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Old 31st Dec 2022, 00:53
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Good question. It is demand driven. Are you on Linked In?
If so, look up Kura and follow them. Then you’ll get notification of when the next round will be.
The application windows are not open for very long, maybe 2 weeks only.
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Old 31st Dec 2022, 17:55
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Originally Posted by redsnail
Good question. It is demand driven. Are you on Linked In?
If so, look up Kura and follow them. Then youíll get notification of when the next round will be.
The application windows are not open for very long, maybe 2 weeks only.
Thanks a lot, Iíve signed up and will keep my eyes open.
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Old 15th Apr 2023, 09:37
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Kura/NetJets Europe have opened up again for FO applications. Applications close April 24th 2023.
https://kuraairlineresourcing.co.uk/netjets/
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Old 15th Apr 2023, 10:56
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Anyone able to provide an updated "gateway" list?
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Old 15th Apr 2023, 12:53
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Originally Posted by Theholdingpoint
Anyone able to provide an updated "gateway" list?
Current approved permanent gateways are:
EDDF, EDDH, EDDK, EDDL, EDDM, EDDS, EDDB, EGBB, EGCC, EGGW, EGKK, EGLL, EGPD, EGPF, EHPH, EGSS, EHAM, EIDW, EKCH, EPWA, LEBL, LEMD, LEMG, LFSB, LOWW, LPPT, LSGG and LSZH

The approved temporary gateway (max 120 days a year) list is longer (it includes all of the above and the following) but that doesnít help you much as you need one of the permanent ones for your contract I believe:
EBBR, EFHK, ENGM, ESSA, LFBD, LFBO, LFLL, LFML, LFMN, LFPG, LFSB, LHBP, LIMC, LIPE, LIPZ, LIRF


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Old 15th Apr 2023, 13:29
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Thanks!
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Old 20th Apr 2023, 20:42
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Originally Posted by Globally Challenged
Current approved permanent gateways are:
EDDF, EDDH, EDDK, EDDL, EDDM, EDDS, EDDB, EGBB, EGCC, EGGW, EGKK, EGLL, EGPD, EGPF, EHPH, EGSS, EHAM, EIDW, EKCH, EPWA, LEBL, LEMD, LEMG, LFSB, LOWW, LPPT, LSGG and LSZH

The approved temporary gateway (max 120 days a year) list is longer (it includes all of the above and the following) but that doesnít help you much as you need one of the permanent ones for your contract I believe:
EBBR, EFHK, ENGM, ESSA, LFBD, LFBO, LFLL, LFML, LFMN, LFPG, LFSB, LHBP, LIMC, LIPE, LIPZ, LIRF
Which means that pilots who don't reside in the primary gateways, cannot work for NJ. You have to read the pdf file carefully before you apply.
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Old 21st Apr 2023, 16:01
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You can have an address at a primary gateway and still use temporary gateways for most or all of the year.
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Old 22nd Apr 2023, 12:11
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Does anyone know the starting salary for an F/O and time to command these days?
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Old 22nd Apr 2023, 18:23
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The table here https://www.pilotjobsnetwork.com/jobs/Netjets_Europe is correct. For the first 2 years it is 58,500 EUR gross, then it will jump to 66,300 EUR. Don't forget to add the productivity bonus, you can easily add 100% to the base salary.
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Old 23rd Apr 2023, 08:22
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Last year I joined, and earned 120,000E in total with the above salary + productivities and some extra days
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Old 23rd Apr 2023, 12:21
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Thanks for the info. Basic salary is quite misleading.
Still 5-7 years expected to command or is the recruitment due expansion leading to a possible reduction in that time?
Sadly I'm of an age where it starts to matter
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Old 23rd Apr 2023, 19:07
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Originally Posted by gunka
Thanks for the info. Basic salary is quite misleading.
Still 5-7 years expected to command or is the recruitment due expansion leading to a possible reduction in that time?
Sadly I'm of an age where it starts to matter
Why is the basic salary misleading? It is stated as what it is on PPJN and it is mentioned that you will earn so and so much more from bonus payments, also as explained here on this thread.

Time to command solely depends on growth of the fleet and rate of retirements. Otherwise it will happen by order of seniority and not by "previous experience". If we continue as are doing right now, new joiners could look at upgrading in 3 to 5 years.
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Old 24th Apr 2023, 17:17
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Originally Posted by TheAirMission
Last year I joined, and earned 120,000E in total with the above salary + productivities and some extra days
Congrats on joining Netjets!

Which fleet did you get?
Still randomly chosen by the company or could you chose it?
How many hours did you fly in a year?

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Old 24th Apr 2023, 21:07
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Originally Posted by Saab 340 ADM
Congrats on joining Netjets!

Which fleet did you get?
Still randomly chosen by the company or could you chose it?
How many hours did you fly in a year?

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Apart from an aborted trial offering a signup bonus to rated pilots (possibly only on the Phenom) then the initial type is essentially random.

Majority will join the Phenom and XLS though a few get the Latitude and even fewer May get lucky (especially in the opinion of those who have spent 15+ years on the tiny fleets) and will get Falcon / Challenger.

However once you are in then you can bid to change fleet (based on seniority unless itís a brand new implementation fleet).

Some chose to pass on the upgrade opportunity with less than 4 years in the company to move to the Global as SIC

Hours can vary greatly depending on whether you chose a flexible working option to commit to more / less than the primary contract duty days and there is also currently quite a lot of potential to volunteer for extra days giving extra day payments and obviously more hours (which factor heavily to the productivity element of our package currently)
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Old 26th Apr 2023, 08:33
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Originally Posted by TheAirMission
Last year I joined, and earned 120,000E in total with the above salary + productivities and some extra days
Congratulations. Well deserved. Thatīs well above what the shiny silver jets offer.
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Old 26th Apr 2023, 19:24
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Originally Posted by wondering
Congratulations. Well deserved. Thatīs well above what the shiny silver jets offer.
Just passed my 4yr anniversary and this tax year I earnt Ä107k and had an additional Ä29k into my pension on the Phenom while working an 80% flexible working pattern so plenty of time home with the family.

The money here is great and the options for working more/less as suits you. Upgrades coming thick and fast - hopefully to continue.

Just upgraded and now looking at Ä200k (still 80% contract - so an average of 11.8 duty days per month)

I would encourage anyone to at least apply (youíll have to wait for next time if you didnít get a CV in by the 24th) and get a feel for the company during the recruitment process - especially if you value your time away from work. But if you are committed to only flying a big business jet at all costs then the silver bunch is the way forward.
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Old 27th Apr 2023, 07:00
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Is anyone called for assessment yet?
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Old 27th Apr 2023, 17:54
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Originally Posted by Globally Challenged
Just passed my 4yr anniversary and this tax year I earnt Ä107k and had an additional Ä29k into my pension on the Phenom while working an 80% flexible working pattern so plenty of time home with the family.
Congrats on your fast upgrade to the LHS, what I have read in this post is that usually NetJets take 7 or 8 years to get the upgrade.

Originally Posted by wondering
Congratulations. Well deserved. Thatīs well above what the shiny silver jets offer.
What do you refer with shiny silver jets? Vistajet? I have never talk to anybody working there so the only numbers I know are those on pilotjobnetwork, but to me the worst in Vista is the 17-13 roster, Iím pretty sure that the crew are really tired, mentally and physically, from day 12-13 until day 17.


Iíve never applied on any bizjet or airliner in the past, but I think Iím gonna make a move in the incoming future, and I donít like airliners so for sure my next move is trying to get into the bizjets

Do you know if NetJets is strict with their requirements? I have all of them except the multicrew time, since Iím flying a twin turboprop as a Single pilot, with around 3000h TT.

Here we can read all the good and bad things at NetJets, payroll, roster, fleets, T&CÖ and every individual may know if that fits or not in his lifestyle, but Iíd like to know if some insider has time to explain how is your normal day by day.

Do you receive your boarding pass on your D-1 for your positioning flight? Can you use your frequent flyer or hotel fidelity cards? Do you have stby days on your ON days or its always 3-4 sectors per day? What about extended duty, how common it is?

For sure there is a lot more, but I donít wanna list all the stuff, so if anything else come into your mind it will be very thankful if you share it with us



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Old 27th Apr 2023, 20:42
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Originally Posted by Globally Challenged
Just passed my 4yr anniversary and this tax year I earnt Ä107k and had an additional Ä29k into my pension on the Phenom while working an 80% flexible working pattern so plenty of time home with the family.

The money here is great and the options for working more/less as suits you. Upgrades coming thick and fast - hopefully to continue.

Just upgraded and now looking at Ä200k (still 80% contract - so an average of 11.8 duty days per month)

I would encourage anyone to at least apply (youíll have to wait for next time if you didnít get a CV in by the 24th) and get a feel for the company during the recruitment process - especially if you value your time away from work. But if you are committed to only flying a big business jet at all costs then the silver bunch is the way forward.
How is the roster working an 80% flexible working pattern?

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