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4th Jan 2020, 02:01
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Posted By Fratemate

Welcome to our world of 'my procedure'!! ...

Welcome to our world of 'my procedure'!!

Yes, despite the FCTM, the Japanese have decided you can do it either way. So, you can get to Flap 20 and then call for the Landing Checklist. The PM will...
3rd Jan 2020, 04:15
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Posted By Fratemate

Like the one in visual approach, we should put...

Like the one in visual approach, we should put flaps 30 and turn base when times up, but in actual, should we put flaps 30 and wait for them in position then begin the base turn, or delay the flaps...
23rd Nov 2019, 08:55
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Posted By Fratemate

The Americans don't really 'do' PICUS, so it is...

The Americans don't really 'do' PICUS, so it is little understood, even by companies that should know like CREW.

All this having been said, I would actually call CREW and discuss the matter with...
23rd Nov 2019, 01:49
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Posted By Fratemate

[/list] It's pretty simple and, as pointed out...

[/list]
It's pretty simple and, as pointed out by Rumbear, is a JCAB requirement to issue a foreign experience-based ATPL. If you don't have the hours then the JCAB won't issue your ATPL.

So;
...
27th Sep 2019, 09:10
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Posted By Fratemate

Hey whats up jocico de perro again No training...

Hey whats up jocico de perro again
No training bond No, but very long training, with not a lot of actual training. You're expected to know it all before you go in the sim, so expect checking instead...
25th Sep 2019, 17:35
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Posted By Fratemate

Correct, for the 7 millionth time :rolleyes:

Correct, for the 7 millionth time :rolleyes:
23rd Sep 2019, 04:33
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Posted By Fratemate

Xavier, 1.Are those ZED restricted to the...

Xavier,

1.Are those ZED restricted to the pilot or is the family able to enjoy it? It is the pilot and his 'eligible dependants'. They are spouse, children (unmarried and < 18 or unmarried, < 21...
13th Sep 2019, 11:51
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Posted By Fratemate

This one: You get two commuting days...

This one:



You get two commuting days per month and you would request it as you have written :)
10th May 2019, 00:09
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Posted By Fratemate

Don't feed the Kein Troll. I am certainly not...

Don't feed the Kein Troll. I am certainly not going to lie about how good or bad Japan/Japanese pilots etc are but from the way he writes I would put more faith in Kein being some desperate Chinese...
28th Apr 2019, 23:44
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Posted By Fratemate

No. (Plus some letters to enable me to post).

No. (Plus some letters to enable me to post).
25th Apr 2019, 00:20
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Posted By Fratemate

The Japanese Air Law is based mainly on the FAA...

The Japanese Air Law is based mainly on the FAA Regulations, so if you have a decent knowledge of those then you'll be fine. Buried in this thread, somewhere, is a book recommended in recent years...
24th Apr 2019, 00:52
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Posted By Fratemate

That was true, TD, but now CREW's loss of licence...

That was true, TD, but now CREW's loss of licence is better than PARC. Not only do they get the same payout each month but they also get a lump sum at the end of two years. CREW pilots do not pay...
10th Apr 2019, 04:40
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Posted By Fratemate

Edited to add: We don't sort out accommodation...

Edited to add: We don't sort out accommodation when we're on duty. AJX provides accommodation when downroute and when we're in Japan for duty e.g. simulator.

When we're off duty:

You receive...
9th Mar 2019, 11:01
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Posted By Fratemate

Ignore Rishworth, they are irrelevant. There...

Ignore Rishworth, they are irrelevant.

There has been no change to the upgrade policy as written in the rest of this thread.
23rd Feb 2019, 01:15
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Posted By Fratemate

They work well. You book the ticket through the...

They work well. You book the ticket through the MyIDTravel website and the ticket is issued instantly. Like anywhere you'll need to check the loads and be a bit sensible of where you're travelling...
10th Feb 2019, 13:40
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Posted By Fratemate

I think you misunderstood him, Jrmyl, he's...

I think you misunderstood him, Jrmyl, he's talking about DECs.

DC: Yes, I think if you came here as a DEC then you would be waiting longer because I think the majority of captains will go to the...
9th Feb 2019, 13:09
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Posted By Fratemate

Cindy, There are plenty of AJX pilots who...

Cindy,

There are plenty of AJX pilots who wear glasses. Talk to the contract agency (CREW would be best for an American) and they'll let you know the exact standards. You can make a decision from...
7th Feb 2019, 16:17
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Posted By Fratemate

Cindy, Don't worry about PICUS stuff. That...

Cindy,

Don't worry about PICUS stuff. That can be used IF you don't have the requirements e.g if you didn't have 250 Hrs PIC then you could have 70 hours PIC and the 180 PICUS (or 500 PICUS).
...
16th Jan 2019, 12:54
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Posted By Fratemate

Good point. I was thinking he may have been...

Good point. I was thinking he may have been applying for FO as there was nothing specific.

If the application is for captain then only the contract companies will give the definitive answer and...
16th Jan 2019, 05:22
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Posted By Fratemate

Depends what sort of 'jet' I would imagine....

Depends what sort of 'jet' I would imagine. Citation etc; probably not. CRJ, Airbus, 737 etc; definitely. Or you could ask the contract companies and get a definitive answer, they'd probably be more...
9th Jan 2019, 23:14
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Posted By Fratemate

Yes, there are quite a few FOs who have been...

Yes, there are quite a few FOs who have been captains in previous airlines. Most, I would say, have been regional captains on aircraft such as the CRJ but there are some who were captains for major...
19th Dec 2018, 23:08
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Posted By Fratemate

Mackey, As you have the 757/767 on your...

Mackey,

As you have the 757/767 on your licence you are considered type-rated. IF they can pair you up with another type-rated pilot then the course is very slightly shorter as you don't need to...
11th Dec 2018, 10:32
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Posted By Fratemate

Haha, well played. That will teach me to be nasty...

Haha, well played. That will teach me to be nasty about others' spelling :)
11th Dec 2018, 09:13
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Posted By Fratemate

Well, first off, it's not 12 days a year but you...

Well, first off, it's not 12 days a year but you can only accrue a TOTAL of 12 days. Sick days are accrued at the rate of 1 every 2 months so, yes, it will take 2 years of no sick days being used to...
5th Dec 2018, 23:57
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Posted By Fratemate

787 conversions are on hold at the moment due to...

787 conversions are on hold at the moment due to the engine problems. They are examining the possibility of re-starting in April/May but that is only the latest best guess. I think the previous plan...
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