Interviews, jobs & sponsorship The forum where interviews, job offers and selection criteria can be discussed and exchanged.

Tnt/Asl airlines belgium

Old 6th Sep 2018, 15:51
  #61 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Sep 2017
Location: Anywhere
Posts: 15
Hey Banana,

Did you pass already al the phases of the selection?
suncruiser650 is offline  
Old 7th Sep 2018, 10:50
  #62 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Sep 2018
Location: Netherlands
Posts: 4
Hi All, new on the forum here.

Going for the written theorethical test on 25th of september. I would appreciatie information about the questions. Been through the whole thread already so lets see whats new .

Congratz for the men and/or women who successfully completed the test already!
Ramses II is offline  
Old 7th Sep 2018, 12:10
  #63 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Sep 2018
Location: Paris
Posts: 3
Theoretical test

Originally Posted by Banana Joe View Post
You usually get the good news by email during the night between Saturday and Sunday. This was the case with me.
Hey please could you tell me what you got in the written test!!? I have it on the 13th (next week). It would help a lot thanks
Al05 is offline  
Old 7th Sep 2018, 19:11
  #64 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Jan 2018
Location: Amantido
Posts: 732
Originally Posted by Al05 View Post
Hey please could you tell me what you got in the written test!!? I have it on the 13th (next week). It would help a lot thanks
All the questions you can find in this thread. It seems they haven't changed much because they will further assess your knowledge with the technical interview. Same applies to the second stage.
Banana Joe is online now  
Old 25th Sep 2018, 19:20
  #65 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Jan 2018
Location: Amantido
Posts: 732
Recently I have received a few message requests, all of which I tried to reply to but PPRuNe blocked them as the system reckons the recipients' inboxes are full.

To cut it short, the questions reported in this thread were the actual questions I had in May. ACE The Technical Pilot interview is a good read to prepare for the first two steps.
Banana Joe is online now  
Old 1st Oct 2018, 11:22
  #66 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: FRANCE
Posts: 1
Hi Folks !
Did anybody go to the last part of the process ? Psychotest ! Tips and Feedbacks would be appreciated ?

Thanks
APUHunter is offline  
Old 9th Oct 2018, 06:28
  #67 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: belgium
Posts: 13
Hi guys,

Just passed the interview a few days ago.
Straight forward, Chief Pilot, Training Manager and Hr representative.
They asked me to introduce myself and some motivation questions followed by technical questions, do not hesitate to draw on the whiteboard behind you, this makes life easier. Questions were about holding ( entry, timing, buffer and obstacle clearance ), coffin corner, circling approach ( how to fly, protection area and g/a ).
riegercar is offline  
Old 9th Oct 2018, 13:02
  #68 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Nov 2016
Location: Montpellier
Posts: 2
Hey guys,
I'm going to do the selection process for ASL Belgium and I was wondering the time between 2 stage of the selection process.. Is it 2 weeks ? 1 months ?

Thanks !
RodrigueE is offline  
Old 9th Oct 2018, 16:44
  #69 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Jan 2018
Location: Amantido
Posts: 732
It's a 4 stage process, the whole thing takes on average 3 months.
Banana Joe is online now  
Old 12th Oct 2018, 16:16
  #70 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: May 2018
Location: Europe
Posts: 18
Originally Posted by RodrigueE View Post
Hey guys,
I'm going to do the selection process for ASL Belgium and I was wondering the time between 2 stage of the selection process.. Is it 2 weeks ? 1 months ?

Thanks !
Hi ! It really depends on there need, for me it was :
1 month between application and step 1
2 weeks between step 1 & 2
2 weeks between step 2 & 3
2 Days between step 3 & 4.

But I was not availlable on certain dates they have proposed to me, so it could actually be much faster.

Last edited by PapaTangoCharlie; 15th Oct 2018 at 09:24.
PapaTangoCharlie is offline  
Old 15th Oct 2018, 09:21
  #71 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Sep 2017
Location: Anywhere
Posts: 15
Does anyone has some info about the psychological assesment? What can I expect during that day?
suncruiser650 is offline  
Old 15th Oct 2018, 12:01
  #72 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Sep 2018
Location: Amsterdam
Posts: 5
Theory test

Hi folks

I am. Invited for the theory test end of the month. Is there somebody who recently did this one, and willing to share some valuable tips with me maybe?

Thank you all so. Much!

Regards, p
Paul1990 is offline  
Old 16th Oct 2018, 13:18
  #73 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Sep 2017
Location: Anywhere
Posts: 15
Read the complete topic, you will find all the questions here. Study these and you will pass.
Good luck!!
suncruiser650 is offline  
Old 16th Oct 2018, 13:51
  #74 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: Brussels
Posts: 3
Psycho and Sim

So can anyone help with the psycho and sim assessment? Any tips would be appreciated!

Thanks
zztyled is offline  
Old 17th Oct 2018, 10:11
  #75 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: Belgium
Posts: 1
Originally Posted by zztyled View Post
So can anyone help with the psycho and sim assessment? Any tips would be appreciated!

Thanks
Would also appreciate info on the psycho test, apparently there is an intellectual capacities test. Is this math spatial orientation and the likes ? I have trained with Skytest is this enough or is there a better way to train ?
Hpilot1 is offline  
Old 21st Nov 2018, 17:48
  #76 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: sea of tranquility
Age: 31
Posts: 13
Hello all, I can't tell for the psychometrics part. The small info I have from someone who did both the BQ at Eurowings and ASL is that he found it easier the one at ASL,
But the evalution with psychologist seems to be very thorough, there is also I have heard, a role play.

Do you have recent feedbacks from the sim ? it would be great to have some.
Here is the information I have from 2 different sources : you fly a full motion sim, seems that mainly manual flying is evaluated, PNF is one of your examiner. You have to fly a big pattern around the airport with radar vectors, then ILS, then going around then engine failure during the missed. In all : duration approx 15 min.

How do you prepare : I have heard there are FNPT in Bruxelles, would you go ?
Best of luck with your selection !
anotherwanabee is offline  
Old 21st Nov 2018, 19:55
  #77 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Jan 2018
Location: Amantido
Posts: 732
That is accurate. The assessors will brief you on everything before the assessment starts, with pitch and power values. There are no surprises.
Banana Joe is online now  
Old 23rd Nov 2018, 14:10
  #78 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: sea of tranquility
Age: 31
Posts: 13
Thanks Banana Joe,
Just one more info maybe if you know :
Do we fly have to fly with the flight director or not ?
anotherwanabee is offline  
Old 23rd Nov 2018, 17:01
  #79 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Jan 2018
Location: Amantido
Posts: 732
Raw data, that is without A/P, F/D and A/T.
Banana Joe is online now  
Old 26th Nov 2018, 16:28
  #80 (permalink)  
 
Join Date: Nov 2018
Location: Air
Posts: 7
Smile Standard missed approach gradient?

Originally Posted by Le Bigleux View Post
Hello folks,

I went to the two first steps. Unfortunately I under performed at the technical questions during the interview so I didn't pass.

Nothing much to add about the first step, there are twenty questions straight from the "Ace" book. It's not a traditional multiple-choice questionnaire, you have to write an answer. It seems they are different questionnaires with some variations. Here are those I remember:

What is a flat-rated engine?
What is the relationship between stall speed and weight?
What are the three purposes of spoilers?
What is a stopway?
What is Vmca?

Describe the four segments of a take-off (twin engine)
Basic QNH calculation (QFE 980 hPa at an airfield at 200m AMSL: what is the approximate QNH?)
Ten abbreviations to explain: PBN, MOCA, REIL, NADP, RNP, ETOPS, TCAS, FADEC, ...
Some SIGWX symbols to explain
What is the minimum fuel required to dispatch an aircraft?
METAR to decode
Take-off separation in minutes, from the same point and from an intermediate point
What is a great circle track?
Explain a hold entry
What are the ISA condtions at sea level?
What are the two types of taxiway lightings?

What is a clearway?
What is Vmcg?
What is the most efficient system for stopping at high speed?


Then I was invited to the interview. The HR part was classical: introduction, why a cargo airline, what is your plan to commute, etc.
Then, the technical questions. Boy, was I bad that day. There was a white board and they asked me to use it to answer the questions. As I remember:
- you go around at minimums after a CAT I approach. You climb following the standard missed approach gradient. What is your elevation after 10 NM? (hint: 2,4%, don't forget to add the DH)
- you fly straight to a VOR, heading 220°. You are asked to hold on radial 280 (standard hold). What is the type of entry into the hold? (I'm afraid I mixed up the radial with the inbound track)
- what is the landing climb gradient on a twin-engine? What is the associated airplane configuration? Same question for an approach climb.
- what is RVSM?

Basically nothing difficult. Just make sure to review the performance chapter.

Oh, also I suggest you spare some time to visit Liège. I enjoyed it
I'm sorry for replying to this 10 years after it was posted, but I just can't handle the doubt... Isn't the standard missed approach PDG 2,5% instead of 2,4% as stated here?
Thanks everyone and good luck applying at ASLAB. I'm attending the written theoretical test on the 28th of November!
angle_of_defense is offline  

Thread Tools
Search this Thread

Contact Us Archive Advertising Cookie Policy Privacy Statement Terms of Service

Copyright © 2018 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved. Use of this site indicates your consent to the Terms of Use.