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Old 17th Nov 2006, 17:37
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Bertie,

38yr old, modular via various schools, part time ppl instructor and no contacts in Ryan. After eight years from trial lesson to recent success,
all I can say is, if you really want it, stick at it!!
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Old 17th Nov 2006, 21:02
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Avadoo, EGAC_Ramper and tablet,

Thanks, the replies provide a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel.
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Old 18th Nov 2006, 15:37
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Thanks for all the great info so far.
Does anyone have any copy of the plates of Luton apt. Ex. CLN 6B and the app for RWY26. And I need the power settings and flight profile as well if someone has it please pass it to me.
Is there a panel interview with 2-3 interviewers or is there only one interview guy?
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Old 18th Nov 2006, 16:26
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Mac,

Two interviewers, 1 human resources and 1 sim assessor.

Airfield plates can be downloaded if you log onto ' NATS '.

I would recommend at least a one hour session in a 732 sim if possible.
I know some guys have prepared with six hour sim sessions and still been
unsuccessful on the day !!
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Old 18th Nov 2006, 16:53
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I agree, I felt much happier having had some B732 sim time. Also you can download the SID & APP' Plates from the uk AIP, website:www.ais.org.uk.
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Old 19th Nov 2006, 12:17
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Post Plates for ryanair sim assessment

I downloaded the actual jepp plates free off thomsonfly recritment page as sim assessment the same. The approach plate is the same although thomson fly the ils and we fly the ndb. Just use the FAT and the loc spot heights for the profile. remember it is a full procedual app so learn the enteries for the hold style join.
It is at the botton of the pilot recruitment page,

Regards,

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Old 19th Nov 2006, 22:13
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Yes Tablet, I'm due to start the TR at SAS on 29th Jan, tho still tryin to raise the cash. Am also the wrong side of 30! Anybody know any bank managers that are open minded and have a sense of adventure?!!
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Old 21st Nov 2006, 11:23
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Cool CAE

Anywhere know of anywhere good 2 stay while at CAE?

Cheers

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Old 21st Nov 2006, 11:25
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Good man for posting ! - NO IDEA!

I'm on your course.

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Old 21st Nov 2006, 12:43
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CAE accomodation

Gentleman,

Other students at CAE wil help you with accomodation, I have visited some students I know from my ATPL class and saw that they have proper accomodation not to far from CAE.

There also is a school campus next door where students of the Aviation college next to CAE live.

So, don't worry, There is a place to stay.

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Old 21st Nov 2006, 12:46
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Jinster/RJEllis

Did you both not get the email from Latha re accommodation? I have it and can forward it on if you want.

See you both in EMA on 11th!

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Old 21st Nov 2006, 17:24
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I just recieved an email from CAE to breakdown again my Flighthours...GOOD SIGN ???
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Old 23rd Nov 2006, 13:20
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I think I failed the pre assessment tests , ok I am not that surprised because I was sick and could barely tink that day. But at least they could give me a call and let me know , the other guys have been told whether they failed or passed, but I have been told nothing .

Should I give them a call? I have sent an e-mail but no response , and before I did these tests they replied very fast.

Oh well. I think I need to activate plan b.
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Old 23rd Nov 2006, 13:38
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I heard from them 20mins after my sim ride by email
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Old 23rd Nov 2006, 13:42
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Originally Posted by Jinkster
I heard from them 20mins after my sim ride by email

Ok .. I havent done the sim ride yet. I did some theoretical tests, those who pass those may go to england and do the sim thing .. A school here in Sweden provide Ryanair with pilots.
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Old 24th Nov 2006, 08:18
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HEllo

How much does the rating cost - and how lon time can you expect to sit and wait for linetraining without pay ??
Asking because I have been accepted on PEgasus Airlines typerating course and 100 hrs linetraining and can be done with all of it in MAy 2007 so dont wanna pay more to Ryan and sit around waiting for 6 months to start linetraining

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Old 25th Nov 2006, 09:29
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Well there is problems I can see here Jannik,
If you do the type rating with Pegasus, and want to join Ryanair afterwards, you will need 500 hours on a 737 3-900, If you only have 100 hours you will need to re-do a Ryanair Type Rating. No exceptions.
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Old 25th Nov 2006, 09:48
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Hi Cojack

To be honest I would try to steer clear of Ryanair if possible after all the bad things I have headr. But since I applied to them over 2 yrs ago I finally got a reply 2 days ago (took them 2 yrs to get back to me)

If I have the rating and 100 hrs I should be able to get a job with another 737 carrier no problem - so would definitly not go for Ryanair if I have the rating and 100 hrs.
But dont think I will go to their assesemnt as its 2500 + travel etc more thant the PEgasus course which includes linetraining and I probably wont hear from Ryan again bofore sometime next year and Im scheduealed to start rating early January with Pegasus so wont bail out ion Pegasus to fail Ryan assesments and the have nothing.

Good luck to all ryanair applicants - hope you will get a reply within 2 yrs

Jannik
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Old 25th Nov 2006, 10:34
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Yet I havent been notified if I passed the tests or not, but now it doesnt matter to me anymore, I just got another offer that I will take. So Ryanair, congratulations you just lost a good pilot candidate .

If they only where a little bit faster they would have had me. But of course there are so many pilots out there who wants to join RYR so I actually, dont think that they will cry because I gave up on them .
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Old 26th Nov 2006, 09:19
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http://www.airlinequality.com/Forum/ryan.htm

give a look at this, and tell me if you want fly for an airline who serves his customers so badly!
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