Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors

National Occupation Code (NOC): 2271

Air pilots fly fixed wing aircraft and helicopters to provide air transportation and other services such as crop spraying and aerial surveying. Flight engineers assist air pilots with monitoring, troubleshooting and maintenance of aircraft systems and with pre- and post-flight inspections. Flying instructors teach flying techniques and procedures to student and licensed pilots. Air pilots, flight engineers and flight instructors are employed by airline and air freight companies, flying schools and by other public and private sector aircraft operators.

Alternate Job Titles

  • Aerial Crop Duster
  • Aerial Sprayer
  • Aerial Survey Flight Supervisor
  • Aerial Survey Pilot
  • Air Navigator
  • Air Patrol Pilot
  • Air Pilot
  • Air Pilot And Flight Engineer Supervisor
  • Air Pilots And Navigators Supervisor
  • Airline Pilot
  • Airline Pilot Instructor
  • Airline Test Pilot
  • Airplane Pilot
  • Bush Pilot
  • Business Aircraft Pilot
  • Captain - Air Transport
  • Charter Pilot
  • Check Pilot
  • Chief Flying Instructor
  • Chief Pilot
  • Chief Pilot - Air Transport
  • Commercial Airline Pilot
  • Commercial Pilot
  • Co-pilot
  • Co-pilot - Air Transport
  • Corporate Pilot
  • Crop Duster
  • Engineering Test Pilot
  • Executive Pilot
  • Experimental Test Pilot
  • Fire Patrol Pilot
  • First Officer - Air Transport
  • Flight Engineer
  • Flight Engineer - Air Transport
  • Flight Instructor
  • Flight Simulator Instructor
  • Flying Instructor
  • Forest Spray Pilot
  • Forestry Patrol Pilot
  • Helicopter Chief Pilot
  • Helicopter Flight Instructor
  • Helicopter Pilot
  • Mapping Pilot
  • Navigator - Air Transport
  • Pilot - Air Transport
  • Pilot Instructor
  • Pipeline Air Patrol Pilot
  • Power Line Air Patrol Pilot
  • Relief Pilot
  • Remote Sensing Pilot
  • Second Officer - Air Transport
  • Spray Pilot
  • Survey Pilot
  • Test Pilot
  • Topographic Survey Pilot
  • Water Bomber Pilot
  • Air Pilot
  • Captain - Air Transport
  • Check Pilot
  • Chief Flying Instructor
  • Chief Pilot
  • Co-pilot
  • Flight Engineer
  • Flying Instructor
  • Helicopter Pilot
  • Pilot Instructor
  • Relief Pilot
  • Second Officer - Air Transport
  • Test Pilot