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27th Nov 2012, 14:55
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Posted By holdmetight

In my previous life I was a flight dispatcher...

In my previous life I was a flight dispatcher working out of HKIA (not for CX). If you don't have a HKID and don't speak Cantonese already, your application will go straight into the rubbish bin....
22nd Jan 2011, 22:54
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Views: 3,382,307
Posted By holdmetight

midnightsky

Umm...

Flight Training Adelaide provides world-class aviation and pilot training for international airlines, corporate pilots and private learn-to-fly studen...
22nd Dec 2010, 15:59
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Posted By holdmetight

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22nd Dec 2010, 04:00
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Posted By holdmetight

Trent 800

I'll stick my hand into the fire for this one, but as usual do your own research to find out if my post is accurate or not. If not, please feel free to correct!

So here we have some information:...
21st Dec 2010, 10:12
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Posted By holdmetight

Stress in cadet interviews

Unfortunately I have to concur with 404 when he says that lack of preparation was the key. People often study their butts off because they anticipate questions that will be of high technical...
10th Dec 2010, 13:58
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Posted By holdmetight

Stallone

You fly the Grob115, Tobago TB10, Diamond DA42 and Mudry CAP10 as an ab initio cadet. AE guys only fly the Diamond DA42.
8th Dec 2010, 07:27
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Posted By holdmetight

blueflight76

Advanced Flight Grading is for people with between 30 and 220 hours TT, while those who have between 220-1500? do Advanced Entry Flight Grading. The former consists of 3 Grob flights and 3 IFR sims,...
4th Dec 2010, 09:26
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Posted By holdmetight

773

People with more than 220 hours and have a CPL are put into the Advanced Entry course that takes 32 weeks. I am not sure but there is a TT course catering for people with 1500? hours or more, I think...
4th Dec 2010, 05:09
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Posted By holdmetight

Selection Timeline

In case it helps anyone, here is the schedule by which I did the selection process. I was a local applicant, applying for the second time.

Submission of on-line application
16th December 2009
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4th Dec 2010, 04:46
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Posted By holdmetight

Chase3139

The cut-off for basic grading (7 sorties in G115) is 15 hours, while you must have at least 30 hours to qualify for advanced grading (3 sorties in G115 and 3 IFR sorties). According to the...
4th Dec 2010, 02:20
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Posted By holdmetight

Advanced Flight Grading

I think I wrote about this quite a while back, with my post based on the research I had done. This time I am writing as someone who has actually been there and done that. Hope this helps people get a...
4th Dec 2010, 01:34
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Posted By holdmetight

I came back from flight grading nearly two weeks...

I came back from flight grading nearly two weeks ago, got called and given the nod a few days back.
26th Nov 2010, 08:02
Replies: 22
Views: 7,124
Posted By holdmetight

HVY

I don't think that will happen - if the entire concept of icadets is cancelled, the pilot recruitment framework of the past would reappear, with an ab initio cadet scheme for locals and a DESO...
21st Nov 2010, 22:47
Replies: 10
Views: 3,046
Posted By holdmetight

davissiu

Sounds like you need to sit down and think long and hard about what you want from your career. CX and KA both offer distinctly different lifestyles so it really isn't about what other people think,...
10th Nov 2010, 10:16
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Posted By holdmetight

mtcaust

What makes you think that?
3rd Nov 2010, 13:38
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Posted By holdmetight

DDobinpilot

I'm going for the 61 week course.
3rd Nov 2010, 10:40
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Views: 3,382,307
Posted By holdmetight

Flight Grading

Anyone heading to Adelaide for flight grading starting on the 13th? I'm starting to get jittery, grading should just be around the corner and I still haven't received anything concrete to confirm...
3rd Nov 2010, 10:37
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Posted By holdmetight

ap_797

IMHO that is the last thing you should be worrying about. Focus on getting the job done to the best of your ability, and let Cathay figure out the rest. Trust me, you have more than enough to do...
2nd Nov 2010, 12:38
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Posted By holdmetight

nmcpilot

B777-200: Rolls Royce Trent 872
B777-300: Rolls Royce Trent 892
Airbus A330-300: Rolls Royce Trent 700
Airbus A340-300: CFM56
1st Nov 2010, 17:15
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Posted By holdmetight

nmcpilot

The PAT and the Wombat Test are totally seperate things and are not similar. The PAT focuses on the physical side of things, such as hand-eye coordination and reaction time etc. The Wombat Test has...
1st Nov 2010, 02:40
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Posted By holdmetight

NightFlightsAreMagic

You wil get one "aptitude" test - either the Wombat Test or the traditional Cathay aptitude test. It depends on which of these you did in Stage 1; if you did the Wombat in Stage 1 you will get the...
31st Oct 2010, 16:14
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Views: 3,382,307
Posted By holdmetight

DDobinpilot What does your Stage 2...

DDobinpilot

What does your Stage 2 invitation e-mail say? I don't think they have stopped using the Wombat test, though apart from that your projected Stage 2 itinerary is pretty accurate. Stage...
31st Oct 2010, 09:58
Replies: 7,677
Views: 3,382,307
Posted By holdmetight

ap_797

The flight planning exercise is actually quite easy and candidates with no experience or knowledge in flight planning can do just as well as a jet pilot with an ATPL. Those with flying experience...
26th Oct 2010, 11:49
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Views: 3,382,307
Posted By holdmetight

Malov

You normally get another shot at the cadetship if you failed one attempt, so I would think that a rejection naturally means that you did not make the grade this time, but you are welcome to try...
25th Oct 2010, 12:27
Replies: 7,677
Views: 3,382,307
Posted By holdmetight

Flight Grading

Anyone heading down to Adelaide for Flight Grading beginning on 13th November?
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