Enter Air is a Polish charter airline with a head office in Warsaw, Poland, and main bases at Warsaw Chopin and Katowice-Pyrzowice. The airline operates holiday and charter flights to popular holiday destinations such as Spain, Greece, Turkey, Egypt and Kenya.
Enter Air's first commercial flight was in 2010. Since then, the airline has been expanding with consolidated record net profit of 191%, reported in 2019. The Airline currently operates 21 Boeing 737-800s.
Enter Air B737NG Captains will fly from operating bases in Warsaw, Poznań, Katowice, or Wrocław.
Rishworth Aviation has enjoyed a strong partnership with Enter Air for many years. We have over 30 years experience supporting pilots around the world, including extensive experience in Europe and with B737 Captains. Our European team, based in Stockholm, will ensure you receive the very best service while living and working in Poland. We pride ourselves on our outstanding support throughout the selection and screening process, and this high standard of service continues throughout your assignment with Enter Air.
Rishworth Aviation is pleased to work with Enter Air to provide B737NG Captain Type Rated & Non Type Rated opportunities for pilots who meet, or are close to meeting the following requirements.
Poland's capital and largest city Warsaw is a bustling metropolis. As the country's economic, higher education, artistic, cultural, finance and industrial hub, it is deemed to be one of Central Europe's most promising areas. World famous, Warsaw welcomes with open arms expatriates who are looking to live, work or study.
Warsaw's Old Town is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and the capital ranks among Europe's most attractive and livable cities, being a major central European economic powerhouse.
Polish is the official language in Poland, spoken by almost all Polish citizens. However, other languages such as English, Russian, German and French are also spoken in the country.
Poland has been attracting expatriates from neighbouring countries, as well as from the rest of the world, for many years. The country provides a variety of accommodation options and although the local rental market is comparable to that of other European countries, housing is generally more affordable.
Warsaw - One of Europe’s most dynamic metropolitan cities and ranked as one of the most liveable cities in Central and Eastern Europe. Warsaw is renowned for its bars, restaurants, art galleries and, most notably, several dozen museums and outspread greenery, with around a quarter of the city's area occupied by parks.
Poznań - Lies midway between Berlin and Warsaw, which has helped make it an important town for centuries. Badly damaged in World War II, the city - especially its Old Town - has been beautifully restored. Poznań is an important cultural and business centre and often tops rankings as a city with very high quality of education a very high standard of living. It also ranks highly in safety and healthcare quality.
Katowice - A center of science, culture, industry, business, trade, and transportation in Upper Silesia and is located in southern Poland. With a rich and fascinating history, today the city is considered an emerging metropolis. The whole metropolitan area is the 16th most economically powerful city by GDP in the European Union.
Wrocław - Awarded European Best Destination in 2018, this is Poland’s fourth-largest city and the capital of the area of Lower Silesia, not far from the German border in the Southeast of the country. Originally (in medieval times) built across several islands, the city still has many lovely bridges and beautiful architecture. Wrocław is a university city with a large student population, making it one of the most youthful cities in the country and has been placed among the top 100 cities in the world for the quality of life by the consulting company Mercer.