Emirates to Conduct Pilot Recruitment Open Day in Singapore on 25-26 April

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 21 April 2011

Emirates, one of the fastest growing and most profitable airlines in the world, is holding an Information Sessions for experienced First Officers on 25 - 26 April 2011, at the Carlton Hotel Singapore (76 Bras Basah Road).

The information sessions will provide more information on Emirates, the selection programme, the benefits of living and working in Dubai and details of Emirates remuneration package. Spouses are welcome to attend.

To join Emirates, candidates must have a minimum of 4000 total and 2000 multi-engine jet hours; or a total of 2500 hours on a modern, commercial multi-engine, multi-crew jet aircraft (Emirates does not accept simulator time for flying hours calculation), ICAO ATPL and ICAO English level (4 or above).

Emirates will provide candidates with a round trip ticket to Dubai from an Emirates destination to attend its Selection Programme. To be invited to the Selection Programme in Dubai, the airline will consider candidates who are short up to 500 hours of the above requirements.

Emirates offers a comprehensive employment package (including accommodation, health cover, educational support for children, provident fund, travel concessions plus additional allowances and benefits), as well as the opportunity to reside in the UAE.

An Emirates Airbus A380 - First and Business Class

Emirates currently serves 111 cities around the globe with a young, technologically advanced fleet of 152 wide-bodied aircraft, including 7 freighters, that are equipped with industry-leading comforts. Additionally, Emirates has 200 wide-bodied aircraft on order, worth more than US$50 billion, and is the leading customer of the Airbus A380 with 15 in its fleet and 75 on order. It is due to this rapid expansion that Emirates is seeking 500 new pilots this year.

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