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Posted By OhNoCB

If you were not far off, could you have put the...

If you were not far off, could you have put the seat a bit higher? I am not overly tall myself but the 737 seat goes up to a ridiculous height in my opinion so you might get more reach that way,...
9th Oct 2020, 19:38
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Posted By OhNoCB

Excellent stuff, I missed the reference document....

Excellent stuff, I missed the reference document. Thank you for clarifying.

To try and clear the last bit of it up - I have a 737 type rating which is how my IR is currently held. I have no other...
9th Oct 2020, 13:54
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Posted By OhNoCB

I am looking into doing something similar albeit...

I am looking into doing something similar albeit with a UK issued EASA licence.

Whopity, is it not the case that cross crediting is valid only for the revalidation of an IR? I can see in your...
Forum: Questions
26th Sep 2020, 15:28
Replies: 2
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Posted By OhNoCB

EASA licences are valid for life, there is no...

EASA licences are valid for life, there is no renewal.

Medical fees vary by AME as will any ancillary fees applicable. My own AME doesn't charge any admin fees etc but does charge more when an ECG...
14th Sep 2020, 22:28
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Posted By OhNoCB

Medical and ECG expiry query

Due to the current pandemic, I have been flying with a medical exemption for the last few months. I finally renewed my medical last week and it has just occurred to me that whilst it is valid until...
6th Aug 2020, 23:33
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Views: 144,365
Posted By OhNoCB

Just to add a bit more perspective to the above....

Just to add a bit more perspective to the above. Jet2 communicated a need for redundancies and a pay cut from August - December some time ago now. This has been stalled and not yet agreed by BALPA,...
24th Jun 2020, 01:10
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Posted By OhNoCB

Proposed 30% cut ie. retain 70%.

Proposed 30% cut ie. retain 70%.
1st Apr 2020, 15:15
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Posted By OhNoCB

Knowing nothing about it and can't easily see...

Knowing nothing about it and can't easily see with a very very quick search, I wonder is that €9500 across the 3 months in total, not per month. That brings it close to other states.
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Views: 657
Posted By OhNoCB

If you do decide to go ahead with paying out of...

If you do decide to go ahead with paying out of your own pocket for the type rating (not ideal, but everyones situation is different) - at least make sure you have a signed contract guaranteeing...
Forum: ATC Issues
21st Oct 2019, 21:41
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Views: 3,244
Posted By OhNoCB

Only really relevant for the UK but a lot of...

Only really relevant for the UK but a lot of airlines use it as reference.

From CAP414 Radiotelephony Manual ed 22
3.9


Appreciate it may not be pertinent to you, but there it is in a manual.
16th Oct 2019, 09:32
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Posted By OhNoCB

That depends on the carrier. They were only...

That depends on the carrier. They were only reportable if executed below 1000' in my previous company and they are only voluntarily reportable in my current one (unless for a couple of MOR related...
Forum: Questions
9th Oct 2019, 23:04
Replies: 5
Views: 934
Posted By OhNoCB

What about a pair of black Chelsea style boots? A...

What about a pair of black Chelsea style boots? A good few people I work with (myself included) wear boots and I personally find them much more comfortable and softer at the back than most shoes. No...
Forum: Questions
27th Sep 2019, 17:22
Replies: 3
Views: 845
Posted By OhNoCB

1. Seems to make reasonable sense to me to be...

1. Seems to make reasonable sense to me to be honest. If you get an airspeed loss just before V1 for example, by the time you get back to v1 again you are going to be further down the field than you...
Forum: ATC Issues
13th May 2019, 00:19
Replies: 10
Views: 2,967
Posted By OhNoCB

Personally I think LIDO complicate things with...

Personally I think LIDO complicate things with their calculated (bold an italics) 'D' point at 13.2 miles. CDFA applies from the FAF, which most know was the Maltese cross point as per the Jepp,...
Forum: Tech Log
1st Nov 2018, 22:15
Replies: 47
Views: 14,830
Posted By OhNoCB

I have had this discussion with my current UK...

I have had this discussion with my current UK airline too.

We currently correct everything below the temp corrected MSA, for all approaches. In my previous airline, we did not correct anything...
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Posted By OhNoCB

7 months is extremely doable in my experience. I...

7 months is extremely doable in my experience. I completed mine in 7 months, and I took a few weeks off after mod 1 (2 modules when I did it). This was without going crazy with it, and I was also...
29th Aug 2018, 20:46
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Posted By OhNoCB

definitely not.

definitely not.
29th Aug 2018, 17:55
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Posted By OhNoCB

That's always going to depend on what exactly you...

That's always going to depend on what exactly you want to do and how far away from work you are. With a 2 hour standby callout there is plenty I do and can do on standby.
12th Aug 2018, 21:49
Replies: 101
Views: 25,509
Posted By OhNoCB

One answer to that, from a previous company was...

One answer to that, from a previous company was that they would far rather everyone take plog fuel (assuming no glaringly obvious reason to take more) on every flight, and suffer the occasional...
8th Aug 2018, 00:59
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Posted By OhNoCB

Nowhere is perfect. In Ryanair I had 4 days off...

Nowhere is perfect. In Ryanair I had 4 days off every 'week' which was great, but I spent at least 1, sometimes more of those commuting to my under-crewed home base which they wouldn't give me. In...
8th Aug 2018, 00:49
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Posted By OhNoCB

I would expect a new captain to maintain SOPs and...

I would expect a new captain to maintain SOPs and not start creating his own 'better' ones now that he/she is in the left seat ie. "I know its not SOP but this is far more efficient / this is the way...
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Posted By OhNoCB

Either by talking to people that work there,...

Either by talking to people that work there, asking on here or more often than not PPJN normally is pretty close.

In theory the normal model would be basic salary plus things like sector pay and...
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Posted By OhNoCB

Might I suggest to keep hopes realistic that you...

Might I suggest to keep hopes realistic that you might wish to target starting in the RIGHT hand seat job first? :p

Ryanair I don't know the current rates of pay, but you would almost certainly...
Forum: ATC Issues
12th Jul 2018, 03:30
Replies: 11
Views: 2,839
Posted By OhNoCB

I don't have any international source to hand,...

I don't have any international source to hand, but from CAP413 (UK RT Manual), the follow implies a heading need not end in a zero.
Forum: Questions
20th Mar 2018, 18:09
Replies: 4
Views: 2,015
Posted By OhNoCB

Just completing the takeoff/landing doesn't make...

Just completing the takeoff/landing doesn't make those hours PICUS. You should really be acting as PIC for that sector for them to count as such, and technically the logbook needs to be countersigned...
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