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Old 7th Jan 2019, 19:29
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hru
 
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Hi guys .
Done the online assessment on the 17 th of December if i remember correctly , got an email on 20/12 . phone call 7th of Jan . Will have an assessment in Dublin on the 15th of January .
Anyone else going on the 15th ?
Thanks
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 06:32
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A couple of people a have written me to ask questions. I'll happily answer, but I can't answer you if you don't empty your inbox. I believe it can only hold one message at a time.

Regards

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Old 8th Jan 2019, 07:31
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Originally Posted by hru View Post
Hi guys .
Done the online assessment on the 17 th of December if i remember correctly , got an email on 20/12 . phone call 7th of Jan . Will have an assessment in Dublin on the 15th of January .
Anyone else going on the 15th ?
Thanks
Hi,
As said few posts ago, I did mine the 19th (few days aft you) of December. No positive or negative email at the moment, keeping finger crossed for an answer coming maybe this week.
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 15:13
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 15:19
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Answer

Originally Posted by theaccountant View Post
Hi,
As said few posts ago, I did mine the 19th (few days after you) of December. No positive or negative email at the moment, keeping finger crossed for an answer coming maybe this week.
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I did mine on 20th December and I received an email the 7th january.
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 19:59
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Any more feedback from APS MCC course graduates who got accepted at Ryanair?
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 20:21
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Congrats and good luck on 15th!
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 20:23
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Thank you very much, and congratulations!
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 09:19
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Hey Guys,

Can anyone share intel regarding Ryanair's TR run by CAE? My questions are:
Do they prefer integrated training or modular? The flight school I want to join provides 170 flight hours and appr. 20 hrs simulator in integrated and appr. 220 hrs in the modular version. Trying to figure out which one fits better Ryanair's expectations.
Do they tend to reject candidates who did not pass all ATPL exams at first?
Is there a waiting list before and/or after doing the TR?
Once a cadet completes the type rating, is Ryanair assigning him/her to a base according to their preference or can you end up at your home base or preferred base?
Any info about how the bond is being deducted over the first five years and what are the current salaries offered to cadets joining after this program?

I know that some of these questions were touched earlier, but there's a lot of contradicting info out there, so I hope to hear about the most recent experiences.

Thanks, folks!
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 10:59
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Originally Posted by zocfto View Post
Hey Guys,

Can anyone share intel regarding Ryanair's TR run by CAE? My questions are:
Do they prefer integrated training or modular? The flight school I want to join provides 170 flight hours and appr. 20 hrs simulator in integrated and appr. 220 hrs in the modular version. Trying to figure out which one fits better Ryanair's expectations.
Do they tend to reject candidates who did not pass all ATPL exams at first?
Is there a waiting list before and/or after doing the TR?
Once a cadet completes the type rating, is Ryanair assigning him/her to a base according to their preference or can you end up at your home base or preferred base?
Any info about how the bond is being deducted over the first five years and what are the current salaries offered to cadets joining after this program?

I know that some of these questions were touched earlier, but there's a lot of contradicting info out there, so I hope to hear about the most recent experiences.

Thanks, folks!
You haven't started your training yet and you are nearly asking for a copy of the employment contract. If I were you, I would start the training first, do your best to complete it as best as you can and then ask the questions.

Unless you are working for the Pink competitor (Hungary) and you are just looking for info then sorry.
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 12:31
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Originally Posted by zocfto View Post
Hey Guys,

Can anyone share intel regarding Ryanair's TR run by CAE? My questions are:
Do they prefer integrated training or modular? The flight school I want to join provides 170 flight hours and appr. 20 hrs simulator in integrated and appr. 220 hrs in the modular version. Trying to figure out which one fits better Ryanair's expectations.
Do they tend to reject candidates who did not pass all ATPL exams at first?
Is there a waiting list before and/or after doing the TR?
Once a cadet completes the type rating, is Ryanair assigning him/her to a base according to their preference or can you end up at your home base or preferred base?
Any info about how the bond is being deducted over the first five years and what are the current salaries offered to cadets joining after this program?

I know that some of these questions were touched earlier, but there's a lot of contradicting info out there, so I hope to hear about the most recent experiences.

Thanks, folks!
Doesn't matter if you are integrated or modular, they hire both as long as you are good at what you are doing. If you have some ATPL exams passed not on the first attempt you might expect some extra questions on the tech interview (not necessarily though).
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 18:31
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Originally Posted by aviationfanatic View Post
You haven't started your training yet and you are nearly asking for a copy of the employment contract. If I were you, I would start the training first, do your best to complete it as best as you can and then ask the questions.

Unless you are working for the Pink competitor (Hungary) and you are just looking for info then sorry.
No, I'm not working for any competitors, as mentioned I'm about to start my training. As you obviously know, there's no 'the training', but several different paths and before starting one of them, I'm trying to find out as much as possible to make sure that I pick the right training at the right school, etc.
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Old 9th Jan 2019, 18:33
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Thanks dimk
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Old 11th Jan 2019, 10:07
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Any news about cut e test results from someone who didi it around 15/20 Dec? Still waiting a feedback as fo me
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Old 11th Jan 2019, 11:21
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To all the guys who did the online assessment and still no answer, you should know that you also get an answer if you are not successful(a friend of mine got one) so as long as you got no answer, keep your hopes high, it can surely be a positive answer.
Best of luck
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Old 12th Jan 2019, 09:35
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Originally Posted by Porcellino View Post
Hi guys, to all new people joining RYR with the bonded contract, specially UK, be aware that the contract that they are offering at the moment after Line Training, it is not what they will offer you in the emails.
Myself and my whole TR course were told at HQ during wings ceremony that the Line training contract of 21K per year, 16.04 pounds SBH (6 months) ends when you get line check and then you get a FO contract. Now we all finished LT and we have been told that we get the new contract when the 6 months ends. Which means you spend 2-3 months working on the line getting paid like training.
The other thing is that you won't get the FO contract that they promise on the emails, you'll get a Second Officer contract, which in the UK is 39K and 5 pounds SBH.
Just to create awareness of this SCAM, because I have no other words to describe it.
Alright .... Do you know if it's the same for EU bases ? And what are the big differences between a SO and FO contract ?
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Old 12th Jan 2019, 10:21
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Quick question. I have an assessment in around 10 days and I have to catch a flight to return to my country at 5pm the same day. Will I be able to catch it or the whole assesment last until 6pm as stated on the briefing?

Thank you!
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Old 12th Jan 2019, 10:40
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Originally Posted by aguriga View Post
Quick question. I have an assessment in around 10 days and I have to catch a flight to return to my country at 5pm the same day. Will I be able to catch it or the whole assesment last until 6pm as stated on the briefing?

Thank you!
Mid 2018 (before the online assessment was put in place) candidates were released between 1p.m.and 2:30p.m. at last. I don't think today the screening is longer
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Old 12th Jan 2019, 13:04
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Guys I am going on the 21st. Anyone??
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Old 12th Jan 2019, 15:49
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Originally Posted by Wondrex View Post
Alright .... Do you know if it's the same for EU bases ? And what are the big differences between a SO and FO contract ?
Did you not read and sign a contract before you started, to make sure everything would be as expected?
An email isn't an acceptable agreement with which to start a job. If you haven't signed anything then surely you could leave with a free type rating and there's not much anyone could do to get that money back off you. I wouldn't imagine Ryanair would risk that.
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