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Norwegian to open new pilot base in Dublin

14th September 2017 - 1:47pm

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Norwegian will open a new pilot base at Dublin Airport later this year to support the airline’s growing international operations, including the new transatlantic routes from Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Belfast. Recruitment is now underway for new pilot positions for the Dublin base. Earlier this summer, Norwegian launched 24 weekly transatlantic flights from Cork, Shannon, Dublin and Belfast serving the New York, Boston and New England areas on the U.S. East Coast, with the routes served by brand new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. To help support the transatlantic operations and future growth in Ireland, Norwegian will open a new base at Dublin Airport later this year. The base will initially include approximately 40 pilots but Norwegian is also exploring options for further pilot and cabin crew positions at the base next summer.

 

Recruitment is now underway for pilots who hold a Boeing 737 operational certificate to be located at the new Dublin base to serve flights from Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Belfast. To support the recruitment process, a series of roadshows are planned which will offer the chance to meet with Norwegian’s pilot recruitment team and get further details on the opportunities, employment terms, facts and answers in person, in an informal environment.


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