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Nolinor Aviation and Max Aviation create a Joint Program for recruitment and development of pilots

Montreal, Que., Oct. 25, 2007 - Nolinor Aviation and Max Aviation have created a Joint Program for the recruitment and professional development of pilots in order to respond to the growing need of the industry.


October 25, 2007
By Carey Fredericks

Montreal, Que., Oct. 25, 2007 – Nolinor Aviation and Max Aviation have created a Joint Program for the recruitment and professional development of pilots in order to respond to the growing need of the industry. The program establishes proactive measures in safety, and meets the objectives set by Transport Canada in Safety Management Systems. 

 The Joint Program allows the two transporters to harmonize their pilot hiring policies, and to closely follow the professional development of their pilots, including evaluation profiles and systems to promote and hire pilots. The goal is to maintain a high standard of safety and competence within the aviation industry. The transferring of pilots within the two companies will respect the conditions and delays associated with pilot training.

The booming growth of air transport in Canada, and in the rest of the world, entails an important rate of turnover among pilots, and the Joint Program is a tool to reduce the negative effects of this phenomenon for airline companies, small and large alike.