Ryanair announced Monday that the company will be hiring pilots. Ryanair’s recovery phase now provides space for new pilots.
Ryanair has announced a recruitment drive for 2,000 new pilots. The airline hopes to complete its plan within three years. Ryanair has now taken delivery of its first Boeing 737-8200 and many more will follow. These new devices help reduce costs, reduce fuel consumption and reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
This also creates opportunities for experienced and aspiring pilots for aviation pilot jobs. Ryanair has partnered with Airline Flight Academy in Dublin to offer training courses on Boeing 737 as part of a recruitment drive. The first courses will take place until 2021, in order to be ready for summer 2022.
Daryl Hughes, Ryanair’s Director of People says: “This is great news for experienced pilots and aspiring pilots, as well as for pilots who will be able to upgrade soon. Throughout the pandemic, Ryanair has worked closely with our employees to save jobs. We are excited to begin planning for a return to growth in the coming years as we recover from the Covid-19 crisis and grow to 200 million guests in fiscal year 2020.”
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