Flybondi grows: receives new Boeing 737 and opens call for pilots

Flybondi grows: receives new Boeing 737 and opens call for pilots

The Argentine low cost Flybondi announced the arrival of its 13th plane, a Boeing 737-800 NG with which the company will support its operations.

The aircraft, which has a capacity for 189 people, completed a trip from the Chinese city of Jinan, passing through Tokyo in Japan, Alaska, San Antonio in the United States and Guayaquil in Ecuador before landing at the Ezeiza International Airport in Argentina in where she was received by the company.

“The company, with a workforce of close to 1,500 people, covers 20 domestic routes and three international routes, providing essential services for tourism, family travel, business, and freight transport,” said Mauricio Sana, CEO of the airline. .

In this way, Flybondi responds to the commitment to the development of the country based on local air connectivity that not only stimulates economic growth and employment in the different provinces it covers, but also strengthens the transport network throughout the national territory. .

Likewise, the airline announced the start of a call for commanders with which it seeks to strengthen its pilot plant and attend to expansion plans. “This call is looking for commanders who want to be part of the largest low cost company in Argentina. For more than 5 years, Flybondi has been one of the airlines that generates the most employment and that undoubtedly leads the development of the sector with its innovations”, said Eduardo Gaspari, Director of Operations.

To apply to the call, pilots must have a minimum of 5,000 flight hours with experience in a commercial airline and 500 hours in aircraft of more than 28 tons. Also, it will be a plus to have flown Boeing planes.

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Flybondi currently operates in 17 national destinations and 3 international destinations, through 23 routes.

Nicholas Fox

Social communicator and journalist with a postgraduate degree in politics from the Sergio Arboleda University of Bogotá. With more than seven years holding different positions in the airline industry, he is an expert in commercial and private aviation. Likewise, he has great interest in the development of sustainability issues and the use of new environmentally friendly technologies in the aviation sector. Favorite Aircraft: MD-11 Freighter

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