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Old 15th Dec 2022, 07:48
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DHL Jobs

https://www.aviationjobs.me/jobs/b767-non-type-rated-first-officers-dhl-air-uk/

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Old 15th Dec 2022, 10:51
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Nice one,

Been waiting for this to show up for a while, thanks for the heads up.

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Old 17th Dec 2022, 15:28
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https://www.aviationjobs.me/jobs/b767-non-type-rated-first-officers-dhl-air-uk/

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awesome! Any know starting salary/T&Cs?
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Old 17th Dec 2022, 23:19
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Any info on bases? Lots of threads saying this is in Bahrain or is it UK based in EMA?
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Originally Posted by flyerflyer1 View Post
Any info on bases? Lots of threads saying this is in Bahrain or is it UK based in EMA?
DHL air UK does not have any bases in Bahrain.
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DHL air UK does not have any bases in Bahrain.
Thank you. EMA it is then. Any info about roster and days away from home?
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Old 18th Dec 2022, 18:06
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It's easy to get confused - there are a lot of yellow airplanes flying around!
DHK - DHL Air UK - 757/767/777 (EMA)
DHA - DHL Air Austria - 757 (LEJ)
DHX - DHL Aviation Bahrain - 767 (BAH)
EAT - European Air Transport - 757/A300/A330 (LEJ)
plus a lot of others working for them like Southernair, Kallitta, Atlas, Aerologic, ASL, Air Hong Kong etc etc...
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There will be a very significant recruitment drive for DHL Air (EMA base) for 2023. Largely driven by fleet growth of the 767 and 777.
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Old 23rd Dec 2022, 14:20
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Can anyone give an honest overview of DHL?

Fleet/recruitment plans, time to command, FO starting pay, rostering/lifestyle, management-pilot relationship, is long haul mainly 2 or 3 pilots, current morale etc.

Would be nice to hear the good and the bad.

Thanks.
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Trying to work out if I can be bothered with this as I seem to have answered these questions so many times already - the search function is your friend. However, in the spirit of a season of goodwill and doing one big update as there has been a lot of change …………

5xSH, 10xLH (767/777) expanding to 18 LH.

Command variable - currently quick but won’t be for ever and dependent on where in the cycle you join alongside previous experience. Also we have plenty of home grown talent in the pipeline.

Required is UK licence, right to live and work and an address within 90 mins of EMA.

TR 70k

162 days inc leave free of duty. Trips from 4-14 days.

Mature and respectful - always issues with mgmt in all airlines, aren’t there?

2&3 depending on length.

Pretty good, I reckon. Coming out of COVID with no furlough, redundancies, pay cuts.

It’s an airline in transition from SH with a small LH add on, to a LH with a small SH rump. Expanding with all the opportunities that brings along with the issues of managing growth and new route structures. Everyone’s got their own story for good or ill, as I start my 21st year I’m very glad I joined.

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Edited to add no passengers, no hats so more wins!

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Old 23rd Dec 2022, 16:14
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What would a typical roster pattern be?

14 day trip would 6 days off follow that? can you bid for long or shoter trips?

any information is welcome

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Originally Posted by pudoc View Post
Can anyone give an honest overview of DHL?

Fleet/recruitment plans, time to command, FO starting pay, rostering/lifestyle, management-pilot relationship, is long haul mainly 2 or 3 pilots, current morale etc.

Would be nice to hear the good and the bad.

Thanks.

other aircrew forum. Freight dogs. 777 EMA DHL thread.

Loads of info on there.
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Old 23rd Dec 2022, 19:08
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No bidding, but expressions of preferences which may or may not happen.

TCL thank you
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Old 29th Dec 2022, 23:10
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I am confused ...

I am confused ...

The job advert starts by seemingly seeking " B767 Non type rated First Officers"

That ad is still showing on-line. https://www.aviationjobs.me/jobs/b76...rs-dhl-air-uk/

Line 3 of the ad ...
"They have an exciting opportunity for 767/777 First Officers to join their team!"
Nowhere does the ad mention any requirement for applicants to have (or not have) a 767/777 type rating. Obviously not, because the headline says "Non type rated"

But more importantly, there seems to be no mention of having to get (or being given) a 767 or 777 type rating (and the funding thereof) once the non type rated pilot has joined DHL UK.

Is this two job ads for the price of one ? Or merely a poorly worded job ad.

Is it recruitment of Cruise Pilots by stealth ?

Not trying to knock it. Asking for my nephew whose training has cost me a lot of money, who thinks he might be in the frame for a cruise pilot job.

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Old 30th Dec 2022, 05:32
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It is confusingly written, but not sure where you got the recruitment of cruise pilots from?
I think the reference to 767/777 FO's is meant to be the roles they're seeking to fill.
The rating would be provided by DHL, and a "cruise pilot" would still need a rating anyway.

The requirements posted below are quite clear, despite the job description.
If your nephew meets the requirement listed, then he should apply

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Old 30th Dec 2022, 11:33
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DHL are mainly recruiting for the 767. There may be a few slots on the 777. If you are already type rated you enjoy a better salary in year one. If not, DHL pay for the type rating on your behalf. It is fully funded by the employer.
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Old 30th Dec 2022, 16:47
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LFH. I donít find it confusing, but Iím already here and know the deal!

As above, training funded by the airline, if NTR then year one salary is reduced by about 8k (?), after that join the normal salary scale. I reckon itís a good gig so if your nephew fits the bill ÖÖ,

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Old 30th Dec 2022, 19:45
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Hi, what is the starting salary and benefits? how many days a month can you expect to be away?
Whats the requirements for FO rather than SO?
Thanks

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Old 30th Dec 2022, 20:04
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The job ad is for FO. NTR 60k. 162 days pa free of duty, inc leave
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Old 3rd Jan 2023, 09:29
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For further clarity, regardless of wording in job ads, there is currently no NTR recruitment for the 777. NTR is 767 only.

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