French bee is recruiting pilots to fly on Airbus A350

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french beethere “smart cost“French long haul wants to strengthen its PNT teams (Technical Flight Personnel), pilots to operate their Airbus A350.

On this occasion, the French airline is organizing a Pilot Road Show : 4 recruitment and exchange sessions in France and Europe to discover professional opportunities and immerse yourself in the company’s corporate culture.

The Pilot Road Show is a form of job dating which allows us to meet candidates aspiring to become A350 pilots in different cities in Europe. These four events present a real opportunity to introduce ourselves to European pilots who would like to join French bee and to interact with them. It’s a meeting we’re looking forward to!” declares Dalila Hammou, human resources director at French bee, a subsidiary of the Dubreuil group which also owns Air Caraibes.

Airline pilots who wish to apply must meet the following criteria:
-Minimum 1000 flight hours on CS-25 aircraft
-EU passport or EU work permit
-Valid class 1 medical certificate
-ICAO English level 4 or higher.

THE Pilot Road Show Currently planning 4 meetings:
-Madrid, September 11, 2023, from 10 a.m. at the Melia Barajas Hotel
-Berlin, October 3, 2023, from 10 a.m. at the Steingenberger Airport Berlin Hotel
-Lyon, October 6, 2023, from 10 a.m., NH Lyon hotel
-Barcelona, ​​October 20, 2023, from 10 a.m., Hyatt Regency Barcelona Tower hotel

As a reminder, French bee offers from Paris-Orly up to 10 flights per week to Reunion and 3 flights per week to Tahiti via San Francisco. It also serves the United States, with one daily flight to New York and Los Angeles, and up to 4 flights per week to Miami and 6 flights per week to San Francisco.

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