With 180 New Boeing B737NG and 100 B737 MAX-200 aircraft on order, Ryanair is entering an exciting growth phase and are now seeking experienced non type-rated Captains. One-day assessments are being held at London Stansted with flights provided to and from assessment on the Ryanair network. 3 year annual reducing bond for Non Type rated Captains.
McGinley Aviation, part of the McGinley Group, is pleased to offer 5 year fixed term contracts to successful 'Type Rated Captains' with minimum guaranteed hours at many of the 84 bases across Ryanair's extensive network.
Direct permanent employment positions are also available with Ryanair at many of the 84 bases across Europe.
Why YOU should work for Ryanair
- The best roster in the business; stable 5 on 4 off pattern. No planned overnights and rosters published 4 weeks in advance
- Great base opportunities available across the network, plus new bases planned for summer 2016
- Outstanding Earnings Potential, typical starting gross annual €150,000 for NTR Captains
- Unrivalled career progression, new aircraft and bases create opportunities for promotion to LTC, TRE, Base Captain, etc. The fastest time to command in the business
- Job security, become part of one of the most successful and financially secure airlines in the world.
- Date of Birth - (Not over 65)
- Valid EU / EEA Passport with the unrestricted right to live and work in the EU
- Licence Type - EASA Part FCL or JAR FCL
- For JAA & EASA licence holders the application must be made within 36 months of the most recent relevant Type Rating "Valid Until" date specified in Section XII "Certificate of Revalidation".
- Valid EU Class 1 medical issued in accordance with Part MED.
- English Language Proficiency - Operational Level 4 (Ref: ICAO Doc 9835)
- 3,500 hours total flying time
- 2,000 hours on a multi-crew, multi-engine jet aircraft weighing in excess of 30,000kg MTOW with an established airline
- 800 hours Pilot in Command (PIC) on a multi-crew, multi-engine jet aircraft weighing in excess of 30,000kg
N.B. PIC hours on Turboprop aircraft will not be considered