In the situation of a global pilot shortage in aviation and difficulties related to pilot recruitment procedures, an innovative type of career event comes just in time to change that.Following a successful launch in Amsterdam (Netherlands) in May 2018, an aviation job fair called Pilot Career Show continues at new locations. The second event will be taking place in Istanbul (Turkey) on June 21st, 2018, inviting leading airlines and pilot schools to meet experienced and ambitious flyers.
Pilot Career Show is an exclusive event which represents a whole new attitude to discovering career opportunities in the aviation sector. Pilots get a unique chance to meet airlines and recruitment agencies in one place with no need to travel the world hunting for jobs, which also benefits to the companies, letting them find the potential employees and build useful networks with other industry leaders. This kind of job fair is an innovative solution in the context of the global pilot shortage and a fair step towards building an advanced, updated and time-saving model of pilot recruitment process.
The first show of the series, launched in Amsterdam in May 2018, inaugurated with a strong performance and received positive feedback from participant companies. With pretty impressive number of more than 300 pilots and cadets among attendees, the leading aviation companies such as TUI fly, Emirates, CAE, VOR Holdings and plenty of others were able to meet potential employees, have live interaction with them to, ultimately, find the best match for their needs. In addition to an impressive talent pool to choose from, the show also offered benefits serving as a venue for exchanging knowledge and experience.
Saving its core idea of an innovational aviation job fair, Pilot Career Show Istanbul is expecting to attract even more attention from industry insiders. More than 15 prestigious airlines and recruitment agencies have already shown their interest to participate in the event. The Istanbul show is also expecting to attract even more professionals and aspiring talents, looking for new job opportunities.
Having one of the busiest airports in Europe within its borders and being a transit point for the best performing airlines, Istanbul is unavoidably a pilot meeting place. Pilot Career Show in Istanbul will provide a platform for various interactions, including exchange of professional insights, networking and exploring current industry trends first-hand.
Due to the keen interest in Pilot Career Show from aspiring flyers, a special show for cadets and students, called Flight School Show, is also launching in the summer of 2018. It is an exceptional opportunity for flight schools and training providers to get to know the most ambitious students and cadet pilots. The first Flight School Show starts on July 3rd, 2018 in Rome (Italy), and is followed by three more shows worldwide!
Don‘t miss your chance to meet hundreds of aviation professionals in a day and find the best talents in the sector! Vacant places for exhibitors are still available for both of the events.
Pilot Career Show:
Date: June 21, 2018
Flight School Show:
Date: July, 3, 2018
More information: https://www.flightschoolshow.com
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