B737 Pilot Jobs

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Rishworth Aviation is currently recruiting pilots for B737 pilot jobs globally, with our clients RwandAir, and Skymark Airlines. B737 Captains and First Officers are eagerly sought after for pilot jobs with a variety of packages on offer.

B737 Pilot Jobs

Pilot jobs are currently available to fly the B737 in Beijing, Guangzhou, Xi’an, Tianjin, Changsha, Poland, Kigali and Tokyo. Commuting options are also available. Please enquire with Rishworth Aviation for more base options and further details.

The B737 is one of the most popular aircraft operated by airlines all around the world, and is the best selling aircraft of all time. It is estimated that there are an average of 1,250 airborne B737 aircraft at any time, with two either taking off or landing every five seconds. With over 10,000 B737 in operation and over 4,500 B737NG and the new B737MAX on order, there is no better time to advance your aviation career this this proven fleet.  

Learn more now about our exciting B737 Captain and First Officer pilot jobs below.

Ref: JO2043
JO#2043 B737CL Captain

B737-300/500 Captain

West Africa
Fly for the largest Airline in West Africa on B737-300/500!
Ref: JO129
JO#129 Skymark Airlines B737NG Captains - Urgent Requirements!

Skymark Airlines B737NG Captains

Tokyo, Japan - with commute home each month
Ref: JO570
JO#570 Skymark Airlines B737NG Non Type Rated Captains - Urgent Requirements!

Skymark Airlines B737NG Non Type Rated Captains

Tokyo, Japan - with commute home each month
Ref: JO1558
JO#1558 RwandAir B737NG First Officers

RwandAir B737NG First Officers

Kigali, Rwanda
Expressions of Interest
Ref: JO1376
JO#1376 RwandAir B737NG Captain

RwandAir B737NG Captain

Kigali, Rwanda
Expressions of Interest

About the Boeing B737

The Boeing 737 is a short- to medium-range twinjet narrow-body airliner. The B737 series began development in 1967 and has since grown to include nine passenger models. The initial 737-100 made its first flight in April 1967, and entered airline service in February 1968. With timely upgrades, Boeing first moved from the original B737-100 to a lengthened model, B737-200. The launch of the B737-300, B737-400 and B737-500 followed. This series later became known as the B737 Classic, prompted by the launch of the B737NG (Next Generation) series, which incorporates the B737-600, B737-700, B737-800, and B737-900.  

The classic series was fitted with the optional Electronic Flight Information System (EFIS) rather than analog dials — this led to blurred terminology. As a result, B737-3/4/500 fitted with EFIS, are often abbreviated to B737 EFIS. The 737 was revised again for greater efficiency in 2010, with the 737 MAX series featuring CFM LEAP-1B engines and improved winglets. The 737 MAX began service in May 2017.

Variations of the B737 still in production have a range of 5,436–7,130 kilometres (2,935–3,850 nautical miles) and can accommodate from 85 to 215 passengers depending on the class layout.

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