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Posted By FliegerTiger

If I were you, I would do a degree in a subject...

If I were you, I would do a degree in a subject that is completely unrelated to aviation. At least then, if you (heaven forbid) lose your medical or decide later on to change career you won't be...
3rd Dec 2013, 08:14
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Posted By FliegerTiger

There are plenty of pilots within BA, Virgin,...

There are plenty of pilots within BA, Virgin, Emirates et al who have previously worked for EZY or Ryanair - what type of pilot is that then exactly? Quite frankly I find your tone offensive,...
22nd Feb 2013, 08:11
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Posted By FliegerTiger

I always use a "Lohnsteuerhilfeverein" - they're...

I always use a "Lohnsteuerhilfeverein" - they're a non-profit organisation, you can probably find one for your area - usually much cheaper than paying for a tax advisor (I got 1500 Euros reimbursed...
Forum: Tech Log
18th Oct 2012, 14:22
Replies: 24
Views: 6,796
Posted By FliegerTiger

Had a problem last year where every time I tried...

Had a problem last year where every time I tried to manage speed, after about 3 seconds it would revert back to selected speed. Rather that than the other way round!

Vertical profile after an...
9th Oct 2012, 06:26
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Posted By FliegerTiger

saddest aviator, I whole-heartedly agree....

saddest aviator,

I whole-heartedly agree. Throughout my career in the RHS so far, I've been offered advice if things go pear-shaped, and asked after a flight "what would you do differently if you...
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Posted By FliegerTiger

Don't be lured into paying more to do it in a...

Don't be lured into paying more to do it in a jet. It's not about manual handling at all, more about checklists and co-operation with your co-pilot. Did mine in a Beech 200 sim, been RHS A320 since...
1st Oct 2012, 22:07
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Posted By FliegerTiger

763 jock, he/she is cabin crew.....possibly has...

763 jock, he/she is cabin crew.....possibly has flown 900 hours a year but with no idea of how this affects pilots.
1st Oct 2012, 22:05
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Posted By FliegerTiger

And there's the rub. "In your view". We're...

And there's the rub. "In your view". We're talking about pilots' FTL's here. How do you qualify this view?
Forum: Questions
3rd Sep 2012, 05:43
Replies: 16
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Posted By FliegerTiger

SRG1102 and SRG1187 are the 2 forms you will need.

SRG1102 and SRG1187 are the 2 forms you will need.
29th Aug 2012, 11:14
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Posted By FliegerTiger

I had a situation like this in EZY a couple of...

I had a situation like this in EZY a couple of years back. VERY high temperatures on the ground at PMI, no APU, and the ground air conditioning wasn't working - pax on board, closed up waiting for a...
Forum: Cabin Crew
27th Jul 2012, 07:27
Replies: 12
Views: 13,559
Posted By FliegerTiger

From JAR ops: JAR-OPS 1.990 Number and...

From JAR ops:


JAR-OPS 1.990 Number and composition of cabin crew
(See ACJ OPS 1.990)
(a) An operator shall not operate an aeroplane with a maximum approved passenger seating configuration of...
Forum: Cabin Crew
27th Jul 2012, 06:16
Replies: 12
Views: 13,559
Posted By FliegerTiger

Cabin crew required vs no. of seats

I've flown recently a couple of times with Germanwings, on A319's with 156 seat configuration - and they only had 3 Flight Attendants. Am I not correct in thinking that JAR OPS states that 1 cabin...
2nd Jun 2012, 13:45
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Posted By FliegerTiger

Any team sports, in fact anything that shows you...

Any team sports, in fact anything that shows you can be a part of a team, a leader, and deal with people.
2nd Jun 2012, 11:29
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Posted By FliegerTiger

I concur. Only go for a mentored / part-sponsored...

I concur. Only go for a mentored / part-sponsored scheme where at the end there is a FULL-TIME job on offer.

The whole CTC and Oxford "Flexi-Crew" debacle is ruining my airline.

Sad but true.
Forum: Questions
1st Jun 2012, 08:20
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Posted By FliegerTiger

You might have some luck with an airline...

You might have some luck with an airline somewhere outside of Europe or the USA.
1st Jun 2012, 08:19
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Posted By FliegerTiger

For Class 1 tattoos are just noted in the...

For Class 1 tattoos are just noted in the "distinguishing features" section of the medical form. Nowt to worry about. I have tattoos on both my upper arms & have had no problems.
29th May 2012, 17:06
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Posted By FliegerTiger

Wiggy - probably the most accurate post so far on...

Wiggy - probably the most accurate post so far on this thread.

A320 lo/co F/O, 4000 Hours. Dreamed of being a pilot all my life.

6 years in, and any chance to get out of this industry on a...
7th Feb 2012, 17:29
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Views: 2,341
Posted By FliegerTiger

Try calling or emailing a CAA Aeromedical...

Try calling or emailing a CAA Aeromedical Advisor. They will know.

01293 573700 or [email protected]
21st Jan 2012, 01:59
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Posted By FliegerTiger

Time off will depend on what type of hip...

Time off will depend on what type of hip replacement it is, ie. the type that uses cement to fix it or the one which has a serrated edge which the bone is left to grow around.
If the latter (which...
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Views: 1,773
Posted By FliegerTiger

You could try SmartCockpit - Airline training...

You could try SmartCockpit - Airline training guides, Aviation, Operations, Safety (http://www.smartcockpit.com/) - but to be honest I don't think there's much point, the time allocated for the type...
27th Jul 2011, 17:20
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Views: 31,022
Posted By FliegerTiger

Well, he has to have at least 2000 hours total...

Well, he has to have at least 2000 hours total time or he wouldn't get a look in on long haul with BA, so he's got a bit of experience.
12th Jul 2011, 23:09
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Posted By FliegerTiger

A mate of mine (bus rated) has just gone straight...

A mate of mine (bus rated) has just gone straight onto the 747.
27th Jun 2011, 07:11
Replies: 87
Views: 39,558
Posted By FliegerTiger

NSF, I think you'll find that there are very few...

NSF, I think you'll find that there are very few pilots at SXF who "hate The Company" per se.....most I fly with come to work with a good attitude (hell, some even still do flap 3 landings &...
8th Jun 2011, 06:27
Replies: 9
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Posted By FliegerTiger

Lots of people commute at EZY too....there is a...

Lots of people commute at EZY too....there is a system in place -you apply for a "commuter travel letter" - whereby if you are commuting on an EZY route and there is no staff travel available, you...
21st May 2011, 05:50
Replies: 87
Views: 39,558
Posted By FliegerTiger

Actually it's only the Flexiscrew guys who have...

Actually it's only the Flexiscrew guys who have been in the company for 18 months or more who will get the permanent contracts. IF the new pay deal is accepted by the workforce.



And management...
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