Cebu Pacific Needs Captains & FOs


Fly high with the Philippines’ leading airline!

Cebu Pacific is looking for Captains and First Officers for its 57 strong fleet of 49 Airbus and 8 ATR 72 aircrafts.
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CAPTAINS

ATR 72-600

  • Minimum of 3000 hours total flying time
  • Minimum of 1000 hours as Pilot-in-Command, at least 500 hours on ATR 72-600

Airbus 320

  • With current A320 type-rating
  • Minimum of 3000 hours total flying time
  • Minimum of 1000 hours as Pilot-in-Command on jet aircraft
  • Minimum of 300 hours glass cockpit experience (EFIS equipped)
  • Current type-rating with minimum 500 hours on type would be an advantage

Airbus 330

    • Type rated on Aircraft Fly-By-Wire
    • Minimum of 6,000 hours total flying time
    • Minimum of 2,000 hours Pilot-in-Command time on Aircraft Fly-By-Wire

For A330 Type-Rated:

  • Minimum of 5,000 hours total flying time, 2,500 hours Pilot-in-Command time
  • inclusive of 1,000 Pilot-in-Command time on A330

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FIRST OFFICERS

ATR 72-500

  • Minimum of 500 hours total flight time in fixed wing aircraft
  • Minimum of 25 hours multi-engine experience

Airbus 320

  • With current A320 type-rating
  • At least 500 time on type
  • At least 1,500 total flying time

Airbus 330

  • Minimum 3,000 hours total flying time
  • Minimum 1,000 hours on Fly-By-Wire Airbus

All posts require:

  • Valid and Current Pilot License (ICAO) and Medical Class 1
  • Last proficiency check within 6 months; last date of flight within 12 months
  • Minimum ICAO Level Four English

Be part of our team and enjoy:

  • Unlimited travel benefits
  • Medical Coverage
  • Permanent employment
  • Working in an environment with young, dynamic, driven and fun-loving people

PLUS, if you’re currently type-rated on aircraft type, enjoy:

  • Experience-based compensation package
  • Competitive productivity pay
  • Fast opportunity for upgrade

For A320 type-rated pilots, we offer cross-crew qualification on A330.

Interested and qualified applicants may email the following documents to pilotrecruitment@cebupacificair.com

  • Recent CV with picture
  • Copy of Passport
  • Copy of License
  • Copy of License verification from issuing authority
  • Copy of Class 1 Medical
  • Copy of last 3 pages of your Logbook
  • Copy of your current Proficiency Check and Instrument Rating
  • Recent Employer Reference with Contact Details of Referee
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CAAP: Philippines Becoming A Pilots’ Market


MANILA – The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) said on Tuesday that an exodus of over 150 Filipino pilots being recruited abroad to fly for foreign carriers could only imply “their proficiency and skills in handling jet engine aircraft.”

A case in point is Capt. Franklin Mallari Desiderio, formerly of PAL and now with Emirates, the first Filipino pilot certified to fly the largest passenger aircraft, an Airbus A380 double decker jumbo jet, that can seat more than 500 passengers.

CAAP Flight Service Inspectorate Service (FSIS) head Capt. Beda Badiola confirmed to journalists during the traditional Director General’s New Year Courtesy Call that Filipino pilots, especially pilots from flag carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL), are being offered “hard to refuse salary” by foreign airlines although some of them still choose to stay with PAL out of loyalty.

The exodus of Filipino pilots started around 1998 and continues because of the high salary scales offered by other foreign airlines, especially from some Asian countries and even from Europe, Badiola added.

“We are ahead of some Asian countries because Filipinos understand and are proficient in English language, which is the medium of expression for pilots,” Badiola added.

Badiola remarked that Filipino pilots who work abroad tend to automatically have their Philippine licenses converted to be valid in the country they are serving.

Badiola, who is in charge of the aviation regulatory office that oversees licensing of flights and validation of license of pilots and crew, said that the planned opening of an Airbus Training center in the country will put the Philippines on aviation road map.

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