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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Hi there Firstly congratulations on the ATPL...

Hi there

Firstly congratulations on the ATPL passes - very good results.

I would suggest getting in touch with a local flying school and offering to help out with PPL ground school whenever...
18th Feb 2020, 12:04
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Loganair are recruiting at the moment. They have...

Loganair are recruiting at the moment. They have an assessment day in Dundee this week, and have made offers to a handful of NTR low hour people last month. Some of whom were modular guys.
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Can't comment on the others but Stapleford are...

Can't comment on the others but Stapleford are highly recommended.

I completed MEP, CPL MEIR there recently, in minimum hours, on budget, with first time passes thanks to the excellent...
17th Feb 2020, 12:15
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

I know people (low hours) who within the past 6...

I know people (low hours) who within the past 6 months have been hired at:

Jet2
Titan
Flybe
Stobart
Loganair
FlyWales
Dragonfly
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Personally I would make it absolutely clear that...

Personally I would make it absolutely clear that they are separate hours. The last thing you want is misleading your future employer as to your total EASA FCL hours PIC, if this is what they've asked...
29th Jan 2020, 19:04
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

I am looking at a document in my hands which is...

I am looking at a document in my hands which is completely contrary to this. A letter signed by the CAA enclosing a certificate confirming that an ATO who I completed UPRT with are fully approved for...
24th Jan 2020, 13:14
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

The flying school I assist at we currently pay: ...

The flying school I assist at we currently pay:

£25 per block hour
£20 per ground school hour
Nothing for long (ground) briefings.

The plan is to move this to £30 per flying hour and £10 per...
17th Oct 2019, 15:06
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Much appreciated, thanks.

Much appreciated, thanks.
16th Oct 2019, 11:29
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Does anybody have any information on how long on...

Does anybody have any information on how long on average people are waiting in the hold pool at the moment?

Thanks
8th Oct 2019, 16:29
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Hi there Often an OML will be applicable to...

Hi there

Often an OML will be applicable to Class 1 operations only, i.e. paid commercial flying duties. If you have an OML it will often state, as mine currently does, that it does not apply to...
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

It has already been said above but if you really...

It has already been said above but if you really want to pursue the dream of becoming a commercial pilot you will need to get a stable job with plenty of hours and lots of chance for progression....
10th Sep 2019, 17:44
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Hi ShotOne I would suggest he considers his...

Hi ShotOne

I would suggest he considers his situation very carefully. I would also go so far as to say that the CAA and EASA guidance on this subject is poor, and that the understanding of the...
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

It obviously still depends on your NAA. I...

It obviously still depends on your NAA.

I had my EASA IR(A) issued by the UK CAA earlier this year after undertaking a CBIR (ME), and my licence states: 'IR-SP-ME class/SE'. Therefore mine does...
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Hi Camden With the exception of some of...

Hi Camden

With the exception of some of British Airways' past schemes, I am yet to remember another UK based airline which has specifically asked for A-Levels as part of their application...
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Once your Class 1 is sorted and you're on your...

Once your Class 1 is sorted and you're on your way with your PPL, I would highly recommend heading up to Stapleford Flight Centre (near Romford, Essex) to have a talk with them about a training plan....
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

To clarify, the MCC elements (20H) are carried...

To clarify, the MCC elements (20H) are carried out on the generic XJ simulator. Only the final 8 hours are carried out on the 738 sim. That's taken from Simtech's website.
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Whilst I agree with you there RS, I would add...

Whilst I agree with you there RS, I would add that I feel your figures are a little on the low side.

From personal experience training modular, my total expenditure will come in at £70k. That's...
26th Jul 2019, 09:49
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Certainly not disagreeing with you there. A good...

Certainly not disagreeing with you there. A good company to work for, and having run some numbers last night over the first 5 years it works out an awful lot more gross pay than the regionals.
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25th Jul 2019, 14:29
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

It's a shame that the scheme only pays £20k a...

It's a shame that the scheme only pays £20k a year for 40 hours a week of work. For those moving into the industry from other careers, that salary is just not feasible. A great opportunity for the...
Forum: Jet Blast
22nd Jul 2019, 13:03
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

One of my favourite replies so far. Made me smile!

One of my favourite replies so far. Made me smile!
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

From personal experience, I have a few...

From personal experience, I have a few suggestions for you.

1. Consider very carefully whether you would want to put the financial pressure of funding your training onto your parents. Would they...
25th Jan 2019, 08:34
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

That chap would make an excellent Daily Mail...

That chap would make an excellent Daily Mail writer.
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

CAA advice for student pilots (EU Exit)

Got a notification email about this. The CAA have added a new note to their EU Exit microsite:

"Students undertaking training and examinations for an EASA Part-FCL Licence

Should no deal be...
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Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

Sean Unfortunately you're going to have to...

Sean

Unfortunately you're going to have to find out exactly how determined you are by the sounds of it!

I'm from a very similar background. A very small amount of inheritance (not even close to...
Forum: ATC Issues
20th Jun 2018, 17:39
Replies: 332
Views: 228,888
Posted By Ronaldsway Radar

https://www.jobtrain.co.uk/iomgovjobs/displayjob.a...

https://www.jobtrain.co.uk/iomgovjobs/displayjob.aspx?jobid=7332

Isle of Man looking for a SATCO.
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