At the moment in Moldova there are 3 carriers.

mld56 Air Moldova
Air Moldova is the national airline of Moldova headquartered in Chișinău. It mainly operates scheduled and charter services to destinations within Europe from its base at Chișinău International Airport. Since its very start, the company’s efforts were targeted at integration to the international market and compliance with the modern standards and requirements to high-end airlines. Air Moldova joined the management team improvement program in 1999.
mdv56 Moldavian Airlines
Moldavian Airlines is an airline with its head office on the property of Chişinău International Airport in Chişinău in Moldova. It operates scheduled international services from Chişinău to destinations in Romania and Italy. Its main base is Chişinău International Airport. Moldavian Airlines carries out flights for Carpatair, a Romanian airline based at Timișoara Traian Vuia International Airport. The Moldavian Airlines air operator’s certificate permits the transport of passengers, goods and mail.
tdm56 Tandem Aero
Tandem Aero is a passenger charter airline based in Chişinău, Moldova. It was established in 1998 and transported 24,700 passengers in 2008. The airlines’ air operators certificate permits the transport of passengers, goods and mail. Tandem Aero operates a single international scheduled route to Tel Aviv operated with an Airbus A320 leased from Air Moldova.

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Airline pilot: Job description

Airline pilots fly passengers and/or cargo on long or short-haul flights for leisure, business or commercial purposes.

The aircraft is typically operated by two pilots; one will be the captain who is the pilot in command, while the other will be the supporting first officer.

The pilots will usually take turns to fly the plane to avoid fatigue, with one operating the controls while the other speaks to air traffic control and completes the paperwork.

In some instances, such as long-haul flights, there may be three or four pilots on board so that the necessary breaks from flying can be taken.

The captain has the overall responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft and the safety of crew and passengers.

The job of a pilot comes with heavy responsibility and personal commitment. Stringent training courses have to be passed followed, by recurrent training every six months in order to maintain the relevant licence required for the job.
Typical work activities

There is more to the role than just flying the plane, which has to be done safely and economically. Prior to the flight, pilots check flight plans, ensure that the aircraft’s controls are operating efficiently and calculate the required fuel for the flight.

They are also responsible for checking the weather conditions and briefing cabin crew.

Specific tasks can typically include:

making sure all information on the route, weather, passengers and aircraft is received;
using that information to create a flight plan, which details the altitude for the flight, route to be taken and amount of fuel required;
ensuring the fuel levels balance safety with economy and supervising the loading and fuelling of the aircraft;
making sure all safety systems are working properly;
briefing the cabin crew before the flight and maintaining regular contact throughout the flight;
carrying out pre-flight checks on the navigation and operating systems;
communicating with air traffic control before take-off and during flight and landing;
ensuring noise regulations are followed during take-off and landing;
understanding and interpreting data from instruments and controls;
making regular checks on the aircraft’s technical performance and position, on weather conditions and air traffic during flight;
communicating with passengers using the public address system;
reacting quickly and appropriately to environmental changes and emergencies;
updating the aircraft logbook and writing a report at the end of the flight noting any incidents or problems with the aircraft.