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Old 13th Apr 2007, 16:30
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stn corporate flying

Hey
Pretty sure its Air Harrods tho it makes me laugh in the advert as it says previous applicants need not apply- how do you know if you've applied before if they won't tell you who they are!
Brilliant job if kinda low key- don't think the lifestyle is 'exotic island hopping' tho you are treated very well from what I hear (friend of a friend) Also helps if you are gorgeous!!
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Old 13th Apr 2007, 16:43
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so probably the news about selling the B777 must be wrong or confussed...
Ha ha... could be.. or it could be a very short career!!

Mutt
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Old 13th Apr 2007, 16:47
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B777

... don't really get your humor Mutt, but, we'll see if this is going to be a short career or the career of our life... anyhow, you sound pretty frustated about it... why??????
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Old 13th Apr 2007, 16:56
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Hey,

It's the Al Fayed GIV.

My missus has been in corporate for 7 years.

She says this is one of those operations best left well alone! There is a regular turnover of girls. Be careful.



L.
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Old 13th Apr 2007, 17:15
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Not frustrated at all.... Only involvement that i have with that aircraft is that it was offered for sale to our VVIP fleet

I just find it humorous that when presented with facts, people immediately believe that these facts are wrong.

Good luck with the interview.

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Old 14th Apr 2007, 07:41
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If you check www.aviationjobsearch.com there was an ad for VIP crew...no company name given. Hmmm.... wonder who that could be???
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Old 16th Apr 2007, 20:52
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Usually the Good Private and Important VIP jets/company do NOT put who they are in the add!! But I guess everyone knows who they are...
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Old 19th Apr 2007, 10:02
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kALAIR

does anybody have an interview for Kalair in Dubai next week?
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Old 20th Apr 2007, 01:48
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VIP flight attendant job wanted in the Middle East

Hi Ladies and Gentlemen,
Would anyone know the details or web address of companies in the Middle East who need VIP or VVIP flight attendants/cabin crew?
l have experence in this area and am looking for something new in the Middle East.
Thanks
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Old 22nd Apr 2007, 10:19
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Wink VVIP Interviews

Quote "what I am curious about is what sort of things can I expect at the interview (really this is something that I haven't thought about before with 15 years commercial experience).
If anyone can help me with info on rostering (would I get one?)
How much notice on a call out?
Is it possible to commute from another country?
Is it usually a set salary or would flight pay be added too?
Do you get chance to have crew rest on long flights?
Of couse I will ask these questions in my interview but as they say, forewarned is forearmed!"
ROSTERING - depends on how big the operation, but if you're based somewhere it's 24/7 with phone and pager
CALL OUT - yes, how long is a piece of string? if the aircraft if big and the flight ops is small they may not be able to go within a couple of hours but we used to "scramble" in about an hour or so
COMMUTE - No, if you work rotation you are there for that time and at the end they give you a ticket back to your home
SALARY - generally per month, plus per diem daily depending on your location or deal- don't understand what you mean by flight pay it's not a charter
CREW REST - if it's a single operation not really on bigger crew then maybe but not long and not like commercial where you go off to bunk rest for a couple of hours on long sectors, hah those days are gone and look forward to 12 hours flying plus 1.5 before and maybe 1 after to do the washing, +clean up, empty water tanks in cold desitnations, put the plane to bed etc etc
Have a good interview
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Old 22nd Apr 2007, 12:47
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777

Hi hoopla,
Donīt know if you are or were flying VVIP on B-777, but if you do have any info on, how many crew are on board, popular destinations, etc... would be nice to know...
And for example, if on your month on duty, when you are based, letīs say in jeddah, london or Paris... must you remain at the hotel room till they call you to fly, or if you do have the phone and pager, can you go out in the city... etc... Do they let you know where you are flying when they call you out?? or itīs a surprise till you get to the plane?? ha ha... any info would be appreciated... Thanks!!!
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Old 22nd Apr 2007, 21:54
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Lightbulb VVIP Interviews

Are you for real???
VVIP Operations are known to be very "let's get up and go somewhere today.... if they don't like the weather, shopping or done business/ had lunch with friends it's time to go asap!!!"
Destinations - oh please with a 777 you can go a vvvvv long way and trust me when they want to go from the sandpit to Brazil, here there and everywhere they will. Couldn't tell you how many you'll have on board in your Op, if it's completely private?
You're not chained to a hotel room, but it's not very funny when you've got dry cleaning, laundry put in, gone out for the day or whatever, then when the call to be in the lobby in 40 minutes, got to get back, shower, dress and pack... not to mention get the catering organised.
Most Ops expect you to keep flight arrangements very discreet, so how the heck do you think you know when you'll be in London, Paris, Nice, etc??
Duty time is exactly that, if you sit and wait for a week and it's somewhere nice lucky you, but it's not that easy to say what you'll get, so be very open minded and easy going that way you'll love the job
Good luck again
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Old 23rd Apr 2007, 10:53
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Hi All,

Could anyone tell me the going salary for Europe based Private jobs. I know that most are 2weeks on / off but am unsure about pay. I would also like to know the going rate for Saudi based Private owned aircraft. Am currently on month on / off in Saudi and gettin 3000 US basic and 100US per diem. How does that compare to others?
Would appreciate any info
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Old 25th Apr 2007, 11:51
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Bahrain Royal Flight

Anyone got any info on working for Bahrain Royal Flight - preferably on ground in some capacity.
Would appreciate any info or their address.
Thanks
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Old 25th Apr 2007, 12:05
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RE:

This is there mail address
BAHRAIN ROYAL FLIGHT, PO Box 245, Manama, Bahrain
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Old 25th Apr 2007, 13:24
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thanks a million
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Old 28th Apr 2007, 09:04
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Cool ROYAL JET Abu Dhabi

Hey everyone,

I will be 35 this year and I am thinking to apply to Royal Jet in Abu Dhabi. Does anybody know is there any age limit for crew to join in? Also do you have any useful info or tips what to expect, how is it generally to work there, money, colleagues, how many crew work on a plane etc. ???

Anybody heard something positive about them???

Thanks so much, Ex EK crew
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Old 30th Apr 2007, 21:41
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Harrod's Aviation

Hi guys,
Has anyone info on harrod's aviation?? Which aircrafts do they fly?? Destinations?? and, of course, salary???? Please, any info will be greatly appreciated... Thanks a lot
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Old 30th Apr 2007, 22:45
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Harrods Aviation don't operate any aircraft, to my knowledge. Fayair operate Mr Al Fayed's Gulfstream 550 (G-HRDS), and Air Harrods operate helicopters...
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Old 2nd May 2007, 06:14
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Hi

the job in stanstead is for harrods aviation, its full time. Heard the money is nothing special.
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