IAG to increase Iberia pilot numbers

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP June 3, 2015 21:19

IAG to increase Iberia pilot numbers

Iberia has announced that in coming weeks it will begin hiring to fill 120 pilot positions. This comes 11 years without accepting applications. The new pilots will join Iberia over the next two years, starting this summer, according to a company statement. The additional cockpit staff will also allow Iberia to promote some 100 senior co-pilots to captain within the next 12 months. Iberia’s chairman and CEO Luis Gallego said: “The hiring of new pilots is a another milestone for the new Iberia, in keeping with all the good news of recent months, such as our new routes, new aircraft, leadership in flight punctuality, and the operating profit following six years of losses. This all stemmed from the agreements with employee unions, and our Future Plan, which involves all company areas.”

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP June 3, 2015 21:19