Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Air Serbia hiring Boeing pilots

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Air Serbia is seeking qualified type rated captains and first officers on B737-300 to -900 series aircraft for its dedicated Aviolet charter brand. General requirements include a valid EASA flight crew licensing, Serbian Civil Aviation Directorate (CAD) or validated license acceptable to Serbian CAD, class I medical and English language proficiency. Further terms and conditions can be found here. The application deadline has been set for February 13.

21 comments:

  1. another sign ASL is literally falling APART!!!

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    1. if they were "falling apart", they wouldn't be hiring or pilots would be engaged in a "white strike" like is happening elsewhere.

      Anyway, continue to wish along these lines if it makes it easier for you to get through your day..

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    2. I think he was joking ;)

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  2. giving only 2 weeks for recruiting is very unprofessional

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    1. no it's not. there aren't so many unemployed 737 pilots, so two weeks is just enough

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    2. No it's not.

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    3. If you want to see unprofessional recruitment, look at Adria. The ad was published on 18th January, deadline for application was 27th January.

      And of course, mandatory knowledge of Slovenian language.

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    4. zasto unprofessional kod Adrie?
      i Lufthansa trazi da znas nemacki jezik...aeroflot da znas ruski itd itd....
      samo arapske, kineske avikompanije traze pilote gde je dovoljno da pricaju engleski jer nemaju dovoljno domacih pilota.....

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    5. According to EU basic rights within the single market, a company cannot request that you have to be native speaker, unless it is required by the duty of your work.

      I don't know any single reason why a pilot should need to know the local language. Manuals, rules, procedures, callouts, briefings, everything is in English.

      Especially when you fly from PRN to FRA, what good does Slovenian language help you in that case?

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    6. They do NOT require you to be a native speaker but to have knowledge of the language. Significant difference.
      ...it may something to do with how good one will fit in the company*s culture as well as how stabile and lasting will be one's engagement in the company... but the way of protectionism as well...

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    8. Easy Jet's Switzerland, probably one of the most wanted employers among pilots in Europe, last add was open for exactly 3 days. There's nothing wrong with that. All they need to do is to full-up a pool...

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  3. Someone announced on here that JU will be getting some B737 NG. I guess they were right.

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    1. Why do you think so? Maybe they are moving some pilots from 737 to A320 and that's why they need new 737 pilots...

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    2. Hahhahah, Jatovanje is back :D

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    3. and maybe it is just a regular annual ramp up of temporary crews for summer season when aviolet is only working? hmmm?

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    4. Or they want to bring back to life old B733 fleet?

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    5. I'm thinking same that they are bringing back the 733 back to mainline. Probably because JU are cash strapped and the 733 are a cheaper option.

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    6. A company that has $1b in plane orders is cash strapped. Now I've heard everything.
      Even if they have some liquidity issues they can get balance sheet based crediting with no issues considering their size.

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  4. Mogli su da uzmu kompletno osoblje iz Aviogenex-a,kad su se vec potrudili da ih ugase.A ne da stalno raspisuju oglase,kad imaju spremno osoblje

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