Airbus is Hiring a Worldwide Ab Initio Chief Flight Instructor

10th Sep 2022

Airbus is currently recruiting a Worldwide Ab Initio Chief Flight Instructor for its ab initio training network who will be responsible for the Flight Instructors & standardisation of the flight and flight simulator instruction in the Airbus flight academies.

The Ab Initio CFI will represent and act on behalf of the Airbus worldwide Head of Training/CFI within the ab initio Flight Academies. The CFI will also be responsible for the coordination with National Aviation Authorities and the standards, compliance and regulatory departments.

The position is full-time, based in Ireland and will require travel globally and is open for those who have EASA background at least five (5)  years experience in flight instruction and flight examiner (FE/CRE).

To learn more about the job and to apply, click here.

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