As a flybmi First Officer, your goal will be to provide the very best flight experience possible for our customers. You’ll be joining flybmi at an exciting time, with expansion on the horizon in the near future and we want you to come and share in our continued success as we grow and develop. Your job will be challenging and you’ll be expected to perform to the highest standards in the aviation industry. Join one of the most progressive regional European airlines and be part of a dedicated team where every working day is different.
The best in the European Aviation
We don’t just recruit talented pilots, we’re looking for ambitious, proud professionals committed to exceeding expectations. You’ll be the face of flybmi and will be proud to lead a superb customer-centric operation where safety is the main priority. We’d expect you to be highly flexible and be able to demonstrate a positive approach.
Fly our fleet of Embraer jets
In addition, looking towards the future, we have aspirations to enhance and upgrade our current fleet.
What are the benefits?
As we continue to grow, adding new routes to our network, we have opportunities for First Officers with ERJ 135/145 type rating preferable, to join us at various flybmi bases. To qualify, you need an impressive training record, commitment, dedication and the ability to work within our dynamic environment. flybmi is looking for driven individuals who have a passion to provide industry-defining standards of customer service in a demanding yet exciting environment. You’ll be expected to work flexibly within a growing team to deliver our 24/7 operation and you’ll operate our flights throughout Europe (overseas night stops will be part of your roster).
In return, flybmi will offer you a competitive package including:
Loss of Licence insurance policy
What are the requirements?
Targeting First Officer's who can accelerate to command, therefore a minimum of 2,000 flight hours (including 500 multi-crew) is preferable. However this is not a requirement, therefore all other applications will be reviewed also.
What hours do flight crew work?
The length of your working day will vary, depending on how many sectors you are rostered to complete. The number of sectors may vary and is dependent on the length of the flight. Your working day may be affected by delays or changes to your flights. However, the company strictly complies with the limits imposed by EASA as a minimum in relation to flying hours as well as adhering to the working time regulations.
How do rosters work?
Flight crew are given a roster four weeks in advance. Duty days will vary between early starts and late finishes. The number of sectors worked may include standby duties either at home or at the airport. The crew must be contactable either by a landline or a mobile telephone and be able to report for your duty (i.e. the crew room) within 90 minutes of receiving the call from the crewing department. The time off work will inevitably vary and you should expect to work weekends, Christmas and bank holidays as the airline operates 365 days of the year. Published rosters may change due to operational requirements.
Where are the flybmi bases?
We currently have flight crew based at the following airports:
We are recruiting for this vacancy on a continuous basis. However, our Next Assessment Days will be held in February and March 2019.
To apply: please send your current CV to [email protected].