Rishworth Aviation is exclusively recruiting for Royal Air Maroc, and their subsidiary, Royal Air Maroc Express, for qualified B737NG, ERJ-190 First Officers and Junior First Officers and ATR72-600 Captains and First Officers. Rishworth Aviation contracts offer excellent terms and conditions for Royal Air Maroc pilots.
Royal Air Maroc is the national carrier of Morocco with its main hub Mohammed V International Airport. The airline serves a vast network of over 90 destinations, 56 of which are international and flies to 17 cities within Morocco and 11 cities in France; it also operates routes to 12 other countries in Europe. The airline has gone from strength to strength in recent years including being awarded the title of Best Regional Airline in Africa for 2017. Rishworth Aviation has a long-standing relationship with Royal Air Maroc, having been the airlines' exclusive provider since 2002.
Rishworth Aviation is recruiting Captain and First Officer pilots for RwandAir and their fleet comprising of B737NG, A330 and Dash 8 - Q400 aircraft. Rishworth Aviation contracts offer excellent terms and conditions for RwandAir pilots.
Operating from Kigali, Rwanda, as its hub in the heart of Africa, RwandAir is one of the fastest growing airlines on the African continent. RwandAir operates in over 20 locations, spanning Africa, Middle East, Europe and Asia, with ambitions to further expand the U.S and China. RwandAir is a member airline of the International Air Transportation Association (IATA) and is an EASA, IOSA and ISAGO, certified operator.
Rishworth Aviation is delighted to work in partnership with our valued client Air Mauritius, to provide exciting opportunities for First Officers on the A319, A330 and A340. With great annual leave benefits, good pay on offer and a 36-month term, this is an opportunity not to be missed.
The long-standing airline was established in 1967 and is the national flag carrier of Mauritius. Air Mauritius is based at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in the capital Port Louis. The airline serves over 24 destinations in a network covering Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia and is the leading scheduled carrier operating in the Indian Ocean.
Flying over Africa is simply stunning; the constant changes of magnificent scenery will always hold the interest of a pilot. The dawn above the permanent snow-covered peak of Mt Kilimanjaro; the sunset over the Serengeti and midday over the unexplored jungles of the Congo, where the sun's rays never reach the ground.
Situated off the coast of Madagascar, Mauritius is an island nation of 1.2m people. The country consists of two large islands, Mauritius and Rodrigues, and other smaller islands. The Mauritian capital of St Louis is an island paradise, with tropical temperatures all year round. Due to its complex history, Mauritius has exceptional cultural diversity including a large expat community. With English and French as national languages, many pilots experience a smooth transition to the country.
Air Mauritius operates from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, which is situated on the southern part of the island.
Royal Air Maroc roles are based in the Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city. With a vast European network, a commute home to visit family and friends is a possibility or simply choose to spend your days off in a melting pot of culture and modernity.
Casablanca is a stunning port city and the commercial hub of Western Morocco, bordering the Atlantic Ocean. A distinctive and unique mix of French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style give the city a sense of European urban sophistication and this is the perfect base from which to explore two exciting continents; Africa and Europe.
Spanning several ridges and valleys, Kigali, with its lush hillsides and bustling streets, is arguably one of the most attractive capital cities in Africa, as well as easily one of the cleanest and safest. The climate is mild with lots of sunny weather and an average temperature of 26 degrees celsius year round.
The vibrant city is the economic, cultural and political hub of Rwanda, with a mix of cultural influences including Belgian and Middle Eastern. It offers a pleasant environment for pilots wishing to live here independently or with their family with its welcoming culture, a buzzing nightlife, an established expatriate community and excellent international schools.
Kigali’s central location makes it a great base for exploring greater Rwanda, as well as in its neighbouring countries of Uganda, Tanzania.