A CADET PILOTS DAILY DILEMMA
Why am I jobless?
A dead end question every unemployed young Pilot asks. But the most important questions you should ask are the following ones:
1. Do I have the minimum requirements to apply for a Pilot job ?
2. Do I have a professional network able to influence Airlines Human Resources Department ?
3. What are the aviation industry trends and does my Pilot’s career expectations suit with the today and the tomorrow airlines’ needs ?
4. Do I have aviation professionals’ circle ready to actively support my Pilot job-finding project ?
IXO AVIATION COULD CERTAINLY HELP YOU ANSWER “YES” TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS ABOVE.
New Pilot Jobs Finding Package on B737 at IXO Aviation
Be trained on Boeing 737NG including 5 years of recurrent checking and Job-finding support! A professional all inclusive Pilot-Job-Finding Package.
All eligible Cadet Pilots for this new package offered by IXO aviation will benefit:
Full Type Rating on the most popular Airliner jet – Boeing 737NG including Pilot job research support!
Why choosing to develop a Pilot Job Finding Package on B737 ?
In 2013, Airbus and Boeing hit a new record by delivering 1,274 aircraft (compared to 1,189 in 2012) with respective deliveries of 626 and 648 aircraft, 2013 was also an important milestone for the aeronautics industry as it broke a new record with 2,858 net orders. At the end of 2013, Airbus’ and Boeing’s combined backlog amounted to 10,360 aircraft i.e. eight years of production!
In other words, there should be more needs for Pilots rated on B737 aircraft, the Boeing family best of!
With the objective to actively support our Cadet Pilots, IXO Aviation is pleased to introduce its exclusive “Pilot-Job-Finding” professional package. The purpose of this package is to optimize opportunities to Cadet Pilots to find a job and to minimize the risk to lose the privileges of the B737 type rating during 5 years after completion of the initial B737 skill test!
Pilot Jobs Finding Package minimum requirements
CADET PILOTS APPLICANT SHALL :
1. Hold a valid EASA Frozen ATPL (Air Transport Pilots License), which can be obtained from worldwide EASA approved flying school.
Note: Numerous EASA approved flying schools offer either an integrated course or a modular course. Cadet Pilot who has conducted a modular course needs to have a minimum of 100 hours Pilot in Command (PIC) and a total time of around 200 hours.
2. Hold a valid multi-engine instrument rating ME-IR
3. Hold a MCC certificate multi-crew co-operation
4. Hold a valid EASA Commercial Pilot License and a theoretical / frozen ATPL
5. Hold a valid EASA -FCL 3 Class 1 Medical
MEANWHILE YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM 5 YEARS OF:
Pilot IR and B737 validity
CRM and ESET validity
IXO Aviation professional network and Pilot-Job-Finding team support
Technical refreshing knowledge in IXO E-Learning Platform
Become a paid Pilot and NOT a Pilot paying to fly !