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Daniel H 25th Oct 2016 20:06

Hi, I'm FO and currently flying A380 ...and I'm thinking of applying QR.. so would you please say about average flight time & salary of A380 there..?
Or... is it better for me to apply just "Type Rated F/O Airbus" than A380..?


Thanks in advance.

FoxForce44 26th Oct 2016 18:49

It will be the same thing any option on its website....They will choose what their operational requirements dictates at the time of your joining.

terroroftheskies 27th Oct 2016 03:02

Hello guys, newbie here. Rated on 738. Im just wondering how long will it take for QR to reply after they acknowlodge of receiving your application? Thanks a bunch.

dieana 27th Oct 2016 23:46

Looking for information or tips to study to ATP Exam and SIM
 
Hi guys.

Ive just received the invitation to DEC assessment, now Im looking for tips or any source to study for the ATPL exam and the SIM session. Im studying with "Aviation Exam", I have heard that "dauntless" is good too. Any advise that you can provide me? Send me a PM if you prefer. I really appreciate any help.


Thanks

Papa_Golf 28th Oct 2016 12:53


Originally Posted by dieana (Post 9558515)
Hi guys.

Ive just received the invitation to DEC assessment, now Im looking for tips or any source to study for the ATPL exam and the SIM session. Im studying with "Aviation Exam", I have heard that "dauntless" is good too. Any advise that you can provide me? Send me a PM if you prefer. I really appreciate any help.


Thanks

Hi dieiana, many guys I know used latestpilotjob for that.

dash8james 29th Oct 2016 00:37

any tips for the Skype interview? got that one coming up

CATI 1st Nov 2016 08:40

Guys,

how long will it take if I apply, let's say, today until you will be invited for the assessment in Doha? What's the rough timeline for the application process?

Thanks

terroroftheskies 1st Nov 2016 10:39


Originally Posted by CATI (Post 9563119)
Guys,

how long will it take if I apply, let's say, today until you will be invited for the assessment in Doha? What's the rough timeline for the application process?

Thanks

Im wondering too. Its been a week now all i got was they are processing my application. So just wondering how long will it take.

APU_inop 1st Nov 2016 11:08

from 2 weeks to never, hard to tell

terroroftheskies 1st Nov 2016 11:48


Originally Posted by APU_inop (Post 9563288)
from 2 weeks to never, hard to tell

Hey bro, thanks for the input. Just hoping for the best now.

Phoenix737 1st Nov 2016 15:08

Hello guys.. According to "QR7735 - Type Rated Captain Boeing" vacancy advertisement at QA careers page, I understand that B737NG pilots having 2000h PIC, without 787/777 type rating may apply this advertisement. Previously I didn't realize, B737NG was in the list. Do I miss something?

"Be type rated and current on the B777/B787 with minimum of 500 hours in command on type, or on B767/B757/B737NG/B747-400/800 with a minimum of 2000 hours in command on type."

casablanca 2nd Nov 2016 02:55

I know they hired some 737 guys for DEC on 787....unless it changed they wanted wide body experience for 777.

myriakephalon 2nd Nov 2016 11:39


Originally Posted by Phoenix737 (Post 9563608)
Hello guys.. According to "QR7735 - Type Rated Captain Boeing" vacancy advertisement at QA careers page, I understand that B737NG pilots having 2000h PIC, without 787/777 type rating may apply this advertisement. Previously I didn't realize, B737NG was in the list. Do I miss something?

"Be type rated and current on the B777/B787 with minimum of 500 hours in command on type, or on B767/B757/B737NG/B747-400/800 with a minimum of 2000 hours in command on type."

last month they added 737 back to the admitted types for non-rated candidates.

CATI 4th Nov 2016 06:36

Vailidity IR rating
 
Hi,

I read in some posts from 2015 that you need to have a licence/IR rating to be valid for six months when joining QR. Does this rule still apply?
Currently, my licence is renewed every 12 months for a period of 12 months, which theoretically reduces the time frame to join to 6 months per year if you always need a licence that is still valid for six months.

Thanks

tinel 7th Nov 2016 22:12

Hi All,

Just passed the PSA test, I'd recommend assessmentday as training website as their database is similar to the questions found on the real thing. Latestpilotjobs database comprises only around 50 questions..

Turkishpilot123 10th Nov 2016 19:21

Upgrade
 
Hi guys,

Does anybody knows how upgrading to commander works on 330 fleet?

If you are flying for 330 as f/o, when you meet the all requirements are u going to upgrade as a commander on 330 fleet?

And are they using 330 and 350 as mix fleet or separated.

Thank you.

ricbab 14th Nov 2016 13:19

hi Tinel, how was the PSA test? was it hard to pass and which type of questions were there? thanks

bringbackthe80s 15th Nov 2016 06:36

Airbus DEC
 
Hi all, please could someone update on how life is on the 320 these days for someone joining as DEC..how is the roster, how many hours a month?

After how long does it take to be transferred to a wide body (which is my goal).

Just trying to get as updated info as possible, thanks for your help.

777AV8R 15th Nov 2016 14:21

Training Bond..
 
In all your rush to 'fly big iron' at any cost, YOU ARE aware that THERE IS a hefty training bond associated with this, aren't you? And, internal fleet changes or migrations also subject you to the same tythe. There are risks and there is never 'something for nothing'. So, when calculating your pay to buy/lease that fancy SUV or hot European set of wheels, you might want to see what is left over.

1013 std 15th Nov 2016 23:26


Originally Posted by 777AV8R (Post 9579188)
In all your rush to 'fly big iron' at any cost, YOU ARE aware that THERE IS a hefty training bond associated with this, aren't you? And, internal fleet changes or migrations also subject you to the same tythe. There are risks and there is never 'something for nothing'. So, when calculating your pay to buy/lease that fancy SUV or hot European set of wheels, you might want to see what is left over.

Im flying the 320 15 years now would u like to change seat ur on 777 ı gues so u thing my bond ill be 15 years
Dont bullshit us


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