Im a spanish dash 8 fo, meeting copa requirements. I have tried sending my papers to email@example.com , but it gets bounced back. I filled in the web application, but I´m quite suspicious of it woking properly.
Would anybody be so kind to provide me with contact details for the people in charge of pilot selection, or otherwise the hr dept?
I know on another forum I saw a guy say he was going to Panama for an interview with Copa this month. Not sure what his times were but looked like he flew the Saab-340.
I was born in Panama but moved to the US when I was very little. I've done all of my flying in the US but I'm curious if Copa would consider me at the Panamanian pilot minimums of 250 total hours. Anyone have any insight on this? Thanks
Yesterday a friend of mine recieved a mail from Carolina Henriquez ,they were bad news ,HIRING OF EXPATS FO MAYBE AT THE END OF THE YEAR,they are hiring currently only nationals ...I was shortlisted with other 20 Jet expirienced FOs ...inicially we will continue the assestment in May ,but now all is CANCELLED for the expats until further advice ...
COPA's way of treating applicants is quite extraordinary. I applied as DEC and I never heard anything, despite talking to various higher-ups. Never heard anything from Carolina Henriquez (not even a reply!). I called, emailed, was in PTY to make contacts ... nothing.
Then I get a call from a friend of mine, getting the info that COPA was in MEX last week on a recruitment show and "hired" quite a few Mexican pilots. Speaking of expats... which kind are we talking about? Latin-American nationals and non Latin-American nationals?
COPA is now hiring Captains. They are interviewing starting end of April, 2010 with a class in June and August. They have an agreement with Continental Airlines (because Continental owns their airplanes and the union there is weak and unable or incapable to enforce scope) that they give preferential hiring to furloughed and retired CAL pilots. I dont know about the rest of the seats. They have been very quick to respond so if u dont get a response then u can assume they are not interested.
There must be an easier way of contacting COPA directly as it seems their web process is dead in the water. I've been trying to apply for months now, off and on, but I always get nowhere. Maybe it has something to do with Panama and Canada internet connectivity?
Can you call them in Panama or is calling this Carolina the better option? Wouldn't mind some help/advice/assistance with this if you're so inclined?
does anyone knows what happened with the exams and interviews that copa did in mexico???
I was interviewed for a FO capacity a few weeks ago and I recieved an email saying that HR accepted me, they said the next exam would be in panama (simulator) but now i have been waiting and waiting for a date but still without one...