EasyJet to recruit 200 pilots in 2014
26 March 2013
EasyJet, has announced they will recruit 200 new pilots in 2014 and aim to recruit from several sources.
The company hope to take on pilots who are starting their career, those currently flying for the military who wish to join the civilian aviation sector and others currently flying for other airlines.
easyJet's Head of Flight Operations, Captain Brian Tyrrell, announced: "I'm really pleased to be launching this recruitment drive for 200 new pilots. We are actively seeking pilots from the military services and we know from the ex-forces pilots who already fly with us that their skills and experience will be an asset to the airline.
"Pilots joining easyJet can look forward to a long term career with the airline, becoming Captains in less than 10 years - much more quickly than at other airlines. As a demonstration of this we plan to promote 100 Senior First Officers to Captain in 2014.”
The company is already aiming to create 330 new permanent positions for pilots in 2013.
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