Showing posts from April 7, 2018

Emirates coming to Dublin in search of flight crew for its global expansion plans

                                                Image courtesy of Emirates  Emirates has landed in Ireland in search of the country’s finest male and female pilots to work for the Dubai-based airline. The world’s fastest-growing airline is bringing its flight crew recruitment roadshow to Dublin next week. The carrier is offering flight crew the opportunity to live in the cosmopolitan city of Dubai while flying Emirates’ growing network of international routes. Emirates is recruiting pilots for both passenger and freighter aircraft fleets. The airlines operates a fleet of over 269 aircraft and 262 on order, Emirates is the largest global operator of B777s and A380 aircraft. The package of personal benefits include a generous tax free salary, monthly housing allowance, 42 days annual leave and chauffeur-driven transport to and from work. Mandy Kelly, aviation HR Specialist with Emirates said "We have both male and female pilots, including those from Ireland currently fly

Boeing Delivers 500th Next-Generation 737 to Ryanair

                                                  Image courtesy of Boeing  Since taking delivery of its first Boeing 737-800 EI-CSA on March 19, 1999, Ryanair has become Boeing's largest European customer for the Next-Generation 737. On 27 March 2018 the carrier achieved a significant milestone with the delivery of it's 500th 737-800 registered EI-GJK. Unlike previous delivery milestones the 500th 737-800 was a low key event with no press release issued by either Boeing or Ryanair. In a tweet Doug Alder Communications Manager Boeing 737 Program said "A huge congrats to our great airline customer & partner @Ryanair for taking delivery of their 500th 737! Amazing accomplishment. You help fuel our Renton production line each and every day!". The Dublin based carrier is the largest 737-800 global customer and the largest Boeing operator in Europe and is on average taking delivery of 25 aircraft of the type per year since 1999. At the Paris Air Show July 2