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Ameriflight Profile

Ameriflight BE1900

Active Pilots




Ameriflight At a Glance

  • Typical schedule is weekdays. Pilots usually fly in the morning, stay at the outstation during the day, and fly home in the evening
  • Program with Allegiant Air to provide interviews with preferential hiring for Ameriflight pilots
  • Amerflight has flow through agreements with Omni, Frontier Airlines, and Allegiant Airlines
  • Gateway program with United Parcel Service (UPS)


Ameriflight is hiring pilots. Pilot applicants apply via company website.

Minimum Requirements to Apply

  • Commercial pilot license
  • First or second class medical certificate
  • High performance and complex logbook endorsements
  • Current Passport
  • Flight experiences requirements specific to position and airplane

Airplane Fleet

  • PA-31
  • BE99
  • BE1900
  • SA227
  • EMB120

Pilot Domiciles

  • Ontario International Airport
  • Dallas-Ft Worth International Airport
  • Portland International Airport
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  • Louisville International Airport
  • Puerto Rico
  • Salt Lake International Airport
  • Boeing Field (Seattle)
  • Buffalo Niagara International Airport
  • Bob Hope Airport (Burbank)
  • Employ Airfield (Omaha)
  • Cincinnati International Airport
  • St Louis
  • Capital Region International Airport (Lansing)
  • Manchester Airport
  • San Antonio International Airport
  • Albuquerque International Airport

Ameriflight Annual Pilot Salary

YearEMB120 - CaptainSA227 - CaptainBeech 1900 - CaptainBE99 - CaptainPA31 - CaptainEMB120 - First Officer

Compensation Notes

Pilots are Salary based on 40 hour work week.

Per Diem

  • $35/day


  • 401K: company matches 50% up to 5% of pilot’s pay

Greg started his professional pilot journey in 2002 after graduating from Embry Riddle. Since that time he has accumulated close to 8,000 hours working as a pilot. Greg’s professional experience includes flight instructing, animal tracking, backcountry flying, forest firefighting, passenger charter, part 135 cargo, flying for a regional airline, and working as a manager in charge of a part 135 and part 121 training programs. Greg took a 5 year hiatus from flying and worked in software development and marketing. He has returned to flying and works for a major airline. Greg enjoys educating and helping pilots improve their professional lives and is passionate about applying technology and new methods to help with traditional challenges.

Greg Thomson