By Phil Davies
EasyJet is to start advertising to recruit 200 additional pilots for 2014.
The announcement comes on top of the news last month that the budget carrier is creating 330 new permanent positions for pilots this year.
The airline is advertising in industry publications such as Flight International.
Some of the new pilots will join easyJet direct while others will be recruited via the airline’s training partners CTC Aviation and CAE Parc Aviation.
They then gain further experience and flying hours with easyJet which is followed by a permanent contract with the airline.
The new positions from summer 2014 will be offered across the airline’s 11 UK bases – Gatwick, Southend, Luton, Stansted, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol and Belfast – and across its European network.
Head of flight operations Brian Tyrrell said: “We are actively seeking pilots from the military services and we know from the…
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