AAI Recruitment Pilot Vacancy

AAI Pilot Vacancies        

No. of Vacancies Not Mentioned
Qualification Valid and Current ATPL
Max. Age 60 years
Last Date16th July 2012
Selection ProcessWritten Test

Recruitment in AAI for Pilot Vacancy

Airports Authority of India (AAI), a Miniratna Category – 1 Public Sector Enterprise manage 125 Airports which include 81 Domestic Airports, 25 Civil Enclaves, 11 International Airports, 08 customs Airports, is looking for suitable candidates for filling up the vacancy of Pilot in Command to fly AAI Dornier DO-228 flight Calibration aircrafts on contract basis for a period of two years. Interested applicants may send their duly filled applications on the address of AAI on or before 16th July 2012. Details can be seen below.

Job Details of Pilot Vacancy in AAI

Name of the Vacancy: – Pilot

No. of Vacancies: – Not Mentioned

Educational Qualification: – Interested applicants must hold a vaild and current ATPL on Dornier DO – 228 Aircraft with at least 1000 hours flying experience.

Salary: – Rs. 4500/- per flying hour and Rs. 1500/- per day as incidental charges.

Maximum Age: – Not more than 60 years.

How to apply: – Willing and Interested Pilots can send their duly filled applications with self attested true copies of all supporting documents on the address of ‘Executive Director, Flight Inspection Unit, Airports Authority of India (AAI), Near Delhi Flying Club, Safdarjung Airport, New Delhi – 110003’ through Mail or Speed Post or Courier or E-mail. Applicants must affix a latest passport size color photograph on suitable place on the application form.

Cut off date for this application is 16th July 2012.

Important Facts: –

  • No CPF, Gratuity shall be admissible.
  • If Pilots leaves the Authority before completion of two years, he/ she shall be liable to pay to the Authority cost of Checks on pro-rata basis.

Recruitment related more details are available on the web link provided below: –

‘Pilot Vacancy Details’

Official website of Airports Authority of India (AAI) is


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