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Old 8th Sep 2018, 21:27
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Anyone for the assessment on the 10th of oct?
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Old 11th Sep 2018, 08:19
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12th september

Dear Thebagiboo (Tommy),

I cannot contact you because your inbox is full,
I am staying in travelodge today, next to Ryanair HQ.

Regards,

Léon

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Old 13th Sep 2018, 11:47
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Dear @pedro6685 and @Speedbird777c
i cant contact you, looks like your inbox is full
Cheers
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Old 13th Sep 2018, 12:01
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Dear user2803, my pm box it's clean now. Thank you for letting me know.

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Old 13th Sep 2018, 12:20
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Dear @pedro6685 and @Speedbird777c
i cant contact you, looks like your inbox is full
Cheers
Hi, no ideal why?

Ive booked into VA 6th/7th Oct in Cambridge with assessment date 10th Oct.

just wondering if anyone wants to catch up/ team up for the sim prep beforehand?

Cheers


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Old 13th Sep 2018, 13:32
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Hey guys,

Do somebody has some pre-assessment ATPL questions as an example?
Is there a special topic to review?

Thank you
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Old 13th Sep 2018, 22:16
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Hi Guys! Anyone in CAE1820?
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Old 14th Sep 2018, 06:33
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Type rating 1822

Hi guy's anyone on the 1822 type rating course ?
feel free to send me a pm
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Old 14th Sep 2018, 09:41
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Assesment September 12th

Had my sim assesment on september 12th. John and Paddy were the assesors, I had John.

I started with then interview which took only about 15 minutes.
Standard HR questions about my current job, notice period etc.
Technical questions where mostly about my previous multi engine aircraft
-About the engine (manufacturer, BHp, critical engine)
-Anti icing systems
-Electrical system
And about Boeing 737
-Type of engines
-Anti icing systems
-How many seats
-How many emergency exits
-Recently flown with Ryanair?

Simulator
Pretty straight forward:
-WAL 2T dep. 5000 ft
-30degress bank turns
-Accelerate & decelerate to minimum cleanspeed.

Freeze the sim

Company call, have to come back to liverpool.
-Dodar / Nits!
-Where are you?
-Prepare and brief for ILS 27 at liverpool

Unfreeze the sim

-Decelerate to 170kts
-Decent 2500
-Overhead LPL 059 procedure ILS

I had an unstable approach, so made a go around.
Sim freeze, back on 3Nm final, good approach and a (not so good) landing.

Sim partner got exactly the same.

Good luck!

Received the email that I was succesfull today!
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Old 15th Sep 2018, 00:43
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Originally Posted by Sulay89 View Post
Hi guy's anyone on the 1822 type rating course ?
feel free to send me a pm
FR1822? If so, please join our Facebook group "Ryanair FR1822"
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Old 17th Sep 2018, 09:31
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Hi guys.

Any feedback on what to expect from the new online assessment?
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Old 17th Sep 2018, 16:35
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Originally Posted by CadetBrice View Post
Hi guys.

Any feedback on what to expect from the new online assessment?
ATPL questions are completely random, all the subjects, some calculations, most questions are easy if you've recently quickly studied your theory, but a few were far fetched stuff that you tend to forget right after the ATPL exam. For the technical exercises no need to worry, they're relatively easy and you can practice as much as you want. the interview I had 3 questions. for each questions there was 20s of preparation and 1min to answer. I got why pilot? why Ryanair? What would you do if cpt doesn't follow SOPs? (my buddy got the same questions)
Make sure you don't send your application if you're not ready, cause you'll have about 7 days top to do it all when you receive the email for the assessment.
I'm applying as cadet btw

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Old 18th Sep 2018, 20:45
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Hi guys,

Just wanted to leave some feedback regarding the assessment.

I did 2 hours the day before the assessment on the Boeing 737 simulator at Simtech with Pat Harris ( which i really suggest you do one day before you assessment, that guy really knows his stuff about the ryanair assessments and he will give you good tips)

Arrived at the Ryanair HQ at around 7:45, we sat around a table and were briefed by a guy named paddy about what our day would consist of.

I had the interview before the sim , and got asked a couple of HR question like, Why did you want to a pilot, what would you do if you don`t get your preferred base, What would you do if you decide to have a career change. Then the technical part, we talked briefly about the aircraft I was flying, what is a clear way, screen height and minimums. That was the interview part.

Then I had the simulator, we walked in and the assessor made us feel calm. I went as PM first and just basically gave my suggestions to the PF (His flying was excellent so there was not much I could say), when it was my turn as PF we did a the WAL 2T sid from LPL, accelerate, decelerate, 30 deg banks, where are you on the map, procedural approach ils and land.

Finished around 4 o`clock, and received the good news 2 days later and will be starting with the induction course on the 12th of NOV in EMA followed by the TR on the 12th of DEC in AMS. !

Study hard, be confident and good luck guys!!
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Old 19th Sep 2018, 17:49
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I got my phone call yesterday, 12 days after confirmation email. My interview is on the 16th of october. I have booked 2hrs at the uPilot sim on the 15th, maybe one of you would like to join?
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Old 20th Sep 2018, 11:45
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Hey Guys anyone on the CAE 1822 TR ?
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Old 20th Sep 2018, 13:38
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Originally Posted by Boris777 View Post
Hi Guys! Anyone in CAE1820?
Hey, I'll be in EMA for CAE1820.
I'll try to send you a private message so we can try to speak out of here. If someone else for 1820 give us a tumb

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Old 21st Sep 2018, 07:50
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Hi guys,

I previously read that you are following a "DODAR - NITS" method to manage emergency or failure.

Could someone help me to precise what each letter correpond to ?

Thank to your appreciated help !

Romain
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Old 21st Sep 2018, 09:24
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Originally Posted by potatoflying View Post
ATPL questions are completely random, all the subjects, some calculations, most questions are easy if you've recently quickly studied your theory, but a few were far fetched stuff that you tend to forget right after the ATPL exam. For the technical exercises no need to worry, they're relatively easy and you can practice as much as you want. the interview I had 3 questions. for each questions there was 20s of preparation and 1min to answer. I got why pilot? why Ryanair? What would you do if cpt doesn't follow SOPs? (my buddy got the same questions)
Make sure you don't send your application if you're not ready, cause you'll have about 7 days top to do it all when you receive the email for the assessment.
I'm applying as cadet btw
Potatoflying,
can you give an example or 2 of the types of calculation based questions please?
Cheers for the other feedback though. Good to know. 👍🏼
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Old 21st Sep 2018, 11:20
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Hello Guys,

one question regarding the Ryan Assessment (Cadet, frozen ATPL)

I did my online assessment about 10 days ago. Now, I got an email from CAE, that my CV has been sent to Ryanair, and CAE wanna contact me, to discuss the further process, so I guess it means, I passed it!? They didn't refer to my online AC in any way.

I've never read here about this procedure (first online AC, then a phone call) so, what do they want to discuss in detail, any experience here?

Cheers
Marc
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Old 21st Sep 2018, 11:25
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CAE 1824

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Hey Guys anyone on the CAE 1822 TR ?
hi anyone on the CAE 1824 AMS??? Please find the closed Group on Facebook CAE1824 AMS

cheers
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