NextJet are accepting applications from Low Hour First Officers for their BAe ATP and Saab 340 fleets.
Details from the NextJet recruitment website:
“NextJet is one of Sweden’s largest airlines and operates scheduled, charter and ACMI lease. We fly year round to Sweden’s most popular winter and summer destinations and our route network includes numerous domestic and international destinations, the majority connecting Stockholm with important regions. Our cooperation with SAS allows for further travel from Stockholm and Copenhagen to domestic and international destinations – in Europe and beyond.
We work hard to find ways for expansion and with flexibility, personality and entrepreneurship as our key words we are constantly improving our existing products while developing new ones. This means new products and flexible business concept for our customers. NextJet is characterized by a new generation’s way of developing a company. This has, in a short period of time, resulted in the acquisition of a considerable share of the market. We are proud of our present position but we are continually striving to improve and be at the forefront with service for our passengers.
We are constantly evaluating the market in order to find new business concepts that fit into our business model, ultimately making traveling more flexible and efficient for our passengers. Our objective is to provide a competitive service where we are keenly conscious about the wishes of our passengers and partners. We are proud of our present position but we are continually striving to improve and be at the forefront with service for our passengers.”
If you meet the qualifications below you are welcome to register your CV for future opportunities.
- Valid EU driving license
- Valid license with instrument rating for assigned duty
- Valid medical license
- English language skills
- Fluent in one Scandinavian language
- Be a holder of a Part-FCL ATPL
- At least 3000 hours total flight time whereof at least 500 hrs as PIC, 500 hrs IFR, 500 hrs multi engine and 100 hrs on the actual aircraft type.
- Be a holder of a Part-FCL ATPL or CPL/IR with a completed MCC course..
- At least 200 hours of flight time