Bostonair are looking for a B737NG or BAe 146 B1 Licensed Engineer for a 5 month contract in Norwich, UK. Travel and accommodation available. Candidates will be required to have an EASA66 B1 Licence, 6 months documented experience on type in the past 2 years, current Human factors, Fuel Tank Safety Awareness and EWIS. Please advise of your interest and availability.
FPS are looking for B1 Licenced Engineers to work around Europe. Line Maintenance on the 737NG. €41.00 per hour ltd. Network flights and accommodation are provided for each shift. This is an ongoing position. Flexible shift patterns are available working 12 hour shifts. must be typed and current on the 737NG and able to work in the EU.
Ryanair is officially the Number 1 International Airline and operates more than 2000 flights per day from 87 Bases across Europe and North Africa with 1800+ Low Fare Routes across 33 countries, connecting 205 destinations. Ryanair currently operates a fleet of 410 Boeing 737-800 Aircraft with deliveries of an additional 50 brand new Aircraft in 2018 alone. Ryanair currently works with a team o...
Flight Instructor (ME) Oaklands Global is currently recruiting a Flight Instructor (ME) on behalf of our well established Aviation training client based in Spain. This is a permanent position. Key Responsibilities; Instruct students in practical and simulator training adhering to the applicable Training and Safety Standards and to academy standards Monitor, plan and assist students to enab...
Line Up Aviation is a specialist aviation and aerospace recruitment company that has been operating all over the world for more than 30 years. We work with some of the industry's best-known companies and pride ourselves with working to the highest standard of service supported by an ingrained culture of honesty and integrity. Client: Our Client is the world's leading Flight Data Monitoring comp...
Flight Engineers look after aircraft electronics, engines, airframes, instruments, radio systems and more. Their specialisms are clearly wide, but day to day they go about installing, maintaining and repairing these crucial components to make sure the aeroplane is safe and performing at optimum capacity. Engineers repair the frames and mechanical parts and there are specialists to handle the electronics; Avionics technicians. Day to day, Flight engineer will use a variety of instruments to test wear and tear on the aircraft and its components, replacing any defective parts using hand tools. Then they inspect the newly installed part to ensure it meets the standard required all the while keeping a detailed record of the tasks undertaken for reference. Maintenance staff need to be flexible, as aircraft can arrive at any time of day or night, and need to be inspected soon after landing. Then all work must be done quickly, as the aircraft will likely have a tight flight schedule to keep to. This means that the work of flight engineer is often stressful, working at odd hours and with the clock ticking.
All flight engineers need to undertake a course of study accredited by the relevant aviation authority. These qualifications can be split into two categories, Category A and Category B. Category A licences qualifies you to work on operational aircraft, performing only minor maintenance and part replacement tasks. A six month qualification and year’s certified experience is the most common route to a Category A licence. Category B licences qualify you to perform larger shceduled maintenance. There are a range of B1 licences, specialising on a number of planes with different engines: both fixed wing and rotary wing, both turbine and piston engines. B2 engineers are avionics technicians dealing with the communication, navigation, radar, guidance and control systems.
A flight engineer’s starting salary is usually between £20,000 and £25,000 but more experienced aerospace engineers often earn somewhere from £28,000 to £40,000. A more senior flight engineer, will regularly earn between £45,000 and £60,000.