Published on August 13th, 2023 | by Jenny Jacobs


Emerald Airlines Recruiting For Dublin Base

Ireland’s newest airline Emerald Airlines is now recruiting newly qualified Pilots to join their team at Dublin Airport flying the ATR 72-600 turboprop aircraft.

In August 2021, the airline became the operator of the Aer Lingus Regional franchise, before operations launched on 26th February 2022. Emerald Airlines operates flights to the UK, France, the Isle of Man and Jersey under the Aer Lingus Regional franchise. Their fleet currently consists of 10 ATR 72-600s leased from Chorus Aviation and Nordic Aviation Capital.

This vacancy is for Qualified Pilots who have completed their training via a modular or integrated course at any IAA-approved ATO. Applicants must have; a minimum of 250 total hours, a current EASA ATPL licence, a current EASA Class 1 medical, unrestricted right to live and work in Ireland and an 85% ground school average, with no more than 3 resits.

Emerald Airlines run a 5:2:5:3 roster pattern and are offering a number of permanent positions. Benefits for successful applicants include a company pension scheme, life insurance, loss of licence cover, discounted health care, annual medical, licence renewal, uniform and staff cark parking as well as staff travel privileges. To find out more visit

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Jenny has been involved behind the scenes with Flying In Ireland since it’s foundation in 2002, initially creating the crosswords for the hard copy magazine. Since returning to Ireland from the UK at the beginning of this year she has begun to write more regularly for the website. Jenny is a director and the operations manager of a dedicated online pilot supplies shop and consultancy for pilots in Ireland in partnership with FlyingInIreland Editor Mark Dwyer. Their 4 year old daughter Maeve is the boss.

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