William Stansell

near Orlando, FL... will relocate

Primary: Corporate Pilot
Secondary: Contract Pilot
Total Time: 27,291
Multi Engine Land: 26,376

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About Me

Flying has always been my passion I started flight training at the age of 16. I bring over 38 years of professional aviation experience with over 27,000 hours of flight time.  I have piloted the following aircraft: B737-200,300,500,700, and 800. B727-100 and 200. DC9, MD80,87,and 88. HS125-700 and 800. LR25D. BE1900. BE200. BE58P. BE55. SD3-60. PA-31-350. CE-525S. CE-402,404, and 421. SR22T-G1000. A36.            

In April 1992, I was fortunate enough to begin a career with Southwest as a First Officer, and four years later I upgraded to Captain. I am reluctantly retiring May 2020. The choice to retire specifically from Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 121 aviation is not mine to make due to the age 65 rule. (14 CFR 121.383 (c.)) 

Throughout my tenure as a professional aviator I have operated with the highest level of safety incorporating Crew Resource Management (CRM) and Risk and Resource Management (RRM) Philosophy daily. I have demonstrated astute situational awareness, attention to detail, the ability to remain calm under pressure, loyalty, and dependability.                    

I have experience in many aspects of FAR 121,135, and 91 operations. Some of my responsibilities included: flight instructing, fueling, flight planning, loading, catering, and arranging for our clients' flight and destination needs allowing them a seamless transition upon arrival.                                                                                        

My diverse aviation background coupled with extensive flight experiences has offered me a perspective of how all team members within a company must come together and function as one in order to maintain continued success. I’m confident that bringing my team player “can do” attitude and aviation experience to your company will allow me as an employee to contribute to your company's continue success.        

I’m enthusiastic, dedicated, and motivated in the career field I have enjoyed for the past 38 years. I would welcome the opportunity to become a flight crew member for your organization. Thank you for your time and I look forward to speaking with you.                                                                                                                          

Best Regards,

William Stansell

Certifications

Airline Transport Pilot
Airplane Multi Engine Land
Airplane Single Engine Sea
Flight Instructor
Airplane
Airplane Single Engine
Airplane Multi Engine
Instrument Airplane

Type Ratings

B-737/A, BE-1900/A, SD-3/A, BE-300/350/A, CE-525S/A

Flight Time

27,291 hours
26,376 hours
20,380
6,754
2,150
21,971
15,629
6,342

Special Training

RVSM Certified

Aircraft Experience

Boeing B737/BBJ
Total: 21,000 hours
PIC: 19,000 hours
SIC: 2,000 hours
Last Recurrent: 09/2019
Beech 1900
Total: 652 hours
PIC: 652 hours
Beech King Air 90/A100/200
Daily Rate: 530 - 880
Total: 338 hours
PIC: 338 hours
Shorts 360
Daily Rate: 600 - 2,000
Total: 1,148 hours
PIC: 1,148 hours
Piper Navajo
Total: 1,844 hours
PIC: 1,844 hours

Employment History

Apr 1992 - Present
Southwest
Captain B-737 Part 121

Pilot in command Boeing 737-200, 300, 500, 700, 800, and 800MAX.  Heads Up Guidance System (HGS) CAT 3 qualified.  RVSM Qualified. Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) pic check September 25, 2019.  Line check January 12, 2020. Part 121 scheduled operations throughout the US, South America, and Caribbean.

Oct 1988 - Nov 1991
Midway
First Officer B-737 Part 121

 First Officer: B737-200. DC-9, MD-80, 88, and 87. B737 Simulator Instructor.  Part 121 scheduled operations throughout the U.S. and Caribbean.

Jan 1988 - Aug 1988
Gulf Air
First Officer B-727-100 and 200. FAR 121

 First Officer: B-727-100 and 200. Part 121 global charter operations.

Oct 1985 - Dec 1987
Business Express
Captain: SD3-60, BE1900. FAR 121

 Captain: SD3-60, BE1900. Part 121 scheduled operations throughout Northeast corridor of the US.

Various charter/management/corporate companies. FAR 135
Captain: BE-200, PA-31-350, CE-525S, BE-58P, BE-55, CE-402,404 and 421, SR22-G1000. A-36. First Officer: Lear25D. HS-125-700 and 800.