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The Queen is Hiring a pilot to fly her private helicopter to royal engagements


The Queen is Hiring a pilot to fly her private helicopter to royal engagements


The Queen is recruiting and searching for someone to fly her to her engagements in the royal helicopter.

The position is advertised on the British Monarchy platform, which states that applicants with “VVIP experience” are “highly desirable” considering the passengers’ status.

“Joining the team, you will take on the role of either Co-Pilot or Pilot in Command, operating a Sikorsky S76 C++ helicopter,” the job description reads.

“The Queen’s Helicopter Flight (TQHF) consists of a small team of pilots and ground support, providing the highest standard of helicopter service to Members of the Royal Family on official engagements.”

Before beginning a new career as a pilot for the East Anglian Air Ambulance, Prince William worked as a search and rescue pilot at RAF Valley in Wales.

Prince Harry, a fellow Royal helicopter operator, flew Apache helicopters for the Army Air Corps, and Prince Andrew flew helicopters in the Falklands with distinction.


In addition to flight, the successful candidate would be responsible for administration and other logistical activities.

The royals are said to enjoy flying between the London palaces and the Queen’s residences in Windsor, Norfolk, and Balmoral, as well as to specific appointments.

Her Maj has been seen flying into Kensington Palace before, meeting her young great-grandson Prince Louis.

“As a natural collaborator, you have excellent communication skills and are confident liaising with a wide range of people,” the description reads.

“With high levels of attention to detail and time management skills, you are capable of planning accurate flight plans and are driven to operate consistently to the highest standard.

“Your initiative and problem-solving skills mean that you can think ahead and act proactively.

“Flexibility is essential as you will be required to undertake travel across the UK and overnight as necessary.”

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