CAS Recruitment working together

with BA CityFlyer


BA Cityflyer is the largest airline operator at London City airport, with the highest number of destinations and customers of both business and leisure. 

As a wholly owned subsidiary of British Airways, BA CityFlyer operates a network of UK domestic and European services and has a fleet of 20 aircraft. The fleet comprises of six 76-seat Embraer 170s, twelve 98-seat Embraer 190SR' and two 50-seat Saab 2000s with further plans for fleet expansion scheduled.

We are delighted to be a preferred supplier to BA CityFlyer, and proud to be a trusted partner.

We are currently recruiting for freelance, Type Rated captains for Winter 2017 & Summer '2018 and also permanent positions.

Grow with us - We want you to be part of our journey...
— BA CityFlyer

BA CityFlyer require high calibre pilots with the drive to provide industry defining standards of customer service in a demanding yet exciting environment.

As a Captain at BA CityFlyer you will be expected to work flexibly within a tight-knit team in order to deliver the demanding seven-day-a-week operation. You will fly a fleet of modern aircraft and regular UK and overseas night stops will also be a feature of your touring roster.

Operating primarily from London City Airport, with its high value and sophisticated customer base, BA CtyFlyer operates daily in one of the world's most challenging operating environments. It is therefore vital that as a Captain of BA CityFlyer you maintain the highest professional standards.

 

Available Positions

 

To be considered for our most recent positions for BA CityFlyer Captains, you MUST meet the entry criteria.


Freelance Captain, Embraer 170/190

Location: London, UK.

Contract: Freelance.

Remuneration: £6,500 per month plus hotel accommodation provided for rostered days.

Entry Criteria:

  • Valid (EASA) ATPL.
  • Current MPA rating on an aircraft in excess of 20 tonnes MTOM.
  • Valid ME Instrument Rating.
  • Valid Class 1 medical.
  • 4000 hours TT.
  • 1500 hours PIC of civil/military, multi-crew/multi-engine aircraft in excess of 20 tonnes MTOM.
  • Currently operating as a captain.
  • E Jet type rating is essential.
  • English Language Proficiency endorsement on your licence to Level 4 or above.

Permanent Captain, Embraer 170/190

Location: London, UK.

Contract: Permanent, Full Time.

Remuneration: £75,000 to £80,000 per annum.

Salary: £68,190 per annum. (London allowance: £1931 per annum, plus Duty Allowance: £3265 per annum, and subsistence allowance: £0.70 per hour which is paid for all flying duties.)

The reward package comprises of a basic salary, London allowance, hourly flight pay, company performance, bonus and other payments. In addition, you'll receive:


                 
  • Full terms and conditions which are effective from your first day of employment.
  • Company funded conversion course/type rating.
  • Medical and licence renewals paid by BA CityFlyer.
  • Extensive British Airways worldwide staff travel benefits.
  • Loss of Licence scheme.
  • 30 days annual leave increasing to 35 days on 5-years completed service.
  • Company pension scheme (up to 12% employer contribution).
  • Life insurance benefits.
  • Career pathway into British Airways following minimum 2 years service.

Entry Criteria:

  • Valid (EASA) ATPL.
  • Current MPA rating on an aircraft in excess of 20 tonnes MTOM.
  • Valid ME Instrument Rating.
  • Valid Class 1 medical.
  • 4000 hours TT.
  • 1500 hours PIC of civil/military, multi-crew/multi-engine aircraft in excess of 20 tonnes MTOM.
  • Currently operating as a captain.
  • E Jet type rating would be desirable although not essential.
  • English Language Proficiency endorsement on your licence to Level 4 or above.
 

If you meet the entry criteria and wish to apply for one of the positions please forward the following documents to bacf@casrecruitment.com.

  • Up to date CV
  • Passport
  • EASA Licence (ATPL)
  • Class 1 medical
  • Last page of log book
  • MCC Course certificate (if applicable)

 

 

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