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Old 10th Jan 2017, 07:23   #121 (permalink)


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3 years LWOP offered to JQ AUS A320 FO to NZ....

AUS must be in surplus
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Old 10th Jan 2017, 08:24   #122 (permalink)
 
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Yes the Q400 is 29T, not sure why pilotchute thinks it is only 20T. Apart from the obvious differences between it and a jet, the Q400 is a great stepping stone from a prop to a narrow body jet.
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Old 11th Jan 2017, 08:11   #123 (permalink)
 
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Melbourne Centre this is Qlink 400 "heavy" request....

I can see the controllers in fits of laughter!
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Old 11th Jan 2017, 08:17   #124 (permalink)
 
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I think you're the only one being laughed at.
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Old 11th Jan 2017, 08:57   #125 (permalink)
 
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Some may mock but 'heavy' time can mean the difference between a candidate successfully and smoothly transitioning onto other more complex and weightier types or not quite making the grade.


An old sim instructor of mine once commented that he could tell those pilots who had flown heavy singles like 206s or 210s compared to those who had only operated light pistons such as 182s by their finesse.


In fact said same sim instructor said his most impressive student was a young Russian who had Tu-114 time!
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Old 11th Jan 2017, 09:46   #126 (permalink)
 
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Who really gives a shit what's defined as 'heavy' for recuitment purposes - I know guys with Baron time who got into JQ. Do what you need to do to get the interview FFS
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Old 11th Jan 2017, 13:00   #127 (permalink)
 
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There's always one.

As far as turboprops go, the Q400 is a heavy one. It's also a medium weight catagory aircraft. Meaning similar separation standards for light aircraft following it, to a narrow body jet.

It's not a Boeing or a bus, but it requires a similar workload and standard to fly it.
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Old 11th Jan 2017, 16:55   #128 (permalink)
 
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Are they still steadily hiring dash-8 f/os based in orcs
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Old 15th Jan 2017, 23:08   #129 (permalink)
 
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Anyone got jetstar testing in mid/late feb and want to share a sim?
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Old 25th Jan 2017, 03:06   #130 (permalink)
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Has and Jetstar Aus Pilots been given anymore info on LWOP opportunities to Vietnam?
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Old 11th Mar 2017, 07:12   #131 (permalink)
 
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So has the ADAPT test now being used in the selection process replaced the SHL psychometric tests? Or is it in addition to?
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Old 12th Mar 2017, 10:50   #132 (permalink)
 
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So has the ADAPT test now being used in the selection process replaced the SHL psychometric tests? Or is it in addition to?
Yep, SHL hasn't been used for quiet a while, and IMO ADAPT is a much better tool for pilots
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Old 1st Apr 2017, 01:46   #133 (permalink)
 
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Hey guys
Where do you actually apply to JSTAR A320 DE FO position? I can't seem to find that position on the careers page.

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Old 1st Apr 2017, 06:29   #134 (permalink)
 
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Where do you actually apply to JSTAR A320 DE FO position? I can't seem to find that position on the careers page.
Job Ad closed midnight last night. This was the link (now dead).

Jetstar A320 First Officers Australia/New Zealand
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Old 1st Apr 2017, 23:00   #135 (permalink)
 
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Roger that. I would say they are having a cleanup of the applications on file. Probably be re-advertised soon.

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Old 6th Apr 2017, 13:12   #136 (permalink)
 
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Now back open (with a new careers site for JQ)

A320 First Officers - Australia and New Zealand | Jetstar
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Old 9th Apr 2017, 02:16   #137 (permalink)


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Hi guys

Apologies if this has been answered before or is in the wrong area

Iíve been invited for the cadet testing in Melbourne and donít want to get ahead of myself but still just want to get a clearer picture of the lifestyle once youíre actually on the books and how rosters work in with the greater work life balance of today

I see a lot of talk on here about how many young captains there are at Jetstar, this has the obvious impact on promotion so at the moment how long could you expect to be a second officer for and then first officer?

I know you have to be prepared to move (which I would be fine with), but just wanted to confirm that the 787 bases are Melbourne and Sydney? Or can you get based in another capital?

For the A320 I imagine you get based in whichever city youíre needed the most, and then wait for appropriate seniority before being able to request a move? A few years ago there was a lot of news about pilots getting sent to NZ/Asia Ė does this mean a full on move to these countries is required or are you still based in Aus and just flying for these entities? Can this still happen?

Also what would a typical monthly roster on the 787 and A320 look like? On the A320 I imagine short haul is different, is it 5 days on 2 days off sort of thing?

Thanks again in advance
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A friend of mine has a mate whose cousin has twice the advertised mins, and a decent amount of multi turbine command but hasn't got past the 'thanks for your application' stage. Does anyone have current info on the sort of experience needed for interview?
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Old 12th Apr 2017, 18:37   #139 (permalink)
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A friend of mine has a mate whose cousin has twice the advertised mins, and a decent amount of multi turbine command but hasn't got past the 'thanks for your application' stage. Does anyone have current info on the sort of experience needed for interview?
It seems, for the moment, you need REX on your CV to get a look in.
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Old 13th Apr 2017, 00:25   #140 (permalink)
 
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They are processing huge amounts of applicants, most guys on courses at the moment are either from jet or regional turboprop back grounds
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