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6th Mar 2019, 23:22
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Just to point out the only reason Capital are...

Just to point out the only reason Capital are offering such a high salary for a King Air Captain is because it is based in the Channel Islands; 70k doesn't go far when you consider the price of...
Replies: 11
Views: 1,349
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Alex, To do the CBIR you need to log a total...

Alex,

To do the CBIR you need to log a total of 40 hour of instrument flying; you then do an assessment and the ATO will determine how much approved training you need to do to complete the IR.
If...
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Views: 1,349
Posted By portsharbourflyer

No can of worms at all any more; In the days of...

No can of worms at all any more; In the days of JAA (prior to EASA) the IMC(now the IR(R) at the time was a national CAA rating so it could not be credited towards a JAA IR.

Now that the...
30th Jan 2018, 23:31
Replies: 23
Views: 10,343
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Arc698, I would stay in the US, if you hit...

Arc698,

I would stay in the US, if you hit the 1500 hour mark your terms and conditions will be far better than you will get in Europe. I have seen US Airlines offering joining fees to new FOs...
Replies: 12
Views: 2,453
Posted By portsharbourflyer

End answer then is you can't do the ATPL skill...

End answer then is you can't do the ATPL skill test on the Phenom 300 (as Tescoapp and Billiebob previously stated). 500 kg too light.
Replies: 12
Views: 2,453
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Lepo, The reference you quote is referring...

Lepo,

The reference you quote is referring to the test for issue of the type rating not the requirement for the ATPL skills test.

That said you may still be right; the CAA guidance material...
24th Aug 2017, 21:07
Replies: 83
Views: 38,670
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Apologies for the thread drift but I have a few...

Apologies for the thread drift but I have a few responses to give.

P40, no one suggested the hours requirement should be set as high as 1500, as said in the UK CAA pre-JAA days self improvers...
22nd Aug 2017, 20:17
Replies: 83
Views: 38,670
Posted By portsharbourflyer

VariablePitch: There is no shortage of FAA...

VariablePitch:

There is no shortage of FAA CPL / IR holders in the USA; while it is true the pilot profession being seen as less favourable has reduced the number undertaking training that in...
21st Aug 2017, 22:24
Replies: 83
Views: 38,670
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Just wish EASA would follow the FAA trend and...

Just wish EASA would follow the FAA trend and introduce an hours requirement; I will agree there may not be that much relevance of a lot of day VFR hour building to Airline operations but from what I...
Replies: 1
Views: 1,036
Posted By portsharbourflyer

A current ME/IR is only needed for issue of your...

A current ME/IR is only needed for issue of your first MPA type rating.
Your 737 type rating gives you type specific Multi Pilot Aircraft/ IR, therefore the "MPA/IR" is revalidated with the LPC of...
17th Jul 2017, 22:32
Replies: 34
Views: 6,326
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Just to add, the ME IR can now be obtained by the...

Just to add, the ME IR can now be obtained by the Competency Based IR route, and the training hours from the IRR(IMC) can be credited towards the hours for the CB IR.
15th Jul 2017, 19:23
Replies: 34
Views: 6,326
Posted By portsharbourflyer

No JOC or MCC required a Mustang is a CS23...

No JOC or MCC required a Mustang is a CS23 aircraft and certified for single pilot ops and therefore does not require an MCC for the rating to be issued; even if you chose to operate it Multi Crew...
Replies: 6
Views: 1,801
Posted By portsharbourflyer

To my knowledge it was only ever Flybe that...

To my knowledge it was only ever Flybe that stated on the application form that all modular flight training phases should have been completed at one FTO; to which I understood it referred to the ...
5th Jun 2017, 22:50
Replies: 51
Views: 10,539
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Homsap, I will agree with you to an extent...

Homsap,

I will agree with you to an extent MRAES and CEng mean very little; there are two year graduate training schemes in some companies that allow someone to gain charter-ship by getting them...
4th Jun 2017, 22:44
Replies: 51
Views: 10,539
Posted By portsharbourflyer

"I need to add I think alot of people travelling...

"I need to add I think alot of people travelling in first class from say LHR to LAX would not imagine that P1 and P2 are considered below graduate level. Worse still if the bean counters get on to...
3rd Jun 2017, 15:55
Replies: 51
Views: 10,539
Posted By portsharbourflyer

ATPL theory only just about reaches GCSE...

ATPL theory only just about reaches GCSE difficulty; it is no way comparable to degree level study.
If we made ATPL principals of flight on par with BEng level Aerodynamics I suspect 70% of pilots...
Replies: 17
Views: 1,589
Posted By portsharbourflyer

BAW, ATPL theory only just about hits GCSE level....

BAW, ATPL theory only just about hits GCSE level. The maths in the ATPL theory compared to degree level Engineering is very simple. The only thing challenging about the ATPLs is the quantity of...
Replies: 17
Views: 1,589
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Actually you will find yourself almost having to...

Actually you will find yourself almost having to relearn principles of flight for the EASA ATPL exam; compared to the degree theory its is very simplified almost to the point of being incorrect at...
Replies: 15
Views: 3,285
Posted By portsharbourflyer

You need an ICAO PPL issued to sit the ATPL exams...

You need an ICAO PPL issued to sit the ATPL exams unless done as part of an integrated course. ATPL theory will contain a lot more information than you need for the PPL theory.
25th Apr 2017, 21:41
Replies: 6
Views: 2,960
Posted By portsharbourflyer

I think the OASC selection tests were only for...

I think the OASC selection tests were only for the JN Somers Scholarship (for CPL/IR with fATPL) and the PPL scholarships; I don't believe it is used for the FI scholarship.
11th Apr 2017, 19:01
Replies: 10
Views: 1,948
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Yes, because although your MPA IR doesn't give...

Yes, because although your MPA IR doesn't give you SPA IR privileges anyone from a NON-MPL background would have held an SPA ME IR to get a MPA IR issued. Also when an ATO assesses the training...
Replies: 12
Views: 4,550
Posted By portsharbourflyer

The technical level of the ATPL exams is really...

The technical level of the ATPL exams is really quite low. The maths and physics content is only at times edging on GCSE standard. The thing about the ATPLs is the quantity of information not the...
11th Feb 2017, 17:52
Replies: 4
Views: 1,225
Posted By portsharbourflyer

By the dates you have given then you have not...

By the dates you have given then you have not exceeded seven years yet, but you are leaving it very close. So I believe your ATPL exam passes are still valid, the single engine IR still keeps that...
8th Feb 2017, 19:48
Replies: 9
Views: 2,668
Posted By portsharbourflyer

No, the solution is to study up on the ground...

No, the solution is to study up on the ground material before you start the FI course, so while you complete the course you have the foundation knowledge in place.

While I found the FI course...
26th Jan 2017, 23:04
Replies: 12
Views: 2,825
Posted By portsharbourflyer

Kayparm, I know French working culture is...

Kayparm,

I know French working culture is slightly different, but if you have the chance to work on a contract or freelance basis it will give you the flexibility to take time off for job...
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