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Pilot

Company: Avfuel
Location: Ann Arbor
Posted on: November 26, 2022

Job Description:

Avfuel Pilot Flight DepartmentEmployment Type: Full TimeBenefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Vacation, Sick Days & Holidays; Company paid Life and Disability Insurance; 401k savings plan with employer matchingVoluntary Benefits: Supplemental Life Insurance, Critical Illness, Accident Coverage, & Pet InsuranceLocation: Ypsilanti, MILooking to Accelerate your Career?Join Avfuel's Flight Department!Dassault Falcon LXS Cessna Citation XLS+ Brand-New Hangar FacilitiesWe're Hiring a Michigan-Based PilotThis is a unique opportunity to join a dynamic flight department for the largest independently-owned aviation fuel supplier. Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Avfuel Corporation has maintained a flight department for over 45 years, today operating a Dassault Falcon LXS and Cessna Citation XLS+.The aircraft and flight department are located in a new, state-of-the art hangar facility at the Willow Run Airport (KYIP).About AvfuelAvfuel provides fuel and services-including sustainable fuel and initiatives-to the global aviation industry and is the leading independent supplier in the United States. Established as a supply and logistics company nearly 50 years ago, Avfuel is core competent in every aspect that surrounds the delivery of fuel-from refinery to wingtip.Avfuel combines global access with personalized service throughout a fueling network of more than 3,000 locations worldwide and 650+ Avfuel-branded FBOs. Our 100% dedication to aviation demonstrates our passion and commitment to a global community that prospers on the movement of goods and services around the world.

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Keywords: Avfuel, Ann Arbor , Pilot, Other , Ann Arbor, Michigan

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