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Old 17th May 2023, 18:02
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Originally Posted by Citationcj2
But these donuts have one of the best salaries currently on offer, so if you are contractor, this works highly in your favour providing you have 30K!
But as things are starting look alot like 2017 I can see 30K soon being done away with
You mean, there might be big demand on pilots ?
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Old 17th May 2023, 21:27
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Hello

I have applied for Ryanair several months ago, last fall actually, however I havent gotten any response yet. I have uplaoded all the required documents but still nothing, is there is there a way to withdraw application and reaply or should I just keep waiting?
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Old 18th May 2023, 13:12
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Originally Posted by Citationcj2
But these donuts have one of the best salaries currently on offer, so if you are contractor, this works highly in your favour providing you have 30K!
But as things are starting look alot like 2017 I can see 30K soon being done away with
I wouldn't even waste my time responding to him
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Old 19th May 2023, 21:26
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Direct entry first officer

Hello! Anyone could tell me how is the assessment for a direct entry (type rated) first officer please? Thank you!
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Old 21st May 2023, 11:22
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Hello,

My friend got the following question during his interview: Why Ryanair has only 197 passengers and not 200 on the 737-8200 (MAX)

Anyone have an idea? I thought its about cabin crew but its not since 4 cabin crew is still okay for 200 pax.
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Old 21st May 2023, 13:56
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199 is still ok, not 200.
Wrote bs.

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Old 21st May 2023, 13:58
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How come?
1 flight attended for very 50 passengers.

4 flight attendants = 200 passengers so having 200 pax or 197 pax won’t change the amount of cabin crew as it above 150 passengers but below 201

5 flight attendants = 201 passengers

what am I missing here?
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Old 21st May 2023, 14:12
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You're right, I think it may be because of the available seat config proposed by Boeing.
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Old 22nd May 2023, 09:37
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Originally Posted by Theholdingpoint
You're right, I think it may be because of the available seat config proposed by Boeing.
I have an answer. Infants not consider as a passengers since they don’t occupy seat but they do count into the total when it come to 1 cabin crew for 50 passengers. So if Ryanair will put 200 passengers enough one infant and they will need to have 5 cabin crew and not 4. it’s unlikely to 3 infants in one flights.

So the answer to why Ryanair choose 197 and not 200 passengers is avoid adding additional cabin crew and keep the aircraft with 4 cabin crew as the NGs.
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Old 22nd May 2023, 12:20
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Can't be that, cc number is based on the number of seats.
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Old 22nd May 2023, 12:43
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Nonsense.
CC is based on passenger SEATS
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Old 22nd May 2023, 12:49
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This answer came from Ryanair pilots
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Old 22nd May 2023, 18:45
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Hi, Ive found this:
"Ryanair says it will only (only!) cram in 197 passengers on the aircraft, rather than the full 200. The airline says it wants to avoid dropping to 29 of seat pitch it currently offers 30 in its standard seats."
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Old 22nd May 2023, 22:00
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[size=16px]I think it might be 199, not 200. Anyway the answer is there are 2 seats reserved for supernumerary cabin crew.[/size]

[size=16px]You'll often have 6 cabin crew with a mix of supernumeraries and regular crew.[/size]
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Old 23rd May 2023, 08:51
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Originally Posted by pilot2021
This answer came from Ryanair pilots
Well that says a lot!

If you check EASA regulations you will see it is quite clearly 1 CC per 50 seats. Why Ryanair have 197 is up to them. Why not ask MOL
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Old 23rd May 2023, 15:51
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Hello everyone,

I just received the mail to do the online assessment (after 6 months waiting, don't despair!). I would like to know how the payment is made. Because I know that during the week ends, the payment transfers are blocked and delayed with my bank, until a working day. I planned to pay on Friday in order to have some time to prepare the assessment, so do you think I will be able to do the online assessments from this day, there won't be any delay for the payment?

Thanks for your help
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Old 23rd May 2023, 19:47
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Originally Posted by Aperture
Hello everyone,

I just received the mail to do the online assessment (after 6 months waiting, don't despair!). I would like to know how the payment is made. Because I know that during the week ends, the payment transfers are blocked and delayed with my bank, until a working day. I planned to pay on Friday in order to have some time to prepare the assessment, so do you think I will be able to do the online assessments from this day, there won't be any delay for the payment?

Thanks for your help
You can pay with credit cards, so the transaction is instant.

EDIT: But from experience, you won't get access the same day as you pay, so if you want to take it on Friday you should pay on Thursday
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Old 23rd May 2023, 19:54
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Thanks for your reply! I would actually like to do it during the week end, but in the mail it says, from the instant you pay, you have 3 days to complete the assessments right ? So if I pay on Friday morning, will I have 3 days from friday morning, or 3 days from the instant I get access to the assessments (so maybe from saturday if there is some waiting time between the payment and the actual access to the assessments?)
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Old 23rd May 2023, 21:15
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Originally Posted by Aperture
Thanks for your reply! I would actually like to do it during the week end, but in the mail it says, from the instant you pay, you have 3 days to complete the assessments right ? So if I pay on Friday morning, will I have 3 days from friday morning, or 3 days from the instant I get access to the assessments (so maybe from saturday if there is some waiting time between the payment and the actual access to the assessments?)
You have 3 days to complete it from the day you get access to the assessment
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Old 25th May 2023, 00:40
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Hi there,

Is anyone starting the TR on 3rd July? FR2353
Me!
Send me a private message so we can get in contact.
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