Saturday, 6 September 2014

Pilot Job Vanilla Air A320 First Officer


Vanilla Air A320  Introduces

Vanilla Air Inc. (???·?????? Banira Ea Kabushiki Kaisha?) is a
low-cost airline in Japan wholly owned by All Nippon Airways. Its head
office is within Terminal 2 of Narita International Airport in Narita,
Chiba Prefecture

In June 2013, AirAsia decided to exit its investment in AirAsia Japan,
making the company a wholly owned subsidiary of ANA. AirAsia Japan
announced in August that it would continue operation under its current
branding through 26 October 2013 and would then be rebranded as
Vanilla Air effective 1 November 2013; Vanilla Air would start
operations with two aircraft and expand to ten aircraft by fiscal year
2015, with both domestic and international routes. All of AirAsia
Japan's staff were to be inherited by Vanilla Air, and the airline
would focus on serving resort destinations, eventually expanding to
longer routes after an initial focus on short-haul routes.



AirAsia Japan aircraft were to be returned to AirAsia, with Vanilla
Air retaining only two aircraft at the outset. Although Vanilla Air
was to continue operating from AirAsia Japan's principal base at
Narita International Airport, the fleet reduction forced the
abandonment of the AirAsia Japan hub at Chubu Centrair International
Airport. However, Vanilla Air management stated that Chubu was the
strongest candidate for a second hub.

At the end of July, prior to the rebranding announcement, the Nikkei
reported that the restructured AirAsia Japan operation would focus on
the popular resort markets of Sapporo, Okinawa, Honolulu, Guam and
Saipan; a later report stated that 70% of its capacity would be
international, making better use of slot restrictions at Narita
Airport by operating outbound flights late at night and return flights
early in the morning. The expansion to 10 aircraft was intended to
make the airline more competitive with Jetstar Japan, a Narita-based
low-cost carrier partly owned by Japan Airlines.


Vanilla Air operated its first flights from Narita to Okinawa and
Taipei on 20 December 2013.

Vanilla Air A320:- 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


We know that finding the right people for your airline is of vital
importance. We work closely with you to identify professional,
reliable and committed candidates who will meet your requirements and
also enhance your business.
Aviation Recruitment – It’s what we do

Partnering with Fly Crew recruitment offers you the
opportunity to tap into our extensive database of experienced pilots,
engineers and aviation personnel to find exactly the right candidates
for your organisation.

Rishworth’s services include:

    Aviation Recruitment
    Crew Leasing
    Crew Training
    Aviation HR Consulting Services
    Market Intelligence

Combining our knowledge, vision, flexibility and responsiveness,
Rishworth Aviation is seen as a stand-out choice in a changing world
of aviation recruitment and leasing. Today, Rishworth stands at the
forefront of airline recruitment through its flight crew leasing and
provisioning expertise.

Our People.Our Asset.Cabin Crew Recruitment
We are looking for cabin crew with a combination of grace and a warm
smile to provide excellent and attentive service to our customers.

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
·Meal, productivity and transport allowance where applicable


Minimum requirements:-

 Ex Cabin Crew with a minimum of 3 years flying experience with an
International Airline
 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


Please send your resume with a recent full length photograph of yourself

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Pilot Job Requirements:-

Education:
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, pilots must have at least
a two-year degree to work for an airline, but most require a
bachelor's degree. Completed coursework in such areas as physics and
aeronautical engineering is desirable.

Licensing:
All United States pilots who are compensated for transferring
passengers or cargo must be certified by the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA). The FAA mandates that airline pilots must be at
least 23 years of age, have at least 1,500 hours of flying experience
and complete training at a FAA-certified flight school. In addition to
flight training, applicants also must pass written and flight
examinations and meet physical requirements, such as having 20/20
vision (with or without eyeglasses) and good hearing.

Experience:
Pilots can meet the FAA's experience requirement in several ways. Many
are trained to fly in the military, where they develop skills that are
transferable to operating commercial aircraft. Others learned to fly
at commercial aviation schools and gained experience by flying smaller
passenger planes or cargo aircraft for businesses.

Personal Characteristics:
Pilots must be able to remain calm under pressure and have the ability
to make decisions quickly. FAA training includes psychological
evaluation to ensure that pilots possess the necessary mental
stability. Pilots also must pay strict attention to detail to ensure
the airplane is ready for flight and spot signs of trouble during a
flight.



Radha Yadav   [MBA ]
HR Manager
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