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Director of Maintenance – Full Time

Air New England, a Part 135 operator based at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is looking for a Director of Maintenance to oversee the mechanical condition and regulatory compliance of its growing fleet of piston, turbine and jet equipment.

Duties and Responsibilities (but are not strictly limited to);

  • Regular reviews of aircraft logs and time/cycles to ensure compliance with inspection schedules, AD/SB.
    Routine aircraft logbook audits.
  • Regular and frequent communications with ANE Operations to ensure that the scheduling of routine aircraft maintenance events will not negatively impact fleet availability and result in unnecessary aircraft down-time.
  • Launching and recovering the aircraft for revenue and training flights and debriefing crew on aircraft condition and performance.
  • Regularly and frequently updating aircraft times and cycles in maintenance tracking software.
    The accomplishing of regular aircraft in-service and/or postflight checklists in order to prevent or correct mechanical discrepancies that can otherwise cause delays and AOG events.
  • Respond to AOG events and effect return to service procedures and effectively act in the capacity of
  • Maintenance Control and where practical, respond directly as a technician to effect return to service for AOG events.
  • Develop a contact list of maintenance providers in the region to respond to AOG events.
    Auditing of outside maintenance providers for scheduled and AOG events.
  • Oversee program/scheduled maintenance provided by third parties.
  • Ensure that aircraft are clean and presentable including routine cleaning and disinfecting of the
    aircraft interior.
  • The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:
  • Minimum of five years of experience as a certificated A&P Technician.
    A thorough understanding of FARs and the ability to work directly and in close collaboration with the FAA.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Prior experience with Part 135 operation.
  • Experience with CAMP/Cescom and ATP.
  • A combination of turbine and reciprocating engine experience.
  • A high degree of computer literacy.
  • The ability to lift and carry 50 lbs.
  • Basic hand tools.
  • Very strong interpersonal skills and a high degree of personability.
  • Excellent verbal and communication skills.
  • The ability to work directly with customers.
    * Competitive salary depending on experience

BENEFITS For FT Employees

  • 8 paid holidays
  • Anthem medical (includes vision)
  • HSA
  • 401k after 90 days of employment
  • $15,000 company paid life insurance
  • Company paid short-term disability coverage
  • 80 hours paid vacation, accrued weekly at 1.53 hours per week
  • 56 hours of sick time. One (1) hour of sick time to be accrued every thirty (30) hours worked.

Port City Air, and its subsidiaries, is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, genetic information or any other characteristics protected by local, state, or federal laws, rules, or regulations. For more information visit

If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to Darlene Skiotis, HR Generalist, at


Full-Time / Part-Time / Contract Pilot positions
King Air and Baron Experience is a plus!
Charter Pilot   (Captains)
  • 1500  Total Hours Minimum
  • 500 Hours Cross-Country
  • 100 Hours Night Cross-Country
  • 100 Hours Combined Hood, IMC   * Must be IFR current
  • 500 Hours Multi-Engine Minimum
  • 200 Turboprop Hours Minimum
  • BE9L C90 Time a plus
  • Second-Class Medical
  • Commercial Certificate with Instrument (ATP is Preferred)
  • Multi-Engine and Single-Engine Ratings
  • Must work well with a team
  • Must be Customer Service driven

We are a safety-first operation…  We want Pilots to be of the same mind-set!   Join our team and enjoy your flying career flying beautiful New England, northeast, and Canada and be home in your own bed at night.   Come have some fun with us!

Send Resumes to:

Air New England/Symphony Private Jets Operations Supervisor 


Air New England along with our sister company, Symphony Private Jets are emerging leaders in the air charter and brokerage industry. We are on a mission to redefine and elevate the very essence of the operator, broker and client relationship. Our point of differentiation is the unwavering desire to offer the best service possible and partner with our customers through every step of their journey. This commitment begins with the leadership team and is the cornerstone of our company culture.

We are seeking a highly qualified individual with a unique skill set to join our team.  The ideal candidate thrives in a team- based culture, have an unwavering commitment to delivering the highest level of service to our customer, communications skills second to none, a passion for implementing a fail-safe logistical plan and leadership skills that are constantly being self-evaluated and refined. This position reports directly to the President with fast-track probability to an elevated position for the right individual.

  • Oversee the day-to-day operations supervising a small group of charter specialists
  • Identity and resolve pinch-points that strengthens our operation and the customer experience
  • Liaise with company officers and departments and act as the first line of defense to minimize miscues
  • Share in the leadership responsibilities as we plan our marketing strategies, strengthen our relationship with governing bodies (FAA) and prepare ourself for growth
  • Have the fortitude to act in a safety sensitive capacity 
  • Other duties as assigned to conduct business.

Job Requirements:

  • Aviation experience is highly preferred but prior management experience will be considered
  • Customer driven, safety first mindset
  • Marketing and sales experience a strong plus 
  • Exemplary interpersonal skills with the ability to develop a rapport with customers through all communication venues
  • Ability to meet schedules and deadlines
  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
  • Must be willing to delegate or help with all job assignments no matter how menial (aircraft cleaning, shopping for snacks etc.)
  • Submit to an initial drug test along with random drug and alcohol testing in order to comply with safety and company guidelines

This is an on-site position with an attractive flex-time schedule for the right individual.

If interested please contact us!

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Air New England is a FAR Part 135 certified air carrier with full Operational Control of their respective charter flights and in full compliance with all FAA requirements and standards. 

Phone:  1-603-351-5151

Fax:  1-603-215-5114