William Odell

Hilton Head, SC (US)
  • Miles from a commercial airport: 10
  • Corporate Experience?: Yes
  • ATP: Yes
  • Type Ratings: CE550, G280, G300, G400, GIV, GIVSP
  • Current Medical Class: 1st Class
  • Total Hours: 5,000
  • Jet Hours: 2,400
  • Multi-Engine Hours: 3,800
  • Turboprop Hours: 125
  • Skills: 1st Class, 91/135, ATP, contract pilot, Dual Rated, G280, GIV, Part 91, Retired Military
  • Willing to relocate?: Unable to Relocate
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Aircraft

  • GULFSTREAM GIVSP

    current
    Time in Type:
    1430 hours
    Training Date:
    October 29, 2018
    Type of Training:
    Part 135
    Training Facility:
    FSI - SAV
    Price Per Day:
    $1300
  • GULFSTREAM GIV

    current
    Time in Type:
    1430 hours
    Training Date:
    October 29, 2018
    Type of Training:
    Part 135
    Training Facility:
    FSI - SAV
    Price Per Day:
    $1300
  • GULFSTREAM G400

    current
    Time in Type:
    1430 hours
    Training Date:
    October 29, 2018
    Type of Training:
    Part 135
    Training Facility:
    FSI - SAV
    Price Per Day:
    $1300
  • GULFSTREAM G300

    current
    Time in Type:
    1430 hours
    Training Date:
    October 29, 2018
    Type of Training:
    Part 135
    Training Facility:
    FSI - SAV
    Price Per Day:
    $1300
  • GULFSTREAM G280

    current
    Time in Type:
    0 hours
    Training Date:
    March 11, 2020
    Type of Training:
    Part 135
    Training Facility:
    FSI-SAV
    Price Per Day:
    $1500
  • CITATION CE550

    Time in Type:
    1200 hours
    Training Date:
    September 30, 2009
    Type of Training:
    Part 91
    Training Facility:
    FSI-ATL
    Price Per Day:
    $750

Career Highlights

Masters Degree in Aerospace Engineering

Flight Safety Instructor in the GIV

Weather Research Pilot experience with NOAA

Objective

Contract Pilot Opportunities

Additional Details: Experience as a research pilot for NOAA. Hurricane Surveillance, weather research, remote sensing, air chemistry studies, marine mammal spotting, etc. Retired from NOAA in January 2018 and am working part time as a GIV instructor with FlightSafety International