Adria to hire fifty CRJ pilots and FOs


Adria Airways is seeking 25 pilots and first officers each for its Bombardier CRJ700 and CRJ900 fleet. Requirements include possession of a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Class 1 Medical Certificate, an EASA Air Transport Pilot License, knowledge of English, 500 hours as commander, a recommendation letter and the right to live and work in the EU. Benefits of working at Adria as a pilot or first officer include ten days off per month plus at least thirty days of vacation. During training, transport, salary and accommodation is paid for by Adria. Candidates are considered employed by the airline and receive their salary from the day they start their training. Selected candidates will be offered a permanent contract with a six month probation period. Further terms and conditions, as well as the application form, can be found here.

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  1. Great stuff! They should try hiring the FR pilots, who are currently having lots of issues.
    They must however, increase the salaries.

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    1. Salaries on the flight deck at JP are high.

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    2. Increase salaries by 50%, offer to fly a better aircraft (Airbus), offer the Ryanair 5/4 roster and perhaps somebody will go from FR to JP... Never going to happen.

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    3. @Anonymous27 August 2018 at 12:02:
      Are you sure? I know for a fact they are 40% lower than in FR.

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  2. They will soon burn through the money they 'found' in Darwin, so we are seeing the PR offensive aimed at potential buyers, where JP is presented as an airline on the rise worth buying.

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  3. Jp is also recruting cabin crew

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  4. Will be looking for many more. The way treating them and hiring with much lower foundation than JP did in the past in order to maintain relatively high standard on the flight deck. Times are comming, when pax, will choose airlines based on increased safety risks.

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    1. More or less the only (foreign) pilots joining JP are the ones who couldn't find a job somewhere else. Why else would you go fly a CRJ for half the money than you could get flying 737/A320 in FR/EZY?

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    2. FR says their pilots gain around 200k€ annually, is that not achievable by JP?
      How about the pilots in JU/Aviolet Group¿

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    3. 200kEUR in JP annually? Laughing ...

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    4. F/O get around 2.700 EUR net per month, Capt's around 5.000 EUR per month net.

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    5. @Anonymous27 August 2018 at 12:37:
      Haha, typical FR propaganda. Captains earn approx. 110k EUR gross, gross, gross (pilots have to pay the uniforms, parking, IDs, water, food, traveling expenses, ...).

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  5. Ko zeli aplicirati za ovaj veoma dobar posao neka ide na vazduhoplovni sitematski pregled u Bugarsku ili Hrvatsku
    Megunarodna zdravstvena inspekcija je prosla kroz sve kabinete za vazduholovnu medicinu u bivsim Jugo republikama i vjerovali ili ne ima preko 308 poplake, zalbe i sudske prijave samo u 2018 godine na Mobing medicinskog osoblja i lekara na leteci personal tjekom sistemaskog i zdravstvenog pregleda.Radi se o provjeri zdravstvenih ustanova (Adapted from Adapted from Joint Aviation Authorities 54355/WE )
    Ukratko piloti su totalno nezadovolni sa zdravstvenim ustanovama, medicinskog osoblja i personala i duzinom zdravstvenim licencama za rad u Ex-Yu ustanovama u Bosni,Srbiji,Makedoniji jedino u Hrvarskoj djelimicno lose. Potvrdilo je isti nalaz i inspektor Joint Aviation Authorities u skladu sa 54355/WE uslovima.

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  6. I read the other day here in the comments section in the forum that Adria is eventually studying long-haul routes, is that true? If yes, which destinations and what aircraft?

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    1. No someone wrote their personal opinion that they should do it not that they are doing it

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    2. Okay, thanks. After all, they increased their fleet significantly.

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  7. Why are they not hiring local pilots that trained in their own flight school? They rather hire pilots from other flight schools, especially Eastern Europe... Is it because they're Slovenians?

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  8. Putnici su veoma zadovoljni uslugom i komfornim putnickim sjedalima kad putuju sa avionom Adria aviokompanije,Fokker100 (registracija YR-FKB)

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  9. Maybe Adria should target Croatia pilots or Montenegro. But anyway if you want to be CRJ pilot then pick Cityjet instead.

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  10. Macedonian here living in U.S. have Crj type rating with over 2,000hrs in crj and ERJ 175/190 type as well.. I would love to work for Adria!

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