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Old 18th Nov 2006, 00:27
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jobs for low hour nz pilots

hey guys what is the prospect of airline jobs in india or south east asia for low hour nz pilots with around 700hrs, CPL, MEIR, and ATPL thoeries? Cheers guys
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Old 18th Nov 2006, 01:32
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do u have any rating or turbo prop time.

jobs only if u have indian passport.
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Old 18th Nov 2006, 18:03
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Here is a post from a previous thread.....

Folks, the DGCA has revised their "entry" requirements for foreign flight crew (including that for co-pilots). Here are a few excerpts........

(i) The flight crew should have been properly licenced and rated on the type of
aircraft by the competent authority of a contracting State in accordance with
the ICAO requirements and acceptable to DGCA India. A verification of the
licences and ratings from the issuing authority is required to be submitted by
the operator.
(ii) The foreign licence should be valid with current ratings on the type of Indian
registered aircraft proposed to be flown/maintained.
(iii) The flight crew should have current medical fitness certificates (Class I).

For operation as PIC the flight crew should have a minimum of 100 hours
flying experience as PIC on the type of fixed wing aircraft with not less
than 2000 hrs PIC experience.

The flight crew, to be appointed as Co-pilot on fixed wing aircraft, shall
have a valid Professional Pilotís Licence with
a) Minimum 100 hours on type as P2, or
b) Minimum 500 hours total on multi-engine, or
c) Minimum 1000 hours total flying experience with type of aircraft

The entire document can be found at

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Old 26th Nov 2006, 03:26
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Contact Jack Priest at Rishworth Aviation (it's a Pilot Recruitment Agency based in New Zealand).
Talk to him about employment with Royal Brunei Airlines.

Good Luck

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