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News

Friday Dec 14th 2018
Incident Cathay Pacific B773 at Toronto on Dec 6th 2018, rejected takeoff
Incident Braathens Regional RJ1H enroute on Dec 9th 2018, engine problem
Incident Southwest B737 near Seattle on Dec 9th 2018, heartfelt return
Incident Peace B733 near Enugu on Dec 14th 2018, loss of cabin pressure
Incident Argentinas B38M near Cordoba on Dec 14th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Norwegian B38M near Shiraz on Dec 14th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Accident Ural A321 at Ufa on Dec 14th 2018, tail strike on departure
Incident Flybe DH8D near Exeter on Nov 15th 2018, altitude disagree
Thursday Dec 13th 2018
Incident Lufthansa A319 enroute on Dec 2nd 2018, odour on board
Incident Aeromexico B738 at Tijuana on Dec 12th 2018, radome damage on final approach
Accident Canada B763 at Ottawa on Dec 2nd 2018, turbulence injures three cabin crew
Accident Canada B773 at Hong Kong on Dec 11th 2018, tail strike on landing
Incident Tailwind B734 near Sofia on Mar 11th 2018, "we have lost the cabin"
Report Iran Aseman F100 at Shiraz on Aug 7th 2018, runway incursion
Wednesday Dec 12th 2018
Incident Bulgaria E190 near Vienna on Dec 11th 2018, cracked windshield
Incident Mesa E175 at Toronto on Nov 14th 2018, runway incursion
Accident UTAir B735 at Surgut on Dec 10th 2018, turbulence injures two cabin crew
Incident Yakutia B738 at Neryungri on Dec 11th 2018, rejected takeoff after tailstrike
Incident Flybe E195 near Dublin on Oct 16th 2017, smell of smoke in cockpit due to atmospheric conditions, a number of flights affected
Accident Ryanair B738 near Fuerteventura on Feb 10th 2018, passenger injured by stopped descent
Tuesday Dec 11th 2018
Incident Brussels A332 over Algeria on Dec 11th 2018, engine restarted after failure
Accident Fly Jamaica B752 at Georgetown on Nov 9th 2018, hydraulic failure causes runway excursion on landing
Incident France B773 near Sao Paulo on Dec 10th 2018, problem with speed indicator, loss of autoflight
Incident Condor A321 at Bourgas on Jun 30th 2017, bird strike
Incident Indigo A20N at Kolkata on Dec 10th 2018, smoke on board
Monday Dec 10th 2018
Accident Peruvian B735 at La Paz on Nov 22nd 2018, both main gear struts collapse on landing
Incident UTAir Cargo AN74 near Kupol on Dec 1st 2018, multiple problems
Incident PSA CRJ9 near Des Moines on Dec 8th 2018, cabin pressure problems
Incident Southwest B737 near Albuquerque on Dec 9th 2018, lavatory smoke indication
Incident Westjet Encore DH8D at Edmonton on Nov 29th 2018, unsafe gear after manual gear extension
Incident Expressjet E145 at Houston on Dec 7th 2018, runway excursion on landing
Incident Precision AT72 at Mwanza on Dec 9th 2018, flock of birds
Sunday Dec 9th 2018
Incident Belavia B735 at Kiev on Dec 9th 2018, damaged runway lights and right engine cowl on landing
Incident SAS B737 at Oslo on Dec 9th 2018, rejected takeoff due to engine failure
Incident Avianca A320 at Cartagena on Nov 3rd 2018, runway incursion
Incident Tiger Australia A320 near Brisbane on Dec 9th 2018, hydraulic leak
Saturday Dec 8th 2018
Incident Braathens Regional RJ1H at Stockholm on Dec 7th 2018, engine shut down in flight
Incident Envoy E145 at Dallas on Dec 8th 2018, failure of anti-ice system
Incident Swift B734 near Tulsa on Dec 8th 2018, cargo smoke indication
Incident Algerie B738 at Bejaia on Dec 8h 2018, gear problem
Incident Qeshm RJ1H at Tehran on Oct 16th 2018, runway incursion
Incident Iran Airtours A320 near Ahwaz on Nov 25th 2018, loss of cabin pressure
Friday Dec 7th 2018
Incident United B788 near Ottawa on Dec 4th 2018, variable frequency starter generator failure
Accident Unnamed A320 at unknown location in Jul 2018, fumes cause carbon monoxide poisoning
Incident Southwest B737 at Sacramento on Dec 6th 2018, bird strike
Thursday Dec 6th 2018
Incident UPS B763 at Raleigh Durham on Dec 5th 2018, engine fire indicaton
Incident Southwest B737 at Burbank on Dec 6th 2018, overran runway on landing
Accident Cavok AN74 at Sao Tome on Jul 29th 2017, rejected takeoff due to flock of birds results in runway overrun
Report West Sweden ATP at Guernsey on Feb 14th 2018, frozen flight and engine controls
Report Norwegian UK B789 at London on Mar 28th 2018, began takeoff from incorrect point on runway
Accident Vietjet A21N at Banmethuot on Nov 29th 2018, both nose wheels separated on landing

Jobs

December 14, 2018

Airbus Rated and Non Type Rated First Officers Aer Lingus Ireland

Aer Lingus is Ireland’s only 4 Star Airline and are growing rapidly. They are offering YOU a fantastic opportunity to join them for an exciting and rewarding career, flying their modern Airbus A320/321 and A330 aircraft from their bases in Ireland to over 80 destinations Worldwide. In 2019, they will be adding the new Airbus A321NEO LR to their fleet, which will also provide you with an opportunity to fly across the Atlantic to their destinations in Canada and North America on the longest-range, single-aisle aircraft in the World.
If you want to become part of a diverse team who are passionate about their guests, brand and their service and ultimately want to get the opportunity to apply for pilot in command roles, why wait? Apply today and make the best decision in your career to-date.
They offer a very competitive package, which currently includes an incremental starting salary and excellent additional benefits.

Competitive Remuneration Package

Airbus type rated Pilots start on a package of approximately
€76,500*
*This includes average variable flight associated pay of approximately €18,000

Non Airbus type rated pilots have a reduced package for the first year of approximately
€61,500*
*This includes average variable flight associated pay of approximately €18,000

This does not include a company pension contribution of 21%


Initially you will be operating their A320 Family Aircraft on their European Network. Over time you may have the opportunity to fly long-haul onour New A321 NEO LR and A330 Aircraft.
Applicants must be able to meet the following criteria:

Minimum requirements: 
  • A valid EASA issued ATPL (or frozen ATPL) 
  • A current ME/IR
  • MCC qualification or exemption
  • EASA Class 1 Medical certificate
  • Provide 2 verifiable references
  • Valid English Language Proficiency level 5 or higher
  • Permanently eligible to live and work in the EU with an unrestricted worldwide passport.
  • Able to pass a strict airport security vetting procedure 
  • Possession and demonstration of the key competencies outlined below

Key Competencies include:
  • Highly motivated and keen to take responsibility and accountability
  • Strong leadership potential with well developed teamwork skills
  • Excellent communication skills - fluent in English, spoken and written
  • Proven Interpersonal skills that fit with the Aer Lingus values
  • A broad awareness of their guest’s expectations
  • Flexible and adaptable with an enthusiastic and positive attitude to change
  • An understanding of a pilot’s influence on commercial priorities
  • A Safety focus consistent with their ‘Just Culture’ model

Desirable criteria:
  • Applicants who hold a current Airbus type-rating (A320/A330/A340/A350/A380)
  • Multi-crew commercial experience or 500 hours

Recruitment Process:
  1. Apply on line with your Curriculum Vitae 
  2. On-Line psychometric assessments 
  3. Assessment centres commencing in Dublin 25th February 2019
  4. Final selection, reference checks and medical 
  5. Full and accurate reference information will besought as part of the selection process
Closing Date: 28th December 2018

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

As a sign of your professionalism, apply only when you comply with all the requirements and if you have or can obtain a work permit that allows you to be employed in this country. 

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A330 Non Type Rated First Officers Air Italy

Air Italy is currently looking for Airbus FBW Type Rated First Officers that would be able to join them in 2019 based in their Milan Malpensa hub.

Minimum requirements:
  • Be type-rated on Airbus FBW with a minimum of 1000 hours on type. 
  • Valid EASA ATPL or Frozen ATPL (ATPL Theory passes/credits) 
  • Valid Instrument Rating (IR) 
  • Valid Class One Medical 
  • English language proficiency level 4 or above 
  • Minimum of 1000 hours in Multi Crew, Multi Engine jet commercial airline experience.

To apply please send the following information:
  1. Resume / CV 
  2. Copy of Passport 
  3. Copy of valid EASA ATPL or Frozen ATPL License/Theory exam passes (if applicable) 
  4. Copy of Valid Instrument Rating 
  5. Copy of valid Class One Medical Document 
  6. Copy of last two pages of the Logbook 

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

As a sign of your professionalism, apply only when you comply with all the requirements and if you have or can obtain a work permit that allows you to be employed in this country.

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Embraer 175 Captains LOT Polish Airlines Poland and Hungary

LOT Polish Airlines is currently looking for Embraer 175 Captains to be based in Warsaw.

Minimum requirements:
  • Minimum 3000 hours total flight time experience on planes 
  • Minimum 750 hours as multicrew PIC, including 500 hours on this type
  • Valid EMBRAER 170/190/195 TR (last flight within the last 6 months on the type)
  • Valid EASA PART FCL license or ICAO: CPL(A), ATPL(A),
  • English Language Proficiency ICAO Level 5
  • Valid EU (Part – MED) issued Class 1 medical certificate
  • Unrestricted right to live and work in European Union.

They are looking mostly for pilots, willing to bond on long term with LOT and benefit from an extensive career varieties on different types of planes. For pilots, who would like to stay with them even longer, they offer an unique increasing compensation scheme, as the time and experience grow.

They offer a stable, monthly published roster, which is published in 2 weeks advance. What is more, according solely to your preference, you will start duties from one of their only two bases: Warsaw of Budapest.

The selection process usually takes a few days and is finished with a feedback, including decision taken by the recruitment team and the date of expected start of training. 

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

As a sign of your professionalism, apply only when you comply with all the requirements and if you have or can obtain a work permit that allows you to be employed in this country.

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B717 Non Type Rated Captains Volotea Europe

Volotea is currently looking for experienced rated and non-rated Captains for their B717 fleet. Volotea is offering a direct local contract with the company with European bases
(Spain, France and Italy).

Minimum requirements: 
  • Valid EASA FCL ATPL and unrestricted Class 1 medical
  • Minimum 5000 hours Total Flight Time
  • Minimum 1000 hours as Pilot in Command in Multi-Engine Airline Operations Or minimum 500 hours on Jet aircraft MTOW 20.000 kg
  • Preference to Glass Cockpit Experienced Pilots
  • English language fluency - minimum ICAO level 4
  • EU passport
  • Maximum 62 years old for non-rated Captains
  • High-Weight-Turboprop Experienced Captains willing to transition to a Glass
  • Cockpit Modern Commercial Jet are welcome to apply.
  • No history of accident/incident
  • A high standard of teamwork, communication and interpersonal skills
  • Critical thinking skills to recognize and solve problems
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail

If you are interested in this job APPLY HERE

As a sign of your professionalism, apply only when you comply with all the requirements and if you have or can obtain a work permit that allows you to be employed in this country. 

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