Irish low-cost airline Ryanair aims to massively expand on domestic market and now is looking to hire experienced flying commanders for its operations in Romania for Boeing 737 aircrafts. Dublin-headquartered airline also seeks deputy commanders and flying commanders for other types of aircrafts.
“With our current fleet of more than 360 B737-800s, and orders for another 150 new B737-800s and up to 200 B737MAX aircraft, we are currently hiring B737 Type Rated Captains, B737 First Officers & Non Type Rated Captains for direct permanent employment with Ryanair at our base in Otopeni International Airport. Contract positions with our contract agency partners are also available. One-day assessments are held at London-Stansted with flights provided on the Ryanair network,” the announcement published on the McGinley Aviation website reads.
Those interested must have valid EU passport with the unrestricted right to live and work in the EU, flight license, English Language Proficiency and good health situation.
In this respect, McGinley Aviation, leading provider of global aviation recruitment solutions, will hold a Cadet Training Program on November 9 in Bucharest.
Ryanair carries over 119 million passengers per year in more than 1,800 daily flights from 84 bases. The company connects 200 destinations from 33 countries