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Old 16th Jun 2018, 10:02
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Join Date: May 2018
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Originally Posted by Daniel7378 View Post
Positive answer: 15/06/2018
congrats!
Any tips/ pointers you can add besides all the stuff previously mentioned on here?
I'm due the 27th.

Regards,
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Old 16th Jun 2018, 12:52
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Guys, what is the pass rate? From your experience how many of you passed the day of the assessment?
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Old 17th Jun 2018, 10:08
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Originally Posted by cavosky View Post
Guys, what is the pass rate? From your experience how many of you passed the day of the assessment?
In my group 3/8.
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Old 17th Jun 2018, 11:30
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Originally Posted by cavosky View Post
Guys, what is the pass rate? From your experience how many of you passed the day of the assessment?
Very low! On my day 4/12
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Old 17th Jun 2018, 17:04
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Hey guys,

As this thread was really, helpful, I want to do my share aswell.

Started with the sim, radar dep, QDM, fly to a beacon then vectors, severe fire in the galley, cleared for the procedural ILS in Liverpool 27. In the sim, the controls were harder then I expected, but more stable as well, so after a few turns you will get used to it.
Brief-brief-brief!
You will have plenty of time, even if youre the first to the sim. Its really important that you are on the same page! Things can get really congested, especially after the emergency, they might clear you to approach when you are flying with 250, and 2000 feet higher than you supposed to be so just generally now what you can and cant do, if not, ask for delay vectors or join the holding (even for a half, at least you are descending in the protected area), and you are properly get set up for the approach. If you have to opportunity practice in a 737 sim beforehand, to know where things are, for your own and for your partners good aswell. I used the one at Budapest, Pilots Simulator Center, with the help of good instructors for a reasonable price.
Help your PF if he/she gets a bit overloaded. Shall I ask for lower, I would suggest this heading for intercept etc. For example, after reading back a clearence, I put my hand to the MCP, as a reminder, same after gear/flap selection. If still no response, shall I set speed 170 would be a good reminder for your PF Ask,/ ask if we are ready for the checklists.

For me the interview was a fun conversation about aviation, had to explain a few things fro the really nice HR lady who was there at the assesment. But then again, the others had different impressions from the other training Cpt assesing them.

Got the positive message the day after. I dont think that looking at the pass rates gives you anything away, It seemed that if you are good enough, they will hire you. So if there are 12 good ones on the they, they will hire the 12, if there are 2 hitting the mark, then 2.

Good luck guys!

PS.: Anyone on FR1817 message me!
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Old 17th Jun 2018, 22:42
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Originally Posted by cavosky View Post
Guys, what is the pass rate? From your experience how many of you passed the day of the assessment?
I guess it depends but on my day were 3 of 12
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Old 18th Jun 2018, 08:43
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Anyone for assessment on 26th of June?
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Old 18th Jun 2018, 10:18
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Join Date: Jun 2018
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Hi guys.

Just a question about the documents you have to bring on the day.
When do you show these and what is the process like?
Does it matter if your original references are digital but with a signature on it etc?
And can they be older than 1 year?

Regards!
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Old 18th Jun 2018, 13:42
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are they still mixing nationalities, aren't they?
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Old 18th Jun 2018, 15:24
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Do you want them to hold interviews based on nationalities, such as on Monday only Italians, on Tuesday only Spanish, and so on?
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Old 18th Jun 2018, 16:12
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Hello there,

Im following this thread with great interest, so first of all a big thank you to all who are contributing with great feedback and invaluable knowledge to a lot of us!

Im considering applying for Ryanair as well, but have a question regarding the expenses for the type rating.

The sponsored scheme is a one off payment to Ryanair of Ä5000. Will there be any more expenses to cover directly to Ryanair? For instanse uniforms etc.?

And for the type rating itself, what can one expect to pay in total? Itís a 5-6 weeks course in East Midlands (or Amsterdam?), so I assume the cadets are responsible for, and paying for their own accommodation and living expenses during the course?
I mean a hotel for 6 weeks is quite a considerable expense, so do Ryanair perhaps provide any form for cheaper options?

Thanks,
Las
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 08:54
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Originally Posted by Banana Joe View Post
Do you want them to hold interviews based on nationalities, such as on Monday only Italians, on Tuesday only Spanish, and so on?
Then, It would be too fun and nobody get the job haha
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 12:26
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Hello all.

Anyone on CAE 1813 Amsterdam? I created a Facebook group feel free to join.

Name of the group: Ryanair CAE1813 Type Rating Amsterdam

Daniel
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Old 20th Jun 2018, 11:33
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Hi! I'm one of them but I can't send PM. how should we get in contact?
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Old 20th Jun 2018, 20:56
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Originally Posted by Ricc.FO View Post
Hi! I'm one of them but I can't send PM. how should we get in contact?
Search for the facebook group.

Ryanair CAE1813 Type Rating Amsterdam

Daniell

Last edited by Daniel7378; 20th Jun 2018 at 23:57.
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Old 20th Jun 2018, 21:33
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Originally Posted by lhc7664 View Post
Hello there,

Im following this thread with great interest, so first of all a big thank you to all who are contributing with great feedback and invaluable knowledge to a lot of us!

Im considering applying for Ryanair as well, but have a question regarding the expenses for the type rating.

The sponsored scheme is a one off payment to Ryanair of €5000. Will there be any more expenses to cover directly to Ryanair? For instanse uniforms etc.?

And for the type rating itself, what can one expect to pay in total? It’s a 5-6 weeks course in East Midlands (or Amsterdam?), so I assume the cadets are responsible for, and paying for their own accommodation and living expenses during the course?
I mean a hotel for 6 weeks is quite a considerable expense, so do Ryanair perhaps provide any form for cheaper options?

Thanks,
Las
You need to pay for Irish licence transfer, your airside ID and your uniform besides the 5000 euro.

You also cover all living and travel expenses during your type rating. They only send you a list of recommended accommodation (hotels, houses etc.) for your training location.
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Old 21st Jun 2018, 17:41
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Hey guys, Anyone for assessment on 4th of July?
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Old 21st Jun 2018, 21:51
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Originally Posted by Dynamite995 View Post
You need to pay for Irish licence transfer, your airside ID and your uniform besides the 5000 euro.

You also cover all living and travel expenses during your type rating. They only send you a list of recommended accommodation (hotels, houses etc.) for your training location.
Hi just following alone with the question, so how much do you reckon it would overall realistically 7000-8000 euros? even more? perhaps
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Old 21st Jun 2018, 21:55
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Originally Posted by cavosky View Post
Guys, what is the pass rate? From your experience how many of you passed the day of the assessment?
mine was 3/12 from what I heared
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Old 21st Jun 2018, 22:49
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Originally Posted by cx1990 View Post
Hi just following alone with the question, so how much do you reckon it would overall realistically 7000-8000 euros? even more? perhaps
That sounds about right, maybe a bit more (not counting your assessment expenses).
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