Jeju Air’s ongoing success in the low cost carrier market has gone from strength to strength since its founding in 2005, with current projections forecasting the airline to achieve 20% year on year increase in revenue in 2018. To support this strong growth, Jeju is considering introducing the B737 MAX to their fleet operating medium haul routes to new destinations, with routes to Singapore and Malaysia a likely option for 2019.
With a current fleet of 34 B787-800 NG, Jeju is expanding its fleet to 39 aircraft in 2018/19. The airline is eagerly seeking to expand its network outside the Korean Peninsula, with a planned 60 routes operating by 2020. Jeju Air’s strong commitment to the B737NG and possibility of the B737MAX provides positive career opportunities for pilots seeking an exciting role on this aircraft.
Rishworth Aviation is currently seeking B737NG Captains to join this growing and successful airline, offering generous benefits and days off on a commuting or non commuting contract. Register your interest by applying for the role below.
Jeju Air currently serves 40 domestic and international routes with approximately 150 daily flights. The carrier is also a founding member of the Value Alliance, the first pan-regional low-cost carrier alliance formed in 2016 comprising of eight airlines based in Asia.
Jeju Air is based in Seoul and Busan, South Korea’s two largest cities and key cultural and economic centres. The airline operates hubs at Incheon International Airport, Gimpo International Airport, and Jeju International Airport.