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Old 25th Oct 2022, 14:16
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Anyone got any idea on when Q will take applications again? Still a big backlog?
I think they’ve got enough applications to process and fill courses for most of next year, so I wouldn’t expect recruitment to reopen until late next year, but as usual in aviation it could be totally variable so be ready to put an application in if it reopens unexpectedly sooner.
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Old 29th Oct 2022, 22:08
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Hey there, guys who are getting course dates now, out of interest when did you do final sim? Ive just got my yes so thinking 6 mths?
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Old 29th Oct 2022, 23:29
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Hey there, guys who are getting course dates now, out of interest when did you do final sim? Ive just got my yes so thinking 6 mths?
Did the process mid year. I’ve been told first half of 2023 by hr, so 6-9 months could be about right unless you have jet time it may be faster. I think most getting on course this year are ex jet drivers
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Old 30th Oct 2022, 02:30
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Four years
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Old 30th Oct 2022, 04:22
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Originally Posted by Change Tanks View Post
Did the process mid year. I’ve been told first half of 2023 by hr, so 6-9 months could be about right unless you have jet time it may be faster. I think most getting on course this year are ex jet drivers
Not the case...most are ex turboprop. if youre external expect more rapid call up.
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Old 30th Oct 2022, 05:32
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Originally Posted by RustyFlyerBoy View Post
Any truth to the rumour of 50 or 60 ex-Cathay guys applying in the most recent round earlier this year and if so, any news on how they faired?
Are you surprised? Have you heard what’s happening up there? Surprised the number is not in the hundreds.

The smart ones who were on non expat contracts left in 2016-2019.
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Old 30th Oct 2022, 16:00
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if youre external expect more rapid call up.
Yes of course, why would Qantas treat the people already in the group with any sort of respect or appreciation. . Absolute pricks.
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Old 30th Oct 2022, 17:13
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Yes of course, why would Qantas treat the people already in the group with any sort of respect or appreciation. . Absolute pricks.
Recruiting internally costs more due to the fact you need to train 2 people instead of one.
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Old 30th Oct 2022, 18:40
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Originally Posted by cLeArIcE View Post
Yes of course, why would Qantas treat the people already in the group with any sort of respect or appreciation. . Absolute pricks.
I’m guessing you won’t be working for said “pricks” then?

It’s basic business economics really, why take from internal businesses when they’re already short and external options exist that won’t leave other parts of the business struggling.

Be lucky there’s even an option. Years ago you would have been dreaming to move internally.
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Old 30th Oct 2022, 18:46
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90’s there was next to no chance to go from qantaslink to mainline . Took 3 in 9 years while get a job at kendals and get a mainline seniority number same day it seemed . Why take from your own regionals and incur a cost ? Take from opposition and they incur the cost .

slowest way into mainline is via qantas regionals . Been like this for 30+ years .
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Old 31st Oct 2022, 01:42
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Originally Posted by morno View Post
I’m guessing you won’t be working for said “pricks” then?

It’s basic business economics really, why take from internal businesses when they’re already short and external options exist that won’t leave other parts of the business struggling.

Be lucky there’s even an option. Years ago you would have been dreaming to move internally.
So give a seniority number to those people whom Qlink, EFA etc can't release etc then it doesn't matter if it takes a year or two. But that would require Qantas to actually respect and appreciate their people.
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Old 31st Oct 2022, 02:59
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They do, it says so on their website so it must be true...

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As one of Australia’s largest employers, our Human Resources team works closely with the business in the delivery of our corporate and people strategy. We have an unwavering focus on building a flexible and adaptable workforce, driving leadership capability, improving productivity and creating safe workplaces.

We're proud of our fleet but our greatest pride is in our people. We work hard to identify talented people and help them realise their potential.
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Old 31st Oct 2022, 14:20
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Haha what a joke that is. Loyal pilots who’ve stayed in the group have been pushed to the bottom of the hold file while others at the competition have been given priority….
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Old 3rd Nov 2022, 12:46
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Originally Posted by KAPAC View Post
90’s there was next to no chance to go from qantaslink to mainline . Took 3 in 9 years while get a job at kendals and get a mainline seniority number same day it seemed . Why take from your own regionals and incur a cost ? Take from opposition and they incur the cost .

slowest way into mainline is via qantas regionals . Been like this for 30+ years .
True although the company has made big changes to streamline the internal AOC transfer process in recent years. Obviously there's reason for this...? Perhaps they see the benefit in hiring from 'within'
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Old 4th Nov 2022, 03:42
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What’s everyone’s thoughts on joining as a 45 year old. Good move or not? Other options are command a320 but at secondary carriers.
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Old 4th Nov 2022, 07:43
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What’s everyone’s thoughts on joining as a 45 year old. Good move or not? Other options are command a320 but at secondary carriers.
I think its personal choice. I know many Mid 40 and early 50 year olds going to mainline for the lifestyle with view to retire in a decade.
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Old 4th Nov 2022, 08:28
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I joined at age 46, have had a great career, s/o 747, f/o 767, 380 s/o, Capt 737 currently.
now 20 years since joining.
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Old 2nd Dec 2022, 06:45
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Originally Posted by On Guard View Post
Hey there, guys who are getting course dates now, out of interest when did you do final sim? Ive just got my yes so thinking 6 mths?
Has anyone heard any recent updates? Cheers
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Old 4th Dec 2022, 18:02
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Has anyone heard any recent updates? Cheers
Courses filled to June 2023
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Old 4th Dec 2022, 22:49
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Courses filled to June 2023
Planned courses to June at a minimum but they haven't actually called up hold file candidates yet, supposedly they have only gone as far as Feb.
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