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Joining Qatar airways (Master thread)-2

Old 21st Apr 2022, 18:19
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Those who have been invited for the interview in Doha, how long did you have to wait for your booking details to be confirmed?
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Old 22nd Apr 2022, 05:36
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Those who have been invited for the interview in Doha, how long did you have to wait for your booking details to be confirmed?


Two days before the flight.
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Old 22nd Apr 2022, 11:15
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Originally Posted by 777JockeyIN View Post
Two days before the flight.
That's awfully late.. Ah well thanks for the info!
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Old 22nd Apr 2022, 19:22
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Hi lads,
What's people using to study the ATPL exam?

Heading to Doha in a month and haven't received the sim briefing or the booking confirmation yet.
Thanks in advance.
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Old 22nd Apr 2022, 21:24
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May be they are short staffed during ramadan.
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Old 22nd Apr 2022, 22:26
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Originally Posted by EC.ICV View Post
Hi lads,
What's people using to study the ATPL exam?

Heading to Doha in a month and haven't received the sim briefing or the booking confirmation yet.
Thanks in advance.
Same for me. And I haven’t received any info. Fingers crossed.
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Old 23rd Apr 2022, 05:54
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Waiting Time

Originally Posted by EC.ICV View Post
Hi lads,
What's people using to study the ATPL exam?

Heading to Doha in a month and haven't received the sim briefing or the booking confirmation yet.
Thanks in advance.
Hi, may I know how long do you wait for your next step after PSA?
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Old 23rd Apr 2022, 07:31
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Really, guys, at least take some minimal effort to read the previous posts before you comment on something.
Just 17 pages, we as pilots gobble up information from 1000s of pages.

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Old 24th Apr 2022, 00:01
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Originally Posted by EC.ICV View Post
Hi lads,
What's people using to study the ATPL exam?

Heading to Doha in a month and haven't received the sim briefing or the booking confirmation yet.
Thanks in advance.
Using Latest Pilot Jobs for the ATPL. However couplr of guys told a lot of questions were out of the bank. Come on all atpl questions took me 1 year to pass. It's just not possible to learn everything...
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Old 24th Apr 2022, 19:05
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Guys does anybody got the info what to bring to Doha for the assessment? They send the info 2 days Prior departure but thats too Late for me....
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Old 24th Apr 2022, 19:48
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Just a quick query regarding the 500 PICUS hours requirement. The regulatory authority of my country issues ATPLs on 250 PICUS hours, which we logged by simply getting a list of the PF sectors we flew and getting the list signed by the Chief. We arent allowed to log PICUS on hour logbooks ( signatures etc that is usually the norm)

Do Airbus p2 hours automatically qualify is 50 percent PICUS hours? Or do I have to continue to just fill those unofficial sheets and get them signed by the PIC?
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Old 24th Apr 2022, 21:06
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  1. A copy of the attached form that has been printed and signed.
  2. Passport
  3. Recent CV
  4. License
  5. Certificate of Ratings with Valid Instrument Rating ME/MP and Type-Rating
  6. Valid Class 1 medical certificate
  7. All original logbooks from your previous and current employers
  • Clear copy of your one-year flight time logbook or an electronic logbook, signed and stamped (preferably on each page)
  • Clear copy of stamped logbook page showing last LPC entry
  1. ATPL Theory Exams results and certificate (for CPL holders only)
  2. Current/last employer flying hours certificate
  3. Current employer original company ID.”
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Old 25th Apr 2022, 00:15
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Originally Posted by Ilyushin76 View Post
Just a quick query regarding the 500 PICUS hours requirement. The regulatory authority of my country issues ATPLs on 250 PICUS hours, which we logged by simply getting a list of the PF sectors we flew and getting the list signed by the Chief. We arent allowed to log PICUS on hour logbooks ( signatures etc that is usually the norm)

Do Airbus p2 hours automatically qualify is 50 percent PICUS hours? Or do I have to continue to just fill those unofficial sheets and get them signed by the PIC?
Get it done as is required. Factoring hours won't help. Tick the boxes and you won't regret mate.
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Old 25th Apr 2022, 00:18
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Hello Guys
I applied for the position of Airbus Captain in January but I havent heard anything from Qatar Airways.My application status still shows 'Completed" for almost couple of months.
I am current on A320 with 1300 PIC Hours on type and total time of almost 10000 hours.
Should I withdraw my application and apply again?? Anyone else facing the same issue?
Cheers
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Old 25th Apr 2022, 08:16
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Originally Posted by Rimmie View Post
Hello Guys
I applied for the position of Airbus Captain in January but I havent heard anything from Qatar Airways.My application status still shows 'Completed" for almost couple of months.
I am current on A320 with 1300 PIC Hours on type and total time of almost 10000 hours.
Should I withdraw my application and apply again?? Anyone else facing the same issue?
Cheers

same here, applied in March, Boeing DEC 8000 on 737, 12000 total. Just says “Active” and Compleet
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Old 25th Apr 2022, 11:24
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Originally Posted by Mgggpilot View Post
Get it done as is required. Factoring hours won't help. Tick the boxes and you won't regret mate.
Thank you for your reply. The issue is, that where I come from, the private sector rarely hires non experienced / cadet pilots (straight out of flight school). So they do not have the P1 hours issue.

As for pilots like myself, there is no official procedure in place that allows us to log the PICUS hours on our logbook. The issue was taken up with the regulatory authority when our ATPLs were being issued and we were asked to log our PF sectors on a separate spreadsheet as PICUS till we reached the 250 PICUS mark. This was obviously done and Captains were helpful as none of them denied signing those sectors for us. The airline management was more than happy to sign the spreadsheet off as well since it was an ATPL requirement.

The spreadsheet does not have any official signatures anymore as beyond the 250 PICUS hours required officially for ATPL issuance I am finding it very difficult to convince the management to sign off these extra PICUS hours. Will the spreadsheet with the line Captains signatures only suffice?
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Old 25th Apr 2022, 11:28
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Originally Posted by Ilyushin76 View Post
Thank you for your reply. The issue is, that where I come from, the private sector rarely hires non experienced / cadet pilots (straight out of flight school). So they do not have the P1 hours issue.

As for pilots like myself, there is no official procedure in place that allows us to log the PICUS hours on our logbook. The issue was taken up with the regulatory authority when our ATPLs were being issued and we were asked to log our PF sectors on a separate spreadsheet as PICUS till we reached the 250 PICUS mark. This was obviously done and Captains were helpful as none of them denied signing those sectors for us. The airline management was more than happy to sign the spreadsheet off as well since it was an ATPL requirement.

The spreadsheet does not have any official signatures anymore as beyond the 250 PICUS hours required officially for ATPL issuance I am finding it very difficult to convince the management to sign off these extra PICUS hours. Will the spreadsheet with the line Captains signatures only suffice?
Where I came from, there were no stamps issued. Not from employers and not from regulator. I took my books to a notary and had them stamped/signed. Hired.
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Old 25th Apr 2022, 21:26
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Originally Posted by Ilyushin76 View Post
Thank you for your reply. The issue is, that where I come from, the private sector rarely hires non experienced / cadet pilots (straight out of flight school). So they do not have the P1 hours issue.

As for pilots like myself, there is no official procedure in place that allows us to log the PICUS hours on our logbook. The issue was taken up with the regulatory authority when our ATPLs were being issued and we were asked to log our PF sectors on a separate spreadsheet as PICUS till we reached the 250 PICUS mark. This was obviously done and Captains were helpful as none of them denied signing those sectors for us. The airline management was more than happy to sign the spreadsheet off as well since it was an ATPL requirement.

The spreadsheet does not have any official signatures anymore as beyond the 250 PICUS hours required officially for ATPL issuance I am finding it very difficult to convince the management to sign off these extra PICUS hours. Will the spreadsheet with the line Captains signatures only suffice?
I work with the legislation. Just check ORO.FCL.035 (a)(3). You should get an exact answer how to log PICUS hours.
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Old 26th Apr 2022, 21:13
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Originally Posted by WrldWide View Post
Where I came from, there were no stamps issued. Not from employers and not from regulator. I took my books to a notary and had them stamped/signed. Hired.

Good idea.
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Old 27th Apr 2022, 09:08
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Originally Posted by WrldWide View Post
Where I came from, there were no stamps issued. Not from employers and not from regulator. I took my books to a notary and had them stamped/signed. Hired.

Either do this or nothing at all. They are ok with it. Don’t break your head over small issues guys.
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