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Emirates seeking to recruit Canadian pilots

Emirates will be holding roadshows throughout June to recruit experienced and technically proficient commercial pilots in Canada to fly its growing network of international routes.


May 28, 2017
By Emirates

The roadshow offers a great opportunity for interested pilots to learn more about the recruitment process, and talk to Emirates’ staff about the benefits of being an Emirates pilot, living and working in Dubai.

Emirates now offers pilots the option to join the airline’s dedicated Boeing 777 freighter pilot team. The freighter pilot contract offers an opportunity for pilots with a new 28 days on, 13 days off roster pattern. Pilots attending the roadshow can also obtain more information about the new freighter pilot contract.

Roadshow sessions will be held in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary at the following dates and times:

​​Toronto
​​June 8 – 10 am and 2 pm
June 9 – 10 am
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Vancouver
​​June 10 – 10 am and 2 pm
June 11 – 10 am
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Calgary
​​June 12 – 10 am and 2 pm
June 13 – 10 am

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Pilots need to attend only one of the sessions and prior registration is not required to participate. Interested pilots who are unable to attend the roadshow can also submit an online application at www.emirates.com/pilots.
 
If shortlisted, Emirates offers candidates the possibility of completing their initial interview and ability assessment from the comfort of their homes. This can be done at any time of their convenience through an online selection process.

Being an Emirates pilot offers an excellent opportunity to fly with a fast-growing, award-winning airline. Emirates pilots enjoy a competitive tax-free salary, medical and dental insurance, annual leave and company accommodation, while living in one of the world’s leading cultural and business hubs: Dubai.

Emirates also operates one of the largest fleets in the industry with 257 aircraft, all of which are either Airbus A380 or Boeing 777 aircraft. With more than 200 aircraft on order, Emirates will continue to increase its fleet size and extend its network, which already stands at 155 destinations in 83 countries and six continents.

Emirates offers three nonstop A380 services to Dubai a week from Toronto.

Emirates is accepting applications from pilots from multiengine, multicrew, turboprop and jet aircraft, including business jets, with a Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW) of 10 tonnes or more. More detailed eligibility requirements are available at www.emirates.com/pilots.