Cape Air

Cape Air

Hiring Information

Accepting Resumes


  No. of Pilots Source & Notes
January '18
Actual Hiring

Interviewees from Previous Month

February '18
Projected Hiring
Unknown Unknown or N/A
March '18
Projected Hiring
Unknown Unknown or N/A


  Minimum Competitive Preferred
Total Time 500 1500  
Last 6 Months: 0
Multi Time: 15 0 100 0
Turboprop Time: 0 0 0 0
Jet Time: 0 0 0 0
Certificate Commercial ATP ATP
ATP Written No Yes Yes
Regional Jet
Standards Certification
No No No
Education No College Required 4-Year Degree 4-Year Degree
Age: 23  

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Updated Nov 29, 2017

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Year 15$86/hr$32/hr
Year 14$84/hr$31/hr
Year 13$81/hr$29/hr
Year 12$79/hr$28/hr
Year 11$77/hr$27/hr
Year 10$74/hr$26/hr
Year 9$72/hr$25/hr
Year 8$70/hr$24/hr$46/hr
Year 7$68/hr$23/hr$44/hr
Year 6$66/hr$22/hr$42/hr
Year 5$64/hr$21/hr$40/hr
Year 4$62/hr$20/hr$39/hr$14/hr
Year 3$60/hr$20/hr$37/hr$12/hr
Year 2$59/hr$18/hr$36/hr$11/hr
Year 1$57/hr$17/hr$28/hr$11/hr
Cessna 402-C
Cessna 402-C

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Pay Notes

$3/hr override for pilots in the Caribbean. All duty hours over 40 paid at time-and-a-half. Per Diem : $1.50/hr
Cessna 402-C
Cape Air offers a competitive pay scale for pilots, which is comparable to the industry. Detailed pay scale information is provided in the interview process. Please contact the pilot recruiter for more information. First year Captains in the 402 can earn on average a salary of $31K to $40K per year.

Advanced Earnings Calculator Total Career Earnings: $0

Career Earnings Considerations


Your airline pilot career and earnings will be influenced by your seniority. The sooner you begin flying for an airline, the higher your seniority will be, impacting your monthly schedule, vacation time, crew base location, and captain upgrade wait time.

Career Earnings Comparison

After starting as a junior First Officer you'll begin gaining seniority, which will determine when you upgrade to Captain. This increase in responsibility comes with a significant earnings increase. The sooner you start gaining seniority, the quicker you will realize this earnings increase. Take a look at how the training path you take can impact your seniority and total career earnings, based on the chart above:

Fast Track Airline Career Pilot Program »
  • 2 Years: zero experience to 1,500 hours
  • Total Career Earnings: $0
Local FBO
  • 4-5 Years: 1-2 years training, plus 3 years gaining experience
  • Total Career Earnings: $0
Collegiate Flight Training Program
  • 6 Years: 4 years college, plus 2 years gaining experience
  • Total Career Earnings: $0
Regional Airline
Upgrade Time: 3 years
Years at Airline: 10 years
Major Airline
Upgrade Time: 5 years
Years at Airline: 15 years
Current Age
Updated Nov 29, 2017

Domiciles, Fleet , & Contact

Current Fleet, Orders & Options

ATR-42 Current Fleet 2
Cessna 402-C Current Fleet 85

Contact Information

ContactLevi Carroll
Phone 508-827-7883
Email[email protected]
Mailing AddressCape Air Pilot Recruitment
660 Barnstable Road
Hyannis, MA 02601
Updated Nov 29, 2017
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