The national flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) has requested for application from competent Senior Co-Pilot for its Airbus A320 fleet on contractual basis.
The airlines published the notice on 28th February 2019 and the interested individuals have been requested to submit the application along with their CV within 15 days from the first day of publication of notice.
The candidates are requested to submit their application to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The airline has opened vacancy for 2 Senior Co-Pilots with minimum requirements of having flown for minimum of 1000 hours as Co-Pilot on A320 aircraft and should have flown the aircraft within last 6 months on the Type.
The candidate must also have valid A320 type rated course completed to satisfaction from designated TRTO and rating endorsed on CAAN ATPL license and have class 1 medical from same Civil Aviation Authority as of License issuance.
The interested candidate should also have passport valid for at least six months and have all the training and proficiency checks as required by Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal valid at the time of induction to Nepal Airlines including but not limiting to likes of Pilot Proficiency Check, Refresher training (ground and Simulator), CRM, DGR, Emergency Procedures, Computer Based Training (systems),RVSM, RNP(Preferred).
Other requirements like Pass Simulator/Line check with company check airmen and/or CAAN, ICAO/EASA/FAA English Level IV Certificate or higher are must.
The initial contract will be for a minimum period of one year and may be extended as per requirement and the appointment is subject to approval from concerned authorities of Nepal. Selected individuals will be contacted through email and the Corporation reserves the right to accept/reject any application.
Salary and benefits will be applicable as provided to respective level permanent pilots of NAC.
The flag carrier is operating international flights with 1 Boeing 757, 2 Airbus A320s and 2 Airbus A330s wide-body aircraft operate international flights. The airline is in process to sell the only left vintage Boeing in near future and expand its Airbus fleet to various long-haul as well as short-haul destinations.