In the wake of a period of rapid growth, NetJets Europe has announced plans to recruit more than 100 pilots this year. Eligible pilots must have a minimum of 1,500 hours flying time, 500 hours multi-engine time and an unrestricted EC passport.
When the company launched nine years ago, it employed seven pilots to fly three aircraft. Today, NetJets employs over 500 pilots to fly more than 900 European customers on a fleet of more than 85 aircraft, ranging from the Citation Bravo to the Gulfstream 550.
Chief operating officer David Marcus said: "The recruitment of these pilots demonstrates the continuing aggressive growth of NetJets Europe due to the ever-increasing demand from customers."