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Old 20th Dec 2012, 11:07
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Veinraf

I have it on good authority, ie the guys in HR, that they receive many CVs every week. Those that do not meet the requirements are discarded without a second look. They will not reply if you do not meet their "Special Requirements"..

I have learnt during this entire ordeal that things in Indonesia take a long time. So 3 months is not outside the realms of possibility.

Most of the guys on my ground school had 48 months in their contract as an Anti Competition clause.. ie if you leave Susi, you cannot work in Indonesia for 48 months from the time you leave. If you planned on upgrading to a company that flies twotters or better in the future, your screwed.

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Old 20th Dec 2012, 13:01
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Davve,

Yeah,checking empty inbox everyday makes me think 'tomorrow is the end of the world' Let's keep each other informed and i will tell you if they invited me first

Time will tell
Thanks for answering.
I guess you have a point on their 'special requirements '.Though i'm blonde,23 years old and fresh from the flight school,maybe they were not satisfied with my russian name Ivan Drago
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Old 20th Dec 2012, 21:47
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Veinraf

You would be surprised at some of the reasons they wont employ people. But its their company, so their rules..

1. Age not less than 23 - has changed a little lately
2. Single and not attached - unless your cv is outstanding in other areas
3. Not trained at a flight school that is on their "Blacklist"
4. Not come from a country that is on their "Blacklist"

This list goes on and on,

Good Luck
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Old 23rd Dec 2012, 07:51
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A friend of my grandma's friend asked me if there is anything else similar to susi air in Indonesia where you can get an interview with nothing but sep-mep-ir
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Old 23rd Dec 2012, 12:11
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Short list sby candidates..

Hi all..

I join the interview with Susi the last august the 15th.
After one month waitting the answer, they sent me an email, talling me that i was on the short list of sby candidates for 3 month..
Well, those 3 month seems to be out and still watting the final answer from them.
I tried to contact them by email but i had no answer
Anyone in the same situation?
I dont know what i have to expect but i guess my chances are limit..

Regard everyone..
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Old 4th Jan 2013, 20:17
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It's been 3 months since their last reply to me and i am still waiting for a final answer for an interview.

Does anybody knows exactly what is going on ?
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Old 6th Jan 2013, 13:20
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Still nothing. Been around 3,5 months since I sent in the general questionnaire.
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Old 7th Jan 2013, 00:33
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This is Indonesia, and it's like this even in the biggest airlines.
If you don't get a reply in that long of a time, I would prompt them, because they have probably misplaced your stuff and forgotten about you
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Old 7th Jan 2013, 15:05
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Well that seems about right seeing how they today (more than 3 months after submitting all the docs.) asked me kindly to fill out the general questionnaire...AGAIN.

Although it feels good to finally get a life sign from them.
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Old 7th Jan 2013, 20:39
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HR

Around three months ago the HR manager was sacked. No one to take over the job straight away so nothing was handed over. New person just had to start from scratch as they had no idea what was happening. If your waiting for a reply for something you will have to get in touch with them again.

Susi isn't exactly a high paying employer so they get what they pay for.
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Old 8th Jan 2013, 06:11
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Very good salary compared to what?

Most of the Expats get paid about the same as what they would get at home in a similar position. The difference is the cost of living in Indo is generally a lot lower which gives a perception of being paid higher. '

A Caravan PIC making $2200 a month is pretty poor.

I would say that few of the expat management would get more than $5000 a month for the training or maintenance positions they hold.

I was commenting more on the pitiful wages Susi pays her local ground crew and admin staff. They burn through ground crew at an astounding rate. That's what happens when you employ kids and pay them $100 a month. Yes you heard me, $100 a month with free accommodation.
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Old 21st Jan 2013, 09:05
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Susi Air no different than other poorly run airlines

The general conclusion is thus.

We would add that the founder has been called brilliant. Jan Roskams certainly thought so but then he was an aircraft designer, not an airline exec. And as for the dragon lady, she should still be selling handicrafts in Pangandaran off her borrowed motorcycle. she is useless otherwise. O yes, Kaji Ireng is the foundation she founded. Wonder how much SA money is funnelled into that and buying land at Cimerak Nes and other places in south Ciamis regency. Oh hey and how about that... Susi just flew in some fat slobs to her private acreage in Pangandaran to discuss how the NEW regency of Pangandaran will be carved up. She has ambition. And lust for power. She is evil.

And as a woman business owner, the media will fawn over her and the powers that be will support her. She cries crocodile tears for her crashes. A rotten world we live in, indeed.



IF
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Old 22nd Jan 2013, 02:32
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I get an offer to fly there at 3 years ago and I simple refused.
Beyond T&Cs were low, maintenance&technicians are poor as also the flight training that already result in fatal accidents.
Hey Kid if you are desperate to fly better to building time at your local flying club but of course it is up to you, its only a opinion from an mature aviator.
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Old 31st Jan 2013, 11:07
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Hi guys.

I have a question concerning flying on the caravan, how would the FO log the flight hours? If the FO has the cessna 208 class rating on is licence will be different?

Good flights.
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Old 1st Feb 2013, 08:27
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As long as the companies AOC is approved for 2 crew ops on the aircraft you can log the time as p2. I'm fairly sure Susi is approved for it so no worries. It's the same for my company.
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Old 1st Feb 2013, 14:24
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Do someone know if flying for Susi Air for a pair of years would be enough to to obtain a DCGA ATPL? As far as i know Susi Air operate under VMC/VFR rules only.
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Old 1st Feb 2013, 14:47
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Do they accept applications for people with just an MEP and not SEP?
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Old 6th Feb 2013, 05:19
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For everyone who wants to apply to Susi

Read this blog and you will have the answers to most of your questions.

susiairinterview.b l o g s p o t.com

Good luck with your application. If you haven't been answered in 6 weeks, send it again.

AFAIK you need:
CPL SEP
Medical class 1
200ish hrs TT

Last edited by Larscho; 6th Feb 2013 at 05:21.
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Old 9th Feb 2013, 06:59
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I know this has been discussed on page 1 already, but I am still not clear about this:

Since the Caravan is a single pilot aircraft, logging the hours as a FO actually means nothing? It does not account to total time??
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Old 9th Feb 2013, 11:35
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I think you can log ultralight or Caravan FO hours in your logbook,but they mean nothing in Eu/Usa/rest of commercial world...

I will ask this question again,can Indonesian Caa approve MEP/IR rating to fly SEP/IR airplane? My FI told me once that Mep rating covers both
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