Air Serbia hiring pilots across fleet

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Air Serbia is hiring type rated captains and first officers for three aircraft types - the ATR72 turboprop, Airbus A320-familly jets and the Boeing 737. General requirements for the captain position include 500 hours as pilot in command on type, a valid EASA, ICAO or Serbian Civil Aviation Directorate validated license, class I medical and English language proficiency. The first officer post requires a commercial pilot license with airline transport pilot licence credit and a minimum of 300 hours as first officer on type. Further terms and conditions can be found here. The application deadline has been set for December 31.

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  1. Anonymous11:08

    Is this means that 737 stays in the fleet for longer time?

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  2. Anonymous11:25

    737s are ... NEUNISTIVI xD

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  3. Anonymous12:41

    Pobegli svi piloti...

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  4. Kako stoje stvari mozda mozemo ocekivati da ce se pored YU-ANI jos neki penzionisani B733 vratiti u saobracaj? Mozda YU-ANJ? Mozda jos neki ranije penzionisani koji nisu jos toliko ocerupani za rezervne delove?

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  5. Anonymous21:59

    Boeing 737-300 ima veoma moderne motore cfm56 koji u razlicitoj specifikaciji se ugradjuju i u Airbus319.

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  6. Anonymous22:41

    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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