Reflecting the continued global demand for pilots, Flight Crew Futures is a focused pilot recruitment event which brings together qualified pilots seeking new opportunities and recruiters. The next event will be held at the London Gatwick Hilton on 22 May 2019.

Engage with new and experienced pilots who are looking for genuine career opportunities

Whether you’re seeking experienced flight crew, or low-hour fATPLs to fill your left- and right-seat positions, Flight Crew Futures offers a cost-effective solution to your pilot recruitment needs.

Flight Crew Futures brings together airlines, recruiters and pilots together in a single venue Now on the fourth event, Flight Crew Futures is organised in association with the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA), which has access to over 10,000 of its pilot members. Recruiters are assured of a qualified audience attending. Flight Crew Futures is also supported by Aviation Job Search.

A cost-effective solution to recruiting new pilots

Save time, resource and budget. Let the Flight Crew Futures team manage the event, marketing and venue allowing you more time to engage with perspective pilots.

 

Who should exhibit?

  • Airlines recruiting experienced flight crew, from First Officers to Senior Captains
  • Airlines recruiting low-hour fATPL First Officers
  • Specialist flight crew agencies
  • Pilot contract agencies
  • Third-party simulator preparation companies

Find out more

To find how Flight Crew Futures can help your search for new pilots and the opportunities available contact:

Darran Ward – darran.ward@seager.aero  +44 (0) 1225 632194

Paul Yates – paul.yates@seager.aero +44 (0) 1225 632189

 

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