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Old 7th Nov 2022, 09:25
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We do have a U.K. AOC but it is small and an EASA licence is the essential part.

Its not just U.K. based crews working on the G reg and the majority of the U.K. based crews only fly the CS reg
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Old 7th Nov 2022, 12:50
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Originally Posted by cheekychappy View Post
I understand at the moment NJs is hiring for Europe FOs on EASA licence, but are the UK based FOs on UK licences or is this an extension of the NJs EUrope? Is NJs UK a separate AOC?
Yes, there is a a UK AOC but as Globally Challenged as explained, it's comparatively small and it's not just for UK based crews. (callsign Artisan). The UK AOC came about because of Brexit, leaving EASA and cabotage rules.
To join NetJets Europe, you need an EASA licence. If you have a UK licence as well, that's nice but not required. If NetJets wants you to get one, they should pay... (note should). Many of the former UK lic holders who had to SOLI out to either the Netherlands or Ireland, have quietly got their UK one back paying for it ourselves.

The UK based FOs who were hired within the last year had EASA licences.
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Old 8th Nov 2022, 11:15
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Any News?

Hello to everyone, any news from the recruitment process? I have applied to the first officer position but I have no News from now. I was wondering If some of you got any email or anything from Kura . Thanks a lot.
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Old 8th Nov 2022, 17:54
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Hi, I have a few questions which maybe someone can shed some light. Have just passed phase 1 and phase 2 and ended up waiting 13 days after my online interview to find out, I was not successful. Was told I had to wait six months before reapplying. Have no issue with that except I do not know where I went wrong; during my interview, my interviewer gave me lots of good pointers and advice for phase 3. The only thing that comes in mind might be my flying hours. I have a total of 2800 of which 850 are between jet and turbo prop time. Would this fact make me fail this far down the process?
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Old 8th Nov 2022, 19:24
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Originally Posted by 4AE13 View Post
Hello to everyone, any news from the recruitment process? I have applied to the first officer position but I have no News from now. I was wondering If some of you got any email or anything from Kura . Thanks a lot.
Annoying though it is, if you look further up this thread you will see that Kura have form with being very slow to process the applications so unfortunately some patience will be required.

Good luck though
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Old 9th Nov 2022, 06:23
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Good morning, Thank you for the answer Ö so finger crossed and wait for good news. Good luck to everyone.
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Old 9th Nov 2022, 08:18
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Originally Posted by N.Floch View Post
Hi, I have a few questions which maybe someone can shed some light. Have just passed phase 1 and phase 2 and ended up waiting 13 days after my online interview to find out, I was not successful. Was told I had to wait six months before reapplying. Have no issue with that except I do not know where I went wrong; during my interview, my interviewer gave me lots of good pointers and advice for phase 3. The only thing that comes in mind might be my flying hours. I have a total of 2800 of which 850 are between jet and turbo prop time. Would this fact make me fail this far down the process?
Same thing happened to me and I re-applied later in the year and I start in 3 weeks. I was a lot more prepared the second time around.
Dust yourself off and re-apply.
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Old 9th Nov 2022, 08:27
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Originally Posted by redsnail View Post
Yes, there is a a UK AOC but as Globally Challenged as explained, it's comparatively small and it's not just for UK based crews. (callsign Artisan). The UK AOC came about because of Brexit, leaving EASA and cabotage rules.
To join NetJets Europe, you need an EASA licence. If you have a UK licence as well, that's nice but not required. If NetJets wants you to get one, they should pay... (note should). Many of the former UK lic holders who had to SOLI out to either the Netherlands or Ireland, have quietly got their UK one back paying for it ourselves.

The UK based FOs who were hired within the last year had EASA licences.

Well that looks like the journey ends before it begins with regards to Netjets. I am UK CAA licence only, Airbus and Boeing rated, yet useless for the EASA market of which I flew in for years. I was hoping the opportunity for NJ UK based operation would be my in.

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Old 9th Nov 2022, 16:59
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Thanks Boabity Shall continue preparing myself.

Best of luck when you start at Netjets.

Out of curiosity, what is your current experience?
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Old 10th Nov 2022, 08:25
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Originally Posted by N.Floch View Post
Thanks Boabity Shall continue preparing myself.

Best of luck when you start at Netjets.

Out of curiosity, what is your current experience?
I'm a fairly experienced bizjet pilot. Not that I think that matters all that much. The guys on my assessment had lots of wide experience.
The big focus seems to be on 3 things, Safety, customer focus and your ability to think on your feet. You're competence based stories should have good examples of these. They're obviously looking at your attitude and how you behave with people but just be yourself with that and you'll be fine.
It's all very much about making sure you're the right fit and that the company is right for you. A very sensible and well thought out process.

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Old 11th Nov 2022, 20:15
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Originally Posted by Boabity View Post
I'm a fairly experienced bizjet pilot. Not that I think that matters all that much. The guys on my assessment had lots of wide experience.
The big focus seems to be on 3 things, Safety, customer focus and your ability to think on your feet. You're competence based stories should have good examples of these. They're obviously looking at your attitude and how you behave with people but just be yourself with that and you'll be fine.
It's all very much about making sure you're the right fit and that the company is right for you. A very sensible and well thought out process.
Thanks Boabity! Shall keep all your advice in mind and better prepare myself for the next time.

Wish you the best of luck at Netjets 😊
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Old 12th Nov 2022, 19:24
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Out of curiosity. How long duration is the part of the recruitment that takes place at FlightSafety Farnborough? Days?
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Old 13th Nov 2022, 07:12
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2 days
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Old 17th Nov 2022, 19:32
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2 days
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Old 18th Nov 2022, 10:00
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2 days ago, one of our recent new hires had posted a very detailled report about the assessment stages. It has disappeared again. Was he asked to remove it, or did our moderators step in?
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Old 19th Nov 2022, 13:28
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Good point EMS,
i was also going to re-read it.
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Old 19th Nov 2022, 21:48
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Good point EMS, i was also going to re-read it.
I heard that it had revealed too much detailled information and that it may come back after some redacting.
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Old 19th Nov 2022, 21:57
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I'm wondering if anyone from Dec - Feb start dates have been told what their fleet is, I've not heard anything so I figure I will hear next week. There was mention that it had been done and we were expecting a message last week.
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Old 20th Nov 2022, 05:09
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I'm wondering if anyone from Dec - Feb start dates have been told what their fleet is, I've not heard anything so I figure I will hear next week. There was mention that it had been done and we were expecting a message last week.
That would be unusual - you normally find out when you get to your desk on Day 1 of company indoc training.
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Old 20th Nov 2022, 09:57
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The guys in my indoc and myself got their fleet assignment roughly two weeks before. It's all relative though, I had several changes to my fleet assignment before my Indoc so keep in mind that even if you get an assignment, it may change again (As many things in NJE daily life ).

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