Emirates Seeks First Officers for its A350, 787 and 777X Jets – AirlineGeeks.com

Emirates Seeks First Officers for its A350, 787 and 777X Jets

This week, Emirates Airline confirmed that it’s going to rent new first officers «who meet the airline’s requirements in security, technical prowess and buyer expertise», it mentioned in a press release.

The brand new pilots will likely be based mostly in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the airline’s predominant hub. Emirates confused that the brand new first officers will have the ability to aspire to function the fleet of recent wide-body plane that the corporate will incorporate within the coming years.

The Center East’s largest airline has agency orders for Airbus A350-900, Boeing 787-8, 787-9 (scheduled for supply from 2023) and 777X (scheduled for supply from 2025) plane.

Shortlisted candidates will full their coaching and qualification packages on the firm’s services. At present, Emirates has ten Full Movement Flight Simulators (FFS) to supply coaching on the 2 plane varieties that make up its fleet, the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777.

Candidates will need to have expertise as a primary officer on multi-engine plane, maintain a sound airline transport pilot license and have at the very least 2.000 hours of flight expertise on plane with a most take-off weight (MTOW) of greater than 20 tonnes or 3.000 hours on plane with an MTOW of between 10 to twenty tonnes.

As well as, they will need to have flown a minimal of 150 hours in the course of the twelve months previous to becoming a member of the corporate in plane with an MTOW of greater than 10 tonnes and should maintain an ICAO Stage 4 English language proficiency or larger. These wishing to use can discover extra data on the Emirates careers portal.

This month, the corporate will maintain three data session days in the UK on the recruitment course of and dealing situations.

This story was initially revealed by Agustin MIguens of Aviacionline in syndication with AirlineGeeks. 

  • Born in Argentina, with a regional focus and international attain, Aviacionline is the Spanish-speaking chief in Latin America.

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