If you would like to join Wizz Air Flight Crew team as a non-type rated First Officer into the position of an Airbus A320/321 First Officer, please see below the requirements for applying.
Requirements (taken from the Wizz air recruitment site)
- Unrestricted right to live and work in the EU or Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom
- Valid EASA / UK Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
- Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
- Valid Instrument Rating (IR) for Multi-Engine aeroplane (ME)
- Last flight within the preceding 6 months (preferable, not hard limit due to COVID-19 effects)
- ATPL theory completed* (certificate or license endorsement as remark)
- MCC course completed** (certificate or license endorsement as remark)
- UPRT training completed*** (certificate and 3 hours TTL logbook entry on certified aircraft)
- ICAO level 4/5/6 English proficiency
Total 145 hours actual flight time on fixed wing aircraft**** with integrated ATPL theory completed
Total 200 hours actual flight time on fixed wing aircraft**** with CPL/IR training completed in modular system
*ATPL theory certificate issued by any EASA / UK CAA or entered into the license
**MCC is not required if multi-crew aircraft flown before or complex type rating (e.g. B737) completed
***Advanced UPRT is not required if any type rating on complex aircraft completed before
**** Ultra-light aircraft, power gliders, simulator and helicopter hours are excluded
During the application process, you will need to have your:
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- Resume/CV prepared in DOCX, PDF, Image or Text format
- Cover/motivational letter prepared in DOCX, PDF, Image or Text format if you wish to upload (optional)
- Passport scanned
- Flight Crew License scanned
- Class1 Medical License scanned
- ATPL Certifcate scanned (if applicable)
- MCC Certificate scanned (if applicable)
- JOC Certificate scanned (if applicable)
- UPRT Certificate scanned (if applicalbe)
- Pilot Logbook prepared, so you are able to enter your previous experience
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