Another Record Month for AJS

Aviation Job Search is going from strength to strength and last month was no different. We recorded a record number of applications for February, see for yourself: 2014 – 27,977 2015 – 50,714 That’s year-on-year growth of over 80%! But Why? 1. Economic growth. The aviation industry has continued to grow in the UK which is great Read more

Plane Near Miss, an Aviation Job Search Investigation

Not for the faint hearted: Four times a real plane near miss beats Hollywood for drama. Read more

How Our New Mobile Site Will Help You

Our new mobile responsive site will make finding your dream aviation job so much easier! Here’s how… Read more

The hunt for ‘Red October’..? Swedish armed forces widen hunt for Submarine

On Sunday Sweden released a grainy photo in Stockholm’s archipelago as the military hunted for a suspected Russian mini sub with divers, helicopters and naval vessels! This has now been recognised as the biggest mobilisation since the cold war, the search within the Baltic sea begun on Friday the the 17th of October which rekindled Read more

Aviation Job Search Reach The NORA Finals 2014

NORA (National Online Recruitment Awards) Aviation Job Search NORA Finalists 2014 Firstly thank you so much to everyone who voted for us, we truly feel honored to to have been chosen and very happy to reach the finals. The growth we’ve experienced over the years is because of customers like you, who fathfully support our Read more

Jerrie Mock, first woman to fly solo around the world, dies aged 88

Jerrie Mock made aviation history 50 years a go, and chuckled when asked whether she ever got scared while circling the globe alone. “Scared? Let’s not use the word scared,” she said. However their were many.. Mock had plenty of heart rendering moments, from inadvertently landing in an Egyptian military base to noticing a burning Read more

Google glasses for cabin crew?

It maybe rare to see the controversial eyewear being used at the moment amongst cabin crew, but their are some private aviation companies such as Honeywell aviation. Which are creating a vision which may well revolutionise the way flight attendants carry out routine procedures, such as controlling aircraft temperature and closing window shades. The video Read more

Up Up and err…away? – School children tip the balance of Qantas airplane

A Qantas airline passenger jet turned out to be “nose heavy” on take off from Canberra Airport because sales staff did not estimate the weight correctly of a large group of school children by several tonnes. The group of 87 primary school children had incorrectly been classed as adults during the booking procedure, and resulting Read more

Honeymoon flight 'TERROR' for newlywed couple following turbulence which broke a flight attendants hip, and left another attendant unconscious.

A newlywed couple described how cabin crew were flung to the ceiling during an easyJet flight to Naples… The couple Lucy 30, and David Westbrooke 31 from Tunbridge Wells, Kent, (pictured below left) revealed how they had the flight from hell after the the easyJet flight from London Gatwick to Naples flew into severe turbulence. Read more

Ryanair learns its nice to be nice to customers following a major customer service overhaul

Ryanair noticed passenger numbers increase to record levels throughout the month of August, as the budget airline learns that it pays to be nice to customers. The budget airline Ryanair was branded by readers of Which in 2013 the worst budget airline for customer service however throughout August they flew a record 9.4 million passengers Read more