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Old 11th Nov 2019, 22:40
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Are they paying cadets from day one of the type rating or is this 6 months beginning after?
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Old 11th Nov 2019, 23:36
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Originally Posted by bulldog89 View Post
If you read even more carefully you'll understand that you pay 10k cash and then another 20k to leave in the first year, when you'll find out the pay is poor, living costs high and commuting unthinkable. Of course you could always stay 3 years and then cry when you find out how much money you lost compared to other A320 employers...your call.

Another fun fact: you'll be on a 15k GROSS salary for 6 months, no matter how much you fly. So for 6 months your gross salary would be less than your bond.

But hey...accordingly to your mothertongue it's only 10000Ä, right?
I suppose youíre not after Lauda then...

For anyone wanting to join Lauda, the only cost you need to cover is the 10k euros. That is all. Itís absurd if you join an airline with view to leave in first year. I suppose youíre that type of person, a recruiter will not want you.
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 05:31
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Originally Posted by Nineshsimbers View Post
I suppose youíre not after Lauda then...

For anyone wanting to join Lauda, the only cost you need to cover is the 10k euros. That is all. Itís absurd if you join an airline with view to leave in first year. I suppose youíre that type of person, a recruiter will not want you.
Ryanair was bonding for 5 years with 5000Ä initial payment, Lauda 3 years and 10000Ä initial payment. Cadets who applied to Ryan are now being assessed for Lauda, and Ryan management is actively trying to force FR pilots to move to Lauda as they obviously don't want to.

All of this should ring a lot of bells...do you really think Lauda is a career airline?
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 08:40
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Originally Posted by bulldog89 View Post


Ryanair was bonding for 5 years with 5000€ initial payment, Lauda 3 years and 10000€ initial payment. Cadets who applied to Ryan are now being assessed for Lauda, and Ryan management is actively trying to force FR pilots to move to Lauda as they obviously don't want to.

All of this should ring a lot of bells...do you really think Lauda is a career airline?
You sound like an expert. Do you even have a PPL? Did the idea that people who applied to Lauda directly are getting called cross your genius mind at all?
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 09:11
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Originally Posted by BoeingLudo737 View Post
You sound like an expert. Do you even have a PPL? Did the idea that people who applied to Lauda directly are getting called cross your genius mind at all?
My qualification is none of your business, but for sure I have more experience in FR management than you do.
Of course who applied to Lauda is being called, but even you, with your giant pro-Ryanair bias, should realize that applying to a company and being interviewed for another one it's a rather strange practice.

If you have any further interest about my experience feel free to PM me, no English required, parla come mangi che non impressioni nessuno.
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 10:48
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Originally Posted by Nineshsimbers View Post
Who would want to work for a company like easyJet anyway who promote positive discrimination and allow a very poor standard of cadet First Officers to join their company.
You must be kidding... I'm a cadet who joined the company through the Amy Johnson scheme. Never struggled at work and just passed my LPC with an external TRE. Usually people talk s**t like you do when they got rejected.

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Old 12th Nov 2019, 11:09
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Sounds like a big number of people that applied has the opportunity to go to the online assessment! So good luck guys!
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 11:41
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Originally Posted by crimito View Post
You must be kidding... I'm a cadet who joined the company through the Amy Johnson scheme. Never struggled at work and just passed my LPC with an external TRE. Usually people talk s**t like you do when they got rejected.
Donít get me wrong. I believe everyone should have equal opportunity in getting into the RHS. I think its great that they are trying to get more females into the industry, fantastic going round to local schools and promoting the career as a pilot as open to all. However the monetary scholarships should be equal to everyone, I am sorry.

I know many EZY skippers, they are great. The standard and quality of training at easyJet is meant to be fantastic too, but even your own skippers question the process that cadet FOs go through to get into the company. I know a few that have gotten in, obviously succeeded in the assessment, however their training record is shocking. There is that but also them as a person. That being said, there are also people who did great in their training results and joined easyJet but there is almost like no filter for the other category...

I got into easyJet through my FTO. A very easy assessment. Much easier than to get into my FTO. You almost donít feel proud to have passed it when you do...An interview with one person and a group exercise. Out of 18 of us 16 got in. Unfortunately I could not afford the 30k TR cost same as many.

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Old 12th Nov 2019, 12:38
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Originally Posted by bulldog89 View Post


My qualification is none of your business, but for sure I have more experience in FR management than you do.
Of course who applied to Lauda is being called, but even you, with your giant pro-Ryanair bias, should realize that applying to a company and being interviewed for another one it's a rather strange practice.

If you have any further interest about my experience feel free to PM me, no English required, parla come mangi che non impressioni nessuno.
Parla come mangi? Ma che vuol dire? You have experience in what? I am not trying to impress anyone however, I believe it is an English thread hence, that's why I am writing in English.
It seems that nobody who applied directly to Ryanair is getting called by Lauda. I believe that the reason why people might get a call from Lauda is because they actually made an application to them
Stop the conspiracy theories!
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 15:00
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Originally Posted by BoeingLudo737 View Post
Parla come mangi? Ma che vuol dire? You have experience in what? I am not trying to impress anyone however, I believe it is an English thread hence, that's why I am writing in English.
It seems that nobody who applied directly to Ryanair is getting called by Lauda. I believe that the reason why people might get a call from Lauda is because they actually made an application to them
Stop the conspiracy theories!
Are you sure?
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 15:09
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Originally Posted by bulldog89 View Post
Have you asked him whether he actually applied for a job with Lauda? give it up!
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 15:22
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Originally Posted by BoeingLudo737 View Post
Have you asked him whether he actually applied for a job with Lauda? give it up!
Just read his post...and there's another guy on the forum in the same situation...
Add another two pilots I personally know and you SHOULD be able to see a pattern. But as usual talking with you is just a waste of time.
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Old 12th Nov 2019, 17:53
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Has anyone who received the recent e-mail following the Lauda application a few months back, received a date for the supposed assessment at the end of november ?
I have replied on last Friday but still nothing
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Old 14th Nov 2019, 17:35
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Has anyone who received the recent e-mail following the Lauda application a few months back, received a date for the supposed assessment at the end of november ?
I have replied on last Friday but still nothing
Yes they offered me 26, 27 and 29 November. Iīm still waiting for a confirmation email though.
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Old 16th Nov 2019, 17:05
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Do you guys have the UPRT certificate ? It appears we may have to bring it at the assessment ...
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Old 18th Nov 2019, 21:13
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Guys, does anyone have the confirmation of the date for the assessment, I am still waiting!! regards.
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 10:46
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Originally Posted by george2323 View Post
Guys, does anyone have the confirmation of the date for the assessment, I am still waiting!! regards.
I was invited to attend on of those dates at the end of November too, but I just got an email saying that at the moment all the assessment slots have been cancelled! Damn!
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 11:25
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Originally Posted by Omis95 View Post


I was invited to attend on of those dates at the end of November too, but I just got an email saying that at the moment all the assessment slots have been cancelled! Damn!
I got the same email unfortunately, anyone got a mail where they actualy where invited to an assesment?
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 11:58
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Originally Posted by Omis95 View Post


I was invited to attend on of those dates at the end of November too, but I just got an email saying that at the moment all the assessment slots have been cancelled! Damn!
got the same answer
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Old 19th Nov 2019, 12:39
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I know RYR would bottle the Lauda start up.....They’re losing a lot of money already...explains why they are cancelling sessions. Sorry guys. All the best
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