Hi there, i apologize about my question off-topic but i have just been told by some friends that if we apply to Ryanair as a flight attendant then they no longer take into consideration your application as a pilot. can anyone confirm that please ?
In light of reduced requirement for cadet pilots in the 2013/2014 recruitment period and the overwhelming demand for places on the cadet programme, the cadet pilot application portal is now closed until further notice.
Here's a question for anyone who has done he sim check this Year.I did mine a while back, but a friend of mine said that when He had the emergency He still had to fly the Aircraft and deal with the situation of a cabin fire.
When I had the same the simulator was frozen ,looks like He had a hard time!Anyone else had this?
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Last edited by jimmyjetplane; 14th Apr 2013 at 13:11.
Although we were told to "expect a non-normal situation" in flight, we got none in the sim. Seems it differs a lot depending on the instructor and/or candidates. I'm sure our instructor did not forget about it, but was apparently convinced of our CRM in some other way.
I would argue that it's normal to continue flying the plane, the "only" thing you have to do is to talk to your PM. They don't expect novices to complete memory items or checklists. Neither will you be asked to do airwork or navigate while dealing with the cabin fire or similar ! If you read this thread, the common thing to do is your PIOSEE, FORDEC or whatever you've been taught in your MCC and advice ATC but you won't execute the diversion or emergency landing etc. It's all about CRM.