# Eurowings Europe F/O

Join Date: Feb 2019

Location: Elsewhere

Posts: 92

Join Date: Jul 2019

Location: Amsterdam

Posts: 3

Hey OD,

Sorry to hear you didn't get through this time - plenty of other schemes and more chances to try again for this one . Check out the 2020 Air Lingus one too - one of the only funded ones out there!

Mental math is the bit I'm most worried about too, please could you give me a heads up on the following:

- Is it addition / subtraction / multiplication / division, or are there other operations they give you?

- How big are the numbers, 3 or 4 digit?

- How many stages / screens for each calculation?

Anything on the other maths? I'm still worried about doing trig without a calculator!

Thanks,

Bram

Sorry to hear you didn't get through this time - plenty of other schemes and more chances to try again for this one . Check out the 2020 Air Lingus one too - one of the only funded ones out there!

Mental math is the bit I'm most worried about too, please could you give me a heads up on the following:

- Is it addition / subtraction / multiplication / division, or are there other operations they give you?

- How big are the numbers, 3 or 4 digit?

- How many stages / screens for each calculation?

Anything on the other maths? I'm still worried about doing trig without a calculator!

Thanks,

Bram

Join Date: Sep 2011

Location: Paris

Age: 34

Posts: 4

Hi folks,

Are the whole example tests on EAQC.aero website exhaustive? Or are there any other tests to consider using SkyTest?

Regarding the Mathematic problems (not the mental Maths part), is there any draft paper distribution?

Thanks

Are the whole example tests on EAQC.aero website exhaustive? Or are there any other tests to consider using SkyTest?

Regarding the Mathematic problems (not the mental Maths part), is there any draft paper distribution?

Thanks

Join Date: Feb 2019

Location: Elsewhere

Posts: 92

Maybe the easiest questions of the test.

Join Date: Jul 2019

Location: rome

Posts: 12

If you look at the figures, it is true that Eurowings is loosing quite a lot of money and isn't much profitable for the Lufthansa group. it is even said that a social plan to try to rebuild the airline in a more profitable, cost effective way could be in store, leaving the long haul sector, etc... They already have a pretty big pool of pilots. If you don't speak German, you will only be eligible for 3 bases, which takes quite a time because they need a big turnover to be able to get you a seat soon. I have a few mates who passed the assessment last January and are still waiting for a start date. They have received a e-mail recently saying that they unfortunately have no long-term sight on the possible dates for type rating, and that with the current economic situation for the airline they are at that time unable to tell if a possible TR could take place beginning of 2020 or not...

Join Date: Jul 2019

Location: Amsterdam

Posts: 3

Hi RP001,

Can you just confirm you're talking about the Eurowings ATPL BQ?

Can you just confirm you're talking about the Eurowings ATPL BQ?

From the EFA website, the training materials they provide, and reviews from Pilottenboard, there is no mention of needing to revise ATPL subjects. If there are questions that come up on this in the Eurowings ATPL BQ, please can you let me know which areas you think I should revise?

Many thanks,

Bram

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Many thanks,

Bram

R

There were 60 questions, approx 5 from each field. I know there were questions from Air Law, performance, principles of flight, systems, meteo, navigation.

Some questions:

Balanced take off, what is v1, when is rwy contaminated, what happens with v1 when rwy is flooded, how is fuel measured when filling the tanks, where does the CP move if you increase AofA, climbing with constant TAS, CAS..., from what FL is the possibility if icing in CB, correct position report in IFR, what is 7700, compass error...

The time is a bit tricky because it seems 45min is enough but if you will be nervous like me it can get a little hot at the end

Best of luck!

Some questions:

Balanced take off, what is v1, when is rwy contaminated, what happens with v1 when rwy is flooded, how is fuel measured when filling the tanks, where does the CP move if you increase AofA, climbing with constant TAS, CAS..., from what FL is the possibility if icing in CB, correct position report in IFR, what is 7700, compass error...

The time is a bit tricky because it seems 45min is enough but if you will be nervous like me it can get a little hot at the end

Best of luck!

Join Date: Sep 2017

Location: UK/Aus

Posts: 82

Hi RP001,

Can you just confirm you're talking about the Eurowings ATPL BQ?

Can you just confirm you're talking about the Eurowings ATPL BQ?

From the EFA website, the training materials they provide, and reviews from Pilottenboard, there is no mention of needing to revise ATPL subjects. If there are questions that come up on this in the Eurowings ATPL BQ, please can you let me know which areas you think I should revise?

Many thanks,

Bram

R

Many thanks,

Bram

R