TUI Group is the world’s number one integrated tourism business and following our recent announcement that we are increasing our UK programme for Summer 2024, we are now recruiting B737 Second Officers to join TUI Airways at one of our many UK bases.
As a B737 Second Officer within our Flight Operations department, you will provide a safe and enjoyable in-flight experience for all our customers. It is 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, and we expect our pilots to embrace the customer focused culture and go the extra smile to ensure our service is the envy of our competitors.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join TUI and benefit from a lifestyle contract that reflects the seasonality of our business. In addition to a competitive salary, you will enjoy working full time in the summer season and part-time in the winter season, with the benefit of bidding for your time off to suit your lifestyle. Furthermore, there are no up-front training costs. Our pilots also benefit from a great pension scheme, private medical insurance, a generous leave allowance, an industry leading income protection scheme and a host of other benefits.
In this role you will report to a Pilot Manager who will support you through your career with us, offering unrivalled welfare support when you need it.
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Assessment Centres for these positions will take place during Summer 2023 with course dates commencing Autumn 2023
WORKING AT TUI
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.