Ryanair Pilot Information Day - Berlin Tegel Airport - 20th September

Berlin, Germany · Pilots · FROD

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RYANAIR INFORMATION DAY BERLIN, GERMANY

On Wednesday 20th September at the Hotel Mercure, Berlin Tegel Airport. Presentations will be held at 10:30am, 12pm, 2.30pm and 5pm. Please email pilotrecruitment@ryanair.com with your preferred time to meet,.

NOW HIRING DIRECT ENTRY B737 TYPE RATED CAPTAINS, FIRST OFFICERS & NON TYPE RATED CAPTAINS For Germany

With our fleet growing to 546 aircraft by 2024, we are now offering a number of Direct Entry Type Rated Captains and Type Rated First Officers with experience in operating Boeing 737 300-900 aircraft, as well as Non-Type Rated Captains with experience on multi-jet engine aircraft, the opportunity to join our pilot body and continue to provide our customers with the safest flight experience in the industry. With permanent direct employment and 5 year agency contracts on offer and unrivalled basing opportunities throughout our extensive European network, pilots will have the opportunity to be employed by Ryanair directly or by one of our service providers. One-day assessments are held at London-Stansted with flights provided on the Ryanair network.

REASONS TO BECOME A RYANAIR PILOT

The best roster in the business; stable 5 on 4 off pattern. No planned overnights and rosters published 4 weeks in advance. Great base opportunities available across the network, plus new bases planned for summer 2017. Outstanding Earnings Potential, Unrivalled career progression, new aircraft and bases create opportunities for promotion to LTC, TRE, Base Captain, etc. The fastest time to command in the business. Job security, become part of one of the most successful and financially secure airlines in the world.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL APPLICANTS

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR TYPE RATED CAPTAINS

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR TYPE RATED FIRST OFFICERS

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR NON TYPE RATED CAPTAINS

* CS-25 Certification Specifications applicable to turbine powered Large Airplanes. An airplane of more than 5700 kg (12500 pounds) maximum certificated take-off weight

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