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Small Planet Airlines

Small Planet

Europe

Europe

Current Pilot Jobs /// Small Planet Airlines
Full Time Rated First Officers, A320 - Katowice
General Info /// Small Planet Airlines
Callsign 'Small Planet'
CEO or MD Mr. Vytautas Kaikaris, President & CEO
Address Small Planet Airlines
J. BasanaviÄŸiaus str. 15
03108 - Vilnius
LITHUANIA
Telephone +370 5 252 5660

+370 6 385 4207 -- Roberta HR
Website
Small Planet Airlines website
Fleet Types 4 Airbus A321-200 Airliners,
18 Airbus A320-200 Airliners.
Pilot Bases / Domiciles EYVI - Vilnius International Airport / Vilnius LITHUANIA

EPWA - Warsaw Chopin Airport / Warsaw POLAND
EPKT - Katowice International Airport / Katowice POLAND
EPGD - Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport / Gdansk POLAND

LFPG - Charles de Gaulle International / Paris FRANCE
EHAM - Amsterdam Schiphol International / Amsterdam NETH

EGKK - London Gatwick Airport / Crawley UK

EDLP - Paderborn Lippstadt Airport / Paderborn GERMANY

LCLK - Larnaca International Airport / Larnaca CYPRUS



Notes

Expanding airline provides Holiday Charter Flights and Wet-Leasing of Aircraft throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Northern Africa.

Last Update 2017/08/02: Info Updated.
Current Pilot Jobs /// Small Planet Airlines
Full Time Rated First Officers, A320 - Katowice
Pilot Recruitment Info /// Small Planet Airlines
Employer Notes

NOTE: When recruiting FO's, airline only hires First Officers with minimum 500 hours on type.

Restrictions

* Must hold valid EU Passport / Citizenship.
* Must have legal right to live and work in Europe.
* Must hold JAA/EASA Pilot Licence and Medical.

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Small Planet Airlines
J. BasanaviÄŸiaus str. 15
03108 - Vilnius
LITHUANIA
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Recruitment
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Ms. Roberta Naujalyte,
Crew Resource Junior Specialist
Recruitment Email
Currently Hiring? Yes!!!
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