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Old 10th Jun 2016, 15:44
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Parting of the ways?

Any truth in the rumour that Flybe and CTC are going their separate ways? It was a short marriage if so....

HW
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Old 10th Jun 2016, 18:25
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Originally Posted by Happy Wanderer View Post
Any truth in the rumour that Flybe and CTC are going their separate ways? It was a short marriage if so....

HW
Good news!
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Old 10th Jun 2016, 23:35
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Unfortunately I doubt this is true - they have just started this process and would be a very unlikely to stop so soon. So this is likely to be porkies.

Why would they cease and again start yet another portal and waste time - there will have bee significant investment in time and costs for this set up..... Doesn't make sense......

May happen in a year or so - if the quality of those sent to the sims are poor!

CTC is only doing the selection and Flybe is assessing flying skills - so all fully in FLYBE's control....

HW care to share reasons why?

CTC compared to all the others have been nothing but professional, offensive or rude in my experience. OAA / CAE is different totally underhanded and unfair....
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Old 14th Jun 2016, 11:07
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Upcoming CTC assessment

If anyone else has chosen the upcoming selection day on the 30th of this month and you want to bounce some ideas or just in general you can get in touch with me privately if you want.
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Old 14th Jun 2016, 13:52
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Your assessment on the 30th

Good luck with your assessment on the 30th, I thoroughly enjoyed mine and everyone I met was great, the assessors were superb and very professional. It's a long day but it's worth every minute of it, good luck!
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Old 14th Jun 2016, 15:48
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Hi,
Good luck with upcoming assessments everyone.
Is anyone able to advise, if successful at the CTC assessment, roughly how long do you have to wait for a Sim assessment?
TIA
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Old 14th Jun 2016, 17:43
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I think it depends on sim availability but for me personally 2 weeks
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Old 20th Jun 2016, 16:27
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Hello everyone,

I passed the sim assessment and was offered a job. Expect a briefing on the Embraer aircraft and either given the Birmingham or Edinburgh plates. The profile is a raw data SID followed by general handling. Once the assessor is happy with your flying, he will setup the autopilot so you can set the approach. Once you've briefed and setup, you will be radar vectored for an approach to land.

If all goes well, you'll fly for 30-40 minutes. Your landing is assessed and if it's below standard, you'll be pushed back to try again. You will need to show progression or you will fail.

Please do not private message me as I will not answer.
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Old 21st Jun 2016, 15:41
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Join Date: Jan 2016
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Hello everyone,

When it says "Graduated from a recognized ATO" has to be OAA, CTC or FTE? Or any graduate coming from a different background is welcome to apply?

Also, where is the best place to take a JOC course?

Thanks in advance
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Old 22nd Jun 2016, 01:36
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Recognized ATO, they don't say partner ATO! Anyway, if you have done your training outside UK your chances are slim (FTE Jerez doesn't count in this statement) . They also have partners with small modulars ATOs such Aeros, BCFT or PAT and now Wingsalliance.
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Old 22nd Jun 2016, 07:09
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Nonsense

What a nonsense. Thats why i stoped reading this forum because people writing pices of crap like comment above.
I have been invited for assessment a month ago as a modular student 37 years of age and minimum hours. I have done my training in UK and Poland. And also everyone from my assessment were modular students and half of them older than me (10 of us)
So please stop writing unconfirmed crap.
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Old 22nd Jun 2016, 08:07
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Have all you successful applicants who were invited to interview done some form of multi crew flying in the last 12 months (such as the MCC/JOC course)?
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Old 22nd Jun 2016, 14:20
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Poland! Well yes probably with Bartolini which is a good school also! I haven't said dont have any chance by the way.
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Old 3rd Jul 2016, 06:33
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Moose2
Was your single engine turboprop stuff flown in a multi-crew environment or have you done the MCC in the last 12 months?
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Old 5th Jul 2016, 00:12
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Finally decided to return home to Blightey, Moose?? ;-) Seriously though, Flybe not insisting on a JOC?
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Old 11th Jul 2016, 19:29
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HLYtaste & unkki....when did you two apply??
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Old 12th Jul 2016, 21:37
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hy,

just an advise, if one date is shown on the website, doesn't meaning that you can request another. Simply ask, sometimes is the better things. I move the mine on 22/08. Good luck at all!
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Old 24th Aug 2016, 13:02
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Buy the Skytest software, practice that and revise the company inside out....and just be a nice friendly person to everyone. Thats what I did and I passed it all.
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Old 11th Sep 2016, 18:03
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Hi guys,

I got an e-mail from CTC last month to attend for assessment and asking me to book a place on the next available selection date. Have been constantly checking the website for the last few weeks now, practically every day. But whenever I log in I always get the response that there are no places available, please try again later.

Reading back over previous comments it was mentioned that CTC put new dates on the system every week but I'm not seeing any? Should I e-mail them or keep checking or have they stopped doing assessments altogether?
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Old 15th Sep 2016, 21:51
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Boeing747NEO,

Have you had your selection at CTC? Any advice? Thanks in advance!
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