After the summer holidays, Brussels Airlines will open new selection rounds for pilots and cabin crew.
In order to prepare for the growth of the airline next year, one hundred recruitments are planned.
The airline plans to hire around 85 will be cabin crew, and for its growing fleet, Brussels Airlines will start a cockpit reserve list, from which some twenty pilots will be recruited in the course of the winter. Both young graduates from flight schools as well as experienced pilots are welcomed.
Brussels Airlines’ Flight Training Department expects to receive several hundreds of resumes and ask candidates to wait for the official launch of the selection procedure.
The registration will be opened in autumn and will be communicated on the company website.
About Brussels Airlines
Brussels Airlines, member of Lufthansa Group and a Star Alliance member, is the Belgian airline that offers the widest choice of flights to and from the capital of Europe, Brussels Airport. The company has more than 3.500 employees and 51 aircraft operating some 300 flights daily, connecting the Capital of Europe to over 100 premium European and African destinations and New York JFK, Washington D.C. and Toronto. Since March 2017 the airline operates 5 weekly flights to Mumbai, India.
On long haul flights, the airline operates an all new Business Class with full flatbeds and state of the art inflight entertainment, and a brand new Economy class with ergonomic seats and individual inflight entertainment touchscreens. Long-haul flights are operated with Airbus A330-200 and A330-300 aircraft.
On its European routes Brussels Airlines offers the choice between Bizz&Class, Flex&Fast, Light&Relax and Check&Go.
In addition to its 21 destinations in Africa and North America, Brussels Airlines and its intercontinental partners also offer long-haul codeshare flights to the United Arab Emirates, Japan and Thailand.
Brussels Airlines offers cargo capacity on all its flights, commercialized by the Cargo Department. The airline also handles the dai