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Old 13th Mar 2022, 16:13
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Originally Posted by mecenos
yes, they still charge 350Ä for sim and 55Ä for online assessment
Yes it is 350 EUR
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Old 13th Mar 2022, 17:10
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I wonder, is there any other airline in the world that charges the assessment?
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Old 13th Mar 2022, 17:39
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Originally Posted by Gio87
I wonder, is there any other airline in the world that charges the assessment?
is there any other that hires ntr? Wizz states that they hire, but people are waiting from months for assessment
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Old 13th Mar 2022, 18:28
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Originally Posted by mecenos
is there any other that hires ntr? Wizz states that they hire, but people are waiting from months for assessment
True, but Ryanair has always been charging the assessment even before covid when there was a great demand..
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Anyone which was unsuccessful in the assessment with Ryanair and applied once again after 6 months?
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 10:27
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Originally Posted by Montr3al
Anyone which was unsuccessful in the assessment with Ryanair and applied once again after 6 months?
I have not heard about anyone who has been called for the second assessment in Dublin
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 12:11
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Originally Posted by Gio87
True, but Ryanair has always been charging the assessment even before covid when there was a great demand..
I think it is because of this particular company rules. Ryanair has always been charging for everything, including uniforms etcÖ
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 18:01
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Hi everyone.
Iíve been invited for the assessment on 23rd of March. Is there anyone who got the same date?
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 18:10
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Hi,
Is anyone going to have a sim assessment soon and is interested in a preparation session somewhere in Poland? It will most likely be either Poznan or Warsaw.
I'm looking to do a prep around 28-29/03, but earlier dates could be agreed. It will probably be 1 day, also to be agreed.

Not sure how the message system works here, but it seems I only can have 1 message and it's full, so drop a note that you have PMd in this thread.

cheers
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 19:48
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Does anyone happen to know how much time Ryanair allow from the moment you pass the interview in Dublin until the Type Rating course begins?
Thanks in advance.
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Old 14th Mar 2022, 20:13
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Originally Posted by CaptaiNick
Does anyone happen to know how much time Ryanair allow from the moment you pass the interview in Dublin until the Type Rating course begins?
Thanks in advance.
Hello Dude, it depends, itís not always the same time period. Sometimes 2 or 3 months, sometimes 5. After beeing sucessfull in Dublin, you have 6 months to start your type rating (they will give you this opportunity), otherway you have to pass again online assessment and sim assessment (if they will decide to invite you again, but I never heard about that case)
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Old 16th Mar 2022, 19:12
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Originally Posted by Kefo
Hello guys!

Does anyone know whether a high school diploma is a MUST to bring as one of the documents required for the assessment day? If so does it have to be in English or is it enough if its in Swedish? (like in my case).
This is a MUST yes. It has to be in English, all stated on the website.
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Originally Posted by Kefo
okay thanks!

Tried to check on the website but I could not find it, maybe I missed it.

Also is it enough for me to have one of my previous employers as a reference, and one from someone I've known for more than 5 years un-related? Saw that you could have 2 references from either:
- person you have known for more than 5 years un related to you
- employers from previous work
- Educational body (high school or uni)

Since getting a reference from my previous high school is alot more complicated, I assume that one from my previous employer and one from a person I have known for 5 years is enough in this case? since it states minimum 2 from those 3?
I thought you ment a flight school report, that is a must.
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Originally Posted by Kefo
Oh, no I meant high school diploma, I do have a flight school report
I see. Then disregard my answer ;-)
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Old 16th Mar 2022, 20:33
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Originally Posted by Kefo
okay thanks!

Tried to check on the website but I could not find it, maybe I missed it.

Also is it enough for me to have one of my previous employers as a reference, and one from someone I've known for more than 5 years un-related? Saw that you could have 2 references from either:
- person you have known for more than 5 years un related to you
- employers from previous work
- Educational body (high school or uni)

Since getting a reference from my previous high school is alot more complicated, I assume that one from my previous employer and one from a person I have known for 5 years is enough in this case? since it states minimum 2 from those 3?
Thatís right, one from previous employer and one from person who knows you from 5 years will be enough. In addition to that - school report, and that are all refferences you need
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Old 17th Mar 2022, 00:43
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Originally Posted by mecenos
Hello,

advertises are nit allowed here, but from all platforma you mentioned I recommend the last one is nearly exacly the same as the Real online assesssment.

If it goes about a time. It is limitated and the Real inductive as well as deductive are much harder than those on the platform, but you
donít need to do them all. They give information about it.

Multitasking - theres is no taak with landing plane and runway, no need to practice this one, everything you have on the mentioned platform.
math is quite easy, just adding and substracting Numbers, up to 30, no dividing etc.

hope it helps
Hello !
Thank you and that sounds very affirming, as i have been using the same website (pilotassessments) for 2 weeks to prepare

I am not sure about how heavy the ATPL questions part is. 30 Q's in 10 min is very fast, but were there any predominant Subjects in the mix , like AGK or Human Performance for Example ? And any calculations ?

Thanks in advance for Your much appreciated feedback !
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Old 17th Mar 2022, 06:55
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Originally Posted by Kefo
okay, with school report i guess you mean the flight school report? Still trying to figure out whether high school diploma is needed or not hehe cant find any info.
Affirm - Flight school report. None of high school or university diplomas are needed. ATPL exams covers all they want from yours learning skills
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Hi guys,
Anyone happen to know which bases they're recruiting for, for April OCC start dates for experienced B737 FOs? British passport holder, EASA licence, if that helps.
Thanks
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HI all,
In autumn 2021 i applied for a ryanair mentored aps, and was told my application wont be taken any further, so i never even got to do an online assessment, even though i met all the min requirements, and atpls were good as was flight school report (from a ryanair approved school), first time pass on all skill test etc, i am 39 now so i can assume my age is stopping me, as i had to give my date of birth on application,
Is it possible to reapply again to just get invited for an online assessment to get into a mentored APS course, or am i wasting my time really?
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Old 17th Mar 2022, 16:03
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Originally Posted by Toro103r
HI all,
In autumn 2021 i applied for a ryanair mentored aps, and was told my application wont be taken any further, so i never even got to do an online assessment, even though i met all the min requirements, and atpls were good as was flight school report (from a ryanair approved school), first time pass on all skill test etc, i am 39 now so i can assume my age is stopping me, as i had to give my date of birth on application,
Is it possible to reapply again to just get invited for an online assessment to get into a mentored APS course, or am i wasting my time really?
You would be wasting your time and money If you spent it in this aps mcc. You don't need it. Just apply directly to Ryanair for the cadet FO position and If you have the chance for an assessment pay for a couple of hours in a 737 sim to get yourself prepared. That will cost you between 400-700 euros and only one day of your life. You don't need anything else let alone a very expensive APS MCC.
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