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Baseline Aviation Limited

B1 Licensed Engineer 737CL - Flying Spanner


Baseline Aviation Limited
Location: Lithuania
Job type: Contract/Locum
Aircraft type: 737-300 / 400 / 500
Contact: Alex
Sector: Maintenance, Licensed Maintenance - Line
Category: B1 Licensed Engineer
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Baseline on behalf of our client require a B1 licensed engineer to join their on a contract basis.

A/C: 737 CL
Position: B1 (Flying Spanner)
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months, Possible extension
Location:  Vilnius/ Kaunas, Lithuania
Rotation:  Flexible
Flights:  Provided for beginning and end of contract
Accommodation & Transport:  Provided
Project Details Line Maintenance

Candidates must have previous certifying experience on the 737 CL (-3/4/500 models) aircraft and provide valid continuation training.

Suitable candidates must have the right to live and work within the EU.

Interested candidates please apply via link below or contact our recruitment team for further details.

Baseline on behalf of our client require a B1 licensed engineer to join their on a contract basis.

A/C: 737 CL
Position: B1 (Flying Spanner)
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months, Possible extension
Location:  Vilnius/ Kaunas, Lithuania
Rotation:  Flexible
Flights:  Provided for beginning and end of contract
Accommodation & Transport:  Provided
Project Details Line Maintenance

Candidates must have previous certifying experience on the 737 CL (-3/4/500 models) aircraft and provide valid continuation training.

Suitable candidates must have the right to live and work within the EU.

Interested candidates please apply via link below or contact our recruitment team for further details.


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