How to become a Qantas pilot?
With Flight crew bases in Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne, Mildura and Sydney QantasLink offers successful applicants an exciting and challenging flying career with Australia's leading regional carrier in a two crew turbo-prop RPT operation.
As a QantasLink Flight crew member you will be responsible for making safety the first priority and ensuring maximum comfort and courtesy is extended to our customers.
The ongoing training we provide is of the highest standard and is highly regarded throughout the aviation industry. It is designed to ensure our impeccable safety record is maintained while developing our Flight crew to their full potential. In exchange for hard work and commitment, we provide Flight crew opportunities to expand their skills and experience including, but not limited to, command upgrades, training and checking positions as well as opportunities to move into regulatory and compliance roles within Flying Operations.
Given the nature of regional flying, QantasLink also offers a lifestyle that caters to all needs. The large variety of duties available offer pilots a flexible working environment with the ability to work throughout our extensive network which is always expanding into new and exciting destinations.
Although QantasLink is a large company whose network covers a vast number of destinations over many states, every pilot becomes part of our close knit team. Every member within this team is valued for their contribution to our company's visions and values.
If you are keen to join our Pilot team, based on your experience you have three pathways to register your interest:
QantasLink and UNSW have partnered to offer an exciting new career path for aspiring pilots. The program is designed for pilots who do not currently meet the First Officer direct entry minimum criteria. This new training path will provide motivated candidates with the necessary skills to transition into an airline environment.
Students who enrol in either the UNSW Bachelor of Aviation Flying or the Graduate Diploma in Flying may apply to become a QantasLink approved student. All approved students will then enrol in the Graduate Diploma in Advanced Flying which will enable them to be considered for a First Officer position with QantasLink. Further details of the QantasLink/UNSW partnership can be found at www.aviation.unsw.edu.au
To become a QantasLink Approved Student, all applicants must have an unrestricted legal right to work in Australia.
We have some exciting new opportunities for trainee first officers to join our team. Be a part of our future, in a role that offers excellent training and progression.
If you meet the minimum requirements and would like to be considered for a position with QantasLink, click the link below and apply for vacancies.
Note: when you apply to QantasLink, you are confirming that you meet the minimum requirements and you are willing to accept employment at any QantasLink crew base.
Jetconnect pilots fly our fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Our pilots are an integral part of the team ensuring operational excellence within a safety conscious culture.
Our pilots have a variety of flying backgrounds, each offering a unique combination of experience. At Jetconnect we are looking for crew who are professional, hardworking, safety conscious, have good interpersonal skills and enjoy working within a team.
The minimum requirements for selection as a pilot with Jetconnect are:
- Hold a NZATPL* - or - NZCPL* with passes in all written NZATPL exams and 250 hours PIC
- Current Class 1 Medical Certificate
- Hold a Multi-Engine Instrument Rating
- Level 6 English Language Proficiency Demonstration
- Hold New Zealand residency or the legal right to work in NZ
- Be able to swim 50 metres fully clothed then tread water for 3 minutes
* An Australian licence can be converted to a New Zealand licence via the TTMRA process.
First Officer Position minimum requirements:
- 2, 000 hours total flight time
- 1, 000 hours total Multi-Engine flight time
- Total instrument time - 100 hours
- Total night flight time - 25 hours
- Total time on Air Operations - 100 hours
- Boeing 737-800 Type Rating~