Experienced A320 Captains
Avionco is currently seeking experienced A320 Captains who are looking to expand their career in China’s growing aviation market.
The airline operates a fleet of over 80 A320/1s to more than 100 destinations throughout Asia, giving pilots the chance to experience a variety of cultures and locations.
To be flexible and meet the needs of their pilots’ individual lifestyles, they offer 2 commuting and 1 local roster option. This gives you the chance to go back and spend quality time in your home country or remain local and experience Chinese culture to its fullest.
Screenings are taking place monthly throughout 2019 and slots are filling up fast. The screening process for Spring Airlines is faster than most other Chinese airlines, as candidates only travel to China twice.
A220 Training Captain Candidates
Avionco is currently looking for Boeing or Airbus Training Captains to transition to the A220 Aircraft in support of entry into service training programs for customers worldwide.
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B737NG Captains for China United Airlines
Avionco is delighted to be recruiting B737 NG Captains for our Client China United Airlines. This airline is the first state-owned low-cost carrier in China. Its headquarters are in the Fengtai District of Beijing and operates both scheduled flights and charter services
By the end of June 2018, China United Airlines had 3,693 employees and 44 Boeing 737NG’s full economy class fleets. They currently reach 67 cities across the country and fly 70 routes; nearly 8 million passengers per year.
B737NG Rated and Non-type Rated Captains for 9 Air
Avionco is delighted to be recruiting TR and NTR B737NG Captains on behalf of 9Air.
This airline is a public air transport enterprise set up and controlled by Shanghai Juneyao Airlines Co., Ltd. with 600 million RMB registered capital. 9 Air launched the first flight on December 2, 2014 and started its commercial operation on January 15, 2015. Based in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport; 9 Air’s route network will take Guangzhou as a center, and radiate the whole country. It will open international routes to and from South, Southeast, North and Northeast Asia.
A320 Captains for Loong Air
Loong Air is the abbreviation of Zhejiang Loong Airlines and is headquartered in the Loong Air Office Building on the property of Hanghzhou Xiaoshan International Airport. With its main hub in Hangzhou, the company started cargo operations in 2013 with 2 B737-300 and started its passenger flights on A320 just a few months later. Actually, Loong Air operates 23 aircraft, of which 20 aircraft are A320. The carrier serves mainly the domestic market, operating flights from Hangzhou towards 25 destinations: Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Haikou, Shenzhen and many others. Charter operations are operated towards Vietnam and India. They are now seeking pilots for their new A320 aircraft.
Recruiting B737 Captains on behalf of Spring Airlines Japan!
Avionco is delighted to be recruiting B737 Captains for Spring Japan. Spring Airlines Japan Co., Ltd. is a low-cost airline headquartered in Kozunomori, Narita, Japan. It is 33% owned by Spring Airlines, a Chinese low-cost carrier, with the remainder held by various Japanese investors. Their fleet consists of B 737-800 aircraft flying to various airports in Japan and China. Spring Airlines serves destinations all around China, Cambodia, Thailand, Macao, Hong Kong and Japan and is planning a fairly aggressive growth campaign for mid-2019 between China and South East Asia.
B737NG Captains for Okay Airways in China
Okay Airways is an Airline headquartered in Shunyi District, Beijing, People's Republic of China. It operates passenger flight services and dedicated cargo services. Its main hubs are Tianjin Binhai International Airport, Xi'an Xianyang International Airport and secondary hub is Changsha Huanghua International Airport. They are currently seeking B737 NG Captains.
B737 A320 and A330 Captains for Lucky Airlines in China
Lucky Air this airline was established in July 2004 as a start-up airline known as Shilin Airlines,
in December 2005 Shilin Airlines changed its name to Lucky Air. It started operations with a
flight between Kunming and Dali within Yunnan in February 2006. It is now owned by Hainan
Airlines, Shanxi Airlines and Yunnan Shilin Tourism Aviation. Lucky Air’s fleet has grown to
include B737NG’s A320’s and A330’s and is now rapidly growing. It is now seeking Captains on
the B737, A320 and A330 aircraft.
CRJ 200/700/900 Captains – Newly relaxed minimums!
We have been recruiting for this airline since the inception of its first CRJ Airplane. Now, with many CRJ Aircraft and more on order, this is a unique chance to grow with one of the fastest developing Chinese Regional Carriers. Join the airline with an excellent 3-year renewable contract offering the best commuting options including a month on/month off roster schedules, and fantastic pay.