Pilots at Coastal Aviatation, Apply by 11 February 2018
NAFASI ZA KAZI/AJIRA COASTAL AVIATION TANZANIA
Pilots at Coastal Aviatation, Apply by
Coastal Aviation The flying safari company
VACANCIES FOR PILOTS
Due to our growing commitment to our Junior Pilot Program, we are pleased to announce that many cadets have successfully completed the first phase of our cadetship program; as a result, we now have six vacancies for the program in 2018.
Coastal Aviation is therefore seeking application from suitably qualified Tanzanian commercial pilots with the following minimum requirements:
- Commercial pilot license with an Instrument Rating
- A minimum of 200 hours of logged time
- Be prepared to work outside Tanzania on contract
- A Cessna Caravan rating is an advantage
Are you the person for the job?
Email: email@example.com to receive an application form and more information.
Interviews will be held in Dar es Salaam and Arusha at a date to be notified to the applicants who meet our requirements.
This opportunity is with the cooperation of the Professional Association of Tanzanian Pilots.!
Source: Daily News January 29, 2018
The illustrious Safari, no matter how long or short, has always meant adventure, an element of chance and a potentially uncertain itinerary. Long distances, extreme weather and an occasional absence of roads or bridges have often colluded to make travelling in Africa an intrepid and magical, if unpredictable, experience. However, this changeability also contributed in keeping all but the hardiest guests away, denying the economic benefits that wilderness areas as bio-rich and bounteous as those of Tanzania might deliver in this modern age.
As tourism to Africa became more prevalent, bringing with it vast economic potential, the recognised challenge was to make Tanzania, and in particular the iconic National Parks and teeming Wildlife Reserves, accessible to many who might not otherwise consider themselves adventurous. Many pioneering entrepreneurs, including Coastal, were quick to identify what is fast proving to be the true National Vocation of Tanzania, namely tourism.
With arguably the largest protected areas in the world, home to unique array of bio-diversity and abundant quantities of wildlife, Tanzania natural assets should merit a claim to it being one of the richest countries in the world. To be sustainably so there was a need to make these riches accessible to all sectors of international tourism and the need to develop a true and robust tourism industry capable of bringing economic development to the country as a whole. As a result, tourism initially gave life to a great number of vehicle-based safari companies, who opened up the country to the new surge of visitors, transforming the economy at grass-roots level across large swathes of the country.