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Old 11th Jan 2017, 07:18
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Join Date: Mar 2010
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Guys, anybody in for the 24th?
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Old 11th Jan 2017, 20:49
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Does anyone know when and if we can re-apply if assessment was unsuccessful?

Thank you
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Old 11th Jan 2017, 20:49
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Hello guys,
Is somebody for the assessment on 23th of January ?
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Old 13th Jan 2017, 12:25
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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: United Kingdom (EGNX)
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Originally Posted by Sky95 View Post
Anyone has info about the cost of the apc program and how is??
Its about 6000 euros for a fancy MCC and JOC. The rest of the training's paid for by the Airline. Bonded 3 years or 6 cant remember.
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Old 14th Jan 2017, 08:51
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Join Date: Jul 2016
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Hi Folks,

I have applied for RYR 17/10/2016 and I have received email saying :

Dear,

Thank you for applying to the Ryanair TR program. We can confirm we have received your online application. For your reference, your training request number... If your application is selected to proceed, we will contact you in the future.

Regards,
CAE

I have MCC qualification. So any idea guys ? Thanks in advance for any comments...
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Old 14th Jan 2017, 08:57
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Where can you do this APC?
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Old 14th Jan 2017, 16:10
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Nergalinio

Hello guys,
Is somebody for the assessment on 23th of January ?
Hello,

I will be in Dublin on 23th too
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Old 14th Jan 2017, 16:32
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Join Date: Feb 2016
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hello guys,
anyone who is going to the assessment the 20th?

any news about last assessment? how they were?

Thanks and anyway good luck to all
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Old 15th Jan 2017, 12:34
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Originally Posted by pipposky View Post
hello guys,
anyone who is going to the assessment the 20th?

any news about last assessment? how they were?

Thanks and anyway good luck to all
Hi pipposky,

I m in for the 20th as well !
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Old 15th Jan 2017, 13:24
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Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Italy
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Hi guys,

just wondering... is there any way for a second chance in Ryanair?I did the assessment a year ago and since then i tried to update my profile hoping for a second call... any tips? tnx!!
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Old 16th Jan 2017, 11:01
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Join Date: Feb 2016
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me too...i tried but i can't apply again...i don't know why...
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Old 16th Jan 2017, 14:47
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Join Date: Jun 2014
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Quick question for all the people that got the email about the phone call and received the phone call but were not given an assessment date.
Does this mean you failed the phone call or did you eventually get another email/ phone call with an assessment date?
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Old 16th Jan 2017, 14:55
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Join Date: Jun 2014
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Originally Posted by PFDriver View Post
Teemes, I got the exact same thing on the phone. Just confirming dates, exam marks, etc... and in the end I was told my application was to be discussed to Ryanair and they'd get back to me later. I got another call 25 minutes later saying Ryanair wanted to proceed with my application and I was offered a date. That is all i can help with Good luck!
PFDriver any idea why they might have not given you a date immediately? Did you have first time passes in everything?
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Old 16th Jan 2017, 15:02
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Join Date: Jun 2014
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Originally Posted by 767neos View Post
Hi, I have a question for you. Maybe someone is in my same situation. I applied to Ryanair around two months ago. After three weeks I received the "famous" email and then the call from a woman from CAE. After few questions and a small english test, she did not give me a date for the assessment but she told me that she had to send back to Ryanair my datas and I will be contacted by Ryanair with a response about the Interview and if positive with the date of the assessment. I passed every exam, theoretical and practical, at the first attempt (with the average of 91% in the ATPL theoretical exams), but after more than one month I did not receive any email / call. Do you have any idea?

Regards
767Neos did you ever hear anything from Ryanair in the end?
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Old 17th Jan 2017, 01:11
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I don't think that is even a problem to be honest. I have multiple friends flying there who had a couple retakes, and from what I can remember they were all offered a date on the first call. I got the second phone call after 20 minutes with a date...

Honestly, lets just stop trying to understand Ryanair's criteria
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Old 17th Jan 2017, 12:09
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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: United Kingdom (EGNX)
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UK and Irish pilots aren't even being called for an assessment, The high attrition rate of UK pilots leaving European bases has changed the recruitment policy for good. I spoke with a senior figure with the Airline at the EMA training facility, he reckons the conditions i.e the likelihood of getting a phone call wont change for the next couple of years at the very least.
Amidst their continued expansion plans I suppose Ryanair are trying to be operationally slick in trying to reduce the uncertainly of pilots leaving for other jobs, fair play although there some very good pilots here in the UK with a very good work ethic.
Lets hope Mark Duffy realises this and re-thinks the recruitment strategy for an all rounded fair approach giving everyone an equal chance of getting through.
After all Ryanair is probably the most rewarding airline to work for in Europe and gives us all a fighting chance for our dream's to come true.
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Old 17th Jan 2017, 16:05
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@ zubairways : Not true. My friend got a job a few weeks ago and hes Irish. Two UK lads were on the assessment a few weeks ago aswell previous to him and got the job. I'm really not sure what the requirement is! There's lot of rumors out there.

My 2 pence in relation to APC. Only certain cadets avail of it and this scheme is ran trough some major european FTO's. You've got to be the best student and the school might recommend you for assessment. Apparently only the best performing cadets get the offer. So I don't think you can just pay for it an get it, but then again you have to go trough the interview process.
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Old 18th Jan 2017, 21:58
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So amongst all the speculation, has anyone applied within the last few weeks or perhaps before Christmas and received any contact from CAE?
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Old 19th Jan 2017, 13:51
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Yep, my friend applied like 3 week ago and he got the email last Friday. However when they asked him if he passed everything first time and he explained that he failed his IR the first time they thanked him and didn't give him an assessment date. I've heard that Ryanair don't hire people that failed the IR the first time so I'm assuming he failed the telephone interview because he got his IR on the second try (he passed everything else first time and got a 96% average in the theory subjects).
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Old 19th Jan 2017, 14:59
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Nope not Irish or English but he did do his training in the UK though I doubt that makes much of a difference
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