Captain Jobs – Air France – Île-de-France

at Air France
Published 23rd June 2023
Location Île-de-France, France
Category Pilot Jobs  
Job Type Captain Jobs  


Description of the mission

Airline pilot is a very demanding job that requires a real passion for flying, enthusiasm and commitment, but also intellectual, psychological and physical skills. It also requires a good practice of English .

Above all responsible for the safety of passengers, the airline pilot is in charge of piloting, navigation, management of radio communications and technical monitoring of the aircraft.

Pilots are divided into two categories: Captain (CB) and Line Pilot Officer (OPL).

The Captain has authority over all the crew and passengers. He/she takes all the necessary decisions, from the preparation to the closing of the flight. Its top priority is to ensure the safety and security of the flight.

The Line Pilot Officer (or co-pilot) is second in the crew in the hierarchical order. The crew is always made up of a Captain and at least one Airline Pilot Officer.


To submit your application, several conditions are required :

• hold the ATPL or a valid CPL/IRME.

• hold the theoretical ATPL issued by an ATO certified by one of the Member States of the European Union.

• have valid "class 1" medical aptitude.

• hold a certificate of satisfactory follow-up of a crew training course (MCC)

• justify a level greater than or equal to 5 on the language skills assessment scale: FCL 055 / 055D currently valid

•have a TOEIC Test score greater than or equal to 850, less than 2 years old at the time of selection

• send 1 copy of the last 2 pages of your sworn certified flight log.

• send 1 certificate from the employer validating these flight hours.

• be of French nationality, of one of the other Member States of the European Community or of the Swiss Confederation.

• be able to express yourself fluently in the French language. Candidates who do not have French nationality must hold FCL 055 level 6 in French.

•not to have already been adjourned twice in shrink 2 to an Air France selection.

•not have failed in Air France or Transavia training

ATTENTION, new condition:

- Candidates who have already been postponed twice at the end of the Psy 2 Cadet, can now apply once for a PRO pilot selection; after 3 years and with a minimum of 1500 flight hours.


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