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Icon Air Hiring Boeing 737 Cockpit Crew

Postby Abbas Ali » Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:27 pm

Advertisement given by iconair (flyiconair.com) in today's (October 14) newspaper.

Iconair (Private) Limited is looking for Aviation Professionals in following category.

Pilots Boeing 737 (preferably -300 series or higher)

Requirements:

Rated / current

Experience:

Captain
1000 hours on type. Total 3000 hours with valid Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) & Medical Class I from Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Pakistan.

First Officer
500 hours with valid Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) / ATPL & Medical Class I from CAA Pakistan.

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Re: Icon Air Hiring Boeing 737 Cockpit Crew

Postby Abbas Ali » Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:32 pm

Three-letter International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) code allocated to Icon Air is 'ICN'.

Info Source: http://www.routesonline.com/airlines/12 ... uirements/

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Re: Icon Air Hiring Boeing 737 Cockpit Crew

Postby Abbas Ali » Sun Oct 14, 2012 8:03 pm

According to information on following link, Icon Air is planning to acquire two Boeing 737-300QC aircraft on dry lease.

http://www.flyiconair.com/ic/news.html

Boeing 737-300QC (QC = Quick Change) equipped with main deck cargo door can be switched between passenger and cargo configuration in about an hour. For example, the aircraft can be used as freighter at night and as a passenger carrier during the day.

An initial fleet of two Boeing 737s apparently means Icon Air will be launched as a cargo and/or charter airline.

According to National Aviation Policy of Pakistan, for operating scheduled passenger flights, an airline needs to have a fleet of at least three air worthy aircraft registered in Pakistan.

Following photo shows a Boeing 737-300QC (G-CELP) of British low-cost airline Jet2 (jet2.com)

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Boeing 737-300QC - G-CELP - Jet2 by Pete Hemsley, on Flickr

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Re: Icon Air Hiring Boeing 737 Cockpit Crew

Postby qjfunk » Mon Oct 15, 2012 12:30 am

Correct me if I am wrong but do I see 500 hours for the first officer and no type written with it or is it just an error on part of the company.
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Re: Icon Air Hiring Boeing 737 Cockpit Crew

Postby Yasir Airways » Mon Oct 15, 2012 5:46 am

A bit off topic! I am having a cabin crew interview, coming up in Jan, with Jet2.com :D.


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