Southforward.com – An airline in Indonesia, Garuda Indonesia is reported to be recruiting pilots from the Indonesian Air Force.
Quoted from Kompas, Friday (6/7/2018), This was delivered by Garuda Indonesia Operations Director, Triyanto Moeharsono.
This recruitment is based on the airline’s lack of pilots to be assigned to Garuda.
Currently, the airlines are reportedly lacking at least 150 pilots. 8 pilots from the air force will be tried first.
Pilots from the Air Force who wish to join in Garuda must change the license first. According to him, the process of changing the license takes no time.
“The fastest 4 to 5 months from the beginning of his exam school first, we test first, we also test baseball directly receive aja.A good simulator, pass, we send CPL exam, because so far they are military,” said Triyanto.
Meanwhile, the Air Force has not given any response to this recruitment news to the media.