B737NG Captain Position - Urumqi Airlines, all nationality welcome

Location
Urumqi, China
Salary
very competitive
Posted
11 Feb 2017
Closes
24 Feb 2017
Ref
UA
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Urumqi is the capital of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, it’s situated in China’s western frontier, closer to Almaty than any major Chinese cities.

Urumqi Airlines is part of Hainan Airlines Group. It has 4 brand new B737-800 aircraft and operates scheduled passenger services to 12 domestic destinations in China. 

This contract offers:

1. Good pay package up to US$18833 monthly service fee and allowances

2. 3 different working patterns for pilots to choose from, including 6 weeks on 3 weeks off and 15 days on 15 days off

3. Overtime paid over low threshold

4. Ascending annual bonus from US$8000 to US$15000 every year

5. Paid sick leave and annual leave days

6. US$15000 safety bonus paid when completing 12 months service without accident

7. Medical and stop flying insurance

8. Ticket benefit

9. Instructor position available to existing captains

Qualification required:

1. Have current B737 type rating

2. Have logged at least 3000 total hours and 500 PIC hours on type

3. Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate

4. ICAO level 4 or above

5. No accidents and incidents reported, no criminal record

6. Age 55 or below

Tempo Aviation provides practical support and guidance during your application and throughout the time when you are on contract. Our in-depth information and useful feedback from other pilots have helped many pilots successfully complete the CAAC checks.

Our hard working consultants in Europe, Singapore and China will be on hand to answer your queries, provide professional service almost 24-7. Our local assistants are based in a number of Chinese regional cities who will provide assistance during your screening trip, help you to settle down with your new job and provide on-going support to make your experience in China a rewarding one.

You can rely on our rich local knowledge and years of experience communicating with Chinese Airlines. We take our job very seriously and will do our best to protect the rights and interests of our crew. We also have specialists available for legal advice.