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Old 4th Mar 2023, 16:47
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Non type rate

Originally Posted by pilot87
Hi, anyone knows what are current requirements for Non-type FO recruitment?
Hey Pilot87, i was reading that forum due to thinking about to send my cv as a experienced FO non type rated, Do you know something else? Cause all i read it here is to cadet.

Thanks sir, have a nice day
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Old 5th Mar 2023, 09:47
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Originally Posted by js8
Hey Pilot87, i was reading that forum due to thinking about to send my cv as a experienced FO non type rated, Do you know something else? Cause all i read it here is to cadet.

Thanks sir, have a nice day
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You know Ryanair have a website with all the information you are looking for?



https://careers.ryanair.com/search/#pilotjobs
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Old 5th Mar 2023, 10:49
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[QUOTE=Climb150;11395801]​​​​​​
You know Ryanair have a website with all the information you are looking for?



yeye obviously, but I mean doing the online test capt has 1 tasks and Fo 4 tasks...so i would say is a little bit diffent from cadet process. So my question is: what tasks for Fo and capts?
Thanks :P

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Old 5th Mar 2023, 14:33
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Originally Posted by A320LGW
I don't believe it had anything to do with your ATPL, they wouldn't have invited you in the first place. Don't do the APS that's a waste if you already have an MCC. It sounds to me like you need to hire a sim and an instructor who knows the Ryanair assessment profile and spend a few hours doing it on repeat.
There is only 3 ways to do it, prepare, prepare, prepare...
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Old 8th Mar 2023, 11:42
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hi guys,
Does anyone know if Lauda and Ryanair have the same structure for online assessment?
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Old 11th Mar 2023, 15:09
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Originally Posted by Papanguepl
hello I am in the same situation I sent an email to AFA and I am waiting for their answer they said they will send me if Ryanair approves it
Any news?
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Old 12th Mar 2023, 09:58
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How are ryr planning to fill their U.K. bases in years to come? U.K. passport and U.K. licence would be needed presumably…
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Old 12th Mar 2023, 11:35
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If Anyone starting TR on 5th June, send me dm and we get in touch.
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Old 12th Mar 2023, 15:22
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They're already sponsoring UK visas, it's really easy to get in the UK as a pilot as of today.
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Old 12th Mar 2023, 19:16
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I'm assuming they're still calling people in for interviews/assessments in large quantities? Or is all that tailing off coming into the summer busy season? I wonder if you're better off finishing your training around the end of summer to have the best chances.
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Old 13th Mar 2023, 10:01
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Originally Posted by Contact Approach
How are ryr planning to fill their U.K. bases in years to come? U.K. passport and U.K. licence would be needed presumably…
UK licenses are only needed for the RYR UK fleet which currently stands at about 10-15 aircraft. The vast majority of the UK operation is RYR DAC, EI reg, requiring an EASA (IAA) license. The company are sponsoring UK work visas for EU citizens to be based there, be that to work for DAC or RUK.

As far as I'm aware recruitment does not slow during summer
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Old 13th Mar 2023, 17:54
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Hi
I received the email for the first part of the assessment... can you recommend the best site with best complete database for the preparation?
thanks
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Old 14th Mar 2023, 09:19
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Light at the end of the tunnel, 37 years old and get an offer for Ryan.
I want to share my experience.
Background and experience: Basic MCC A320 (the cheapest I found), I save some money for SIM preparation, I think was the key. I went to Nexodynamics in Barcelona and did 20 hs (10 PM/ 10 PF) Modular training, PPL and time building in Argentina. Specific hours in Spain (Aerolink). 208 TT ICAO 5 Actual job Lifeguard.
Applied 02/11/2022
Email for online assessment 16/01/2023,
I spent one week practicing with PASS and did the online assessment and received positive results on 26th January.

16/02/23 email for Dublin assessment on 8th of March
13/03/23 Positive result from the cadet recruitment department offering TR for the 15th of May.
Recommendations: Buy a PASS subscription, practice and read all the feedbacks, the online assessment was the same as PASS, just practice and research for new questions.
Go to any 737 SIM and practice the assessment, there is no surprise, learn the profile by heart and the pitch and power for the SIM.
Be 100 aware of what the instructor tells you at the assessment and USE IT
Review all the possible questions for HR and get an answer ready
The tech part for me were two questions about my past AC (PA11 from the ‘47), so I studied a lot about the 737 and nothing, so be prepared and open to answering anything.
Again, read PASS feedback from the last year, all is there.
SIM: Ready to copy clearance, Liverpool, Bart 1T, clear to 5000 ft, and squawk code. Reaching 5000 AT off, FD off. No radial interceptions. Abnormal situation: ATC called that weather at the destination (Dublin) was terrible, many AC diverting, so PIOSEE (or similar), ATC, NITS, PA and set for the APP, radar vectors for ILS 27. Then where you are, it was quick, just point on the chart using the tail of the NDB. At 800 ft approx, visual, ILS off, continued with PAPI, try to land on the centerline.
There is no more to share, all are in PASS and practice with a SIM.
Good luck, and thank you for the feedback.
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Old 14th Mar 2023, 10:33
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Originally Posted by Lvbri
Light at the end of the tunnel, 37 years old and get an offer for Ryan.
I want to share my experience.
Background and experience: Basic MCC A320 (the cheapest I found), I save some money for SIM preparation, I think was the key. I went to Nexodynamics in Barcelona and did 20 hs (10 PM/ 10 PF) Modular training, PPL and time building in Argentina. Specific hours in Spain (Aerolink). 208 TT ICAO 5 Actual job Lifeguard.
Applied 02/11/2022
Email for online assessment 16/01/2023,
I spent one week practicing with PASS and did the online assessment and received positive results on 26th January.

16/02/23 email for Dublin assessment on 8th of March
13/03/23 Positive result from the cadet recruitment department offering TR for the 15th of May.
Recommendations: Buy a PASS subscription, practice and read all the feedbacks, the online assessment was the same as PASS, just practice and research for new questions.
Go to any 737 SIM and practice the assessment, there is no surprise, learn the profile by heart and the pitch and power for the SIM.
Be 100 aware of what the instructor tells you at the assessment and USE IT
Review all the possible questions for HR and get an answer ready
The tech part for me were two questions about my past AC (PA11 from the ‘47), so I studied a lot about the 737 and nothing, so be prepared and open to answering anything.
Again, read PASS feedback from the last year, all is there.
SIM: Ready to copy clearance, Liverpool, Bart 1T, clear to 5000 ft, and squawk code. Reaching 5000 AT off, FD off. No radial interceptions. Abnormal situation: ATC called that weather at the destination (Dublin) was terrible, many AC diverting, so PIOSEE (or similar), ATC, NITS, PA and set for the APP, radar vectors for ILS 27. Then where you are, it was quick, just point on the chart using the tail of the NDB. At 800 ft approx, visual, ILS off, continued with PAPI, try to land on the centerline.
There is no more to share, all are in PASS and practice with a SIM.
Good luck, and thank you for the feedback.
hello, can you tell me whics subscription you got for pass? Dont know if i should get the pro plus or the one specific for ryanair?
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Old 14th Mar 2023, 10:56
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Originally Posted by ptflying
hello, can you tell me whics subscription you got for pass? Dont know if i should get the pro plus or the one specific for ryanair?
For me the PASS package at pilotassessments.com was as well a very good preparation.
You need the one specific for Ryanair, it is called “Irish Low Cost Carrier”.

Ciao!
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Old 14th Mar 2023, 10:57
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Originally Posted by Lvbri
Light at the end of the tunnel, 37 years old and get an offer for Ryan.
I want to share my experience.
Background and experience: Basic MCC A320 (the cheapest I found), I save some money for SIM preparation, I think was the key. I went to Nexodynamics in Barcelona and did 20 hs (10 PM/ 10 PF) Modular training, PPL and time building in Argentina. Specific hours in Spain (Aerolink). 208 TT ICAO 5 Actual job Lifeguard.
Applied 02/11/2022
Email for online assessment 16/01/2023,
I spent one week practicing with PASS and did the online assessment and received positive results on 26th January.

16/02/23 email for Dublin assessment on 8th of March
13/03/23 Positive result from the cadet recruitment department offering TR for the 15th of May.
Recommendations: Buy a PASS subscription, practice and read all the feedbacks, the online assessment was the same as PASS, just practice and research for new questions.
Go to any 737 SIM and practice the assessment, there is no surprise, learn the profile by heart and the pitch and power for the SIM.
Be 100 aware of what the instructor tells you at the assessment and USE IT
Review all the possible questions for HR and get an answer ready
The tech part for me were two questions about my past AC (PA11 from the ‘47), so I studied a lot about the 737 and nothing, so be prepared and open to answering anything.
Again, read PASS feedback from the last year, all is there.
SIM: Ready to copy clearance, Liverpool, Bart 1T, clear to 5000 ft, and squawk code. Reaching 5000 AT off, FD off. No radial interceptions. Abnormal situation: ATC called that weather at the destination (Dublin) was terrible, many AC diverting, so PIOSEE (or similar), ATC, NITS, PA and set for the APP, radar vectors for ILS 27. Then where you are, it was quick, just point on the chart using the tail of the NDB. At 800 ft approx, visual, ILS off, continued with PAPI, try to land on the centerline.
There is no more to share, all are in PASS and practice with a SIM.
Good luck, and thank you for the feedback.
Great feedback buddy, thanks for sharing and congratz on getting the offer!
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Old 14th Mar 2023, 13:30
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Buzz cadets

Hello,

does someone have a screenshot about the Buzz cadets from RYR web? It is not on Ryanair website anymore but I would like to know more (yes, it’s not there because it’s no validation anymore but I still want to know ). I checked this threat but only found some info that It’s the “contractor contract”. Thank you!

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Old 15th Mar 2023, 18:11
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He guys,

I was wondering how the salary of Ryr contracts are looking right now? Do they offer 100% contracts now for FO's or still the covid paycut?

Are the numbers on the internet still accurate? I came across 72k gross in the first year as an FO (based on 850 hours yearly). Is this true? Would appreciate any feedback!

Cheers
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Old 16th Mar 2023, 17:05
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German,way above 30years, ex military(nothing with aviation)


07.11.2022 Apply Ryanair Mentored APS MCC
13.11.2022 AON Online Assesment
15.11.2022 positive Confirmation
08.12.2022-14.01.2023 Ryanair Mentored APS MCC

11.02.2023 Applied to Ryanair Cadet Programm
15.02.2023 Invitation to the Assesment in Dublin
06.03.2023 Assesment
13.06.2023 positive Confirmation
Mai 2023 Begin Typerating course

Got no new feedback. All have been said already and is correct. I got no Question about the 737, but got asked about Piston engines (AVGAS / DIESEL) and how they work. And about my planes I flew so far ( first and second one, I have 14 in total in my logbook). Interview took about 10-15 min
/ Sim about 70 Min. We got inflight Airways closed/ and luggage on board without the passenger boarded. Always talk and keep your partner in the loop. Listen what Info they give you. When they say 4° pitch 55%, just do it^^ Ultra relaxed and polite. You CAN make mistakes. Identify/Veryfy/correct them = all is fine. We both landed on first approach.

Loved their HQ open office style. They joke alot and want to know if they would like to spend time in the cockpit with you. First thing they said to us " Hi, We want you all, don´t make it complicated.... When it feels complicated then it´s probably wrong"

Greetz
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Old 17th Mar 2023, 08:20
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no theyre not on covid paycut
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