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Old 30th Jul 2017, 01:03   #681 (permalink)
 
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Don't know if those figures are correct, but I seriously doubt it. If people fail a lot it's because they lie a lot.

Questions about the polygraph are related to drugs, alcohol, problems with the police/justice, if your flight experience is real, if you lied during the interview and etc. It's uncomfortable because they place a bunch of electrodes on your body and you sit on an armchair faced to the wall while answering the questions, so you feel I little bit like a criminal, but the questions are really no big deal and all yes or no answers.

For the rest of the process, I'd highly recommend you buying the preparation package at latestpilotjobs.com and study through it.
Yeah, me neither, it's something that I read, rumors... but worried me a lot!

I really need the job so, going through an unknown process that I never did before it's what worries me the most.

Thanks for the info regarding the questions! That calms me down and also the prep at latestpilotjobs, I just bought it!

Well, thanks my friend! Keep it up.
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Old 30th Jul 2017, 18:19   #682 (permalink)
 
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Do you know if they are now accepting ICAO 4 as minimum?
For expats minimum is ICAO 5.
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Old 1st Aug 2017, 14:41   #683 (permalink)


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Yeah, me neither, it's something that I read, rumors... but worried me a lot!

I really need the job so, going through an unknown process that I never did before it's what worries me the most.

Thanks for the info regarding the questions! That calms me down and also the prep at latestpilotjobs, I just bought it!

Well, thanks my friend! Keep it up.

Are you in Panamá or going to this week? If yes, tell us how many guys are with you during the process? Where they came from and I will send you a whatsapp group that is a list of guys that have done it recently.

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Old 2nd Aug 2017, 05:52   #684 (permalink)
 
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Are they accepting ICAO CPL/Australian Licence?
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Old 7th Aug 2017, 01:14   #685 (permalink)
 
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Are you in Panamá or going to this week? If yes, tell us how many guys are with you during the process? Where they came from and I will send you a whatsapp group that is a list of guys that have done it recently.
Sorry, I just read this.
I was in Panamá this past week...

Everything it's just like whats on latestpilotjobs you can prepare the advance compas test, and have an idea of what the interview/poly test are gonna be.

This is what we gotta do on sim.
Frasca sim, flying Seneca II. Dont even worry about this, you can even fly it as its a single engine. What they are looking for is ifr nav/procedures.
MDSD rwy 17. Take off and intercept 170r outbound (almost runway heading) and climb to 3000.
4nm arc (right or left) with your HSI, but you can be checking your RMI. Cross 90 radials and thats it.
Then, vector for ILS. They vector you to a point around 2nm before the FAF and descent to 2000. On DA go around and shoot a missed approach as instructed by ATC. Do a holding and then CAVOK! So VFR landing on rwy 35.

They can not do ir easier, I have nothing to say about their screening. In addition, really nice hotel for you to rest and study. Good restaurant with lunch and dinner included. Transportation always on time. Everything as schedule. So prepare your self and good luck!!!!
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Old 7th Aug 2017, 21:36   #686 (permalink)
 
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"Good afternoon,

Thanks for sending us your updated documentation for First Officer position.

We notify you that we are currently recruiting candidates from America.

If there is a change on the part of the Recruitment Committee we will inform you.


Saludos
Pilot Selection"

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Old 9th Aug 2017, 15:28   #687 (permalink)


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Do you have icao 5 or 6? If yes try again
Yes, ICAO 6. Wilco. Thanks
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Old 9th Aug 2017, 17:37   #688 (permalink)


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hello,
I just have my interview booked for next week, could anybody tell me about the atpl questions if is it the same as lpj?

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Old 12th Aug 2017, 03:58   #689 (permalink)


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Sorry, I just read this.
I was in Panamá this past week...

Everything it's just like whats on latestpilotjobs you can prepare the advance compas test, and have an idea of what the interview/poly test are gonna be.

This is what we gotta do on sim.
Frasca sim, flying Seneca II. Dont even worry about this, you can even fly it as its a single engine. What they are looking for is ifr nav/procedures.
MDSD rwy 17. Take off and intercept 170r outbound (almost runway heading) and climb to 3000.
4nm arc (right or left) with your HSI, but you can be checking your RMI. Cross 90 radials and thats it.
Then, vector for ILS. They vector you to a point around 2nm before the FAF and descent to 2000. On DA go around and shoot a missed approach as instructed by ATC. Do a holding and then CAVOK! So VFR landing on rwy 35.

They can not do ir easier, I have nothing to say about their screening. In addition, really nice hotel for you to rest and study. Good restaurant with lunch and dinner included. Transportation always on time. Everything as schedule. So prepare your self and good luck!!!!



Could you give me some feedback about the atpl questions if is the same as lpj??
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Old 21st Aug 2017, 15:33   #690 (permalink)
 
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Could you give me some feedback about the atpl questions if is the same as lpj??
Hi there,

Sure I can, in fact, a bit more than just feedback. Take a look at this (Spanish translation).

Good luck there!

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Old 25th Aug 2017, 17:28   #691 (permalink)


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" Sure I can, in fact, a bit more than just feedback. Take a look at this (Spanish translation).

Good luck there!"


Hi there,
am interested in taking the test in a few months, and i was searching for some other questions besides the ones in the ATPL and found this forum but can't find the link you shared for the LPG.
No previous experience at all in aviation, am looking into applying for the flying academy.
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Old 27th Aug 2017, 22:46   #692 (permalink)
 
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" Sure I can, in fact, a bit more than just feedback. Take a look at this (Spanish translation).

Good luck there!"


Hi there,
am interested in taking the test in a few months, and i was searching for some other questions besides the ones in the ATPL and found this forum but can't find the link you shared for the LPG.
No previous experience at all in aviation, am looking into applying for the flying academy.

I don't know why, but it didn't uploaded the pic that I sent with all the Q&A. PM me with your email and I will send it.

I don't know their flight academy open positions rather than flight instructor... What you are looking for, to do flight training or work as a flight instructor?
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Old 4th Sep 2017, 19:21   #693 (permalink)


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I don't know why, but it didn't uploaded the pic that I sent with all the Q&A. PM me with your email and I will send it.

I don't know their flight academy open positions rather than flight instructor... What you are looking for, to do flight training or work as a flight instructor?
Sorry i can't DM since my accout seems to not have enough privileges. If you could DM me i'd be happy to reply.

Am interested in flight trainning to become commercial airline pilot.
I've been reading that the academy requires a previous test known as Compass with some basic knowledge but not sure how to get prepared for the ATPL
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Old 12th Sep 2017, 22:44   #694 (permalink)


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Someone know if the copa is requiring the ICAO level 4 again?
this information is correct?
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Old 13th Sep 2017, 12:06   #695 (permalink)
 
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Someone know if the copa is requiring the ICAO level 4 again?
this information is correct?

Yes they are, but an additional english evaluation will be required during the screening process for those with ICAO 4.
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Old 18th Sep 2017, 16:15   #696 (permalink)


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Hello everyone!

I have an unrestricted ICAO class one medical certificate but i know that a have a litlle colorblind problem, i fail in some Ishihara test plates.
Does anyone know if it will be a problem for me in the medical exams?

Thaks!
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