Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Garuda Indonesia ATR72 First Officer.



Garuda Indonesia Introduces:-

In line with the airline's efforts to develop and strengthen its
flight network, especially in the domestic sector, Garuda Indonesia
–the national airline of Indonesia- is pleased to announce its brand
new sub-brand "Explore" along with the introduction of the airline's
ATR72-600 aircraft into its fleet, on Monday, 25 November 2013.
In addition to the sub-brand "Explore", at the same time Garuda
Indonesia also introduced the sub-brand "Explore Jet" along with the
operational of its Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen fleet since last October
2012 to serve the airline's network in both eastern and western of
Indonesia.

President and CEO of Garuda Indonesia Emirsyah Satar said, the
implementation of both sub-brands is in line with the exellence
charachteristic of Garuda Indonesia's ATR72-600 and Bombardier
CRJ1000NextGen that have the ability to serve flights to new
destinations in eastern Indonesia, which has limited runway.

"The "Explore" ATR72-600 aircraft will support Garuda Indonesia's
Bombardier CRJ1000 NextGen aircraft operational in accordance to
improve the national connectivity program (MP3EI) by developing our
flight network to the fast growing economic regions and tourist
destination in the remote area in Indonesia," he said.

Moreover, the operation of these turboprop aircraft are also in line
with the company's efforts to enhance service to the customers by
offering a wider choice of destinations and travel options to
passengers as well as part of Gatuda Indonesia's move to join the
SkyTeam global alliance in March 2014 and in anticipation of 2015's
ASEAN Open Sky policy.

Garuda Indonesia will operate "Explore" flight through ATR72-600
aircraft, starting on 3 December 2013, with a single class cabin (All
Economy) configuration with a seat capacity for 70 passengers to serve
flights flying out of its hubs or spokes, such as from Denpasar on to
Labuan Bajo, Ende, and Bima, as well as from Makassar and Ambon to
destinantions in those regions.

In line with its fleet development program, Garuda Indonesia will
receive 35 ATR72-600, includes firm orders for 25 aircraft and options
for 10 additional aircraft, in stages up to 2017. The aircraft will be
used to serve short-haul point to point flights, and flights between
hubs and spokes. Garuda will use these new turboprop on routes that
are under the 400 Nm range in all regions of the country. The ATR
72-600 is very much capable of reaching small airports that have
runways measuring less than 1,600 meters, and are therefore too small
for jet planes.




Garuda Indonesia ATR72:- Benefits

    Very competitive pay- Including 3.5% annual increases
    Commuting and non-commuting contracts, with flights on the network
    Apartment accommodation provided in Seoul
    Excellent days off and annual leave provided
    Generous travel benefits for pilot and family
    Excellent proven Rishworth Insurances
    Contract term of 3 years, renewable

Requirements:-

    4000 total hours
    1000 PIC hours on type
    ICAO ATPL with ATR72 or ATR 42 type rating
    Under 58 years old at time of joining
    Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
    Have completed 3 take-offs and landings on type in the last 90 days
    Date of last SIM check on type within the last 6 months at time of joining


Benefits:-
Based in beautiful Bali with an opportunity to transition to
ATR72-600! Standard roster of 8 weeks on, 2 weeks off. ID90 tickets
available on Garuda plus SkyTeam alliance benefits. World class
medical insurance provided at no cost to you. Superior, pilot support
on the ground in Indonesia.
Good salary and benefits package will be offered including
accommodation, medical insurance options, duty transport and travel
benefits


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We are looking for cabin crew with a combination of grace and a warm
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Requirements:

Minimum height of 1.58m
Minimum of 3 GCE 'O' Level or 4 GCE 'N' Level credits, including English

We offer a host of generous service benefits including:

·Free and discounted travel
·Annual wage supplement of one month’s salary
·Profit sharing bonus
·Attractive medical and dental benefits
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 Ex Cabin Crew with a minimum of 3 years flying experience with an
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 Preferably should not have left the airlines more than 5 years ago
 Still have the passion for flying and have what it takes to be part of our team
 Foreigners need not apply


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Regards,

Radha Yadav   [MBA ]
HR Manager
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