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Old 1st Oct 2015, 16:30
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@marcoBCN & finswe: I received mail at this same time as you and just one hour ago received mail with details about telephone call. But one of my friend has the same situation and still waiting for mail... so I suggest to wait a little bit longer
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Old 1st Oct 2015, 19:33
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Is there someone who didnt have first time passes during atpl theory exams but still got accepted for the training? From reading posts here I understand that they ask about it during phone call interview and maximum is one fail, so there is no way for someone with more fails passing this part?
Thanks a lot to anyone for answering me
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Old 2nd Oct 2015, 04:52
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From reading posts here I understand that they ask about it during phone call interview and maximum is one fail, so there is no way for someone with more fails passing this part?
It is a myth what you wrote. I had 2 fails in ATPL and I was invited for assessment... They asked me about these fails during phone interview and during 'normal' interview in Dublin and I think it doesn't matter. My friend joined RYR in July with 2 or 3 fails. So, stay positive!
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Old 2nd Oct 2015, 15:13
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2nd assessment

I didn't pass the interview. Is there someone that has the second call from CAE?
or do you know someone got a second call?
If yes... what do you answer when they ask ''it's first time have you been contact regard application from Ryanair?''

thank you and good luck..
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Old 2nd Oct 2015, 15:43
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CAE1527 - 25th of January 2016

CAE1527 - 25th of January 2016

https://www.facebook.com/groups/932760373467088/

please feel welcome to join
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Old 6th Oct 2015, 12:15
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CV request email

Has anyone apart from the one person that has replied on this post, received either a phone call or an email from CAE/Ryan air, since they received the CV request email on 22/23rd September?
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Old 6th Oct 2015, 19:41
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hi guys, I'm waiting for an interview in rayanair like most of you, i think. I' haven't received any mails yet. I would like to know which kind of questions they ask usually, could some of you send me same interview's examples?
thanks guys.
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Old 8th Oct 2015, 19:26
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Hi all,
I got the CV approved email oct 1st, got the phone call interview today.

Assesment on the 21st
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Old 8th Oct 2015, 20:06
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I received the CV request email on the 23rd and the 24rd I replied with my CV together with answered questions. I have not heard anything back yet and 2 weeks has passed. Is that normal? Has anyone waited that long?

Cheers
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Old 8th Oct 2015, 20:30
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when did you receive the initial CV request email?

got mine on the 23 September, and replied the next day but go nothing since then
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Old 8th Oct 2015, 20:57
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For me the same.. Mail received the 23rd but still no news from CAE!
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Old 9th Oct 2015, 06:53
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Same here.
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Old 9th Oct 2015, 12:54
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same here.
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Old 9th Oct 2015, 19:19
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My successful Ryanair assessment

Hi everybody,

I am 31's old with 1200 TOT hours of executive jet.

Besides the fact I fly,before the assessment,I prepared myself studying all the 275 pages of this post (with an huge help of a friend)and I spent around 6/8 hours of simulator training.In few words I tried to give my best.

I did the assessment in Dublin on september the 30th.

Meeting at 9:15 a.m.
Everything was quite and the atmosphere was very relaxing.An examiner explained us about the assessment for about 15'/20'.

After we had plenty of time to brief the WAL 2T departure from Liverpool,an ILS and an NDB rwy 27.
Cavok,wind 300/10,QNH 1013.

Some of us went to the sim(1:30h roughly for couple) and one by one to the interview.

On that day we were odds.So we were in three in the sim alternating each other.
I suggest to not switch the seat for the PF part if You started as the PM.
Keep the same seat because your eyes get used to that position.

All of us did the departure with the relative call outs.Then on the heading,turns of 30 and 45 degrees.
Acceleration from 220kts to 250kts and deceleration(the exercise wants to you to correct the pitch up/down during the accelerating/decelerating).

Then the examiner took the control and asked the position according to the RMI and the NDB.
To be more precise,tell him the track miles;it means ,according to the position,read the DME distance from the ILS and add or subtract the distance from the NDB.

I had the passenger with an heart attack and a F/A. trained for the first aid. I discussed with my colleague about it and we decided to land if the weather was good.And I suggested to use the defibrillator if the f/a. was able to master it.

Once frozen we set up the ILS for a landing from the NDB with the base turn.
With the wind,inbound to the NDB,with a direct entry,turn on the outbound leg with 15/20 degrees of heading less and(if there is wind,passing the NDB,don't put just the outbound heading,correct it for the wind),
once passed the NDB,adjust the position according to the QDR.
At 8,6 DME dist. ,turn right to intercept the LOC with an LOC(hdg) minus 30 degrees.

Everything will be fast so WRITE ON THE APP CHART THE 2NM AND THE 1/2 NM CONFIGURATION POINTS AND CALL IT DURING THE PROCEDURE.

If it's an ILS CALL the OM altitude.
If it's a NON PRECISION,CALL the distance at which you start to descend.

When You are a PF move gently the aircraft,it is very sensitive.

When You are a PM,help the PF but don't suggest.if the pf has 1500fpm after a level off,call:"vertical speed" or "altitude" or "speed".Anticipate a little bit the call out if something looks bad.

My interview was about:
1.Why Ryanair.
2.Why Ryanair has a so good economic success.
3.Qualities of a good captain.
4.How did you choose your flight school and who payed.
5.the hardest decision in your life.
6.what do you do if you lose your medical.
7. I came to Dublin with a Ryanair flight,the examiner asked me if I noticed how many exits the f/a. named and if I noticed what was near by me.
8.the electrical system of the aircraft I fly.

Same examiner of the sym and a psychologist.

9 days after I recived an email with the successful response.

Prepare yourself very accurately ,dress elegant,speak proper,be yourself and be very honest about everything.

If You need further explanations,feel free to pm me.

Good luck guys.

Last edited by Alexx22; 9th Oct 2015 at 20:15. Reason: I didn't finish to write
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Old 9th Oct 2015, 20:13
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Ryanair Assessment

Dear collegues,

I applied to Ryanair in June, I received the email on the 2nd of September, I did not realized untill the 23rd and responded inmediately, I do not know why but none of my smartphones ever gave me the notification... dont trust a smartphone!

I responded on the 23rd, got the email saying that the CV have been sent and positive feedback after 11 days, in the email they said that they would call me at anytime, it was wednesday 7th of October so I thought... ok! maybe next week? no guys, next day, yesterday they called me and did not say anything about assessment dates she just said that next week she will send me an email regarding the dates and I wasnt expecting nothing till next week but it happened that I received a call this afternoon again.

Guys I have been in the position where they would call all my collegues and not me for a few months and lost my hopes but it turned to be my time now, once it happens it goes super quick!

I have the assessment next wednesday 21st of October.

I wish you all good luck guys, there will be +100 airplanes coming in the upcoming years, just be patient they will call everyone and they will start contacting people for second chances.

I will keep you guys updated.

Regards
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Old 9th Oct 2015, 22:49
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Hi Alexx22

congratulations. I passed as well. Which date have you chosen?

best regards
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Old 11th Oct 2015, 16:07
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Alexx22,
congrats on passing!

When are the next type rating slots available? Did you have to talk to a psychologist?
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Old 11th Oct 2015, 18:26
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AFter I sent the CV they called me, but they didn't say anything, just that I'd receive an email with the assessment dates in a couple of days.

Waited for almost 2 weeks, then I sent an email and after waiting another week I called them straight. "No one knows anything about you", that was my answer. I am pretty sure I succeeded on the phone call interview. The girl told me to send another email, so I did. No response.

That is not professional. Anyway, good luck for you guys who are going to the assessments soon!
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Old 12th Oct 2015, 08:27
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Next type rating slots, with some facebook links :

AMS :

CAE1522 - 30 November 2015
CAE1523 - 14 December 2015
CAE1524 - 28 December 2015
CAE1525 - 04 January 2016
CAE1526 - 18 January 2016
CAE1527 - 27 January 2016

EMA :

FR1616BB - 11 January 2016
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Old 12th Oct 2015, 10:32
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info DEC

Hi all,

Info about NTR DEC...is the assessment pretty much like for FO (quest. and sim), cause as I was reading the posts, most of you were FOs, if I stand correctly ?!

thx a lot.
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