND ASSOCIATE: Sold craftsman hand and power tools. Worked as a sales associate under less than minimum wage salary with 3 percent sales commission for every store sale made. Helped customers with questions, problem solving, handy man recommendations and fixing of items with the proper tools. Helped customers with power tools, servicing, automotive, battery, tool boxes, drills, lawn and garden. Operated store money register, with sales, returns, store credits, exchanges, and daily register closeout and money collections to store money vault and locker. Guided costumers to proper purchases for the correct tools and equipment for home improvement and handyman. Worked part time while in High School on the weekends and after school to make income. Reason for leaving: Resigned, it was my pary time after school and weekend job while in high school. 11/1997 - 10/1998: INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE RAMP SERVICE AGENT: JFK airport based, I worked part time after school and on the weekends. Performed line and ramp service for international flights, including cargo and baggage loading into and out of aircraft forward and aft belly. Performed push back, marshalling, wing walking, de-icing, potable water service, crew bags. Operated FMC loader, belt loader, jitney, dolly carts, box truck, flat bed truck, Lav service, fork lift, push back tractor, super tug, GPU cart, air starter cart, and air condition cart. Assisted with all international baggage sorting and loading, container transportation to aircraft belly. Helped with flight crew bags transport to customs from aircraft aft belly. Worked at JFK airport international arrival terminal (IAT) and Delta Air Lines terminal for JAL, ANA, EVA Air, Asiana Airlines, Korean Air, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Air China, Singapore Airlines, Egypt Air, Olympic, Lufthansa, SAS, Austrian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Biman, Swiss Air, Royal Air Maroc, Saudia, Royal Jordanian, ELAL, KLM, LOT, CSA, LTU, Icelandic Air, Aer-Lingus, Virgin Atlantic, Iberia, Sabena, Alitalia, Air Europa, Uzbekistan, Aeroflot, Tarom, Malev, PIA, BWIA, Air Jamaica, Aerolineas Argentinas, Avianca, Allegro, Aeromexico, Mexicana, LAN, TAM, Vasp, Ecuatoriana, Copa, Taca, Lasca, Servivensa, Guyana Airways, Varig, Air Afrique, South African Airways, North American Airlines, ATA, TradeWinds Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, World Airways, Pan Am (II), Carnival Airlines, Miami Air, Omni Air Express, AIA, Laker, Falcon Air, Sun Pacific, America West, Kitty Hawk, Polar Air Cargo, Atlas Air, Evergreen, Tower Air, TWA, Ryan International Airlines, Air France main line and the Concorde. Serviced, loaded, towed, pushed, and worked on international airlines operating various Airbus A-300, A-310, A-320, A-330, A-340, Boeing B-707, B-727, B-737-200, B-737CL, B-737NG, B-747-COMBI, B-747CL, B-747-400, B-757, B-767, B-777, Mcdonnell Douglas DC-9, DC-10, MD-80, MD-11, Lockheed L-1011, Tupolev TU-154, Ilyushin IL-62, and the Concorde-SST (Super Sonic Transport). Gave 110% for the proper servicing, loading, handling, aircraft push-back, aircraft towing, wing walking, marshalling, and various type of services to various international airlines and their international flight and cabin crew. Reason for leaving: Resigned, it was my pary time after school and weekend job while in high school. 05/1995 - 09/1997: (FAR 61): GENERAL AVIATION MECHANIC APPRENTICE: TEB airport based, I worked under an A&P mechanic as a helper at my flight school on the weekends and summer without pay. Performed line, hangar, annual and 100 hour inspections to various general aviation aircraft: C-150, C-152, C-172, PA-28, PA-34, BE-58, Mooney. Performed aircraft washing, cleaning, painting, and aircraft taxing and towing. Learned how to read the aircraft maintenance, avionics, and IPC manuals on microfiche. Assisted flight school mechanic with line maintenance, hangar MX, avionics and trouble shooting. Helped with flight school aircraft cleaning and avionics maintenance. Gave 110% for the on time maintenance service for the flight school aircraft for flight students and aircraft renters. Reason for leaving: Resigned, it was my pary time weekend job while in high school to get experience. EDUCATION AND EARLY AVIATION ACHIEVEMENTS: 09/1999 - 12/2001: (FAR 147): COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICS - VAUGHN COLLEGE: FAR 147 LGA airport based Aircraft maintenance and aviation college. Achieved Bachelor of Technology degree in aircraft avionics and maintenance. Associate degree in degree in aircraft maintenance technology. Received 75 college credits for achieving my A&P from high school and only had to do two years of college to get a four year college degree. Various FAA safety seminar and training certified. Winner of Kiwanis club LGA aviation scholarship. Learned how to use CAD, and auto CAD for various blueprints. Learned how to use AMM, FIM, MEL, IPC, DDPG, CDL, wiring diagram and various other aviation manuals. Received B-727 and B-737 GENFAM training on all aircraft systems. Trained heavily on various Boeing, Mcdonell Douglas and Airbus commercial aircraft avionics and systems: B-727, B-737, B-747, B-757, B-767, B-777, A-300, A-310, A-320, A-330, A-340, DC-9, DC-10, MD-11, MD-80, L-1011. 02/1995 - 06/1999: (FAR 147): AVIATION HIGH SCHOOL: FAR 147 American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, FedEx and JetBlue Airways partner and approved aircraft maintenance school. One of the 4 best and top rated New York city specialized High Schools and the top best ranked FAA A&P high school in the US. Class of 06/1998, stayed for 5th year program for 2nd FAA mechanic license. FAA approved Initial training received for FAA Airframe & Powerplant, and Private Pilot Licenses. Received FCC-GROL with ship radar endorsement. Received various other FAA safety awards. Winner of various aviation scholarship and awards. High School Degree with honors and merit. Honor Roll, Honor society, Pagessus society, Flying club, VICA, 100% attendance and punctuality. US Air Force Junior ROTC (3-years)-Leadership skills, aviation & space history, aerospace science. Worked on A-4 Skyhawk, BT-9, SNJ-4, AT-6 Texan, C-337 Skymaster, C-152, C-172, Bell-47, Bell-206 JetRanger, Bell-UH1 Huey, BE-58 Baron, PA-34 Seneca, Aero commander, and various other aircraft and powerplants. Learned how to read blue prints, technical drawings, wiring diagrams, troubleshooting and various aircraft systems diagrams and aviation manuals. Learned how to use various hand, pneumatic and impact tools, power tools, lathe, cutters, sheet metal bender, tube and pipe cutters, band saw, sanders, wheel grinders, drill press, various shop tools, and machinery, (class tool shop chief). Performed overhaul on various propellers, float and pressure carburetors, superchargers and turbochargers, fcu, magneto, radial, rotary, opposed, in-line, turbo-prop, turbo-shaft, turbo-fan, turbo-jet, APU, and military jet engines made by Pratt & Whitney, General Electric, Rolls Royce, Garrett, Lycoming, and Continental. Performed many composite, vacuum bag, filler repairs on honey comb, fiber glass and carbon fiber aircraft. Performed NDT, dye, visual, preventive MX inspections, GMAW, TIG, MIG, heli-arc, and oxy-acetylene welding trained, fabricated T-joint welds, butt joint welds, edge welds, bead welds, and lap welds projects. Performed MX on all the airframe, powerplant, hydraulics, pneumatic, landing gears, brakes, flight controls and rigging, avionics trouble shooting, sheet metal repair, wood and fabric, and helicopter maintenance. Fabricated aircraft steel and aluminum into wing section, aileron flight controls, and other components. Fabricated aircraft hydraulic tubing and bends with B-nuts and flairs. Fabricated wooden wing section (wing bay) components then covered with dope and fabric, did baseball stitching and repairs. Fabricated all metal and aluminum model airplane from blue prints and hand tools. Performed heat treatment, quenching, sand and bead blasting of aircraft metal and parts. Magneto timing, prop balancing, cylinder compression checks, precision tools, and accurate measurements, technical drawings and blueprints, Cessna 337 sky master restoration project lead foreman (9th grade). Cessna 152 and jet engine run-up assistant instructor for powerplant students (11th,12th grade). Volunteer student teacher for private pilot ground school (20 flying club students) and for the United States Junior Air Force-ROTC Cadets. B-747-100/200 A&P Mechanic Internship (02/99-06/99) at JFK airport after school for 5 hours daily. I was the President of the Aviation High school airborne flying club (1995-1999). 09/1994 - 02/1995: LAGUARDIA HIGH SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND ARTS AND PERFORMING ARTS: One of the 4 best and top-rated New York city specialized Art High School. Transferred to FAR 147 Aviation High School to pursue my aviation career after six months. Winner for various art awards and scholarships. I was an art major, studied studio art, CAD, technical drawing, abstract, contour drawing, pastel, charcoal sketches, projection drawings, terracotta pottery, ceramics and kiln oven firing, sculpture, paper mache, plaster cast, oil, watercolor, acrylic paintings, human anatomy drawings, animation, light projection, vanishing point drawings, portraits, scenery, modern art, pantagraph copy drawings, perspective drawings, calligraphy, 3-D, shadow drawings, blueprints, and architecture and technical drawings. A FEW OF MY FAVORITE AIRCRAFTS: A-300-200, A-310-200, A-340-200, B-707-200, B-727-200, B-737-200, B-747-200, Bensen B-8, Bell-47, Bell UH-1 Huey, Bede BD-5J, BE-76 Duchess, C-5 Galaxy, C-141 Starlifter, C-208 Caravan, CE-550, DC-3 Dakota, DC-8, F-4 Phantom, F-15E Strike Eagle, F4U Corsair, G-V, G-650, IL-62, IL-76 Candid, J-3 Cub, JN-4 Jenny, L-1049 Connie, L-1011 Tristar, LR-25, MD-80 Mad Dog, MiG-21 Fishbed, MiG-25 Foxbat, MiG-29 Fulcrum, Mil Mi-24 Hind, Su-27 Flanker, SST, SR-71 Blackbird, Tu-154, VC-10. ADDITIONAL SKILLS, TALENTS, HOBBIES AND LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES: Cooking, culinary arts, baking, grilling, BBQ, pickling, seafood preparations, garnishing, organic gardening, herb gardening, composting and organic fertilizer, mushroom growing, mushroom foraging, truffle hunting, and eatable plants and herbs from the woods and forest, herbal tonics and natural medicinal remedy, homemade wine making, grafting, hand pollination, aquaponics and hydroponics, horticulture, farming, fruit trees and berries cultivation and farming, rose gardening and pruning, garden trellis building and construction, DIY, landscaping, electrofishing, fishing, fish net weaving, fly fishing and fly tying, spear fishing, bow fishing, ice fishing, cast and gill net fishing, dip net fishing, fish trap making, bamboo shelter building, tree house building, archery, metal detector, technical drawing, sketching, calligraphy, studio art, classroom teaching, oil-acrylic-water color painting, pottery, ceramics, stamp and coin collecting, vintage aviation first flight mail cover collecting, antiques and collectables, rare books collecting, fixing things, wood working, wood carving, construction, electrical, electronics, soldering, avionics, sheet metal, aircraft restoration, blueprints, experimental aircraft and ultralight aircraft construction, automotive, bicycle repair, small engine repair, power and hand tools, electrical arc and oxy-acethelyne welding and metal works, brazing, sheet metal fabrication, riveting, wooden and fabric aircraft repairs, aircraft NDT, bead and sand blasting of aircraft parts, cleaning and organizing, recycling, repairing, engine and electric motor overhaul, R/C cox and R/C aircraft engine overhaul, amateur astronomy and telescope, model rocketry, revell and momogram model airplanes, aerial photography, Ufology and UAP and researching, WW1 and WW2, Korean war and Vietnam war Aviation History, motor and transformer building, electrical coil winding, electrical science projects, small DC and AC motor collecting, early aviation history, aviation crash studies and accidents history researching, aviation ground school teaching, snorkeling, RC and drone flying, balsa wood model aircraft construction, kite flying, die cast scale model aircraft collecting, model trains, rare crystal and rock and meteorite collecting, souvenir collecting from my travels, aviation collectables, visiting antique stores, botany and flora studies, gold panning in the streams, sea shell collecting from different beaches of the world, farmers market and grocery shopping, watching all history documentaries, cooking and foodie travel TV programs, 1980's music and TV programs, watching MeTV, Airwolf, Black Sheep Squadron, Gilligan's Island, MASH, Mr. Bean, 'Allo 'Allo!, Benny Hill, and all British comedies, Nature, Wild America programs, The Victory Garden and various gardening shows, aviation documentaries, PBS shows, National Geographic, Discovery, History, fishing shows, hanging around with my two cats, cleaning my fish aquarium, hiking, cycling, designing, sewing, camping, shelter and raft building, fire starting, signaling, jungle, mountain, wilderness, arctic, desert, water survival, and bushcraft. MY WAR STORIES: SOME OF MY MOST MEMORABLE AND UNFORGETTABLE AND COOL AVIATION THINGS I GOT TO EXPERIENCE IN MY LIFE: 01- In 1997, flying on the USAF (NY-ANG 105th Wing) C-5 Galaxy cockpit jump seat as a USAF-JROTC cadet out of SWF and circling over the Niagara Falls. 02- In 1999, flying on the Concorde from JFK-CDG and breaking the sound barrier at FL600 as a pax where I spend my hard-earned income just to do it. 03- In 2022, flying a 1962 built Bell-47 (my favorite helicopter) over Crazy Horse Memorial on a layover in RAP after visiting Mount Rushmore monument. 04- In 1996, meet and greet and shaking hands with President Clinton and NYC Mayor Giuliani on the USS Intrepid during fleet week as a JROTC cadet. 05- In 1999, flying from Russia in the B-747-200 over the Kamchatka Peninsula and seeing the Aurora Borealis from the cockpit and being mesmerized. 06- In 2000, flying a Quicksilver Ultra-light aircraft in Arizona doing low flying and chasing coyotes over the desert in the summer with a stunning sunset. 07- Flying from Korea in the B-747-400 and seeing the last sunset of 1999 and having New Year in the air and landing in 2000 at JFK in the New Year. 08- In 2005, as a crew transporting Shamu the killer whale in a special container for a SeaWorld charter flight from ORL to SAN in a B-747-200 nose loader. 09- In 2003, I was a crew of a flight from OKA on the B-747-200 with an inflight shut-down of #3 engine and we landed in UAM Anderson US-AFB in Guam. 10- In 2004, I was a crew of a flight from HKG on the B-747-200 with an inflight shut-down of #4 engine and had to jettison fuel to land in NRT- Japan. 11- In 2004, I was a crew from IAD to MJI on the B-747-200 of the first flight to Libya from the US since 1986 with UN inspectors to check for WMD. 12- In 1999, I have worked inside the center fuel and wing tanks of the B-747-200 over 10 times changing fuel pumps and doing checks as a A&P tech. 13- In 1999, I have completed many heavy checks, engine, landing gear, APU, flaps, spoiler and flight control changes on B-747-200 as an A&P tech. 14- In 1997, flying a Piper in my ppl days from Pontiac, MI to Kalamazoo, MI and found a bird's nest with baby chicks inside wing tip after landing. 15- In 1997, I helped fabricate an experimental (Bede) BD-5 sheet metal fuselage and wings from blueprints while in A&P school on my spare free time. 16- In 1996, I helped restore and was the lead foreman for a Vietnam War USAF O-2 / C-337 Skymaster restoration and achieved two FAA Bronze awards. 17- In 1995, I have taught private pilot ground school to over 50 USAF-JROTC Cadets and flying club students on my spare time as a volunteer in 9th grade. 18- In 2001, as a CFI, I taught a deaf student from the beginning who earned his FAA-PPL for uncontrolled airport only limitations on his pilot license. 19- In 2015, I flew a B-737-400 to MSY for "Jack Reacher-Never Go Back" and I met all the actors and set crew and the aircraft was used in the movie. 20- In 2002, I got to go inside the Antonov AN-225 Mriya (the one and only world's largest aircraft ever built) while it was in BAH and got to meet its crew. 21- In 1999, I got to fly in the IIyushin IL-76 with an Iranian cargo company from FJR to SHJ airport while I was on a layover for a week with my airline. 22- In 2022, I went inside the H-4 (Spruse Goose) at Evergreen and got to see some of my old birds after 20 years that I worked and flew on in 2002. 23- In 2001, I lost my engine power as a CFI, did a deadstick landing at FRG rny 01, landed safely, afterwards had speed to taxi off G1 to my parking spot. 24- In 2003, I traveled 180 days continuously around the world in the B-747-200 with only crew rest stops as a flight MX engineer (a world record). 25- In 2008, on my commute from LGA-CLT-MEM, I use to jumpseat on US Airways A-320. I got to fly in the cockpit with Capt. Sully Sullenberger once. 26- In 2012, I flew in the cockpit with Capt. Brian Bishop, he saved the flight from the rudder hardover on the B-737 in 1996, it was an honor to meet him. 27- In 1996, I met Capt. Al Haynes and Capt. Dennis Fitch from UA-232 at an aviation safety pilot seminar at HPN, it was an honor to meet them both. 28- In 2022, I met Mary "Wally" Funk, a trailblazer, aviation pioneer and living legend, the oldest person to go to space (LEO), it was an honor to meet her. 29- In 2006, as a CFI, I landed a C-152 with my student on a gravel strip in a farmland, we both got to drink fresh goat's milk given to us by the shepherds. 30- As a pilot, I flew in and out of RAF-BZZ, I have experience in WRI, SWF, DOV, CHS, SUU, HIK, UAM, EDF, OSN, OKA, DNA, XJD, TTH, RMS, ROZ, NSY, BAH. 31- I got to fly the world's famous top notch, icons, top celebrities, elite, wealthy and high net worth people around in the Gulfstream at FL450 as a Pilot. 32- In 2015, I flew a B-737 for a Lufthansa chartered flight full of tourist and dignitaries from Germany from MIA-OSH (Oshkosh) EAA AirVenture air show. 33- In 2002, while in NSY airport as a crew on the B-747-200, I got to see a still active USAF Lockheed U2 spy reconnaissance aircraft in live operation. 34- In 1999, as a crew from the cockpit of the B-747-200, I got to see the Great Wall of China for the first time flying from HKG-KHV (Khabarovsk, Russia). 35- In 1999, as a crew from the cockpit of the B-747-200, I got to see the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Nile river valley flying from ROZ-NSY-BAH-FJR-KWI. 36- In 2001, I took all my students as a CFI on cross country flights to airport cafes listed in "The $100 Hamburger" and ate breakfast, lunch and dinner. 37- In 2001, summer time in FRG, I got invited by the crew for a joy ride in the Monster.com blimp while it was doing its flights over Long Island, NY. 38- In 2011, I flew Princess Leia from Star Wars (1977) to Havana, Cuba on the B-737, she came up to the cockpit and said that I did a very smooth landing. 39- In 2014, flying on UA from LGA-ORD with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson sitting next to me, we got into some conversations about the universe. 40- In 2008, I was flying from MEM-CRW at night on the ATR-72, we got into some WX, it was the first time I saw St. Elmo's fire on the cockpit windows. 41- In 2003, as a crew on the B-747-200, we flew MIA-BOG-UIO-MIA to bring in flowers for Valentine's season, aircraft was fully loaded with flowers. 42- In 1997, my first jumpseat flight when I was 17, I flew in the cockpit of the B-737-200 for 2 leg sectors, the B-737-200 is one of my favroite aircraft. 43- In 2001, while doing my MEI from OUN-ADM on the BE-76, my MEI Nina did the SE Vmc demo, the prop did not come out of feather, we landed safely. 44- In 2001, I flew my first turboprop (King Air BE-200B) while in college from MGJ-POU-LEB-MGJ, I was not ATP rated yet, flew with a FedEx B-727 pilot. 45- In 2002, I flew my first jet (Citation CE-550SP) with Donald Trump's corporate Lawyer who was the captain from TEB-SRQ, I was not ATP rated yet. 46- In 2017, I got to check out Steven Spielberg's G-650 in VNY, the G-650 is one of my favorite, I hope to fly it one day, the type rating cost over $110k. 47- In 2018, I met singer Jimmy Buffett while he was doing his Falcon recurrent at CAE and I was doing my G-IV recurrent, he checked out my aero car. 48- In 2004, flying (BE-76) ME time building from FPR-TPA, I met John Trovalta and saw his G-II at the FBO while he was shooting the movie Punisher. 49- In 2011, on a AA MIA-JFK flight, I met Kareem Abdul-Jabbar former NBA and the co-pilot Roger Murdock from one of my favorite movie "Airplane". 50- In 2000, while doing my IR in AZ, I met producer Charlie Wessler, check out his Mooney and his dog from "There's something about Mary" (1998). 51- In 2008, on a NWA LGA-MEM flight, I met US Navy Adrmil John Kirby, we were chatting about the A-4 and F-4B zuni rocket USS Forrestal fire in 1967. 52- In 2003, as a crew on the B-747-200 from AMS-EWR-OSC, I got to meet Conrad "Connie" Kalitta the former NHRA drag racing driver and pilot and CEO. 53- In 2013, on an AA LGA-MIA flight while jump seating, I got to meet Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila, I told him I loved the movie Contact. 54- In 2003, as a crew on the B-747-200, after take off we ingested a large geese into our #1 engine, we landed back at AMS, it went thru the by-pass. 55- In 2003, I was a crew on the B-747-200 when we flew the first delivery of 36 Lamborghini Gallardo's from MXP-EWR on dubble stack pallets to dealers. 56- In 2004, as a crew on the B-747-200, we flew from LAX-HNL-PPG to bring McDonald's happy meal toys and cargo to the only McDonald's in Samoa. 57- In 1995, while in A&P school on a field trip to JFK visiting the TWA hangar, I got to go inside the cockpit and top of the wings of N93119 (Flight 800). 58- In 2005, as a crew on the B-747-200 from DXB-HKG, the dip clearance canceled over Burma, so we diverted to KUL, I visited 9M-MRO (MH370 aircraft). 59- In 2003, as a crew on the B-747-200, I flew many times to Kansi (KIX), it has been sinking since it was made from landfill, we use to stay at hotel Nikko. 60- In 2004, as a crew on the B-747-200, I flew from ONT and SUU via ANC to Incheon (ICN) and OSN-USAF in South Korea, I got to visit the DMZ line. 61- In 2000, cockpit jump seat on the B-747-400 from JFK- LHR, chatting with the crew, I found out that the co-pilot and I use to fly the same ME out of FPR. 62- In 1999, I flew on my first B-747-200 cockpit flight from JFK-ORF-ROZ as a flight MX engineer, I am in contact with Capt. Jaime Pinto even after 25 years. 63- In 2003, as a crew on the B-747-200 on a flight from AMS to EWR, we transport very expensive race horses with handler for breeders and horse racing. 64- In 1997, I was working ramp at JFK, I got invited by A&P techs from Mach-II MX, to do a MX run on the SST, I got to start up the Snecma Olympus 593. 65- In 2003, as a crew on the B-747-200, I flew over Mt. Ararat in Turkey, Armenia and Iran's border, it is the mountain where the Biblical Noha's Ark is. 66- In 2003, as a crew on the B-747-200 flying from BKK-CMB-KWI, from the cockpit I got to see the the Palm Islands beeing constructed in Dubai, UAE. 67- In 2001, as a CFI-CFII-MEI when the WX was not VFR, I took my PVT students up in actual IMC on a IFR flight, this way they would get the experience. 68- In 1986, waiting at the bus stop, in Plainview near the Bethpage Grumman factory, I use to see the fighter jets fly from BPA to CTO for Naval flight test. 69- In 2003, while ME time building from FPR-PDK-RYY-FPR, I picked up a lot of free little bags of Georgia peanuts from the FBO at PDK to snack on. 70- In 2005, doing time building on BE-76, flying from VRB-VLD, I gobbled down my grilled cheese sandwich, my student now a B-777 pilot laughs about it. 71- In 1998, I attended the JFK airport's 50th anniversary at the GA ramp where a Swiss Air "Connie" flew direct from Geneva with crew and I went inside. 72- In 1998, while working ramp at JFK, I serviced HB-IWF, I use to see Capt. Zimmermann, we always chatted while pushing back, God bless his soul. 73- In 2001, I flew with Capt. Jack Weckerle, former Pan Am and B-747 CP, he worked at my flight school after retirement, he went to my same A&P school. 74- In 2020, I went to 9D4 airport to fix a fuel leak on a Navion that Capt. Weckerle owned with his son, a A-320 pilot, I flew his first ME flight lesson. 75- From 2003-2005, I got to fly as crew on the B-747-200 with Capt. Paul W. Bishop, he was the actual pilot of the plane from the movie Air Force One. 76- From 2017-2020, I flew with Capt. Joe Fosnot, he taught me a lot on the G-IV, he use to be the pilot for Colonel Harland Sanders, the founder of KFC. 77- In 2001, my flight school offered night flights around NYC with champagne, dinner and birthday flights, I use to fly them, the city lights was amazing. 78- In 2021, I met journalist and ufologist Linda Moulton Howe in BUR, she came down for History channel, we were chatting about the fourth kind. 79- In 2021, I met Steven Mnuchin at the FBO in FOK, I was waiting for my pax, I told him that I alway see his autograph on the dollar bills, he laughed. 80- In 2019, I met Leonardo DiCaprio at LAS airport FBO, waiting for my rental car and having a cup of coffee, I told him I liked the movie "The Aviator". 81- In 2023, in LGB I met both John and Martha King from King Schools. In 1995-2001, I use to watch all of their videos, they both are still kicking away. 82- In 2002, I flew as crew on the B-747-200 with Capt. Robert Elliott, we called him "Bubba", a big jolly guy from KY, he asked me to pick up Haagen-dazs. 83- In 2002, as crew on the B-747-200 with Capt. Andrew McQuigg, former Eastern 727 pilot, "Andy" was the most hilarious pilot I met, he made me laugh. 84- In 2018, on a layover at VNY, I went to eat breakfast at the Blue Jam cafe, Chris Pine was sitting next to my table, I told him I loved Star Trek as a kid. 85- In 2015, at CLT on a flight on the B-737-400, we parked next to Michael Jordan's G-IV (N236MJ) and checked it out, and I got to meet him at the FBO. 86- In 2008, flying the ATR-42 to ILM, the Captain took me to Whitey's for breakfast, this is where Michael Jordan first worked at, I met his first boss. 87- In 2018, at the MSP airport FBO after the Super bowl game, I meet Bradley Cooper, I told him I liked Limitless, and we all are Limitless in our own way. 88- In 2017, at the SFO airprort FBO while waiting for my passengers, I meet Paul Ryan, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, he was very nice. 89- In 2012, on a AA B-737 flight from LGA-MIA jump seating, I meet Spike Lee, we got to talk a little bit, he was flying down for a NBA game in Miami. 90- In 2014, while flying the King Air BE-350i and waiting for my pax at the TEB airport FBO, I got to meet Matt Lauer from NBC, we got to talk a little bit. 91- In 2014, at OSU airport, I met a Netjets pilot named Dewey Davenport, I got to check out his 1929 Travel Air 4000, he is a modern day barnstormer. 92- In 1999, in college and so broke from flying, Prof. John Sabini let me sit in his IR and COM ground school for free, he signed me off for my FAA written. 93- In 2007, I was 1 of the 18 of 6000 applicants chosen to join the world's best airline and offered 5 wide body aircraft to fly, I declined due to my family. 94- In 1995-1997, for my ppl, I had 95 hrs, because I could barely afford to fly 4 hrs a month and 2 hrs of that was spend taxing behind ten G-IV's in TEB. 95- In 1997, after I got my PPL, I took my 7th grade science teacher as my first pax, I flew her from TEB-4N1-TEB, and we checked out the Connie at 4N1. 96- From 1995 to 1997, I took the NYC #2 train from the Bronx to Grand central station to catch the NJ transit bus #161 to TEB to do my flight training. 97- In 12/23/1995, I did my solo at BLM on a Piper Warrior, my CFI signed me off, my T-shirt got ripped off and was put on the flight school wall in TEB. 98- In 1980, I was 2 years old growing up in a rice paddy and farm, a red colored Bell-47 crop duster hovered over my head and the pilot waved to me. 99- In 1995, I was 15, I did my first flight lesson out of SWF to TEB in a Piper Cherokee, I had to lie to my parents saying that I was going on a school trip. 100- In 2003, in a pilot job fair, I got to walk, talk and sit in a table having lunch with somebody that I use to know, who was just like me, loved airplanes. 101- In 2000, after I finished my IR and CPL, I couldn't afford to fly home, so I took a Greyhound bus (2.5 days) from Tucson, AZ to Penn Station in NYC. 102- In 1988, I won the 3rd grade science fair with my electric plane, I got invited to Fordham University, Prof. M (Rama) J told me soon I will be a pilot. 103- In 1986, my first flight to the US was on Pan Am FRA-JFK, the same aircraft as PA103, I visited the memorial in Lockerbie in 2003 while visiting family. 104- In 1986, my family members got Hijacked on PA73, they all survived, I flew on PA73 also, it was my first B-747-100 flight, I worked on N483EV in 2002. 105- In 2003-2005, as a crew on the B-747-200, I got to fly all over the world with Capt. Joseph Von Hedrich, tragically he lost his wife and son on TWA 800. 106- In 2003-2005, as a crew on the B-747-200, I got to fly with Capt. David Kahn, one of the nicest pilots I met, he let me sit on the F/O seat doing comms. 107- In 2023, I got to start up a JT-8D on a Eastern and FedEx B-727 with a few 16 year old students for a camp at a school affiliated with Penn State. 108- In 2023, I went to the Sun and Fun airshow in FL, got to go inside the C-17, C-130, KC-135, I check out all the warbirds, MiG-23, F-35, F-16, A-10. 109- In 2001, I flew my first glider out of HWV on the grass strip, I loved flying the L-23 Blanik, I truly felt like a bird, just the wind and a yaw string. 110- In 2015, I flew Adam Sandler and crew on the B-737 from SAV-SJU for the shooting for "The Do Over", I told him that I loved his Opera man on SNL. 111- In 2023, I got to fly a Aviat A-1A Husky with a experienced instructor, a absolutely fun airplane to fly, I took off in less the 200 feet, a lot of power. 112- In 2023, I met Ryan Seacrest and his family while they were flying out of TEB airport on a Gulfstream G-450, he is a frequent traveler and jet setter. 113- In 2017, I met actor and comedian Aziz Ansari at the FBO in TEB while waiting for my passengers, he was flying out on a Lear-60 with his friends. 114- In 2020, I met actor William Devane at BUR, he was surprised that I knew that his dad was the chauffeur to FDR when he was the Governor of NY. 115- In 2017, I met Governor Mike Huckabee in TEB airport, he was flying out on a Lear Jet, it is amazing the people you run into at airports like TEB. 116- In 2019, I check out N51EW "Kiss Me Kate" a 1944 P-51D Mustang at CNO, this pristine aircraft is used in movies and airshows, I took a selfie with it. 117- In 2001, I use to go visit the abandoned Fairchild aircraft factory, it was 2 blocks from my flight school in FRG where I worked as a CFI-CFII-MEI. 118- In 1997, I service and work on rare aircraft like the B-707, B-727, DC-10, L-1011, SST, IL-62, and TU-154 at JFK airport while working as a ramp agent. 119- In 2015, I flew the Fordham University Rams from HPN-CHA-HPN for the NCAA to play the University of Tennessee Chattanooga Mocs on the B-737. 120- In 1999, I invented a tool to pull the fuel filter out of the FCU on the P&W JT-9D engine used on the B-747 while working as an A&P hangar mechanic. 121- In 2014, I flew to RKD and went to the Owls Head museum in Maine and saw all the vintage aircraft and got to ride in a old 1908 Ford model-T. 122- In 2022, I went to the Mid Atlantic Air museum in RDG for the WWII week airshow and checked out all my favirote aircrafts, I try to go every year. 123- In 2021, I went to the Pocono, PA airshow with my flight instructor who is a B-777 pilot now, his daughter Maddison loved seeing the Thunderbirds. 124- In 1988, I saw an episode of Unsolved Mysteries about Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan and the Electra, I have been a Earhart researcher since then. 125- In 2020, I got to fly a J-3 Cub with a friend, during the fall season from the sky, Pennsylvania is really beautiful with the colors of the tree foliage. 126- In 1999, I invented my own specialty tool I welded together with a hook latch and ring to close the P&W JT9-D engine core cowling for the B-747-200. 127- In 1997, while working ramp service at JFK, I got to service and work on Alitalia's Baci Perugina and the Bvlgari B-747-200, it had a very nice paint job. 128- In 2010, I trained on the ATR-72 sim by Capt. Johann Progner, a retired Lufthansa B-747 Capt., when FSI laid him off, he told me found a trucking job. 129- In 1997, while working ramp at JFK, I hung around NWA 747 during my lunch break, F/O Petitt let me visit the B-747-400 cockpit, she was very nice. 130- From 2017 to 2022, I flew into TEX-Telluride many times flying Hollywood celebrities, I saw Wilson Peak, the same mountain on the Coors beer bottle. 131- In 2002, landing in NSY on the B-747-200, I got to see lava flowing out of Mt. Etna, it was amazing, I always got a lot of blood oranges from there. 132- In 2020, I went to 9D4 airport with my friend Andrew to check out his Navion, I saw a sign "free kittens" in a farm, I ended up with two cats now. 133- From 2017 to 2020, I flew with Capt. John Maesky, flew my first G-IV Atlantic crossing with him, he requested to fly with me because I am a foodie. 134- In 2014, I flew on the BE-350i with Capt. Charles Carlson an ex B-767 pilot, since I was 15 year old, I got most of my plants from Carlson Florist in NY. 135- In 2002, I met Capt. John Kunkel when I was 23 and got my B-747 F/E, in 2022 we ran into each other after 20 years and we went out for dinner. 136- In 2018, I met Joel Osteen in HPN and got his autographed book. I like his positive and inspired words that brings hope, his sermons are very nice. 137- From 2011 to 2022, I was lucky to fly charter on the B-737, BE-350i, and G-IV, I got to fly and meet everyone that people dream that they could meet. 138- In 2023, on a layover in Poland, I got to fly a Polish PZL-104 Wilga from EPRZ-EPKR-EPRZ. This was the most weirdest looking aircraft that I got to fly. 139- In 2023, I flew a Puchacz aerobatic glider in Poland doing barrel rolls, wingover, inside loop, cloverleaf, inverted flight and I pulled +5G and -2.5G load. 140- In 2023, during the EAA AirVenture, I did a joyride on my favorite helicopter, the Bell-47 with my son, we flew over the airshow in a 1956 built Bell-47. 141- In 2023, I went to Fort Indiantown Gap Army base, checked out the tower, see the Chinook and my two boys got a ride in the Blackhawk helicopter. 142- In 2019, I took oldest son on a empty leg repo flight on the G-IVSP from TEB-HPN, he sat on the jumpseat to see me fly, he was 12 at the time. 143- In 1997, working at the IAT ramp at JFK, with the NWA techs, I check out the cockpit and E&E bay of N661US, this was the worlds first B-747-400. 144- In 2017, while flying the G-IV to BFI, I got to visit the worlds first B-747 the "City of Everett" this was the testbed aircraft, I always wanted to see it. 145- Since 1988, I use to collect plastic bottles and cans from park trails to keep it clean and would use the money from it to buy my model airplanes. 146- Since 1988, I have collected over 250+ highly detailed all metal die cast 1:200 and 1:400 scale model aircraft, and I have built over 75 model kits. 147- Since 1984, I have collected rare stamps and coins, I have accumulated over 200+ albums and have a lot of aviation stamps from all over the world. 148- In 2017, I got to land and take off the G-IV and GA aircraft into BFI, RNT, PAE. I did the Boeing factory tour in the world's largest building by volume. 149- In 1997, While working at JFK, I got to work on and serviced SU-GAP "Thuthmosis III" a B-767-300ER, this was the same aircraft as EgyptAir 990. 150- In 1998, While working at JFK, I got to work on and serviced F-BTSC, the very same aircraft Air France 4590, I got pictures of it in my aviation album. 151- In 1999, I worked at hangar 17 at JFK, it was the original Pan Am hangar. I was a B-747-200 mechanic and I was taught by former Pan Am mechanics. 152- In 2022, I ran into a Atlas Air B-747-200 Captain in XLL, now 87 years old, his uncle was Paul Tibbets, the pilot who droped "Little Boy" Atom bomb. 153- In 2023, I got to fly a float plane and trained on how to takeoff and land in confined area, glassy water, rough water, docking, sailing, step taxi. 154- In 2023, I got checked out to rent a Piper Warrior PA-28-161 from a flight school in PA, I go up on my free time, this is the same type I did my solo in. 155- From 1988 thru 1992, I use to fly my P-51 and my F4U cox engine control line aircraft with my old man in Tibbets Brook park in Yonkers, NY. 156- In 2023, I got to fly a 1943 Stearman and a C-170 vintage on a grass strip in PA with a retired UA B-787 captain, the N2S-3 was a WWII military trainer. 157- In 1996, for my 10th grade physics project, I made a rubber band propeller car with a bearing, it went over 130' and was displayed in science hall. 158- In 2011, I flew with the former CP of Hooters Air, Bruce Foster from NC showed me my first autoland on the B737-400 with a 3 channel auto pilot. 159- From 1992 thru 1995, I use to fly RC at the Whitestone bridge, my Tiger trainer with a Russian MDS engine got crashed by one instructors, I left RC. 160- In 2023, I got a 1921 Singer treadle sewing machine, I had the same in my farm house growing up, it's how got the love for all machines. 161- In 2023, I got launched on a glider using a winch tow, the high acceleration, rate of climb and pitch attitude was like you were taking off a carrier. 162- I fly gliders, you become a better pilot and learn valuable skills with altitude and energy management and precision, no go-arounds are available. 163- Since 1995, I collected jet engine blades from A-4, A-10, B-52, C-5, F-4, F-14, F-15, F-16, F-111, MiG-21, Su-25, U-2, B-727, B-737, B-747, B-757, B-767. 164- In 2023, I got a Russian Su-25 jet enging blade from the Russo-Ukrainian war as a memorabilia from a shot down Sukhoi over Ukraine in 2022. 165- In 1999, I was given an very rare 1970 Pan Am (RMM-ramp maintenance manual) by am old Pan Am mechanic, I always had it while fixing the B-747. 166- In 1991, I loved watching First Flights with Neil Armstrong on PBS, I visited Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome and got to fly on the same aircraft Neil flew. 167- In 2014, I took my boys, 7 and 5 for a joy ride in a 1929 New Standard D-25 from Rhinebeck, we flew over the Hudson and the Rhinecliff bridge. 168- In 2015, "A-Rod" ask me which is the best private jet to buy, I told him that he should get a G-IVSP, later I found out that he took my humble advice. 169- In 2022, I met Jim Carrey at VNY, his GV was parked next to my G-IV, I was waiting for my pax to fly to Mexico, I loved "The Truman Show" movie. 170- In 2021, I met singer "Pitbull" in VNY, I was waiting to meet my pax to fly to Hawaii, he was flying on the GV and wearing his tinted sunglasses. 171- In 1985, I was 6 and I made a 10' wing hang glider out of tarp, bamboo and jute twine, I jumped off the terrace and flew 50', I bruised my knee. 172- Since 1995, I love to go to historic and grass field runway airports like Old Rhinebeck, Grimes, Van Sant, Beltzville, etc..its very nostalgic to me. 173- Since 1995, I love to go on my free time to airport cafes like Sky Manor sky cafe, Blairstown airport cafe, etc..I love eating breakfast with the pilots. 174- In 1999, working at hangar 17 at JFK, I watched the Concorde take-off on 13R, the pebbles vibrated on the ground, I felt the energy of it's RR engines. 175- In 2004, I did high power and EVC trim runs inside JAL's hangar on the B-747-200, it is a noise acoustic hangar, I took the engine to take-off EPR. 176- In 2001, I took off with a C-172 with my student after John Travolta took off from FRG with his G-II which had a RR Spey hush kit, it was still loud. 177- In 2023, I took my two boys up in a Piper PA-28-161 Warrior for a joy ride, we went around the pattern, both boys got to fly a little bit around. 178- In 2005, on a layover at LAX, I went to Home Depot to get some tools, I ran into Gary Coleman, I grew up watching Different Strokes as a kid. 179- In 2023, on a layover at KEF airport in Iceland on a B-767 trip, I checked out the Sky lagoon and the Fly over Iceland in Reykjavik, it was truly amazing. 180- In 2023, on my IOE from Poland to the US, had heavy vibrations and loud bangs, on our #2 engine, did a in-flight shut down and landed the B-767. 181- In 2023, landing into MCI, at 500' on my #2 RB-211 engine on the B-767, I had my 2nd compressor stall, this time I did not have to shut the engine. 182- In 1982, I was 3, my Dad got a microphone from the aircraft carrier that he worked on at the Naval base after his Army career, I loved radio since. 184- In 1995, my metal airplane project in A&P school, I changed the design with a camber tapered wing, it's a first time in the history of the school. 185- In 1996, my metal aileron project in A&P school, I polished my aileron for 3 months by hand, it was a mirror finish and was displayed in the hall. 186- In 2012, I meet NBA basketball player John Salley at MIA after I was flying back from Quito, Equador on the B-737-400, I took a picture with him. 187- In 2013, I flew the NBA players from the Denver Nuggets from MIA to HAV on the B-737-400, they were heading out on a mini vacation to Cuba. 188- In 2017, I invented a special adapter rubber hose to drain the water out of the forward lavatory sink during winterize for the G-IV, it is 7' long. 189- From 2014 to 2022, I flew high net worth people to hunting and fishing trips to remote parts of Alaska, I loved staying at lodges with them. 190- From 2014 to 2022, I flew celebrties and high net worh people to exotic vacations places, we always stayed in very expensive boutique hotels. 191- From 2014 to 2022, while flying charter, I never wasted expensive catering, I always made sure to divide it among the crew and the ramp staff. 192- In 2011, I flew with Capt. Seth Cooperman, he did my IOE on the B-737, he took me to Katana sushi in Miami, a good hole in the wall place to eat. 193- In 2012, I flew with Capt. Hector Gonzalez, we flew a few B-737 acceptance test flights, he likes to go outside and check the weather "cigarette break". 194- From 2011 to 2014, I flew with Capt. Angel Marcano on the B-737, he was so funny, I had to get him a chocolate bar and clip it on the yoke to fly. 195- From 2011 to 2014, I flew with Capt. Frederic Pollino a former Army pilot, he did my training, we flew a lot, he is very funny, he made me laugh a lot. 196- From 2011 to 2014, I flew with Capt. Marco Formichetti, an ex-Italian air force pilot, he was my sim partner, we flew a lot and he is very humorous. 197- From 2011 to 2014, I flew with Capt. John Casey, I visited him in Tampa, FL where he use to live in a airpark, he had a lot of RC, I loved flying with him. 198- In 2021, I flew with my CP Capt. James Potter, we flew on many test flight after MX, Jimmy always sends me on complex missions to get the job done. 199- In 2020, I flew with Capt. Martain Trout on the G-IV, an ex NASA Dryden Flight Research pilot and was a test pilot for the MRJ, I learned a lot from him. 200- In 2023, I flew one of the first Aeronca Champ that Neil Armstrong flew in his early career, this "Airknocker" really shows adverse yaw, it's tricky to fly. 201- In 2002, as crew I flew with Capt. Al Aufmuth on the B-747-200, he does the best British accent, we keep in touch, now he is a B-767 captain for UPS. 202- In 2023, I visited the "Memphis Belle" B-17, the "Bockscar" B-29, which droped the "Fat Man" atom bomb ending WWII, I held it's giant props. 203- In 2023, I check out all the aerospace and aircrafts at Wright Patterson including the B-1, B-2, B-29, B-52, C-141, SR-71, X-15, and the XB-70 Valkyrie. 204- Since 1988, I went inside and toured all the US Presidential Air Force one aircrafts, my favorite one is the B-707 USAF VC-137C SAM 26000. 205- In 2003, as crew I flew with Capt. Aaron Stoliker on the B-747-200, an ex-NWA pilot, he took me to my first sushi bar in KIX, I loved eating sushi since. 206- In 2022, I got to fly the B-767 sim with Capt. John Kunkel, a former CP of Atlas Air, I first met him in 2002, we went out to dinner many times in 2022. 207- In 2023, at the EAA air show, I check out a lot of GA aircrafts, ultra lights, warbirds, home builts, experimental, LSA, B-747 Dreamlifter and the A-350. 208- In 2018, I visited Kitty Hawk, NC and got to see the Wright Brothers Memorial where the first powered flight took place in December 17,1903. 209- In 1987, I was 8, I use to see the DC-9, MD-80 and the B-727 turning base to final over my head, I loved the sound of the "Mad Dog" roaring above. 210- From 1987 to 2007, I use to have over 75+ model aircraft hanging on my ceiling in my bedroom with fishing line, and a lot of airplane posters. 211- Since 1987, I went to over 22+ airshows and to over 47+ aviation museums all over the world on my free time, I love the antique aircrafts the most. 212- Since 1995, I got to fly various aircraft built in 12 different countries, I love flying different and unique aircrafts, I have learned a lot from each one. 213- Since 1995, I flew over 69 different kinds of aircraft, the oldest one is from 1929, the newest aircraft is from 2023, I love flying old antique aircraft. 214- Since 1995, I still keep in touch with Capt. Kam Rana, he signed me off for my cross-country flights for my PPL with the little money I had lefft. 215- In 1997, I serviced N618FF, in 1999 I worked as an A&P on it, in 2003 I traveled on it as an B-747 FME, this plane was in the Jim Carrey's "Liar Liar". 216- In 2001, as an A&P instructor, I ran up a vintage Boeing 502 jet engine from the early 1950's, I fixed it up since it did not run in over 20 years. 217- In 1999, I took a bath in the wheel well of the B-747 while changing the antiskid, "you are not blessed as a A&P until you take a Skydrol bath once". 218- In 2023, I acquired a N1 fan blade from a GE CF6-50 used on the A-300, A-330, B-747, B-767, C-5M and DC-10, I am hand polishing it when I am free. 219- In 2023, layover at SNN, I checked out the Cliffs of Moher and the Blarney Castle, I kissed the stone upside down, now I am gifted with eloquence. 220- I choose to leave this line open for all my untold aviation war stories that I have since 1980 from my first memory.............to be continued

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