500 new pilots will be recruited and trained in France

500 new pilots will be recruited and trained in France

The program was launched in partnership with Astonfly, one of France’s largest private flight schools, and “will continue to attract highly qualified professional pilots to support growth in Europe,” the low-cost company said. The recruitment is part of an extensive recruitment program announced last summer by the company, which plans to train thousands of pilots to fly the new Boeing 737 Maxx, a spokesman said.

“Ryanair will hire up to 1,000 pilots a year over the next four years,” said Senan Ozia, Ryanair’s head of crew training. The new program launched in France “will provide the airline with a team of talented and professional pilots from across Europe to meet the needs of our growing network”, he added.

Loss of one billion euros in 2020-2021

Particularly affected by the Kovid-19 pandemic, as well as the entire aviation sector, the leading European airline suffered the worst financial year in its history in 2020-2021, with a loss of nearly one billion euros. , About 3,000 losses were declared. Jobs.

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