B787 First Officers TUI UK

May 18, 2018

 

 

TUI group is currently looking for B787 First Officers to be based in Summer in UK & Winter in Nordic

Minimum requirements: 

  • EASA ATPL with IR; If license is issued by a non-UK state, be willing and able to transfer to a UK issued EASA license prior to joining TUI at your own cost

  • A current EASA Class 1 medical ; If medical records are not held by the UK CAA, be willing and able to transfer medical records to UK to permit the issue of a UK issued EASA license at your own cost

  • Type rated on B787 and / or 

  • Type rated on B777 - If only B777; Please confirm the license (state) in which the rating is held.

  • If your B777 rating is held on a non-EASA license, you must be willing to transfer this rating to a UK issued EASA license, at your expense, before joining.

  • Have a minimum of 300 hours on B787 or B777 and 

  • Have a minimum of 100 hours on the Aircraft type in the 12 months prior to application.

  • Entitled to live and work indefinitely in the UK

  • Hold a valid 10 year EU or UK passport that permits worldwide travel without restrictions – minimum 6 months validity

  • Level 4 English with the ability to upgrade to Level 6

  • Willing to reside within 1 hour of nominated base

  • Able to work on a flying program which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year

  • At least 1.58m tall 

  • Able to swim 25 meters


Should you be successful at the first stage of screening, you will be invited to a full day Assessment Centre where you will take part in a number of Group & Individual activities. We will look to invite successful candidates to attend one of these at the end of October/beginning of November. 

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