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Old 16th Feb 2015, 01:54
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@adwa001 i dont know if this is going to be your first interview but is a matter of proper attitude to be in a suit. i just completed the second part of interview with Saudia. All the members of the board were wearing suits.imagine your self not being properly dressed.they are extremely friendly they will make you feel very comfortably in interview and in Sim as well.there is no reason for you not to be in a typical standard . The instructor in the Sim was very relaxed .He told us to take off the ties and we never felt there was some kind of trick or a secret during the 45 minutes evaluation . After the assessment he told to all 5 of us that we have the green light and hopefully he will meet us again during training in JED.So if you really want this job dont blow it by not wearing a suit.
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Old 16th Feb 2015, 02:02
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In ANY preemployment interview with any airline the default dressing should be a suit. It defines the importance you place on the interview yourself.
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Old 16th Feb 2015, 06:09
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thank you

Thank you sir for the input.i'll get me one and prepared for the interview.

Happy landing

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Old 17th Feb 2015, 15:45
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terms and conditions 320 ca

Anyone know what the terms and conditions are for 320 ca's?


The application asks for minimum acceptable wage. What does suadia pay?


Is there a race to the bottom?
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Old 17th Feb 2015, 19:41
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Definitely no race to the bottom in relation to pay, do a bit of research. No one should really be publishing the rates on an open forum. They are very fair, some might say generous when productivity incentives are factored in.
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Old 18th Feb 2015, 04:33
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Is there a race to the bottom?
Regardless of what you desire to be paid, its a fixed salary structure for all pilots, no A/B scales. And as Metro has stated, it could be considered quite generous.
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Old 19th Feb 2015, 17:18
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Date Format

Dear Mutt
Could you help me on filling the SV FDC application, on the expiry date column they need it to be written in DD-MMMM-YYYY format, I have tried to put it like this: 19-February-2015, unfortunately it dose not work . your in put is appreciated.

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Old 19th Feb 2015, 19:36
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Hi guys
could anyone who has recently fill the FDC application form for SV, help me on how dose he fill the dates column in the DD-MMMM-YYYY format, cause I have tried all the possible format but it dose not work, every time the system keep asking me to write the date on DD-MMMM-YYYY format.
any inputs are welcomed.
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Old 20th Feb 2015, 10:24
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Sorry, I never had to fill it in, so I don't know how it works.....

If you look through these threads you will find a recent email address for the HR guy, I would suggest that you send a CV directly to him. Good Luck
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Old 21st Feb 2015, 12:23
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Thank you mutt, appreciated very much.
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Old 21st Feb 2015, 12:40
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Bond?

Any info regarding a training Bond? How much? How long? Any info available on the subject?

Safe flying
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Old 21st Feb 2015, 18:06
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SAR200,000 taken at 50% of your basic salary for 3 months followed by 25% until the amount is taken. You get it back 12 months after release to the line.

They had stopped taking the bond from new-hires, but due to a number taking the training and leaving, they reimplemented the bond.
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Old 22nd Feb 2015, 01:28
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Hi Mutt,

Many Thanks for the info provided!

My math works out roughly at 32 months to have the full Bond payed to Saudia. (FO seat)

Safe flying
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Old 22nd Feb 2015, 04:04
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I actually don't know if they are bonding for the right seat. You will have to ask at the interview.
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Old 22nd Feb 2015, 17:07
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25% of basic pay deducted monthly from day of being checked to line, for 2 years or up to R100,000 for non type rated left & right seat. Returned to you after 2 years.
Type rated? No bond deducted.

Happy landings
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Old 22nd Feb 2015, 18:34
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25% of basic pay deducted monthly from day of being checked to line
Nice to see that they changed it, i saw people suffer with a salary of 17,000 per month during training and having to pay kids school fees.....

But the big question is.... who will be the new VPFO?
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Old 22nd Feb 2015, 20:15
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Send application here

Good email to send applications




BASIL AL-JUBIRI


Recruitment Team
[email protected]

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Old 23rd Feb 2015, 01:56
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well IMHO i dont find it a very smart idea to post in a public forum the emails you receive from a national Airilne with full details. it would be good enough to describe the answer they gave you without getting so much into personal details.
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Old 23rd Feb 2015, 04:34
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ask for the application in word format.
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Old 23rd Feb 2015, 07:08
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My apology, thanks alloha
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