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Old 3rd Jan 2014, 19:15
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Rotary Jobs 2014

For those who envy Vertical Freedom

Fishtail Air Helicopter, is seeking an experienced AS350 (A Star) & Bell 206 Jet Ranger Helicopter Pilot to join our team in mountainous country, Nepal. We are dedicated to offering our employees a safe, challenging, professional and team-oriented working environment.

The ideal candidates will need to be team players while seeking excellence in every aspect of their performance. Join a hardworking team who strive to safely and professionally meet the travel needs of our clients while adhering to Fishtail's unique culture of service, safety, and integrity.

REQUIREMENTS:
 Minimum 4000 HRS
 Type rating on AS 350 (A star) and Bell 206 Jet Ranger
 Sling Load operation experience of 200 Hrs would be an added advantage.
 Flying experience in mountains is preferred.
 Experience on Mountain Rescue Flying, Heli-Skiing, Sling-Load Operations, Film/Photo work.


Selected candidates will be invited to participate in a telephone interview and may be selected for an in-person interview. If you would like to fly with a great company and a great team, we invite you to submit your resume in our email.

Corporate Address:
P.O. Box: 5465, Gairi Gaon,
Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal
Opposite to Air Cargo Division
Email: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
URL: Helicopter Charter in Nepal | Helicopter in Nepal | Helicopter Rescue in Nepal | Heli Tour in Nepal | Fishtail Air Pvt. Ltd.
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Old 5th Jan 2014, 17:17
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offshore employment?

Hi folks,

I'm looking for some advice from people knowing the offshore pilot business on the North Sea.

I currently have EASA ATPL(H)+IR theory and just finished CPL(H). I have about 300 hrs on helicopter.

Now I'm wondering if taking the step to invest into IR(H)+ ME(IR) type rated on EC135 will make me employable for a co-pilot job offshore in the North Sea. (from UK, Belgium or Holland). I'm 35 years old.
How's the job-market doing nowadays?

Anyone advice on this?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 5th Jan 2014, 18:27
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There's a shortage of pilots. Do it....!!!!
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Old 6th Jan 2014, 10:42
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What shortage?
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Old 6th Jan 2014, 11:57
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There seems to be one constant, people do no agree on which direction the market is moving :-)

Manufacturers are talking about expansions in the offshore industry, producing new helicopter models, etc.. and pilots are looking rather negative towards the chances for employment as a new pilot in this sector..?
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Old 6th Jan 2014, 12:01
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what shortage?! THE Shortage, that one that we have always heard for years, the one that will bring jobs and careers to all the helicopter pilots, the one that was predicted by Nostradamus...
In resume, the one that will always happen but in fact it never did.

Lets take it serious, there is a small shortage. Go and ask the companies like Bristow, CHC, ADA, Guld, Dan, NHV, and others... there is a shortage of pilots, to be more precise, there is a shortage of Captains and First Officers experienced and qualified in AW139, AW189, S76, S92, AS332L#, EC155, EC175, EC225, AS365N#, Bell412/212. Do i miss any?

This is the shortage... so unless you belong to this group of pilots with this CV, there is no shortage.

Sorry, thats my opinion.
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Old 6th Jan 2014, 15:13
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I completely agree with you 400.
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Old 7th Jan 2014, 20:26
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Type ratings are still being provided to those who meet requirements and acceptable to the employer. Hence there's a wait for places on type rating courses.
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Old 7th Jan 2014, 21:00
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My CV must just suck then
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Old 7th Jan 2014, 21:56
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Na, just yer accent Mikey.....

Hawaaaaaaaaa......!!!!!!
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 19:57
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Well the North Sea did suck up a lot of Police and corporate pilots last summer, so I think you can call that a shortage...
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 20:30
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Re rotary jobs - if there are any experienced instructors out there who want a job on the beautiful Atherton Tablelands, North QLD, I know of a bloke who would be happy to share some of those extremely valuable Robbie hours!

Seriously though, PM me if interested.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 20:59
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Working with Fishtail!

I'm not a pro pilot, but you guys must be dead jealous and gaging for the opportunity of a flying career in Nepal! VF is obviously a great pilot and camera man.

Whoever gets the job has big boots to follow!

I'm sure VF will be at your side!
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Old 14th Jan 2014, 17:38
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Any vacancy for 412 offshore driver?

EASA ATPL/H, IR, FI, TRI, IRI, 5,5Kh, 2Kh offshore captain, looking for rotation job on my type - or to transfer to AW139;
If anybody knows anything I Will appreciate...
RGDS, Mike
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Old 22nd Jan 2014, 20:07
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helicopter pilot opportunity

Hello, I would like to apply for a job in any company of helicopters in this area and all of themaasking me about the salary that I want, im experienced helicopter pilot and I would like to know the salary media for off shore operations. The company's are in Qatar an Abhudabi thanks

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Old 23rd Jan 2014, 06:56
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I believe an ICAO English Proficiency Level 4 or above is also required..... just saying.
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Old 24th Jan 2014, 20:48
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looking for a job

Im ICAO ATPH, IR, IV, EC135-AS350, A 109, LAMA, UH 1, ICAO level IV and 2500 hs. I would like to know if my experience it's enough for applying in a off shore job in the middle East
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Old 25th Jan 2014, 05:34
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Mmmm ...

Pablo .... try phoning Abu Dhabi Aviation (phone number on their website) and ask to talk to the Chief Pilot Arturo Cruz ...

He is a spanish speaker and will be able to tell you if he can use you .. with your hours expect to only be offered a co-pilot position initially.

You will have to fill out their "online application' which will then go to the 'employment committee' ... expect this process to go on for some time ...

Good luck ...
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Old 25th Jan 2014, 06:17
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There is a large company in Australia beginning with B and ending with W who will be recruiting in February 2014.
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Old 25th Jan 2014, 10:51
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You´ve got an ATPL, but you´re only rated on SPH?
Maybe that´s the reason..

With 2500 hours, you´re still considered a "youngster"-so don´t be surprised when all they will offer you is a (junior)-copilot position...
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