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Aeroflot 737 foreign captains

Old 3rd Jun 2017, 05:49
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Aeroflot 737 foreign captains

Hi everyone

Anyone got information regarding 737 foreign captains for aeroflot they are advertising?
Thanks
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Old 3rd Jun 2017, 11:35
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I imagine you'd need a thick skin for that one!
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Old 3rd Jun 2017, 14:19
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Aeroflot – Russian Airlines offers a job of В737NG aircraft captains for foreign nationals

The main requirement:
An airline pilot with «В737NG aircraft captain» qualification and 3,000 flight hours minimum as a pilot, including at least 500 hours as a B737NG civil aircraft captain.

Candidates should provide:
A valid airline pilot license in compliance with international aviation standards and with rating «В737NG aircraft captain»
A document confirming 3,000 flight hours minimum as a pilot, including at least 500 hours as a B737NG civil aircraft captain
A document confirming completion of necessary training programs for B737NG aircraft type in aviation training centers certified (approved) in accordance with laws of the state where the aviation training center is located
Documents confirming no record of convictions for criminal offenses and (or) procedural decisions on recognizing the person as a suspect in a crime, or indictments in relation to the person in the foreign state of which the candidate is a national, issued by authorized bodies of the state, translated to Russian and notarized in the territory of the Russian Federation
A document confirming absence of aviation accidents and incidents provided for by annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation due to a personal fault during the period of professional activity of the foreign national
A valid first class medical assessment

Aeroflot offers:
A stable salary
Accommodation in a hotel-type campus
Employment benefits protected from inflation Annual paid leave (together with additional cash compensation) and additional leaves
Assistance in obtaining a work permit and a work visa
Possibility to plan flights with crew change at the place of residence
Repayment of debt under apprenticeship agreement with the previous employer due to early termination of employment agreement
Corporate air tickets for employees and members of their families (wife, children, parents) for flights of Aeroflot and more than 80 partner companies

Please send CVs to:
[email protected]
[email protected]

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Old 3rd Jun 2017, 15:24
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You'd better find some first hand info from ex-CSA guys, i know there was/is a group of them on Airbus fleet! And of course be prepared for Chinese style medicals and simulators!
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Old 4th Jun 2017, 14:45
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A colleague applied & got the details.


90 hr month €6300, hotel paid ,non commuting. Dramatically less money if you do less hours. . . . . . they truly are dreaming in the current marketplace
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Old 4th Jun 2017, 21:19
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While I agree on the compensation and acknowledge that even Russia doesnt exist in a vacuum, one has to keep in mind that average salary in Russia is currently under €500 in month (IIRC).

Personally not even doubling the compensation would make me interested, but frankly I've never been too fond of dealing with russian bureaucracy (or lack of in some cases).
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Old 9th Jun 2017, 15:21
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FYI...sorta/kinda related to the topic:

At the St. Petersburg International Forum 2017, Aeroflot CEO Vitaly Saveliev reported that the company lacks Russian captains and that "pilots flee to Asia and particularly China, where salaries are 1.5-2 times higher." Aeroflot itself, he said, can no longer raise their salaries. The company now employs 21 foreign pilots with a quota of 80 people. Aeroflot has recently requested a new quota for 40 foreign pilots.

https://www.aerotime.aero/en/news/19...s-flee-to-asia
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Old 13th Jun 2017, 10:06
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Would this have anything to do with the circumstances in Russia ?:

Russian Pilots Protesting Mass License Revocations | Business Aviation News: Aviation International News
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