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Jobs in other EU states for multi-lingual low hours pilots?

Old 26th Feb 2006, 03:19
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Ozy
 
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So what is the name of this airline in Poland. Are you polish? Do they require you to speak polish? Can one get the job speaking English, Russian and Bulgarian? Could you give me a link to their website or a phone number where I can contact them - the Airline I mean.
Thank you in advance!
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Old 26th Feb 2006, 10:15
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Originally Posted by Air Polygamy
Well well well!
Is the UK emplyment market as good as it said to be or is it pretty tough to land a job after a frozen ATPL?
No, it is tough, very tough ! Do not think that it is easier here.
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Old 26th Feb 2006, 10:39
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Portuguese airlines for FOs normaly only ask for 300h TT TAP Portugal doesnt require a TR but most of the jobs goes to locals (new planes arriving means more jobs), as for the rest they do ask for TR but in terms of TT its more or less the same as above, EU nationals applying for flying jobs in Portugal have more luck with Portugalia Airlines or HiFly than TAP.

Worth a shot anyway.
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Old 26th Feb 2006, 14:50
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with the number of unemployed pilots(over 20'000 in europe, thats my statistic), It would be better to spend some money in a flight ticket and go knock directly at the airlines' door, than to spend wisely a fortune on type ratings, that nobody really cares anyway.(ohhh!!, I am so sorry!!!, what we need right now, is a Fokker 100 pilot, we do not have A320 )


in this business, it' s connection and luck!
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Old 12th Oct 2006, 13:57
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Guys, you all are holding the ATPL, isn't it?
I'm doing my CPL, so I think none of your kind suggestions will fit....
Any suggestion for me?
thanks a lot
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