Mathieu Romero

Mathieu Romero

Pilot, Air Canada
 

En poste chez Air Canada

Précédents : Jazz Aviation, Max Aviation, CPAQ AERO | Montreal, Canada, CAE | Montreal, Canada, Cargair Flight Academy | St-Hubert, Canada, CS Communication & Systèmes | Toulouse, France

 

Précédents : Université Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier

Parcours

Airline Pilot

Chez Jazz Aviation

De janvier 2013 à février 2014
First Officer on Dash 8 100-300
 

Corporate Pilot

Chez Max Aviation

De 2011 à janvier 2013
- Captain and training Captain on Beechcraft King Air 100 (BE10). - Extensive experience of IFR and Northern operations. - Corporate and governmental clientele.
 

Chief-Pilot

Chez CPAQ AERO | Montreal, Canada

De 2010 à décembre 2010
- Supervision of flight crews - Developing standard operating procedures (SOP) and implementing all required approved training programs for the flight crews. - Issuing directives and notices to the flight crews as required. - Distribution of accident, incident or other occurrence reports. - ...
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Test Engineer Boeing 737NG FFS

Chez CAE | Montreal, Canada

De 2009 à 2010
- Performing engineering testing on Boeing 737NG level D Full Flight Simulator (from single system testing to real gate to gate flights). - Use aircraft technical documentation to provide engineering support to software developpers, test pilots and customers. - Ensure the simulator is matching the ...
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Flight Instructor

Chez Cargair Flight Academy | St-Hubert, Canada

De 2007 à 2009
- Ground school and flight instruction for : private, professional, Multi-engine and IFR pilots. - Creating and supervising written exams. - Work in collaboration with Major Chinese Airlines (Air China, Hainan Airlines and Shandong Airlines) to provide adequate training for pilots.
 

Space Mechanic Engineer

Chez CS Communication & Systèmes | Toulouse, France

De 2001 à 2004
- In charge of the development of a software (ETOP) for the CNES calculating the optimal (time or energy constraint) laws of command for a probe during orbital or interplanetary low-thrust transfer. [CNES won the 3rd Global Trajectory Optimisation Competition (GTOC3) in 2007.] - In charge of ...
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