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Old 27th Nov 2018, 07:29
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Originally Posted by angle_of_defense View Post
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!
3 types of Missed Approach, the standard one is 2.5 %. The 2,4 % is related to the net climb gradient upon departure ( +0,8 safety ) witch gives you a 200 FT/Nm.
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Old 27th Nov 2018, 07:53
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Also, the discontinued approach climb gradiŽnt is 2.1 %.
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Old 27th Nov 2018, 10:03
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So which one should be used for this exercise (and why)?
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Old 27th Nov 2018, 11:48
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Originally Posted by angle_of_defense View Post
So which one should be used for this exercise (and why)?
The 2,5% I think since it's the standard climb gradiŽnt.
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Old 27th Nov 2018, 18:11
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Today I heard that I passed the interview. Next week I have my simulator session. Does somebody have some valuable information and tips what I can expect maybe? Would be really appriciated 😃
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Old 28th Nov 2018, 07:06
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Today I heard that I passed the interview. Next week I have my simulator session. Does somebody have some valuable information and tips what I can expect maybe? Would be really appriciated 😃
It's straight forward, you are on the runway , normal take-off with level off on the axis, then downwind base and final ILS followed by a go-around engine out level off.

It's a good atmosphere, they just wanna see your scan and how you handle the 737.

Have fun ! The Full Motion system is amazing
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Old 3rd Dec 2018, 12:43
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Hi, regarding the Sim, I have a question about the aircraft : if it is possible to fully configure before glide/loc capture to slow down things and ease the approach ? Would you do so ?
Thanks
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Old 4th Dec 2018, 11:38
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You aren't expected to know how to do a low drag/low noise approach, that's more something for the line training. You will get a short but extensive briefing on power and pitch values and suggested configuration changes. There will be no surprise in the sim and they will do their best to make you feel at ease so you can give your best. Good luck.
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Old 4th Dec 2018, 11:49
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Gear down flaps 15 glide alive , then 1 dot flaps 30 and you catch the glide and start your descent .

Really easy
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Old 7th Dec 2018, 13:09
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Originally Posted by APUHunter View Post
Hi Folks !
Did anybody go to the last part of the process ? Psychotest ! Tips and Feedbacks would be appreciated ?

Thanks
As far as I can see here there is no reply for the psychotest.

The test occurs in Maastricht, expect full day ( 6 hrs ) , a lot of personal questions to start with followed by an interview with a Psy.
Then kind of IQ test : Spatial orientation, Planning , Math & Logical sequences ...
You end up the day with a communication skills' test ( talking to the cpt about your personnal feeling of the last flights ).

Cheers
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Old 13th Dec 2018, 07:15
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Hello all, I went through the test in Maastricht recently.
I confirm what riegercar stated above.
For the communication test it is all about you, the decision is not what they are looking for but really how you come to this decision.This exercise takes 10min.
I was surprised by the level of difficulty of some psychometrics tests. Some are really doable (orientation : you have a map and have to tell where is a town located according to another location. Or you have a PFD and you have to find the corresponding aircraft attitude).
But then the capacity tests (IQ tests) were hard times for me.. Maybe I will be rejected because of that.. Did it happen to one of you ?

Then they grade every results, and write a summery of your performance. they send the report to you first to ask you for the authorisation to transmit it to ASL.
The report come with a recommandation for ASL to wich degree you can fit into an FO position (for instrance Favorable, neutral, defavorable).

Hope it helps.
Cheers
best of luck
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Old 14th Dec 2018, 08:54
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Waiting for feedback

I think the average person has difficulties with those IQ tests, so itís easier to see who is above average. But I donít believe they will fail you because of that. They donít look for superhumans I suppose.

I have been waiting for over a month now for that feedback, but still nothing. I sent a mail recently and I have been told they are still working on it. Anyone knows why this takes so long?

Greetings
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Old 14th Dec 2018, 17:05
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Hello zztyled, thanks for your reply.
I am surprised with your situation, it must be hard to wait all this time, I can't imagine 1 mounth and no feedback . You maybe have to check with them again by phone : when I was doing the interview in Maastricht I was told that the report should be available at the latest one week later.
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Old 14th Dec 2018, 18:43
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For those wondering why the process takes a while. I personnally had to wait 3 weeks after having completed all stages before finally getting the news. Bear in mind that the boarding has to go through your entire report before making a final decision. Lots of candidates are being screened at the moment hence the long waiting time. Best of luck to everyone running for the job.
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Old 8th Jan 2019, 10:40
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Hello. After the selection process, do ASLB declines a lot of people among those who passed the 4 steps ?
Or is there a waiting list for those who passed the tests but were not prefered for immediate employment ?
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Old 23rd Jan 2019, 10:11
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Hello,

Anyone knows if they still hold interviews?
I applied mid/end December.

Peace!
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Old 25th Jan 2019, 14:43
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I dont't know for sure but I doubt it for the following mounth. What I can tell you is that in the moment the do not seem in a hurry to call for pilots.
Do someone here got recently offered a job at ASLB ?
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Old 3rd Mar 2019, 08:00
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Originally Posted by anotherwanabee View Post
I dont't know for sure but I doubt it for the following month. What I can tell you is that in the moment the do not seem in a hurry to call for pilots.
Do someone here got recently offered a job at ASLB ?
How about this month?
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Old 15th Mar 2019, 10:25
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nothing , do you have news ?
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Old 15th Mar 2019, 11:11
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Recruitment stopped, now there is an excess of FO's to cover upcoming upgrades and fleet transfers.
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