Air Europa Express has launched a process for the hiring of new Boeing 737 co-pilots before the “rapid increase” in demand that the company has experienced in the last year and that will allow them to “solvently face” the arrival of new planes that will respond to this growth scenario.
Since this summer, the Boeing 737 is the only model that operates the airline after completing its fleet unification process, according to Europa Press.
Those interested may register in the selection process until next August 16. To apply for these positions, which are offered under permanent contracts, candidates must have a minimum qualification ATPL (A) Frozen Easa part FCL and MMC; valid class 1 medical certificate; certificate of linguistic competence, in English with level 4 (minimum) and in Spanish, with level 6; and work permit for the European Union.
Likewise, it is necessary to have a valid passport without restrictions and a certificate that proves the lack of criminal records. Finally, the B737 type rating will be valued, as well as having a university education. For the selection process, a personal, knowledge and psychotechnical evaluation will be carried out, together with an interview and a simulator test.