Wizz Air Pilot Assessment Guide

Wizz Air Pilot Recruitment – All Experience Levels

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On Wednesday 8th July 2020, Wizz Air appears to be one of the first large European airlines to open Flight Crew recruitment applications f0llowing the Covid-19 outbreak. The application for these jobs appears to be available for viewing and application via their recruitment platform although the links have not yet seem to have been updated on their main pilot recruitment page.

FlightDeckFriend.com are pleased to report that this seems to be for all experience levels, including rated and non-rated Captains, First Officer and Cadet level. The Wizz Air share price has rebounded quite rapidly comapred to other European airlines, with it currently trading at only about 20% down on the pre-covid price.

The minimum requirements for non-rated pilots have been setout as follows:

Captain A320/321

(Non-Type Rated)

If you would like to join our Flight Crew team as a non-type rated Direct Entry Captain into the position of an Airbus A320/321 Captain, please see below the requirements for applying:

  • Unrestricted right to live and work in the EU or Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom
  • Valid EASA Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)
  • Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • Valid Instrument Rating (IR) on any type
  • ICAO level 4/5/6 English proficiency
  • Minimum 3.500 factorized hours*
  • Last commercial flight within the preceding 6 monthsAND1.000 hours as Commander on Airbus FBW aircraft operating in airline environment**

    OR

    1.500 hours on CS25 turbojet aircraft with a MTOM > 50.000 kg AND 1000 hours as Commander on aircraft with a MTOM > 50.000 kg operating in airline environment**

First Officer A320/321

 (Non-Type Rated)

If you would like to join our Flight Crew team as a non-type rated First Officer into the position of an Airbus A320/321 First Officer, please see below the requirements for applying:

 

  • Unrestricted right to live and work in the EU or Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom
  • Valid EASA Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) or Commercial Pilot License(CPL)
  • Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • Valid Instrument Rating (IR) for Multi-Engine aeroplane (ME) or other Type Rating
  • Minimum 300 IFR flight hours in the last 12 months*
  • Last flight within the preceding 6 months
  • ATPL theory completed** (certificate or license endorsement as remark)
  • MCC course completed*** (certificate or license endorsement as remark)
  • JOC course completed**** (certificate or license endorsement as remark)
  • ICAO level 4/5/6 English proficiency

Notes:

* Ultra-light aircraft, power gliders, simulator and helicopter hours are excluded

**ATPL theory certificate issued by any EASA CAA or entered into the license

***MCC is not required if multi-crew aircraft flown before or complex type rating (e.g. B737) completed

****JOC is not required if jet aircraft is flown before or jet type rating (e.g. B737) completed

During the application process, you will need to have your:

  • Resume/CV prepared in DOCX, PDF, Image or Text format
  • Cover/motivational letter prepared in DOCX, PDF, Image or Text format if you wish to upload (optional)
  • Passport scanned
  • Flight Crew License scanned
  • Class1 Medical License scanned
  • MCC Certificate scanned (if applicable)
  • JOC Certificate scanned (if applicable)
  • Pilot Logbook prepared, so you are able to enter your previous experience

The recommended browser to be used during the application process is Google Chrome.

First Officer A320/321

 (Non-Type Rated – with low or without operational experience)

If you would like to join our Flight Crew team as a non-type rated First Officer into the position of an Airbus A320/321 First Officer, please see below the requirements for applying:

 

  • Unrestricted right to live and work in the EU or Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom
  • Valid EASA Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
  • Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • Valid Instrument Rating (IR) for Multi-Engine aeroplane (ME)
  • Last flight within the preceding 6 months
  • ATPL theory completed* (certificate or license endorsement as remark)
  • MCC course completed** (certificate or license endorsement as remark)
  • UPRT training completed*** (certificate and 3 hours TTL logbook entry on certified aircraft)
  • ICAO level 4/5/6 English proficiencyANDTotal 145 hours actual flight time on fixed wing aircraft**** with integrated ATPL theory completed

    OR

    Total 200 hours actual flight time on fixed wing aircraft**** with CPL/IR training completed in modular system

Notes:

*ATPL theory certificate issued by any EASA CAA or entered into the license

**MCC is not required if multi-crew aircraft flown before or complex type rating (e.g. B737) completed

***Advanced UPRT is not required if any type rating on complex aircraft completed before

**** Ultra-light aircraft, power gliders, simulator and helicopter hours are excluded

During the application process, you will need to have your:

  • Resume/CV prepared in DOCX, PDF, Image or Text format
  • Cover/motivational letter prepared in DOCX, PDF, Image or Text format if you wish to upload (optional)
  • Passport scanned
  • Flight Crew License scanned
  • Class1 Medical License scanned
  • ATPL Certifcate scanned (if applicable)
  • MCC Certificate scanned (if applicable)
  • JOC Certificate scanned (if applicable)
  • UPRT Certificate scanned (if applicalbe)
  • Pilot Logbook prepared, so you are able to enter your previous experience