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Old 28th Oct 2014, 15:29
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Hey @elmore81, where do you get your figure of 600 pilots? Is that per year or over the next few years?? Also you have obviously heard something regarding the non hiring of Irish pilots? Regards SAR
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Old 28th Oct 2014, 15:53
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I saw an internal email via a friend

I haven't heard anything apart from what i see on here, i was speaking to an irish guy who swears that they won't take on irish guys, but unless someone tells you that from HR its all hear say.

I remember not so long ago that everyone was saying that ryr wouldn't hire 30+ yr olds, but thats clearly not true either.
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Old 28th Oct 2014, 16:23
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Yeah very true elmore81, think there opinion on 30+ has changed altogether, seems plenty of guys even up to mid 30s are now being hired. However the Irish thing still seems to crop up, what a shame considering it is an Irish Airline.
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Old 28th Oct 2014, 19:22
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Could someone please let me know the address of the Dublin Assessment Centre so I can book the relevant accommodation PM is fine.
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Old 28th Oct 2014, 19:24
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Dear all,

excuse me to disturb you in your conversation,


as per the requirements to apply we must hold valid JAR or CPL, ATPL, IR, MCC...
But can I apply if I have all of these licences but issued in the US ?


Thanks!
Good look all for your interviews
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Old 28th Oct 2014, 19:26
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Do you have an EASA licence? If so then yes.
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Old 28th Oct 2014, 19:28
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Thanks for your reply elmore81,

Not ESEA
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Old 28th Oct 2014, 20:55
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Assesment day the 11th of November

Hi everyone,

I passed the phone interview and got the assessment day date.
It will be on Tuesday the 11th of November. If someone else is planed for this day and want to contact me, you are really welcome (PM).

Good Luck.
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Old 28th Oct 2014, 21:45
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Irish issue.

Guys,
I've read several times about the "Irish issue".
In my opinion there is no reason to reject any Irish applying for RYR.

Maths can give us an answer:

- total EU population --------> 507,416,607
- total Ireland population ---> 4,604,029

This mean that Ireland represents 0.91% of EU population.

Further, you have to take into account the random style of the recruitment process. Many pilots are still waiting after 1 or 2 years and others got a call after 1 week.

Just my two cents.
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Old 29th Oct 2014, 01:13
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Hi @ eaglescout
So the assessment in DUB is at the simtech training center !!
There is everything you need in the briefing pack, they will tell you to stay at the Metro Hotel. It's good because there is a shuttle bus that drives you to Simtech.
Good luck !!
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Old 29th Oct 2014, 08:34
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Hi,

Is it really true that they have a certain standard, which, if one meets that level, they will take you on? I know many guys passing the assesment last year while this year all of the guys i know that went there failed the assesment :S. Do their preferences for school, nationality etc change and thats why the passing rates change?? Just curious...
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Old 29th Oct 2014, 11:50
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fish Acommodation Info

Your simulator assessment will be on a Boeing 737-800 FTD (Flight Training Device). Your assessment will take place at Simtech Aviation in Dublin, Ireland.

Simtech is located close to Dublin Airport at this address:

Simtech,
Kestrel House,
Dublin Airport
Logistics Park,
St Margaret’s Road,
Co. Dublin,
Ireland

The Hotel:

Metro Hotel Dublin Airport

There is a complementary shuttle to bring you
from the Airport to the Hotel and from the
Hotel to Simtech for each of your sessions.
Simply arrange pickup times with reception
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Old 29th Oct 2014, 18:46
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CAE

I missed the magic call while working didnt hear the mobile phone, had to sent a message to call me again...
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Old 30th Oct 2014, 07:58
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CAE1417

Anyone for TR in AMS starting 2 march?
PM me for invite to FB group
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Old 30th Oct 2014, 10:31
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fish Question

Do you know guys if there's some problems if you have 3 fails in ATPL theory exams?
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Old 30th Oct 2014, 12:59
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Talking

I've passed the phone interview and I've got the assessment in Dublin ( 4th November)

They ask me for my ATPL Theory only. No first time passes questions so I passed the phone interview with some fails in the ATPL Theory exams.

What do you think guys?

I'll may be rejected in the assessment for the ATPL fails?
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Old 30th Oct 2014, 14:51
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TR

Hi!

I'm wondering about the for the TR, do I have to sort the money thing by myself or does RYR offer me any support. For example the lend me the money and I pay back for 5 years etc?

Thanks in advance
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Old 30th Oct 2014, 15:13
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You have to pay yourself. 28500 EUR
This is VAT free, and you can deduct this from your taxes when you start getting paid.
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Old 30th Oct 2014, 15:14
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You've to pay it full. Ryanair hire you for 5 years. So with your contract you go to the bank and the bank give you 30000 (TR cost)
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Old 30th Oct 2014, 16:22
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Sombody knows if they tell
You have passed or not only at the phone interview or also by email? They asked me some questions about TT time etc but nothing about English test, they told me I will get more information soon, it means not passed? I just ask because mostly get direct feedback
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