27 October 2022

TUI Airways UK | B737 First Officer

United Kingdom

TUI Group is the world’s number one integrated tourism business. Flight Operations is a function within our airline organisation responsible for providing a safe and enjoyable flight experience for all our customers. The Flight Operations function operates as a multi-disciplinary team of experts providing services across the UK and Nordics.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join TUI and benefit from a lifestyle contract that reflects the seasonality of our business. You will receive a competitive salary whilst enjoying full time working in the summer and part time in the winter, where you will be able to bid for specific time off, allowing for an excellent work/life balance during the quieter periods of our flying programme.

As a B737 First/Second Officer, you’ll provide a safe and enjoyable in-flight experience for all our customers. It’s an important part of our culture that we all contribute to ensuring our customers’ expectations are not only met but exceeded. We see the journey as part of our customer’s holiday; we expect our Pilots to embrace the customer focused culture and go the extra smile to ensure our cabin service is the envy of our competitors.

In this role, you’ll report to a Pilot Manager.


As First/Second Officer:

The Assessment Centre’s will be held at East Midlands Airport on the 21st and 22nd November.




At TUI, we’re ambitious to become the leader within the travel industry and to achieve this we’re looking to build a capable, creative team who want to be a part of accomplishing that goal. We never stop looking ahead, seeking new ways to delight our customers and grow our business.

Our ambition is to truly enhance our operation, our customer – and colleague – experience, and focus on our digitalisation agenda. We’re building a better, stronger, and more efficient airline for the future.


Apply online, we just need a few details from you and your CV.

We reserve the rights to close the application when we have reached the requirement.