- Company:West Atlantic UK
- Location:United Kingdom
- Employment type:Full-time
Are you an experienced ATR Captain looking for new opportunities and keen to join a team that has thousands of end customers every day? West Atlantic UK, a leading cargo operator in the UK, is looking for experienced ATR Captains to join our friendly team to ensure our end customers receive their deliveries on time. The role includes a fixed roster pattern as well as opportunities for progression to Ground Instructor, Line Training Instructor and TRI/TRE and more.
Cargo operations offer their own challenging and very rewarding flying opportunities that are very different to passenger operations. As an ATR Captain working for West Atlantic UK, you will be responsible for ensuring the safe operation of our aircraft to help our customers achieve their delivery targets so that their customers (you and me) in turn get a speedy and reliable service. West Atlantic UK is trusted by the Royal Mail, DHL, UPS and many more to provide that reliable service. We also operate ad-hoc charters for a varied customer base from transporting car parts and musical equipment into and out of Europe to moving dangerous goods.
Must have the right to work in the UK
UK CAA Pilot’s Licence
ATR Type Rated (preferably 200/500)
Current UK Class 1 Medical
Minimum 2000 hours with 500 hours on type as Pilot -in-Command (PIC)
ICAO Level 5 English
28 days leave per annum – leave year runs from 1st January to 31st
Hotels with breakfast and transport provided when operating away from base.
Free parking at EMA.
Training costs covered - bonds repaid by time served and not claimed back through salary.
Parental leave and support provided through our Family Friendly policy.
Peer support programme provided by both internal and external support workers. We are also keen to develop our Pilots equipping them with skills in addition to flying. That’s why we offer our Pilots additional roles (as available) should there be a particular area of interest which includes roles in Recruitment, Safety, FDM analysis and Training.
Potential to move to the 737 fleet.