About in IBEX Airlines (Japan) CRJ700:-
Ibex Airlines Co., Ltd. Aibekkusu Earainzu
Kabushiki-gaisha is an Airline headquartered in Koto, Tokyo, Japan.
It operates domestic services from Tokyo. Its main base is Sendai
Airport, Natori, Miyagi.
The Airline was established on 29 January 1999 and started operations
on 7 August 2000 between Sendai and Osaka (Kansai Airport) under the
name of FAirinc.
It reached a co-operation agreement with All Nippon Airways under
which it is provided assistance in Flight operations, Flight crew
provision, maintenance and engineering services etc.
In October 2004 the Sendai based Airline changed its name to Ibex
Airlines. The Airline began service to Tokyo-Narita Airport in June
Total Time: 3000 + hours
PIC Time: 500 + PIC hours on CRJ100/200/700 or DHC-8/ATR72/ERJ series
Flight Currency: Date of last Flight as PIC on type within 12 months
Age: Under 60 years at date of joining
Must be familiar with FMS operation
ICAO ATPL with valid CL65 (or CRJ equivalent) OR other accepted type rating
If you are JCAB licensed but do not meet the above minimum
requirements please also contact us to discuss.
Commuting and Non-Commuting options; excellent pay, allowances & bonus
Very competitive pay-
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
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We are looking for cabin crew with a combination of grace and a warm
smile to provide excellent and attentive service to our customers.
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
Ex Cabin Crew with a minimum of 3 years Flying experience with an
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:-
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.
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
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vision (with or without eyeglasses) and good hearing.
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