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Aso 21st Jan 2019 06:49

EagleJet in this market? Really?
 
I just saw an EagleJet low houred pilot advert.... In this market?? Really??

P2F is bad and in this market especially a waste of money!!

Any idea what airline they send their victims err customers to?

Banana Joe 21st Jan 2019 18:34

For the CRJ the operator is Nordica.

obelix360 30th Jan 2019 15:35


Originally Posted by Banana Joe (Post 10366544)
For the CRJ the operator is Nordica.

Any idea for A320/B737?

Banana Joe 31st Jan 2019 12:54

Maybe GetJet Airlines. They are a P2F gig.

Is there a shortage of pilots? Yes, but of experienced pilots. Many airline's requirements, especially the smaller ones, are determined by the insurance conditions (500 hours on type for example). This is why agencies like EagleJet and AviationCV will keep offering P2F solutions. Like it or not, it works for some. Someone I know had to wait 6 years for his first job, he took the plunge and went for a P2F scheme two years ago with a short and medium-haul operator and now is a 747 FO.

obelix360 31st Jan 2019 13:28


Originally Posted by Banana Joe (Post 10376412)
Maybe GetJet Airlines. They are a P2F gig.

I thought that for A320 was Pegasus...

taromcheat 2nd Apr 2019 11:41

eaglejet - cheating
 
Hi folks. I have some friends currently with Tarom-eaglejet program, and they seems very uncomfortable and frustrated. They are not flying because they are not priority for the company. They neither have any right with Tarom or Eaglejet. Bad deal....

Pinuz89 6th Apr 2019 14:19


Originally Posted by taromcheat (Post 10436579)
Hi folks. I have some friends currently with Tarom-eaglejet program, and they seems very uncomfortable and frustrated. They are not flying because they are not priority for the company. They neither have any right with Tarom or Eaglejet. Bad deal....

Really ?

I have a friend there, he applied in EagleJet first and then went in Tarom, apparently he's quite happy about it.

I would like to know something more, because I evaluating this option.


taromcheat 15th Apr 2019 16:34

Bufff. I have been speaking with him and he said, there have 2 programs. Airbus 320 and Boeing 737.
In both of them, are stuck, about 10 pilots in each program, and are spending around 10 - 12 months to complete 200 hrs.
Ask again your friend, about the real situation.

A320LGW 16th Apr 2019 12:53

I found a job 20 days after picking up my license. Fully paid type rating on good terms with a good salary, all expenses from the start of type rating is covered by the company.

Anyone willing to take crappy conditions in this market is either not aware of how good the market is or not able to pass any assessment for a good company, or too lazy to try to prepare for assessments. I'm understanding the risks involved and why people are taking these really bad offers from 3rd world airlines in eastern europe, but really until you try you will not realise just how good the market is. Is a shame to undersell yourself today, absolutely not necessary.

You don't need pay for type rating or be treated like slave by any company and then not even fly. Is not 2012 anymore.

sadboeing 16th Apr 2019 14:40

The program is not as shiny and beautiful as it seems, so get it right before you start. Greetings.

GREATFEMPILOT 29th Apr 2019 21:22

It's 2019 and there's still a market for P2F. It's unbelievable. Black sheeps harvesting the blindfolded.


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