On behalf of Norwegian, we are now looking for Captains to operate on Norwegian’s Boeing 787 aircrafts.
- FAA ATP certificate or EASA ATPL
- FAA or EASA Medical Class 1 (EASA Medical Class 1 required before commencing flight duty)
- 6,000 hours total time
- 2,500 PIC hours on any EFIS jet aircraft
- 1,000 hours on a wide body or narrow body aircraft in long haul operation
- You must have the legal right to live and work in the United States.
- Successful applicants will be employed by OSM Aviation and based at Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport, FL.
- Duty period starts and finishes at FLL.
- Minimum of ten days off per calendar month.
- 28 days of annual leave per calendar year.
- Please contact OSM Aviation for further information regarding contract terms and conditions (contact details on the top right).
Training cost bond
Only pilots with a current FAA B787 rating or a EASA B777/787 rating will get a contract without the Non-Compete Clause. If you hold an FAA flight crew license, Norwegian will support conversion training to obtain an EASA license during a time of up to 2 years. During this period, you will operate under a waiver on European registered Aircraft.
Norwegian is the world’s sixth largest low-cost airline and carried 26 million passengers in 2015. The airline operates 450 routes to approximately 150 destinations in Europe, North Africa, Middle East, Thailand, Caribbean, and the US. Norwegian has a fleet of more than 100 aircraft, with an average age of 3.6 years, making it one of the world’s youngest fleets.
Norwegian was named the Most Fuel-Efficient Airline on Transatlantic Routes by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT). Norwegian was named the World’s Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline by the renowned SkyTrax World Airline Awards in 2015 and 2016, and for the fourth consecutive year, named Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline.
Nearly 6,000 people work for Norwegian.
The recruitment process
The first step is to fill out and submit your CV and application. You will then receive an e-mail confirming the receipt of your application. In addition you will be sent an invitation to do five online tests. You will not advance to the next step until the online tests are completed. Are you successful in the online tests, you will not hear from the recruitment team unless you proceed to the next step or we need more information from you. With the large amount of applications we receive, it may take long time until you proceed to the next step. Please note that it is an ongoing recruitment process. Interviews and simulator assessments will be held in the US and Europe.
To be considered for the position you need to register your different flight hours in your CV in Webcruiter under the section “Competence”. Please list all your flight hours as detailed as you can. Norwegian would like to see your hours broken down into as many categories as possible (aircraft type and PIC/SIC). PICUS hours shall be registered as SIC hours. Please also fill out all other sections in Webcruiter as detailed as possible. You also need to upload a copy of your flying license, a copy of your passport, a picture of you, and your own produced CV/Resume, all under the section “Attachments”. In addition, you should upload any other document you find relevant.
OSM Aviation will answer all your queries relating to the contract, employment and training cost bond (contact details to the right).
Applications can only be made through this website. Applications received via other sources (e.g. by phone, direct e-mail contact or through Norwegian employees) will not be accepted. Please note that due to the high volume of applications, reasons for unsuccessful applications will not be provided by Norwegian.
Equal opportunities principles will be applied throughout the process.