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EasyJet: Inside the cockpit

Old 21st Sep 2017, 18:36
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i reckon so as we saw no passing out ceremonies or parties etc which i am sure this young lot would have done for tele
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Old 22nd Sep 2017, 10:13
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More likely someone in the last episode got fired so they couldn`t show it.
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Old 22nd Sep 2017, 12:25
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Here is ITV's original press release...

3x episodes

9pm 3×60 minute series following easyJet’s pilots-to-be as they take off for the very first time
In association with international airline pilot training and resourcing organisation CTC Aviation, the ITN Productions 3x60” series will join pilots at every stage of their intensive course
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Old 22nd Sep 2017, 12:38
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In line with Ryanair's current activities, Squeezy chose to cancel at short notice.
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Old 8th Sep 2018, 22:17
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Originally Posted by eeeaddict View Post
Where is episode 3?

if you Google: easyjet inside the cockpit dr3 (Danish channel) you will find the missing episode! Happened upon it by chance whilst watching hotel TV in Copenhagen. When you see some of the touch and go’s in Nimes, you’ll understand why they didn’t show it. Cadet as PF not having hold of the side stick controller!
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Old 8th Sep 2018, 23:20
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There was a TV series at the beginning of the 90's on BA Integrated Students, soon after the beginning of the end came, as I recall back around '95 P2F started emerging in the UK (LET-410 Cargo Ops, N Reg, East Midlands based) possibly the first UK P2F, memory could be dodgy, but it was up North, around the same time EagleJet offering RHS 737 for some dodgy ops, the elimination around '02 of the BCPL and self-improver route, paying for T/R's, massive rise of self-sponsored students compared to the last decade, and Airlines getting greedy with the accountants running the show (hence influencing the MPL) and partially responsible for the Kos incident which raised a few eyebrows I'm sure.

So, nothing in those episodes surprises me.
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Old 2nd Jan 2019, 16:12
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Guys, just to give an update.

Cornelius has left easyJet and is now working for BA.
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Old 21st Apr 2019, 09:55
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Guys, I have just read in the easyJet brochure that Inside the Cockpit will be returning for season 2 soon.

I am guessing this time easyJet will have control over the final edits so they will not pull any episodes from broadcast.
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Old 21st Apr 2019, 21:07
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Originally Posted by A320ECAM View Post
Guys, I have just read in the easyJet brochure that Inside the Cockpit will be returning for season 2 soon.

I am guessing this time easyJet will have control over the final edits so they will not pull any episodes from broadcast.
Also Ryan Clyde left easyjet for BA a while back.
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Old 22nd Apr 2019, 14:03
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Originally Posted by tariqusher123 View Post
Also Ryan Clyde left easyjet for BA a while back.
Yes and the article states that the focus of season two will be on more female pilots.

easyJet is really struggling at the moment with FOs as many have transferred to the white, blue and red side.
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Old 2nd May 2019, 23:29
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Guys, the first episode of easyJet Inside the cockpit Season 2 just aired a couple of hours ago, I'm gonna watch on the itv app now!


https://www.itv.com/hub/easyjet-inside-the-cockpit/2a4829a0004
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Old 2nd May 2019, 23:54
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Today's episode was certainly a lot better than the previous unprofessional garbage we saw last year.

Shame about the added sound fx during the turbulence scene... but I guess without it, the everyday folk would probably find it all boring!

Also, it would be nice to see EZY in the documentary pushing other training routes, rather than it just being a big advert for L3/CTC, especially given that they are now using Instagram adverts to "inspire?" new cadets!!
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Old 3rd May 2019, 00:14
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There was a good example in tonight's episode of the consequences of not reading back a taxy instruction. Followed by an example of 'cockpit gradient', when the FO, who had listened more carefully to ATC, was reticent to correct her Captain. And with the aircraft having just landed at Amsterdam, it was amusing to see Gatwick's old and new control towers in the background. Overall an enjoyable programme.

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Old 3rd May 2019, 13:11
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I realise there was a lot of ‘camping up’ for the cameras, but do flight crew really help clean the cabin on turnarounds, and Captains constantly stand up out in the cabin making PA’s and chatting to pax?
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Old 3rd May 2019, 13:18
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Some Captains do help cleaning the cabin. Given short turn times it is a chance to catch up with the crew. As for PA's from front of cabin. Well the company encourage it but l personally don't do it.

I as well would not get hands on with a sick passenger. The crew are better trained to deal with that and l have better things to be doing, such as updating flightplans and coordinating requirements with ops etc.

That said each to their own. I thought the Captain came across well.
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Old 3rd May 2019, 14:11
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More professional than previous series although Cabin Crew should give flight deck lessons on how to wear their hair!!
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Old 3rd May 2019, 14:16
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Originally Posted by 737 Jockey View Post
I realise there was a lot of ‘camping up’ for the cameras, but do flight crew really help clean the cabin on turnarounds, and Captains constantly stand up out in the cabin making PA’s and chatting to pax?
Uneasyjet!


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Old 4th May 2019, 09:05
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I think they were just trying to make up for a major delay and I have been on quite a few EJ flights where the captain has come out to chat - or at least stood at the cockpit door to say goodbye on exit.
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Old 9th May 2019, 23:12
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Tonight's episode allowed Stephen Fry to demonstrate how he absolutely knows 110% of everything (Unlike we plebs!).
While explaining what was going on with a flight preparing to leave Bari, he gave us this gem: "Meanwhile, 230 miles away in Gatwick.."
Really?
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Old 10th May 2019, 06:19
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The commentary was cringe-worthy throughout! And patronizing.
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