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Old 10th Sep 2023, 08:54
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I have assessment on 20 September, anyone willing to share SIM before assessment or could advice 737 SIM for preparation near Stansted?

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Old 11th Sep 2023, 09:28
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Hey guys, after the Line training but before the 500 hours is the contract still with AFA? And do you know where and how muc taxes are paid? Ive heard that ater line training you go to 24k/year plus 18/hour? Is that correct and any idea how much that is net pay?
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Old 11th Sep 2023, 11:59
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Originally Posted by ptflying
Hey guys, after the Line training but before the 500 hours is the contract still with AFA? And do you know where and how muc taxes are paid? Ive heard that ater line training you go to 24k/year plus 18/hour? Is that correct and any idea how much that is net pay?
Net = Not enough to live…
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Old 11th Sep 2023, 12:10
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Originally Posted by ptflying
Hey guys, after the Line training but before the 500 hours is the contract still with AFA? And do you know where and how muc taxes are paid? Ive heard that ater line training you go to 24k/year plus 18/hour? Is that correct and any idea how much that is net pay?
I am not sure if the pay numbers are right, put if they were as far as gross to net, 24k is about 1,800 net in Ireland. The 500 hundred hours are supposed to take 6 months but many people here say they did them quicker. That's the equivalent of another 18k per year for 6 months, which would bring the total gross to 42k which is an average net pay for the first 6 months of 2800 per month. All euros obvs.
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Old 11th Sep 2023, 13:51
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Sim assessment date

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Does anyone know what are the consequences of not being available to attend to the sim assessment date?? Do they offer another date or the application is being deleted?
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Old 11th Sep 2023, 14:09
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Thanks man, regarding the country in which you pay taxes do you know if the contract is Irish until you have 500 hours or do you start paying taxes at the country of base immediately after line training
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Old 11th Sep 2023, 14:14
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Originally Posted by Contact Approach
Net = Not enough to live…
Thank you for your input, very helpful
I wonder what type of life you are living to take time from your day to make this comments
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Old 11th Sep 2023, 17:30
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Originally Posted by ptflying
Thank you for your input, very helpful
I wonder what type of life you are living to take time from your day to make this comments
A very pleasant one sir, thank you for your thoughts.
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Old 11th Sep 2023, 17:37
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Originally Posted by ptflying
Thanks man, regarding the country in which you pay taxes do you know if the contract is Irish until you have 500 hours or do you start paying taxes at the country of base immediately after line training
I am not sure about Ryanair in particular. But generally speaking, you are considered a tax resident where you spend more than 6 months in a year. So even if the contract is Irish, it could well be that you have to pay tax in Ireland and then have a balancing tax payment or refund from your country of origin, depending it's a higher or lower taxation environment. If that's the case, then use a salary calculator for Ireland and one for your country of origin, and set aside the difference for your end of year tax. That's usually the case within Europe and also with the UK, under the double taxation treaties.
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Old 11th Sep 2023, 20:20
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Does anyone know if any bit of the type rating can be claimed back in terms of tax in Ireland??
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Old 12th Sep 2023, 17:23
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anyone
FR2383?
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Old 14th Sep 2023, 14:09
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If anyone is in the FR2382, let's get in touch
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Old 15th Sep 2023, 09:26
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Hi all!

I would like to ask you: is it possible to apply as cadet both for AFA and Buzz?

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Old 18th Sep 2023, 14:15
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It depends what contract you get post training. If you are given a directly employed contract you cannot claim the TR back. If you are given a self employed contract you can deduct the TR from your tax bill.
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Old 18th Sep 2023, 22:08
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Ryanair TR tech exam

Hello,

I would like to hear feedbacks regarding Ryanair tech exam during the TR.
How is the exam? What is best way to prepare for it? Is it doable to be able to pass the exam in just 2 weeks of self studying?

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Old 19th Sep 2023, 00:18
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Originally Posted by AbraKadabra.
Hi guys, just want to give feedback.
i got my license in the last few months of 2022 I applied in early December and uploaded all documents.
They emailed me a link to the online assessment same evening and I paid €60 for it.
I did it few days later and then I got invited to sim in Dublin in mid Jan.
I did 4 hour sim prep at Upilot at Dublin. Good place, but the sim is not accurate to the real sim. The trim did not work when I was there. But they help you lot with theory as well.
I did the assesment/interview. My HR/tech interview was surprisingly short, around 8 minutes.
that kind made me feel bad, as I thought I might have put them off and they were not interested in me.
I later googled and felt better as it said it might be because they already know all they needed to know, so no point continuing further.
then came the sim assesment. PF and PM, not Liverpool Pol4T SID. All good.
then steep turns.
then emergnecy
and Radar vectored ILS back at Liverpool.
Flew the ILS like a champ.
no go around.

Top tip: know the pitch and power settings at 60 tons, and it really is price of cake.

few days later I got the good news.

for emergency one of us had fwd cargo fire
the other had passenger with health emergency

Use T DODAR or similar. Show CRM, always talk and communicate with partner.

it’s really chilled environment. They do really make you feel comfortable. Just be yourself guys. Dress up smart.

You will meet other cadets all over Europe.
all the best guys.
could you please email me the documents that Upilot provided as i am preparing for my RYANAIR INTERVIEW
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Old 19th Sep 2023, 00:24
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hi guy just some info about me 28 yr and just a cadet couldn't find a job. did my type rating on the 737NG and looking to apply to Ryan Air could anyone help me out please by providing some info as I am trying to prepare myself for the interview? like theory will they also ask a lot of the 737NG questions and what to expect could anyone please help I tend to get nervous in interviews as it is my second time and do not want to fail it.

please anyone help.
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Old 19th Sep 2023, 16:05
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You've no hope in Ryanair unless you do the Type rating again , there are minimum hour requirements for type rated FOs and even then they need to be running OCC courses
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Old 19th Sep 2023, 19:45
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Originally Posted by Jonnyknoxville
You've no hope in Ryanair unless you do the Type rating again , there are minimum hour requirements for type rated FOs and even then they need to be running OCC courses
i see but could anyone help me out on what to expect on the interview and what questions to help me out
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Old 19th Sep 2023, 19:57
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Originally Posted by henry6024
i see but could anyone help me out on what to expect on the interview and what questions to help me out
Subscribe to PASS and see all the feedbacks posted there, there's also some feedbacks here in this thread and also on the telegram group
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