As a pilot you know the best way to keep sharp is to fly more. Transporting at risk animals from danger to safety is a great way to use your airplane. Our missions typically last a few hours and involve an IFR flight to and from an airport. Weight is rarely a factor in these flight. Volume is the enemy. Every animal must be in a USDA approved crate. Getting the crates in and out of your plane is always a challenge. Our pilots know a few tricks that we will be happy to teach you. Most air missions involve 4 to 10 animals depending on the crate size. To act as PIC of a mission you must hold a current IFR rating. You can choose to fly with or without a co-pilot but we generally prefer that you bring someone to make things easier for you. The co-pilot does not need to be a licensed pilot. Fill out the Pilot Application form and we will be in touch with you. Welcome to the best excuse to fly you have every had!