I don't know what airline it is but one thing is certain,by advertising it even more you have more and more chances to remain...Unemployed,unemployedFO apply to it,it wont hurt,then ask questions,now you've got yourself more competition,dogs eats dog....
I'm going to assume you are an unemployed FO who is desperately looking for their first big break.
If so, then you are a complete fool.
If my assumption is not correct then I do apologise.
A bit uncalled for. We've all been new pilots looking for their first break. Sometimes you get your hopes up when you see what looks like the promised land. A few years in the industry gives you the experience to know that if it looks that good it is definitely a scam.
Good luck Unemployed FO I fully sympathise with your position and hope that some fortune comes your way eventually.
The £45k position is, allegedly, for a Type Rated FO. After speaking with the recruitment firm concerned they told me summer is spent in 1 of a few UK bases, and winter is spent in Canada. Sadly though, they were unable to tell me the name of their client.
Some operators use a 737 three man crew on long duty sectors in the Pacific region. One real captain and two first officers of which one gets called Cruise captain to keep him happy. Wears 4 bars on his sector while the captain snoozes down the back and three bars when PNF. The union makes sure he gets paid an extra 15 grand a year. Not a bad rort if you can get away with it...
So one person confirming it is thomson and another confirming its not thomson.....
I personally think it has to be.
Big kick in the nads for us hold poolers who initially all applied and interviewed for a full time position at Thomson last year. Only to be told we had passed but could only be offered a temp position. A few months down the line and it would appear the job we applied for is being advertised once again albeit with some time spent in canada. Something that i would personally love to do.
Oh well, maybe Thomson isnt the shinier than shiny airline we all thought it was.