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CEXO, whilst I think the majority of your recent posts are abrasive in nature, I do have to agree. This thread is designed for those about to attempt a Ryanair assessment, not for those who wish to relieve anger and tension.
Hello englishman i have received the same mail than you and previously cae sent two emails more. I think iīm rejected but i donīt know why because my profile is what they are looking for if you check the pilot recruitment in the official website. Have you veen called after that email like zondaracer said. Thanks a lot for your help in advance. Good luck and kind regards
Hello lespaul06 i would like to ask you for the email you received from ooa. I received an email of cae rejecting me for the position but i meet all the requirements they order and even they didnīt call me for the assessment. is it a normal practice reject you and after that gives you a call for the assessment? Thank you in advance.
i would like to share this email with all of you because itīs a little bit rare for me cos i meet the criteria they request for the position even they didnīt called me but i was refused without any chance.
Thank you for your recent application for a position on the Boeing 737-800 (RYR) type-rating program.
We regret to inform you that your application will not proceed to the next stage in the selection process. Due to the number of applications received for this program it is not possible for the airline to provide feedback regarding your application.
If you would like your registration to remain active on our website: https://pilot.cae.com , you are advised to update your profile every 4-6 months. You should NOT create a new profile, as doing so will not be beneficial to applications which you might make via CAE in the future.
If your profile is suitable for opportunities or other programs conducted by CAE, our colleagues at CAE will then be able to contact you.
We would like to thank you for your interest in this type-rating program and wish you every success.
From what I have gathered over the past few weeks going through the assessment and process of receiving emails and phone calls from CAE, you need: first time passes in ATPL's - not a single fail first time IR test first series CPL.
These are also the questions you get asked when CAE phone you up. They want to confirm you have the above.
I obviously don't know what results you have, but if you've sent your c.v and you don't meet the above criteria, then they will probably reject you straight away.
10 days ago I received an email from CAE.Before this,they asked me to send my cv, last sim session and last flight. They said to me that this would be sent to Ryan and,if Ryan,"gave the ok"they would send me another email with the day and time I would be called ... my question is .... do you know how long it takes to answer yes or no? ?does Ryan often reject it after Cae mail?
On the 1st August I got the email saying thanks for your c.v, it has been sent to Ryanair, we will be in touch shortly if you have progressed. On the 2nd August. Email from Cae, we would like to discuss your application in more detail tomorrow, please be available by telephone 3rd August - phonecall from cae confirming details in my above post. Ryanair would like to invite u for assessment in 2 weeks.
So for me everything happened very quickly. I know someone who got rejected at phonecall stage for having failed one or two exams, so it looks like requirements are strict atm.
Hope this helps. Don't worry about it and concentrate on assessment preparation. Good luck!
1 fail in the theory it's allowed 1 retake on the cpl/ir/me is also allowed
nayra, sit tight, usually if you have passed the first filter ryanair won't say no, you will get the call from cae, and if they like what you say in the call, the will tell you that you will be invited for an interview right away (you might have to wait for an email with the date though)
And just to humour those people who don't understand what this thread is for: Join REPA and don't join ryanair, you will only fly 600 hours a year. xDDD
iF1y thank you for your response but you didnīt understand my question. The thing is that they didnīt call me and i meet all the criteria like any atpl or ir/me retake under 30 years... i donīt know but i think they choose applicants randomly
Hi guys, any update re Ryanairs' future recruitment plan as the expantion draws to a close?! I noticed today that I couldn't access my CAE profile via the link on the Ryanair web page. "this page has moved" when link is pressed . Is this a sign of a considerable change?!!!
Anybody preparing for the interview / sim: reading through this topic is a must! Nothing was asked from me beyond these. Beyond the technical questions, look into their eyes, be prefessional with humility. The interviewers were nice to everybody. But never forget: not you are God's grreatest gift to aviation and they know that very well. They need an employee executing the SOPs.
Not to change the topic but, I had to resit 7 theory atpl exams, should I even bother applying or am I wasting my time? I heard well it's been discussed that only 1 atpl resit is the exception. So are there any ppl who have had more exams resat and gotten through?