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LTC TRI TRE Captains - A320/A321 - Screening Now

Vietnam Airlines

LTC TRI TRE Capt - A320/A321

Vietnam Airlines

Pilot Job Details

Minimum Requirements

* 3,500 Total Flight Hours
* 1,500 Total PIC Hours on commercial aircraft and 500 Total PIC Hours on A320/A321

* Valid OPC on A320
* Last PIC flight on A320/A321 within the last 12 months at date of start of assignment

* Minimum height - 165 cm tall for men and 160 cm for women
* Under 63 years of age for men and 58 for women (due to Vietnamese labour law)

* ICAO ATPL and International Flight Experience
* Currently working as a LTC/TRI/TRE on type, ideally for 2 years. Must be able to provide an A320 TRI/TRE Certificate from your CAA (if not on licence)


5 & 6 February

27 & 28 February

6 & 7 March

13 & 14 March


Contract Term: 5 years from start, renewable

Location/Base: Hanoi, Vietnam

Ref #: JO1591


Annual fee increase of 2% from the completion of 3 - 10 years’ service. Commuting roster pattern of 6 weeks on, 2 weeks off, with other patterns available on request. FOC tickets for rotation travel on the Vietnam Airlines network. World class medical insurance provided at no cost to you. Superior, on-call pilot support on the ground in Vietnam.

How to Apply Online Application Form - see link below
Contact Vietnam Airlines
c/o Rishworth Aviation
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