1. Srilankan Airlines
Srilankan Airlines is the national airline of Sri Lanka, is an award winning carrier with a firm reputation as a global leader in service, comfort, safety, reliability, and punctuality.
Launched in 1979, Srilankan is currently expanding and further diversifying its wide range of products and services in order to drive the country’s ongoing boom in tourism and economic development.
The airline’s hub is located at Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo, providing convenient connections to its global route network of 62 destinations in 34 countries in Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, the Far East, North America, Australia and Africa.
Srilankan Airlines is rapidly expanding all its Airbus fleet of 21 aircraft excluding the two twin otters. It currently has 6 A340-300 aircraft, 7 A330-200/243 and 8 A320-200 aircraft.
As pilot gain more experience they are moving up the ladder which means pilots transform from one aircraft to another. For an example if an airline pilot gains more that 1500hrs on A320 type him or her then will graduate towards A330 type aircraft. 2. Determine the vacancy
When there is graduation nearby, chief pilot or the director of flight operation will inform the human resource management prior to 3 to 6 months. Flight operation department and human resource management department will discuss about the vacancies and finalize, that how many cadet pilots they are required in order to maintain flight operations effectively. HRM department then send the report to financing department and top level management to get the approval and the budget they are able to invest on cadet pilots. 3. Recruitment Advertising
Srilankan Airlines places their recruitment advertisements on Srilankan Airlines web site and news papers. Advertisement includes. * Job descriptions
* Job specification
* Education requirements
* Time validation of the advertisement
* Special Requirements for...
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