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Old 17th Sep 2018, 18:29
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Originally Posted by RomanK View Post
Company presentation + tests last until approximately 15h, then candidates are called in sequence for results/feedback so you can finish between 15h30 and approximately 17h30


Every candidate signs a statement do not disclose details about CQ (like during BQ as well).
Like BQ so what's the point of this forum then?
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Old 19th Sep 2018, 10:26
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I got the Skytest for Eurowings IP/BQ.

Is there any kind human being, who would like to tell me what of the different task i need to study and prepare?
Is the level at the test easy, medium or hard?

Regards,
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Old 22nd Sep 2018, 13:24
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CQ EWE

Originally Posted by kevin UK View Post
hey mate,

Just wondering if you had any luck finding out any info on 3rd stage?

Regards,

Kevin
Hi there.

​​​​​​In the same situation, awaiting for the corporate qualification. Any tips would be highly appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 25th Sep 2018, 15:52
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Hello guys,
Do you have any info about simulator qualification on FNPT II Seneca in Interpersonal for Eurowings?
What routes/airports are usually flown? What charts are used Jeppesen or LIDO?
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Old 30th Sep 2018, 07:28
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Corporate Qualification

Hi folks.

Again about the CQ. Anyone knows if there is a part of computer based A320 knowledge test? Thanks.
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Old 4th Oct 2018, 14:58
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Originally Posted by fisher01 View Post
Hello guys,
Do you have any info about simulator qualification on FNPT II Seneca in Interpersonal for Eurowings?
What routes/airports are usually flown? What charts are used Jeppesen or LIDO?
Hi ! Take a look in the downloads section of career.aero, there is a kind of briefing pack with the charts and what is expected in the sim session. You also have all the parameters of the simulated airplane.

BR
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Old 7th Oct 2018, 12:56
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A lot of threads but not valuable info here, can some nice soul explain what the basic qualification looks like. Thank you very much
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Old 7th Oct 2018, 15:23
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Originally Posted by Lespou View Post
Hi there.

​​​​​​In the same situation, awaiting for the corporate qualification. Any tips would be highly appreciated. Thanks!
My best advice would be to be yourself and be honest. You cannot go wrong with that. They are looking for a personality to fit in their mold.
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Old 7th Oct 2018, 15:57
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Originally Posted by ALPHA 69 View Post
A lot of threads but not valuable info here, can some nice soul explain what the basic qualification looks like. Thank you very much
Hi ! There is a reason for that : we all have signed a sheet of paper saying that we will not disclose any information about these tests.
The only advice I can give is : practice any kind of psychometric test you can find and refresh each ATPL subject.

Best of luck !
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Old 7th Oct 2018, 23:48
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Does anybody have any information regarding the CGN base?
  • How many duty hrs a month
  • how many (if any) night stops
  • on average, more 2 leg or 4 leg days?
  • Chances of getting another base after 1 year?
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Old 8th Oct 2018, 08:20
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CGN was not a base for EWG Europe until recently. Has it changed from EWG Germany since?
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Old 8th Oct 2018, 09:12
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Any for the sim session on Wednesday 10 in Hamburg ? I will be on pa34
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Old 8th Oct 2018, 17:39
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Originally Posted by colbeny View Post
My best advice would be to be yourself and be honest. You cannot go wrong with that. They are looking for a personality to fit in their mold.
Thanks colbeny. Cannot receive your private messages. Can you contact me to jrammir at gmail dot com, please? Thks so much
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Old 8th Oct 2018, 21:24
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Originally Posted by PapaTangoCharlie View Post
Hi ! There is a reason for that : we all have signed a sheet of paper saying that we will not disclose any information about these tests.
The only advice I can give is : practice any kind of psychometric test you can find and refresh each ATPL subject.

Best of luck !
This is a bit square, you are not disclosing any information by sharing general info, I.e. the multitasking test is a regular aircraft operation like the one in skytest and things like that, what you signed , is about not disclosing detailed information like taking pictures or giving away exactly the questions asked.
The reason most people don’t share is because unfortunately we are not a united group of professionals like we see in other professional groups, this is why historically we took a cut of more than 70% on benefits despite seeing a continues market share growth and a unprecedented great business results along the airline market in the last decade. We do not help each other , this why you see threads about people asking what the benefits of x company are and then after you read 100 replies, but no one answers the question.

If you are not allowed to share information you should not join a forum which supposed to be a place of free sharing valuable information.
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Old 9th Oct 2018, 07:41
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ALPHA 69, firstly, I don't see your logic why you forbid someone to join this forum. Why a user decides that another one should leave the forum!?
Secondly, if, for example, Ryanair don't care if we share all the details of the interview so we do that. But Eurowings interview is different and it is based on the idea that details are kept in secret. And we, candidates, agree do not disclose it.
But now you ask us to violate this rule and maybe lose our work contracts, just in a profit of another candidate coming.

Be yourself, read the content in career.aero -> Downloads and start your preparation. If you are a suitable candidate and you are prepared based on this information (despite it is not detailed), you will pass the screening.
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Old 9th Oct 2018, 07:53
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Originally Posted by ALPHA 69 View Post
The reason most people donít share is because unfortunately we are not a united group of professionals like we see in other professional groups, this is why historically we took a cut of more than 70% on benefits despite seeing a continues market share growth and a unprecedented great business results along the airline market in the last decade. We do not help each other , this why you see threads about people asking what the benefits of x company are and then after you read 100 replies, but no one answers the question.

If you are not allowed to share information you should not join a forum which supposed to be a place of free sharing valuable information.
This is sadly how it goes: there always will be a huge fraction of people supporting the side who has the power and control, just to see if they can get any benefit, instead of facing difficulties together.

Sorry, cannot help with BQ since I passed the old DLR test.
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Old 9th Oct 2018, 08:07
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To those, who passed the CQ test at the interpersonal:

Dear all,
Have you got an official job offer from the Eurowings company after passing the CQ? How much time does it take between sim assessment and the CQ? How long does it take to be employed after the CQ? Looking forward to hearing from you.

Best of luck to all
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Old 9th Oct 2018, 16:43
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Two guys in my session got a call for T/R date straight forward after positive answer to the CQ.
The time between Sim and CQ is rather short our long depending of you. I was offered a date 10 days after sim assesment.
Not sure it helps but anyway you have the answer.
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Old 9th Oct 2018, 17:46
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Thank you Aurel31, it helps a lot.
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Old 9th Oct 2018, 19:13
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For me it was 19 days between sim and CQ and just 1 day between CQ and result.
It should be slightly more than 2 months between CQ and training start date but it has become 3 months due to training capacity.
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