We’re pleased to announce that we have launched a brand new forum for our aviation professionals to connect, discuss and debate industry topics. Our ultimate goal is to create a strong community whereby like minded individuals can ask questions, share knowledge, give support and in some cases, make friends.

The forum came about after speaking to jobseekers during events that we attend (such as EBACE and the Dublin Aviation Summit) and finding that there was a need for a platform whereby they could ask other professionals in the industry how they got on the first step of the ladder in their career.

We’re hoping to attract employers and other senior professionals who will engage with our jobseeker community and give them the answers that they are searching for.

However, we’re not solely limiting the platform to just careers advice. There’s plenty of space and scope for discussions about anything aviation related. Looking to find out how you cope with flight fatigue? Or where is the best place to go on a three day layover in Dubai? Ask the question and other industry professionals will hopefully reach out and share their expertise with you.

Managing Director of Aviation Job Search, Dave Capper said, “I’m really excited about this new venture. We started a forum on one our sister websites ‘Cabin Crew’ a few years back and we were amazed at how popular it became in such a short space of time. We’re hoping to replicate the success of that forum with our new one.”

To join the forum, simply click here and register.

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