Eagle Flight Training is an official recruitment partner for Viet Jet Air.

We are currently recruiting A320 Captains and First Officers for VietJet Air to be based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Working roster is 6 weeks on and two weeks off with immediate start available. Enjoy a competitive pay scale with sector allowances, yearly allowances and management allowances.

General Requirements:

1. A320 Captain Candidates:

  • Total Flight time: 4000
  • Hours A320 PIC: 1000 hours

2. A320 FO Candidates:

  • Total Flight Time: 1500 hours
  • A320: 500 hours

a. Valid ICAO CPL / ATPL with A320 Type Rating

b. IR Valid

c. Valid class 1 medical

d. ICAO English Level 4 or higher

If you are interested to fly for VietJet please send your CV to hr@aviationschool.co.nz 

Only qualified pilots will be contacted with terms and conditions and will be asked to provided further information.


VietJetAir is operates an intensive flight network in Vietnam and is planning to expand its operation throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The airline’s mission is to meet the increasing travel demands of domestic and international travellers by providing punctual flights and a high quality of service, helping to lead the Vietnam aviation industry into a new era. During the 2014 Singapore Air Show, Viet Jet Air confirmed an order for 63 A320 aircraft with delivery beginning in May 2014.

VietJet Air currently flies international routes to Bangkok with flights to Singapore beginning in May 2014. Several more international destinations in Southeast and North Asia are expected to be added by the end of 2014, targeting services to China, South Korea and Cambodia.

The airline is also looking to launch its first services in Thailand with its new subsidiary Thai Vietjet. The Thai affiliate will begin operations with three aircraft Airbus A320 with potentially launching its first flights by September. In the longer term, Vietjet has also the ambition to venture overseas and add some wide-body aircraft to its fleet for services to Australia and potentially to Europe.