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buzzc152 18th Dec 2018 09:29

Yes. 2 years I believe.

EatMyShorts! 18th Dec 2018 13:50

To be precise, the bond is 2 years for light and mid-size fleets, 3 years for super mid-size and larger aircraft.

Globally Challenged 18th Dec 2018 14:19

Further to the above - there was talk of some new entrants joining the F2000 due to sim availability on the Phenom / XLS so the 3 year bond would then apply.

You won't find out your type until the indoc course and it could change several times during that week based on requirements

EatMyShorts! 18th Dec 2018 22:06

@GloballyChallenged: Apparently things have changed these days and successful applicants receive the information re fleet well before going on Indoc.

Klimax 18th Dec 2018 23:23


Originally Posted by Globally Challenged (Post 10311665)
Iím in a large UK operator (although they do have a few other AOCs)

ok, fair enough, guess it boils down to the willingness and the forward looking management of the company. Train and retain - something too many shitty operators don't understand.

Globally Challenged 19th Dec 2018 07:22


Originally Posted by EatMyShorts! (Post 10338831)
@GloballyChallenged: Apparently things have changed these days and successful applicants receive the information re fleet well before going on Indoc.

I'll let you know - I'm apparently due to be receiving my contract to return this week

Pilot35 19th Dec 2018 07:57


Originally Posted by Globally Challenged (Post 10339067)
I'll let you know - I'm apparently due to be receiving my contract to return this week

Congrats Globally, looking forward for some feedback on the process...

Pilot35 19th Dec 2018 08:08

Dears,

Any chance a NJE pilot living in Germany could detail the tax system there? Still 25% in Portugal then additional tax in Germany? Or all paid in Germany?
Per diems are taxable?

Txs in advance....

EatMyShorts! 19th Dec 2018 11:40

Germany: 25% tax in Portugal, no other taxes (for Netjets income) in Germany. Social security/pension paid in Germany according to German law. Per diems? What per diems? ;)

Miserable Old Git 19th Dec 2018 16:40

Eat My Shorts is correct, backed up by some German residents I know who work for us

Pilot35 19th Dec 2018 20:03

Txs for your reply guys...

bully85 24th Oct 2019 16:57

Hi guys, does anyone know when NJ is going to hire again in 2019?

Also the KURA website isnít working anymore, you have to login ( but you canít create a new account :/ )

EatMyShorts! 25th Oct 2019 11:50

Hi bully,

for the time being there are no plans of hiring more people, sorry!

bully85 25th Oct 2019 13:11

Eatmyshorts thanks for ur response.

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