Emirates, which has the world's largest fleet of Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 aircraft, announced that it will recruit Co-Pilots who meet the airline's exceptional standards of safety, technical expertise and passenger experience. Successful candidates will enjoy an excellent age in the dynamic city of Dubai, setting the bar even higher in their careers with Emirates' full wide-body fleet and ever-expanding global network.
For Emirates Co-Pilots, it means flying one of the world's youngest and most modern fleets of 140 Airbus and Boeing aircraft across a network of 265 destinations on six continents. Pilots will also operate Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, Boeing 777-X and Airbus A350-900 aircraft in the years to come, thanks to Emirates' continued investment in renewing its fleet.
Emirates pilots receive robust and evidence-based training in-house with highly skilled instructors in specially designed environments. The airline's state-of-the-art training facility has 777 full flight simulators for Boeing 380 and Airbus 10 aircraft.
The growth of the airline offers numerous opportunities for co-pilots to advance their careers as captains, technical pilots, standards captains, examiners and instructors.
Emirates offers pilots and their families a variety of benefits, such as a tax-free salary, generous accommodation and tuition fees, excellent health and dental insurance, to ensure a unique life. Employees can enjoy exclusive cargo and travel benefits for their entire family, including friends' tickets, across the airline's global flight network. In addition, the Emirates Platinum card offers various privileges and discounts at thousands of stores and accommodation facilities in Turkey and abroad.
Pilots can specify their preferred flights and destinations via Emirates' advanced scheduling system to have the opportunity to spend quality time with their loved ones on special occasions. Emirates' flight crew use chauffeur-driven service daily to and from work and pass through express check-in facilities at the company's headquarters.
Flight and cabin crew work in a spirit of collaboration and camaraderie that reflects the multicultural environment of Emirates' Dubai hub. The city is famous for being safe, secure, vibrant and following technology closely. Dubai has become the city of choice for millions, thanks to its annual major sporting events, a wide variety of lifestyle activities, world-class hospitality and dining, fascinating attractions, international schools and hospitals, and excellent infrastructure.
Candidates applying for the Co-Pilot position must have experience in multi-engine and multi-crew aircraft, have a valid ICAO Aircraft Pilot License and at least 20 hours of flight experience in a 2.000-ton MTOW (maximum take-off weight) aircraft.