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Old 29th Feb 2012, 22:22   #2841 (permalink)
 
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Ryanair pay?

Anyone else care to answer my questions please?

Johhny tightlips.....Thanks for the reply but do you work for RYR? If not,what do you base your answers on please?

Cheers !!
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Old 1st Mar 2012, 06:45   #2842 (permalink)
 
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Anyone else care to answer my questions please?

Johhny tightlips.....Thanks for the reply but do you work for RYR? If not,what do you base your answers on please?

Cheers !!
Yes I do with a few years now. Those answers are based on past and current experience. I have never been based in my 1st choice or any of my requested bases but I have seen many people that joined long after me jumping the queue and getting them.

You can make what you like of that
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Old 1st Mar 2012, 10:36   #2843 (permalink)
 
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Hi all,

Just to say thanks for all the information from the Pilots who 'actually' work for Ryanair..I was only making sure that anyone who commented knew their stuff and clearly you do!

You know what it can be like on here!!

Best wishes with your careers.
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Old 2nd Mar 2012, 11:25   #2844 (permalink)
 
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The basing policy has been screwed more this year! Especially if you want a UK base or a base that sees reductions in the winter. They now offer summer only positions in these bases. It just means they have less of a requirement to permanently base you there.

The basing with annual leave are the 2 worst things in FR. Someone asked a senior member of the flight ops department why they don't implement a fair basing policy. I.e. A simple php script that tracks all requests and displays the most senior. The reply was simple "...that costs money!"

It took me 2.5years to get my first choice base, that was with a lot of hassling the girl who overseen the process! command is round the corner and I'm in a base that sees summer only positions so my chances of getting back to my 1st choice in the foreseeable future is slim. I'm not trying to dampen anyone's enthusiasm here but merely write how it is. Eyes wide open!
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Old 2nd Mar 2012, 13:40   #2845 (permalink)
 
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Ryanair base policy

Hi Mr Bruce,

Would it be posible to be given a UK base and accept a Summer Job/contract only? Or is it more complicated than that.If the former would be possible,would that 'literally'mean no work whatsoever during Winter from RYR?
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Old 2nd Mar 2012, 17:45   #2846 (permalink)
 
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I applied and was rejected 2 years ago and did not get to interview stage. Also had to retake 2 ATPL exam's (studied whilst working full time) and have a few hundred hours.

Keep updating details in CAE database and dropped CAE an email this week without reply. Do they allow or accept second applications?
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Old 3rd Mar 2012, 02:19   #2847 (permalink)
 
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Jimmy, lets say for example you would be based in Budapest, you apply for a summer only position in Liverpool and get it, you would then return to BUD the following winter. Come next again summer you would need to apply again for the summer position if it's available.

CK you never know, we need awareness at all levels. If it falls on deaf ears then we tried! If that doesn't work then I guess it's a see you DXB in 4 years, after the pennies dropped!
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Old 4th Mar 2012, 10:44   #2848 (permalink)
 
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Budapest!!

Thanks for all the info' Mr.Bruce.

Budapest?!!! that!! I will go look up that train driving course instead!!
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Old 7th Mar 2012, 20:17   #2849 (permalink)
 
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Best of luck to the other 7 who went for assessment at Stansted today.

Hindsight is an amazing thing, on the way home I already knew a few parts of the interview / sim assessment which I wasn't 100% happy with, but the worst part is I knew the answers, but between stress and pressure (self inflicted) I didnt get that across at the time it counted!!

Just hoping everything else went good enough, now the wait begins.

For any people going for assessment, the team are fantastic, really friendly and laid back, with a great sense of humour. I found the 737-800 sim VERY demanding, it felt like a very brief flight and took a lot of getting used to, very sweaty hands by the end and I havent had to concentrate so hard on flying in a long time, but very enjoyable too.

Fingers crossed, all candidates today seemed like a great bunch and all the very best
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Old 8th Mar 2012, 16:54   #2850 (permalink)
 
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Ryanair

Hi mate, best of luck to you and all the others, I thought everyone came across excellently and I hope we all meet again soon.

I agree that the assessment was tough and I was kicking myself for some of the answers I gave at the interview, but they will no doubt take stress into account, it just shows how important the opportunity is to you!

I also think my sim check could have gone better, though you only get one shot at it and everyone will make mistakes under the circumstances.

To everyone with the assessment upcoming, it really is about as relaxed as it could possibly be. The selection team really do put you at ease, so just prepare as best you can and be yourself on the day.
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Old 10th Mar 2012, 08:56   #2851 (permalink)
 
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Is it necessary to have a current MEP rating? Or will a valid Me/IR do the job? Has anyone got tho the cae application and got a interview with a expired MEP rating?

Many Thanks
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Old 10th Mar 2012, 12:36   #2852 (permalink)
 
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You have to have a valid ME/IR
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Old 10th Mar 2012, 12:47   #2853 (permalink)
 
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So who knows why RYR do not want anymore Irish pilots??
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Old 10th Mar 2012, 13:06   #2854 (permalink)
 
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You got to have a valid MEIR when you start at the TR.
I have just passed my assessment, and starting on TR 23rd April. And my MEIR expires 31st April. So I asked Brookfield, and that was the answer i got
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Old 11th Mar 2012, 18:58   #2855 (permalink)
 
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73wannabe,

to try and answer your questions -

swept at 27 degrees cos thats what Mr Boeing and his team of engineers have decide is the most efficient sweep angle - you could discuss the benefits of a swept wing, don't go too deep into something when you don't have too, no point in trying to gain points, answer it correctly and you'll get just as many points, don't set yourself up for a fall.

regards the sim, not sure the standard calls for the sim assessments, but they are definitely there for normal line flying. I cant see any harm in saying positive rate when PF asks for gear up, shows that you are checking. However with the 80 knots if its not standard callout for the assessment then i would suggest don't say it. 80 knots marks the transition between RTO for anything and RTO for major malfunctions, but is also a check that the other pilot is still functioning and not incapacitated. If you call 80 knots...no reply, 100 knots no reply....your gonna have to start thinking about taking control and rejecting take off....bad stuff in a sim if all that has happened is a communication breakdown! again, don't set yourself up for a fall, do what is briefed in the assessment pack, no more no less. If you must insist on calling 80knots, make sure the guy/gal you're with knows what is going on - brief them before so you don"t both balls it up right at the start!

good luck
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Old 12th Mar 2012, 09:49   #2856 (permalink)
 
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I'd just keep my answers related directly to the question being asked, but that's just me. I don't like digging myself into any holes...plenty of experience in that!
But if you're confident in the subject being talked about and you have the knowledge to expand further then sure, go for it.

Are the 80kt and positive climb calls not in the briefing pack then? I can't remember. I'd just stick to what's in the brief, you don't want to start making calls your sim partner isn't aware of. Unless you discuss it before hand. On my assessment day I don't think I had the capacity anyway to be thinking of extra calls.

Still, all worked out fine in the end and I just followed what was in the briefing, and gave short, concise answers.
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Old 12th Mar 2012, 10:24   #2857 (permalink)
 
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7th and 8th of march assessments

Has anyone gotten they´r results from the 7th and the 8th of march assessment?
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Old 12th Mar 2012, 15:21   #2858 (permalink)
 
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How long is actually the waiting period after applying through CAE?
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Old 13th Mar 2012, 00:40   #2859 (permalink)
 
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@Fairpilot

Have been waiting for 5 weeks now. Still no answer from CAE. I am living in Germany aswell.

Has anyone here been invited recently while not being a UK citizen?

Cheers.
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Old 13th Mar 2012, 08:39   #2860 (permalink)
 
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Guys, the wait can be indefinite. You could hear a call tomorrow, next month, or never, with regards being called for an interview that is. With regards to finding out if you have passed the assessment or not, you could be waiting a few hours, a few days or a few weeks. Took them four weeks to get back to me!

Loads of good information throughout this thread anyway about waiting times etc,
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