Norwegian carries close to 6 million UK passengers each year across their global network. The airline has one of the youngest aircraft fleets in the world with an average age of 3.6 years, and more than 200 new aircraft on order. Norwegian was awarded the ‘World’s best low-cost long-haul airline’ for the third consecutive
year at the 2017 SkyTrax World Airline Awards.
With Norwegian Long Hauls’ reputation as the world’s fastest growing low-cost airline, pilots starting on assignment with this airline have excellent career development opportunities.
Norwegian B787 Bases with Rishworth Aviation
Rishworth Aviation, in partnership with Norwegian, is currently offering B787 Captains, Relief Captains, and First Officers the opportunity to be based in beautiful Amsterdam, as well as other modern European cities including London/Gatwick, Barcelona, Rome, and Paris. Experience Europe while progressing your career and flying the Dreamliner.
About Rishworth Aviation and Norwegian
Since 2004, global pilot sourcing and HR experts Rishworth Aviation have had a long-standing relationship with Norwegian, when we began recruitment for the B737 fleet. Since 2012 we have been the exclusive provider for the Norwegian Long Haul B787 including establishing new European and Asian bases. We are proud to have hired and deployed over 800 pilots, from a range of different jet aircraft for Norwegian, and continue to provide world-class pilots to meet with the airline's significant growth plans.
Rishworth Aviation's team has a wealth of knowledge and experience across many countries and will ensure that you are given world-class support. From advice on screenings, training and working for Norwegian, to offering full support to you once you are flying for Norwegian. Along with providing detailed information and coordinating briefings for every pilot assigned to Norwegian, Rishworth Aviation manages and assists you with your base contractual, tax and employment requirements.
We currently have excellent opportunities available with Norwegian Air. Click the links below to find out more.