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; midday over the unexplored jungles of the Congo, where the sun's rays never reach the ground; and the sweet afternoon breeze across the Ivory Coast will be indelibly etched in your memory. Day-to-day life with the friendly locals attract pilots to continue to fly in this welcoming and stunning continent. Exciting memories will accompany your decision to select Africa as your next flying destination.
Rishworth Aviation is recruiting Captain and First Officer pilots for RwandAir and their fleet comprising of A330 and B737NG aircraft. Rishworth Aviation contracts offer excellent terms and conditions for RwandAir pilots.
RwandAir, the national carrier of Rwanda, is based at Kigali International Airport and operates to over 20 cities spanning Africa, the Middle East, Asia, including the recently commenced three times weekly services between Kigali and London Gatwick and services to Brussels, Mumbai and Guangzhou (from October 2017) signifying the airline’s ambitious growth plans to expand their international reach, with future plans to fly to the U.S. RwandAir is a member airline of the International Air Transportation Association (IATA), and is an EASA, IOSA and ISAGO certified operator.
Rishworth Aviation is exclusively recruiting for Royal Air Maroc, and their subsidiary, Royal Air Maroc Express, for qualified B737NG, ERJ-190 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 and has its headquarters on the grounds of Casablanca Anfa 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 twelve other countries in Europe. Royal Air Maroc is rated as a 4-star airline by Skytrax, only one year after being awarded with a 3-star rating – recognition of massive efforts by the airline to enhance its level of service and quality in record time. This distinction has propelled Royal Air Maroc into the spearhead of major international companies in the African continent. Rishworth Aviation has a long-standing relationship with Royal Air Maroc, having been the airlines exclusive provider for 14 years.
Rishworth Aviation is delighted to work in partnership with Air Arabia Maroc to provide Captains on the A320. Offering an excellent roster pattern and with the airlines’ growing route network, this an exciting opportunity not to be missed.
With the head office in Casablanca, Morocco, Air Arabia Maroc provides scheduled services to destinations in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Turkey, among other countries. The airline has route expansion plans to start from October 2017, where a new base in Agadir, Morocco will operate services to Denmark, Ireland, Sweden and the UK. Now is the time to get on board and take advantage of being able to escape the winter by flying to the beautiful, sunny destination of Morocco, all year round!
Rishworth Aviation is delighted to work in partnership with our valued client Air Mauritius, to provide exciting opportunities for First Officers on the A319, A320, A330 and A340. With great annual leave benefits, good pay on offer and a 1 year contract 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 is currently serving 23 destinations in a network covering Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia and is the leading scheduled carrier operating in the Indian Ocean.
Southern Africa's landscape varies between grasslands, forests and deserts. Afrikaans, English and Bantu-based dialects make up the most common languages spoken in Southern Africa. Southern Africa is home to significant wildlife, resulting in considerable tourism.
The stunning landscapes and natural features such as Mt Kilimanjaro and Mt Kenya and the concentrations of wild animals such as elephants, buffalo, lion, gorillas, leopard and rhino, have made countries in East Africa popular tourist destinations.
North Africa is famous for the Sahara desert, the Atlas mountains, and countries such as Egypt and Morocco. As a result, the region has a vast number of annual visitors.