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Type Rated Captains - B767/757

Ethiopian Airlines

Captains - B767/757

Ethiopian

Pilot Job Details
Requirements Age:  Not more than 60 years old


Qualifications:

*Must hold a current and valid JAA/FAA or ICAO ATPL/CPL
*A current B757/767 type rating

Minimum Flight Times:

*3500 hours jet time
*2500 hours Pilot in command on jet aircraft
*Command time in excess of 500 hours on B757/767

Note: Applicants must be current and qualified i.e. within three months of their last proficiency check.
Note: Applicants must have two years valid passport, current and valid medical, no history of accidents or incidents
Note: Applicants must have excellent standard of English language.
Notes Term: One year and subject to extension

Applicants are required to send their CV along with scanned copy of their substantial documents including but not limited to valid Medical Certificate, valid ATPL/CPL, log book copy that can show total flight hours, license authentication letter from the respective country’s Civil Aviation Authority to the email address recruitment@ethiopianairlines.com.
How to Apply Email, Online Application Form
Contact Elsa Hailu
Meseret Yesera
Embayenesh Araya

Ethiopian Airlines
Flight Operations Dept.
Addis Ababa International Airport
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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