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Old 17th Aug 2018, 11:34
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If you have been waiting for a reply for anything above a few days it is worth logging in and deleting your application in full. And then block that email address from spamming you in the future.
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Old 17th Aug 2018, 12:19
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17th Sept

Good Afternoon,

Received the call and date for the 17th of Sept. Shall be going to Dublin the day before or possibly 2 days before if anyone is keen to link up for some prep?

Possibly uPilot or elsewhere. If anyone is keen to link up for preparation or to chat. Please, contact me here via Private Message!

All the best,

Jamie
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Old 17th Aug 2018, 13:06
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I suggest you uPilot. The guy knows his stuff and that will be helpful at the assessment.
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Old 20th Aug 2018, 13:14
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Originally Posted by Banana Joe View Post
I suggest you uPilot. The guy knows his stuff and that will be helpful at the assessment.
Ill certainly look into it thanks.

Again, should anyone else receive the 17th as an assessment date; please contract me! Thanks
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Old 22nd Aug 2018, 15:30
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Originally Posted by ninerzero View Post
Please enter your pin and click the link you received from the assessment centre.
I tried to do that, but it says that all my tests were done and nothing else. Did it on the same link where I had the online assessment, am I doing it wrong? Or maybe too early?
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Old 22nd Aug 2018, 16:05
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Hi Guys,

I have received a phone call after I completed the online assessment three weeks ago. I have the assessment on the 12th of September.

Do you guys know what kind of technical questions they will be asking? I already have a couple questions listed down, maybe there are some new ones out there.

Any help is appreciated.
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Old 24th Aug 2018, 14:08
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Originally Posted by Pilotkim View Post
Hi Guys,

I have received a phone call after I completed the online assessment three weeks ago. I have the assessment on the 12th of September.

Do you guys know what kind of technical questions they will be asking? I already have a couple questions listed down, maybe there are some new ones out there.

Any help is appreciated.
Me too, the 12th!!
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Old 26th Aug 2018, 11:44
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I thought i'd give my feedback on the RYR interview as I used this extensively to prepare from people who had done it previously.
8am start, 4 people in my group.
Brief introduction to Ryanair, and the 737 sim they have. I was in the second group for the sim. Sim WAL2T departure, follow radar headings, climb and descent to 7000, emergency (DODAR/NITTS), hold with an ILS to land. Interview was straight forward, questions on the 737 followed by questions on CV, Final Report and a general conversation. Similar to what everyone has posted here previously.
Out of the 4, I was the only one to pass.

I finished my MCCJOC on a 737-800NG 3 months ago, but I done 3 hours in Simcheck in Dublin on the Friday before, and also going back to my flight school to do a few hours the week before that. Questions others got in my group were the ones people have posted previously and also on their old aircraft type.
Being Irish, Ryanair was my first preference, delighted to be starting a type rating in October.
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Old 27th Aug 2018, 19:34
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Hi! I also start my TR in October. Which date do you start?
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Old 27th Aug 2018, 23:07
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Generally, how long is the wait between getting the positive news and actually starting the TR course?
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Old 28th Aug 2018, 06:34
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Anyone doing the intro-week on October 1st in EMA? Or in CAE1818 in AMS on the 31st of October?
Let’s get in touch with each other!
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Old 30th Aug 2018, 17:42
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I will see you on the 12th then !!
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Old 31st Aug 2018, 16:10
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Anyone CAE1822 group starting 12 November EMA and 12 December in AMS?
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Old 3rd Sep 2018, 10:10
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Application Completion

After submitting the final documents required (marked with the red *), can anyone please advise when or if they got an email to confirm their application was under review?
Although I started my application a few weeks ago, I only got the final document submitted last week, but I’ve not received anything to say my application is under review and when I sign into the portal, everything is the same 😕

Thanks
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Old 3rd Sep 2018, 16:54
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My mate and I both got it within 24hs last week
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Old 5th Sep 2018, 21:09
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Can anyone recommend a sim place beside Virtual Aviation in or near Stansted?
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Old 6th Sep 2018, 07:18
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@DavidJansson

hi man, I’ve got your message, but I can’t send you a PM back - your inbox is full.
Hope you see this, otherwise we’ll see each other on the 1st in EMA.

cheers

Andy
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Old 6th Sep 2018, 08:14
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Hi guys,
can anyone give some examples of the ATPL questions asked in the pre-assessment online test?
Do you remember any?
Your help is appreciated!

Thanks
Joe
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Old 7th Sep 2018, 06:59
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Feedback

Ryanair feedback
I want to say thank you for all the previews feeback it's an invaluable helps and now it's my turn to do it

Initial application 29.06
Application under review 5.07
Email regarding phone call 25.07
Call 07.08
Assesment 03.09
Successful 06.09

The day before the assesment I went to simtech for one hour in the brand new 737 800 same sim as ryanair and very good instructor he give me tips to pass the interview I will recommend you to do a sim session with Simtech

The Day:
First briefing with one of the assesor explaining the day and the sim nothing special to say about that.

I started with the interview the captain start to ask me question about me, where I did my training and on wich aircraft .
Then ask about the 737 how many hydraulics system? 3 system A B stand by

explain the anti ice system on the 737?
Electric for probe and windshield and bleed air from compressor stage 5th to 9th
Then simple math calculation such as crosswind sin 30 sin 60 and you travel at 120knt how long to do 40 nautical miles... very very simple if you are prepared.

Then HR she was really nice
she asked me about my cv and background .
What do you want to take the 5 years bond or the 29000 euro....
Where do you see yourself in 5 years ?
Why did you choose your flight school ?

That was it

For the sim it was Liverpool with wal 2t departure (it's an easy one )

I started as pm brief speak with your partner he had to follow the entire sid until leveling off at 5000 feet to wal vor some airwork rate 1 turn and accelerate to 250 then radar vectored for ils 27 décélération to 170 ( remember 210 first flaps 1 then 190 flaps 5 bug 170),
Sim freeze point on the chart where you are and brief the app . Then radar vectored for ils .

As pf i had the exact same thing until overhead LPL the assesor froze the sim ask me where I was and he advise me about a fire in the toilet, I asked my pm to hand control pass the mayday call and then TDODAR NITS full procedure and land.

Three days later finally the good news .
My advise is to prepare yourself well for the interview with this forum the ACE book and all other materials online like skyinstructor web site also book a sim prior your assesment again simtech was really good for me if you can afford it .

Best of luck guy's
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Old 8th Sep 2018, 11:46
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17th September

Good Afternoon Folks,

As previously posted, I shall be attending on the 17th. This leaves me coming over on the Sunday (16th) with lots of time to spare. If anyone wishes to meet for a chat I’d be delighted to hear from you either on here or private message.

Jamie
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