About Enter Air
Warsaw-based Enter Air is a Polish charter carrier operating services on behalf of Polish tour operators. The Enter Air head office is in Warsaw, Poland, with main bases at Warsaw Chopin and Katowice-Pyrzowice airports.
Enter Air has shown consistently good growth following its first commercial flight in 2010. Today, the Warsaw based carrier serves more than 70 holiday destinations across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia with an all-Boeing fleet. As at October 2018, the Enter Air fleet consists of 18 B737s, with 6 B737 MAX aircraft on order - 2 of which will be delivered in the latter half of 2018.
The airline has recently recorded a EUR3.6 million net profit for the first half of 2018 and is extremely optimistic about the future. Revenue increased 34% year-on-year to EUR 114.1 million and CEO Gzegorz Polaniecki has expressed a positive outlook for the remainder of this year. The growth shown this year is in line with the carrier's expectations and the airline foresees that it will record revenue of more than EUR 232.8 million for the full 2018 year.
Now is the perfect time for B737NG Captains to get on board with a growing airline with a strong, positive outlook, offering excellent terms and a European summer contract, giving you the opportunity to explore an exciting country in the heart of Europe.
Learn more about our Enter Air full time or part time Captain pilot jobs currently available, below.
Summer in Poland with Rishworth Aviation and Enter Air
Choose from base options Warsaw, Poznan, Katowice, or Wroclaw for your summer in Poland. Poland has been attracting expatriates from neighbouring countries, as well as from the rest of the world, for many years and with a lovely, temperate summer climate, beautiful scenery, a fascinating history and exciting culture, it is easy to see why.
Top 5 Things to do in Poland
Sail the Great Masurian Lakes - The northeast of Poland is a vast expanse of little-known, interlinked lakes and rivers. All year round, boaties try their hand on Lake Śniardwy or Lake Niegocin, or paddle the scenic Krutynia River. The towns of Giżycko and Mikołajki make the best bases for sailing, cycling and paddling trips.
Socialise in Kazimierz - For centuries Kraków's Kazimierz district was a centre of Jewish life, but after WWII the buildings were left neglected. In recent years, bars, clubs and cafes have repopulated the area and transformed it into a buzzing area enjoyed by locals and expats alike.
See the Bison at Bialoweiza National Park - One of Poland's national animals is the European bison, which was reintroduced into the wild after dying out in 1919. The park is worth visiting for a second reason: it's Europe’s largest swathe of original, old growth forest. The land and trees have gone undisturbed by man for centuries.
Hike, Bike or Ski in the Carpathian mountains - In the far south of the country are the Carpathians, a narrow range of mid-sized mountains which run the length of the Polish border from Germany to Ukraine. The Karkonosze range in the southwest is ideal for mountain biking, while Zakopane, south of Kraków and at the foot of the Tatras, is considered best for skiing and off the beaten track in the southeast is the Bieszczady range, a hiker's dream, and the native lynx might well outnumber the people who venture there.
Experience Polish food - Beetroot and buckwheat, apples, onions and mushrooms picked fresh from the forest – the beauty of Polish cooking lies not only in the main dishes but also in the novel pairings, side dishes and seasonings. Some examples of Polish cooking include; herring in cream sauce, paired with sliced apple and onion; duck, goose or traditional beef roulade stuffed with smoked pork and gherkin and served with a dollop of groats; or potato pancakes and dumplings (pierogi), often filled with curd cheese or doused in mushrooms.
Rishworth Aviation has extensive experience in the European market, and our dedicated Stockholm based Enter Air support team will assist you through the application and screening process, and provide ongoing support when living and working in Poland.