Jet Airways commences hiring process but mum on which type/s of aircraft it will operate as it resumes operations

An article from Simple Flying on the 4th of August reports that Jet Airways is now near to relaunching its operations and will now be commencing its hiring process. Accordingly, Jet Airways has published a form to hire ‘experienced pilots’ for its operations. Interested pilots have to fill the form with all their pertinent details including type rating, license validity, medical exam, flying hours, among others. The airline has not indicated yet how many pilots it will hire and whether or not it will give priority to ex-Jet Airways employees.

“The form accepts type ratings for the Boeing 737 and Airbus A320, along with widebodies like the 787, A330, and 777. The end of the form only requests further details about the A320 and 737 ratings, which are the most likely aircraft to be chosen for restarting operations,” the report said.

Source: Simple Flying

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