The positions are for pilots and first officers willing to relocate to Bermuda. A fresh new airline looking to take flight from Bermuda is now seeking trained pilots and first officers.
Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority
Upstart airline Coral Jet has presented an application to the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority for an air operator’s certificate in advance of a prepared to 2022 launch.
New ventures startup plans to commence in the second quarter of 2022 out of the Atlantic island’s L.F. Wade International Airport. The only airport of the Bermuda Islands serves the capital of Hamilton, and potential routes are anticipated to be declared following the issuance of the aircraft operating certificate (AOC). Coral Jet has already started its search for staff who are willing to be based in Bermuda.
The Royal Gazette informs that the airline is now looking for Captains and First Officers for the Airbus A320 family of aircraft. The positions are offered as full-time roles for now certified flight crew.
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“We are looking for a few selected individuals with periodontal the Airbus A320 family of aircraft to help us establish what will become Bermudas home-based airline operating to Canada, the United States, and the Caribbean taking both passengers and cargo.” The airline has announced.
Qualified crew members are encouraged to apply, and applicants are encouraged to have an ‘adventurous spirit and the willingness to experienced “so much more” in Bermuda. Hopefully, giving us a little sneak peek into the branding and mantra of the latest airline.
Capitan positions are required to be
Applicants for Capitan positions are required to be rated to fly the A320 type of airplane and hold a valid flight medical certificate. Also, applicants must have 5,000 hours of total flying experience, 1,000 of which must have been on a commercial airline, and 500 hours of flying experience in command.
- First officers have slightly fewer requirements with only 2500 hours of total flying experience, 1000 hours of which must have been on the same type of aircraft. All applicants, however, must still be proficient in English and be willing to relocate to Bermuda.
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Canada-based aerospace company Flyht, who just signed a large contract with the airline, said Coral Jet would serve North America and had plans to increase its fleet. A spokesman for Duke Aviation Holding Company, a significant shareholder in Coral Jet’s parent company, however, declined to give details on when the airline would begin operations, saying instead:
Bermuda’s L.F. Wade International Airport
Management’s focus right now is on obtaining the AOC from the BCAA. We think it would be most appropriate to talk once that milestone has been reached.”Bermuda’s L.F. Wade International Airport is now one of several that offers US Customs and Immigration preclearance, making the US a highly likely destination. The preclearance process enables US-bound passengers to clear Customs in Bermuda, therefore arriving in the US from Bermuda as a domestic flight.
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