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Old 17th Jan 2012, 13:53
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Question Interview and simulator assessment Sunexpress

Just got invited for a simulator test and interview at Sunexpress. Does anyone have any experience with this? Maybe someone who already got in?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 17th Jan 2012, 14:21
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Hi,


when did you apply and how? When did you get a call for assessment because I got a e-mail from them month ago requesting to send them my CV and all documents etc.

Do you have a TR?

Cheers
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when did you applied and what is your experience?
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Old 18th Jan 2012, 13:42
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As usual 2 ( now 3) very useful replies.
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Old 18th Jan 2012, 14:05
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Have you done the TOEFL/TOEIC and Mollymawk psychometrics yet?

I did the assessment in the 737 sim roughly a year ago. It was simple and very fair, one NDB and one ILS, a little bit of airwork. All raw data. I recommend getting used to the LIDO-charts since they don't use the Jeppesen ones.

I've heard rumours of that some people do the sim-screening in the DA42 nowadays. But I'm not sure of this.

Have you recieved a date for the sim yet? I'm still waiting for a date.
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Old 19th Jan 2012, 11:52
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Are you expected to speak the local language, or is English enough? On their website, you can only apply in Turkish...
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Old 19th Jan 2012, 15:49
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I believe they are hiring Native and Turkish citizens living abroad who qualify at this stage.

Applied also, passed the mollymawk test and TOEFL.
Currently waiting for a sim slot for grading.
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Are Fyerfly and you from CAE NLS?
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Dear Akreb,

could you please share some information regarding the mollymawk test?

many thanks for your help!
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Old 1st Mar 2012, 14:21
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sunexpress

far better to stay at home waiting for better opportunities.. they are arrogant, rude and unprofessional... been there 2 years.. no way to go back, expecially in IST.
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they are arrogant, rude and unprofessional
This is fairly standard for all Turkish operators. And possibly even most airlines in this world!
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Old 4th Jun 2012, 16:56
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Sunexpress

Hello Pilot 415,

What kind of experience you have had with Sunexpress that you think they are arrogant?
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Hello my friends,

back to the topic. I also applied for SXS in march. They wanted me to send them my CV in their special format. I have no TOEFL, or an equivalent test just the English Level 4 entry in my licence. I have passed the DLR GU. Do I have any benefits regarding the DLR? And is it possible to send the CV without the TOEFL etc.? I have already demanded several times by mail, but got no reply

thank you, cheeers
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A Toefl/Toeic is mandatory nowadays. I dont know if they are willing to make an exeption anymore.
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