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Old 12th Oct 2008, 19:55
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normally 1000 hours TT for direct entry.

The 4 previous posts to yours will answer your first question.
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Old 13th Oct 2008, 13:06
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though from what i've heard I don't think you could really call it "persuasion"...
Gentle persuasion then! At least, that's what I was told... I wonder how this merger will affect the cadet scheme.

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Old 13th Oct 2008, 20:21
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I have just got a bit of confusion on the whole topic.
With whats happening in the world I assumed any cadetship would have been chopped but...

I know in the past Atlantic Flight Training at Coventry used to train the cadets but now multiflight in Leeds does their training and has a brand new application form... Anyone know any information about what direction this cadetship is going in? If it has been moved to multiflight in Leeds with application forms surly they are still screening applicants?
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Old 15th Oct 2008, 02:08
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There is still a great need for cadets at Atlantic Airlines

As for the next intake or screening i cannot answer as with the current climate things have been "slowed" down a bit

as for pilots doing cadets jobs ive not really seen any of this.....
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Old 15th Oct 2008, 08:00
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From what I hear, Atlantic have slowed down their intake on cadets with the market slowing down a bit. The scheme will still be running so for those of you still looking for sponsorship, dont be disheartened, things will get moving again soon!
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Old 15th Oct 2008, 09:50
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It seems to me that this is a smart way to provide cheap ground workers.
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Old 15th Oct 2008, 10:13
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"as for pilots doing cadets jobs ive not really seen any of this....."


LOL, I won't bother coming into work tomorrow then Chris!

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Old 15th Oct 2008, 11:47
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as for pilots doing cadets jobs ive not really seen any of this.....
So the 3 Electra guys who didn't finish their training aren't pilots then? (Well, we know 2 of them are just wasters, but one of them is a REAL pilot! )
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Old 15th Oct 2008, 18:00
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Whilst i accept that my colleagues are wasters, they are valued members of the atlantic family nonetheless

Keep up the good work guys! We can't all be steely eyed sky heroes!
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Old 15th Oct 2008, 18:45
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It seems to me that this is a smart way to provide cheap ground workers.
Maybe so, although it's also a smart way for somebody with a bit of motivation and an aversion to gargantuan bank loans to get their CPL/IR.
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Old 15th Oct 2008, 19:47
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The current status of the Atlantic Cadet Scheme;

All current training has been stopped. That includes ATPL groundschool, hours building and CPL/IR training, and Type Rating. THERE IS NO SET TIME FOR THE TRAINING TO RESUME.

The current crop of cadets were told to expect at least a 6 month delay in training, but could be up to 18 months before any of them saw an aircraft again. Naturally some left at this stage.

3 guys who were on an Electra TR (2 ex cadets and one direct entry) have had that type rating stopped. ALL 3 ARE NOW DOING CADET (GROUND) DUTIES, WITH NO GUARANTEE WHEN / IF THE TR WILL RESUME.

I do not know if there is a need for cadets, however i would advise anyone interested to think, think and think again if this is the scheme for you... yes it is a cheap way into the industry but you do have to work very very hard for it, and even then there are no guarantees.

goodnight and goodluck
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Old 15th Oct 2008, 19:57
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Or maybe not so smart after reading that last post.

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Old 15th Oct 2008, 22:12
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No im not one of the cadets that quit, although i do work at coventry airport and am friends with some of the guys at atlantic.

just dont want anyone to stumble into anything without realising whats in store. personally i think that the guys there deserve a bit more than they are getting, they have definitely worked hard enough for it.

goodnight and goodluck
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Old 23rd Dec 2008, 14:43
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New Cadet Intake!

Ive heard a rumour around the schools cafe that they are looking to do a cadet intake during january! could be interesting i think, looks like a good scheme.

Get an application in QUICK anyone interested in the scheme and hopefully i will see you at an interview thats if they like my application of course lol



Cadet Pilot Flight Training: Multiflight Leeds Bradford Airport
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Old 24th Dec 2008, 21:35
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Rumour in Coventry is the same...

... And these rumours tend to be true (case in point is the West Air thing)

But there has been no official news, i hasten to add.
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Old 1st Jun 2009, 15:04
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New Intake coming up again!

Applications must be in with Multiflight in the coming days to have a chance.
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Old 8th Jun 2009, 21:13
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Atlantic

Are you still with them?
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Old 8th Jun 2009, 21:19
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Atlantic

Any pointers for a potential interviewee??
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Old 28th Nov 2009, 16:24
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Is there anyone on this forum attending the assesments next week at Multiflight?
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Old 28th Nov 2009, 17:06
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Yep i'll be there.......am looking forward to it, but am worried about the multi choice exams. Does anybody know what sort of questions are in the science exam? I know it's GCSE standard but i want to know what to revise??????

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