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Old 13th Mar 2022, 06:27
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Originally Posted by aseriesofleftturns
300 odd internal applicants whom all get interviews. 1300 external apps culled to 400. 270 required this year, 170 currently on hold.
A lot of Rex guys believe that Qantas is targeting them to inflict pain on the company. While it may make sense for Qlink but I can't see it being true. Has anyone heard that?
Also GLTA who applied.
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Old 13th Mar 2022, 07:10
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Is that number for internals getting interviews accurate for this round? Any idea what the chances are that an internal will be get a yes and put on the hold file?
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Old 13th Mar 2022, 10:03
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Originally Posted by skrtel
Could easily see it happening where, QFPP students go straight into Mainline. Hence starting a new long haul Toowoomba base?
That wonít happen.

Best case for any new internal/external is 6 months for a start date. There is still 50+ waiting for a date from the previous hold.

From what Iím hearing, donít expect a quick exit back to the east coast. Something to consider given commuting is significantly harder to PER these days.
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Old 13th Mar 2022, 10:18
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Originally Posted by Fujiroll76
From what Iím hearing, donít expect a quick exit back to the east coast. .
Why do you say that? What have you heard?
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Old 13th Mar 2022, 12:08
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Originally Posted by Fujiroll76
That wonít happen.

Best case for any new internal/external is 6 months for a start date. There is still 50+ waiting for a date from the previous hold.

From what Iím hearing, donít expect a quick exit back to the east coast. Something to consider given commuting is significantly harder to PER these days.
How long for a new hire to get B737 East Coast?
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 03:22
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Originally Posted by KBNA
How long for a new hire to get B737 East Coast?
Last wave straight into Melb and SYD on the 737 no training as an S/O
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 05:19
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When was this last intake and what is the seniority number for these new starters?
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 07:16
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Originally Posted by Props _are_for_boats
Why do you say that? What have you heard?

PER is likely to be a large 787 base when this all settles. As it currently stands, 2 SOís are currently active in the PER base. It will need to be rebuilt as all have taken opportunities on the east coast. At the end of the day, PER is the entry point - you do your time and transfer when a spot becomes available. Itís a matter of when not ifÖÖ.just donít expect it to occur on your first BP like last time.
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 07:21
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Originally Posted by KBNA
How long for a new hire to get B737 East Coast?
Allocations for the training year are due next month which will provide an insight into the demand for SH.
New starters East coast, 2 years. Maybe sooner could be longer. Plenty to play out
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 08:03
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Originally Posted by Fujiroll76
PER is likely to be a large 787 base when this all settles. As it currently stands, 2 SOís are currently active in the PER base. It will need to be rebuilt as all have taken opportunities on the east coast. At the end of the day, PER is the entry point - you do your time and transfer when a spot becomes available. Itís a matter of when not ifÖÖ.just donít expect it to occur on your first BP like last time.
fair enough
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Old 17th Mar 2022, 13:11
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Originally Posted by mig3
What a narrow minded thing to say.

Some barriers to consider - lack of representation, lack of female mentors, unconscious bias within the industry, sexual harassment in the workplace, increased scrutiny with higher expectations than their male peers, the "you only got the job because of your gender", the list goes on.

The 'lifestyle' argument is also nonsense. There are plenty of jobs with similar lifestyles that have better gender ratios.

Diversity is a good thing. We owe it to our female peers to make the industry as open and welcoming as possible.
What ill-informed virtue-signalling rubbish.

There is plenty of representation, both at the gate and on the media. Harassment is policed with the fervour of the Taliban on a beard inspection, and it is demonstrably true that fewer women in a population want to be pilots than the men do.

Engage brain before commenting on things you know little of.
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Old 18th Mar 2022, 00:48
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Anyone heard anything?
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Old 18th Mar 2022, 10:46
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NAFT 😂

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Old 21st Mar 2022, 02:56
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Anyone heard anything?
Just that ground schools have been offered for April, May and June with more to come
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Old 2nd Apr 2022, 00:18
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So how many of you got aptitude testing?
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Old 2nd Apr 2022, 00:55
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Originally Posted by Hawaiian.party
So how many of you got aptitude testing?
Internal or external?
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Old 2nd Apr 2022, 00:56
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I know of a couple of externals that got emails yesterday.
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Old 2nd Apr 2022, 02:07
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I know of a couple of externals that got emails yesterday.
jet time??
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Old 2nd Apr 2022, 02:35
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in my mates case >30 seat turbo prop (external)
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Old 2nd Apr 2022, 03:45
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We are swamped. Expect update soon email a few days ago.
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