California Pacific Airlines, a new locally based carrier planning to offer daily flights out of McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, has begun accepting resumes for flight attendants and dispatchers, according to Tom Morrow, senior vice president of communications.

He said more information is available on the carrier’s website, The site notes that resumes are also being accepted for positions in areas including information technology and other technical support operations.

The carrier is in the final stages of its Federal Aviation Administration certification process, and is looking to begin service by year’s end or early January, Morrow said.

California Pacific officials have said the carrier plans to offer daily flights to Las Vegas, Oakland, San Jose, Sacramento and Phoenix. Service to Cabo San Lucas would be offered three times per week.

The airline plans to initially deploy three Embraer 170 twin-engine jets, which can accommodate up to 72 passengers.