easyJet Captain Recruitment

easyJet ‘Amy Johnson’ Flying Initiative Programme

From easyJet careers site:

In October 2015, we launched the Amy Johnson Flying Initiative with the aim of tackling an industry-wide stereotype and doubling the number of female new entrant pilots to 12% over two years. We have seen a fantastic response to this initiative which saw us recruit 33 female new entrant pilots and achieve the 12% target in year one. But why stop there? We have now set a more ambitious target that 20% of new entrant cadet pilots recruited by easyJet in 2020 are female.

We are really excited to relaunch our Amy Johnson Flying Initiative for our next recruitment season and hope to see a whole new generation of female pilots inspired to start a career in aviation with us. Last year thousands of talented females reached out to us about the opportunities with easyJet and we’ll be looking to support motivated individuals to come join us in generation easyJet. All pilots in easyJet receive the same fantastic training, so we know that it won’t take long for you to build a great career with us.

We will be using this initiative to keep you up to date on the latest easyJet news, the opportunities available and the different ways that you can apply to join us regardless of your background.

If you are interested in hearing more please register your details via these links. We look forward to hearing from you! 

FDF note – This is a programme for prospective female pilots only.

Requirements of the Role:

At easyJet, we are One Team. Join us as a Pilot and it will be up to you keep our customers safe and happy. As the face of our airline you will need to be passionate about aviation, friendly, positive and upfront; you’ll add to our famous Orange Spirit. You’ll also have real drive to be part of a highly professional and successful team.

Please note this is not a job application. If you are yet to start your Pilot journey and a future role at easyJet interests you, register your details online here.

We are excited for you to be part of the Amy Johnson Flying Initiative.

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