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Old 4th Jun 2021, 09:17
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Well, the guy I know has been at home for months on "flight pay only". ie no pay
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Old 4th Jun 2021, 09:37
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The guy you know is probably a contractor then.
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Old 4th Jun 2021, 10:04
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iome
Hi, almost all of your post was incorrect with mostly false information. Don't come spouting nonsense when you yourself have no idea what's happening in the company.
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Old 4th Jun 2021, 11:15
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iome

Your continues stream of nonsense really makes me wonder from what angle you are coming here. Iome is some sort of nickname for Eddie Wilson?
Ryanair has not paid a single pilot since Covid unless they where actively flying that month, with the exception of annual leave pay. Crews were entirely dependant on Furlough schemes by the respective country, which in some cases was as low as €600 a month, (1/10th of most skipper salaries) and RYR did not top this up.

So please, stop your spew of complete nonsense, you look like a tool who has no idea whats going on.
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Old 4th Jun 2021, 11:45
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Sorry to inform you that you are mistaken. I would agree the contractor type tend to be the anti union type. In this case however there are Ryanair employed pilots who are currently making their claim to IALPA and BALPA regarding this whole cadet line training fiasco whilst they are home on unpaid leave.
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Old 4th Jun 2021, 11:50
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DaveDurban

😁 Someone is feeling the heat.

What nonsense? I replied to a post saying crew sat home unpaid, which is untrue. Only the contractors are home unpaid, but that is in the nature of their employment.
The rest are getting paid, as you rightly said, through furlough, ERTE, cassa integrazione, you name it.
I never said who paid what. Your attack is unnecessary.

Not one duty in May, all C19 and only got 2500. Some countries offer better schemes, I hear Greece is not good at all whilst Italy one of the best although some delays in getting paid due to their employment laws.

EW you say? Paranoia LVL 100

Anyways I hope your day get better.
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Old 9th Jun 2021, 12:36
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What a profession! Pay 120K for training, pay another 30k for a job and then get paid absolutely nothing with rights less than those at maccy D's. Short sighted is an understatement!
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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 10:28
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Online assessment tech questions

Hello to everyone,
Do you guys know a reliable db question bank for the tech questions in the e-cut online assessment?
Thanks

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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 10:44
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Hi ! The questions are from the whole ATPL question bank but without calculations
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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 11:01
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Hi guys,
Message for whoever did the pre assessment with Ryanair in the last months
Anyone remember the 3 video interview question?
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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 14:58
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For me it was :
-What was the hardest part of your flight training ?
-Why Ryanair ?
-What could you bring us ? (Something like that)
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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 16:41
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Hi,
I was asked -Why do you wanna work for Ryanair, -Why should we hire you, -What was the hardest part of your training.
Other people got -Tell us about yourself - Tell us something interesting about you - What would you do if a captain doesn't follow SOPs -Why do you wanna be a pilot
Good luck!
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Old 23rd Jun 2021, 19:37
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"Why should we hire you?"
They really have a sense of humour

Last edited by Perseas; 29th Jun 2021 at 23:39.
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Old 24th Jun 2021, 12:44
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First batch of cadets 2021 are starting line training next week.
STN FOs will be pissed, more furlough days
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Old 24th Jun 2021, 12:54
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I knew they are starting the base training, not the line training..
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Old 24th Jun 2021, 17:02
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There are people doing line training
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Old 24th Jun 2021, 17:26
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iome

I was wondering about this? Whats the general thoughts of the current FOs who aren’t flying due to the LT cadets? Cheaper labour for RYR I guess....
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Old 25th Jun 2021, 00:04
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They started this week and FOs across all 80+ bases should be pissed, as should anyone who cares about this profession.
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Old 1st Jul 2021, 20:07
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Is the aviation industry really hit the rock bottom? What is up with pilots taking taking offers €16,000 annul salary? Surely you get even more instructing a little Cessna if you loved flying. But for a professional pilot to accept those kind of standards is an insult to every one of the pilots out there. The bloody wheelbarrow pushers on a building site get more then that!

Or are people just happy to portray their lives on Instagram, Look at me, my first flight, this is my dream and how I will spend the rest of my life🤣 Its the euphoria that washes off after 6 months and then the reality kicks in but its too late then.
I wonder would other professionals like Doctors, Consultants lower them selves to a janitors wage just so they can work in a hospital? Dont think so..
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Old 1st Jul 2021, 21:00
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people will drop 120,000+ on a CPL/IR and work for a low salary as a pilot for any/all of the following

a) they have spent 120,000+ and they need to "see it through"
b) their parents have re-mortgaged their house
c) they don't know how to do anything else
d) they want the "status" of being an airline pilot

there is no shortage of people willing to do this. Airlines could offer FO jobs with nil salary and there would still be no shortage of applicants. There will always be someone rich enough who is willing to buy a type rating, work for free etc.
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