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Old 30th Apr 2018, 11:33
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Whilst it does take a significant amount of effort to successfully complete the EASA exams, what junior birdmen tend to forget is that having been issued with a CPL/IR comes the tricky business of gaining employment.
Clearly the more impressive results achieved in the exams and flying tests the better.

However the interview will be more than just a cosy chat. Not only will the "beer test" appear as an underarm test, but exploring your technical knowledge will sort out the sheep from the goats. Don't think for one moment you can simply dump the wealth aviation knowledge gained.
A measure of understanding is essential, which is not gained by simply concentrating on QBs.
Can you think outside the box? If not, why not ?
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