So, do you find yourself scanning the "pilot wanted" ads, with a vague hunger for "more..."
More than - just boring holes in the sky...
More than browsing that three year old issue of Pilot! magazine while killing time in an airport lounge...
More than waiting for that overdue often alcohol-soaked executive who's late (again) for his return flight...
Maybe you don't need a job, but rather a "mission!" You may want to investigate Air Serv International or one of the other mission/humanitarian flying groups out there.
How many flying jobs can promise stuff like this:
Want to have meaning and challenge in your work?
Want to make a difference in
thousands of people’s lives?
Have you done anything exciting this week?
Have you saved anyone’s life?
Have you flown a medical team to help avert an Ebola Virus outbreak?
Have you brought medicine and food to a starving or dying child?
Air Serv pilots do this daily.
If you are a Pilot with a FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate (ATP Preferred), Instrument Rating and 1500 hrs PIC, have an airman certificate with an endorsement of language proficiency, you might just have a future with Air Serv International.
Google Humanitarian Aviation, or Mission Aviation for some interesting reading. There's a need for pilots (and others) who are up to the challenge!