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Great job chance for Polish pilots, to come in Serbia where they would be welcomed and not far from Poland


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25 Dec 2015  #1

Let me announce with pleasure.... Great job chance for Polish pilots, to come in Serbia where they would be welcomed and at the same time not far from Poland. Much better to come to Serbia then in western Europe or over the oceans. Here, you Poles would be respected.

As it is said in the article below, Air Serbia would offer jobs for up to 30 pilots because of new transatlantic flights. In total more then 120 jobs in this field would be offered.

Salaries quite ok. European branch standard.

Please share info on other Polish portals. Pilots are occupations in demand in Serbia. Chance for Poles is real. Language not problem. English required (every professional pilot knows it anyway), Polish and Serbian are similar.

IF YOU ARE PILOT IN POLAND WITHOUT JOB SEND YOUR CV! BE PART OF TEAM WITH GREAT FUTURE!

and yes, GOOD LUCK!

"Nikola Tesla Airport ready for U.S.-bound flights"

Source: Tanjug Friday, December 25, 2015 | 12:26
b92.net/eng/news/business.php?yyyy=2015&mm=12&dd=25&nav_id=96495

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Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport is ready for flights to the U.S., Aleksandar Vucic said Friday opening a new passageway for official vehicles (Airport Pass D).

For US-bound flights, Air Serbia will recruit additional cabin staff, around 120 people, and 30 pilots, and one wide-body Airbus A330 is soon to arrive from India, the prime minister said.


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25 Dec 2015  #2

Great chance for Polish pilots looking for work but having no luck in Poland where aviation industry is worse than ever. Also, in Serbia Polish pilots, I am sure, would be given due respect for their skills unlike in Britain where they would not even be recognised, oh pardon me, they would be recognised as cleaners. Slavic and Eastern European countries should create more opportunities like these for each other.
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25 Dec 2015  #3

Great chance for Polish pilots looking for work but having no luck in Poland where aviation industry is worse than ever.

What are you talking about? LOT have restructured very well, and with restrictions on route expansion about to be lifted, they should do very well. I saw only yesterday that new routes to Zadar and Split have been launched, and their codeshare agreement with Air Serbia will help too. The aviation industry in Poland is not "worse than ever" - quite the opposite.

Also, in Serbia Polish pilots, I am sure, would be given due respect for their skills unlike in Britain where they would not even be recognised, oh pardon me, they would be recognised as cleaners.

Poor Ktos. Living in Australia, he obviously doesn't know what an EASA licence is. Here's a clue : European pilots have EASA licences, not national licences.

Slavic and Eastern European countries should create more opportunities like these for each other.

Why would a Polish pilot fly for less money in Serbia when his licence is valid anywhere in Europe?
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25 Dec 2015  #4

Why would a Polish pilot fly for less money in Serbia when his licence is valid anywhere in Europe?

Its questionable that many companies in air passenger transportation can offer equally optimistic package as Air Serbia can. In that package goes European level of salaries for branch but also future opportunities in company that have bright future. At this moment Air Serbia is among air-flight companies that have biggest growth of profit levels in the world. i would remind you that Air Serbia introduced rule that in a cockpit of a plane, during flight, at any moment must be at least two crew members. In application of this rule this company was faster then western European companies (as we all know some people already paid lives for this lack of sensibility by certain western European air-flight company which plane crashed exactly for this reason).

But, reason that i shared this info, in first place was to inform qualified Polish pilots that don`t have all-time job. Sure, Polish pilots that work for other air-flight companies also can send their CV to Air-Serbia. Its up to them.

The aviation industry in Poland is not "worse than ever" - quite the opposite.

i absolutely agree that LOT have future. Via codeshare agreement with Air Serbia, LOT gained practically unlimited market and logistical opportunities (former Yugoslavia, Non-Aligned countries (worldwide), China, Russia and former Soviet Union). i would go that far to say that right now Air Serbia bail out LOT. i like it. Let God give that Poles and Serbians control some of most profitable money flows of Europe, as it was case with our ancestors in the morning of Western world.

Great chance for Polish pilots looking for work but having no luck in Poland where aviation industry is worse than ever.

i think there are reasons for hope.

Then, Poland is big country and i am sure that Poland have quite enough qualified pilots to satisfy demands of both- Poland and Serbia.

Air Serbia - some job opportunities announcements from international newspapers

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Air Serbia Theme Song - The Wings of Europe
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26 Dec 2015  #5

LOT have restructured very well, and with restrictions on route expansion about to be lifted, they should do very well.

Do not tell me about LOT, it is a long standing Polish aviation company that you would not have any idea about, but I do, it is doing badly, it was better off under communist system which is laughable but that is the sad reality.

i absolutely agree that LOT have future.

Yeah, it has future with right moves, and yes Serbia is bailing it out, those westerners do not know what they are talking about, but I do not write to them here anyway.
weeg3  
26 Dec 2015  #6

not far from Poland

Crow, that isn't much of an issue if you are aircrew. For instance, I know a pilot with a Honk Kong based airline who lives in California. His commute is across the Pacific. EU based aircrew can live, work and pay taxes in any EU/EAA based country they choose.

Serbia isn't in the EU yet, is it? So offering these jobs to EU citizens takes away one of the few well paid jobs available to Serbians who want to live in Serbia.
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26 Dec 2015  #7

I think this for Serbians to decide not westerners or "great" EU members. In any case, Serbians can likewise find opportunities in Poland for jobs or business ventures that may not be available readily in Serbia.
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26 Dec 2015  #8

Crow, that isn't much of an issue if you are aircrew.

yes, you are right. On the other side, Poles who live in Serbia are closer to Poland, at least in cultural sense. Then, there is no humiliation of Poles here. Only respect on Poles, having in mind all historical and cultural connections. Absence of that pressure in direction of assimilation. One who is Polish and by his experience is able to compare Serbia to western Europe, in Serbia can found true freedom, actually.

Serbia isn't in the EU yet, is it? So offering these jobs to EU citizens takes away one of the few well paid jobs available to Serbians who want to live in Serbia.

True. Not yet annexed by EU. Anyway, if Air Serbia announce these jobs opportunities in international newspapers in English, it obviously means that there is the demand for pilots. i understand this. Its because of rapid growth of the company.

In any case, Serbians can likewise find opportunities in Poland for jobs or business ventures that may not be available readily in Serbia.

i absolutely agree.
weeg3  
26 Dec 2015  #9

In any case, Serbians can likewise find opportunities in Poland for jobs or business ventures that may not be available readily in Serbia.

Thats solely the decision of the Polish government to make whether non-EU/EEA citizens can visit and business can operate within Poland.

Serbians CANNOT 'likewise find opportunities in Poland'.

Don't you understand the fundamental purpose of the European Union?
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26 Dec 2015  #10

Thats solely the decision of the Polish government to make whether non-EU/EEA citizens can visit and business can operate within Poland.

Strict administrative decisions are for the people without imagination.

Serbians CANNOT 'likewise find opportunities in Poland'.

Poles and Serbians are people with imagination. Look at this situation with ban of import of Polish apples to Russia, because it was suit to western European interests. Then, Serbians (and Belorussians, they also have imagination) came and Russians now eat Polish apples. They know that they eat Polish apples and they are happy. Serbians are happy, too. As mediators in that process Serbs are well paid. All are happy, except those western Europeans who expected that Poland suffer and crumble being in between western Europe and Russia. Instead, they now see happy Polish apple producers.

See, Serbians CAN found opportunities in Poland.

Don't you understand the fundamental purpose of the European Union?

assimilation?
weeg3  
26 Dec 2015  #11

Serbians CAN found opportunities in Poland.

As smugglers and criminals. People with "imagination'.

Nice aspiration.
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26 Dec 2015  #12

As smugglers and criminals.

everything is legal, i assure you. People have correct papers.
pweeg3  
26 Dec 2015  #13

People have correct papers

Of course, paid to show that Polish apples were grown in Serbia, all legal.
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26 Dec 2015  #14

Western Europe force us to be elastic with regulations. See, papers shows that Polish apples were grown in Serbia in situation when other papers shows that Serbia as a country even don`t have that much land planted with apples. Only higher mathematics convincing Russians that are apples Serbian.

Polish LOT to profit on code share agreement with Air Serbia

LOT Polish Airlines promo Beograd - Toronto

playtravel.rs/vesti/zanimljivosti/548-lot-polish-airlines-beograd-toronto.html

Polish LOT promo flights from Belgrade`s Nikola Tesla airport

lot.com/rs/en/

On Belgrade`s airport Polish LOT is promoted as only air flight company in the world that in all intercontinental flights offering services in airplane Dreamliner (Boeing 787), what is considered to be most advanced passenger plane of our time.

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Poljski LOT je jedina avio kompanija na svetu koja svoj celokupan interkontinentalni saobraćaj obavlja avionom Drimlajner (Boeing 787) koji se smatra najnaprednijim avionom današnjice.

Source: b92.net/biz/vesti/srbija.php?yyyy=2015&mm=10&dd=19&nav_id=1053014

new job opportunities for Poles in Air Serbia. Hurry, hurry up, come. Here`s better then in western Europe. Extra bonus come in life free from humiliations and assimilation what is usual for Poles living on the west of Europe, Australia, USA or, God forbid- in Canada.

Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport welcomes Airbus A330
Source: Tanjug Thursday, May 12, 2016 | 09:14
b92.net/eng/news/business.php?yyyy=2016&mm=05&dd=12&nav_id=97975

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The plane will be used ........ a non-stop service from Belgrade to New York starting from June 23.

......... first non-stop service between a Balkan country and the United States in 24 years. .... By leasing the A330, Air Serbia marked .......... its development as a leading airline in the region.

(Full HD) *DELIVERY FLIGHT* Air Serbia Airbus A330-202 First Landing at Belgrade Airport!

youtube.com/watch?v=-jYK2xlhNUM

Poles and Serbians in business. From the last year`s signing of cod-share agreement between LOT and Air Serbia
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27 Dec 2016  #15

Pilots, don`t forget to apply for job

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Newest pilot of Air Serbia, Mrs Vesna Aleksic



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