Flying CAV flights can be a lot of fun. Our membership includes a login to the CAV website that allows us to
put ourselves on the flight schedule. (Each flight has a published departure and arrival time, but can be
flown anytime). Once a flight is scheduled and dispatched, it’s ready to be logged. The crews us ACARS to
track their flights. A link to the software is available on the CAV website. ACARS tracks all sorts of
things about your flight that you can review afterward.
Our Monday evening group flights are a great opportunity to talk to other crew members and take on interesting flights together. Before each flight, you will receive details about the flight. The group will get on Discord together, generally 30 minutes before the scheduled flight time, and brief the flight (if not just chat about how each of us plans to fly the route). It’s a great time to learn from each other, and ask questions. We also have monthly flights on the weekends.
Of course, you’re not required to participate in the group flights. Crews are more than welcome to pick a flight, dispatch themselves, connect to the network and take to the skies.
New pilots are encouraged to ask questions. We also like to mentor new pilots to make sure they’re comfortable flying in the ZBW airspace and beyond. And we’re available to mentor crews through BVA’s WINGS over New England programs – a set of 30 curated flights that cover many aviation subjects, starting with VFR pattern work, all the way to commercial carrier navigation.
If the application processes properly, you will receive an introduction email welcoming you to the Company.
Please read the CAV Pilot Handbook in its entirety. All members are expected to abide by the policies outlined in the document.View Pilot Handbook
Complete the online application to continue your application process. Please complete the form with the requested information to avoid delays in the application process. If you have any questions, please reach out to a member of the Management Team.Fill out Online Application