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28th Mar 2016, 19:25
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LGW or LHR base?

LGW or LHR base?
12th Jan 2016, 09:31
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BA Medical Process

The BA company medical comes after you've been selected and is carried out at Waterside by the in-house medical centre. It's certainly no worse than a CAA Class 1 renewal and consists of the usual...
15th Sep 2015, 18:52
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BAW1935

"Is it true that by being a younger applicant, you're more likely to be accepted through CTC rather than CAE OAA?"

Nope.
5th Jun 2015, 09:30
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Nuttynat416 & JDA2012

JDA2012 - Pretty much spot on answer, just one mistake. The retirement age increased to 65, so the retirement rate will return to normal next year. That being said, it is only a handful of...
19th Jun 2013, 21:34
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Northern Counties

No one knows for sure - Even those claiming to have inside information should be taken with a pinch of salt, as they could be out and out lying or have information skewed by being passed through...
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City Flyer and Pudoc, Yes, I agree. It was a...

City Flyer and Pudoc,

Yes, I agree. It was a bullsh!t statement. I believe it is commonly referred to as satire, whereby we mock something by accentuating certain aspects of it. In this case, the...
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Views: 4,158
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G-RICH

Just to clarify a couple of things you seem to have misunderstood.

I'm not a 50+ myself, I'm about half of it. I came through school and saw first hand the effects of changing teaching...
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Posted By 4015

Whilst an interesting article, are we really...

Whilst an interesting article, are we really surprised?

We live in a society ran by elf'n'safety et al meaning that kids no longer learn about the real world and instead grow up in a bubble.
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Interesting, isn't it, how at 17/18 we think we...

Interesting, isn't it, how at 17/18 we think we have to be on the flight deck by our early 20s and when we get to 20/21 we realise there is no real rush.

I'm glad, having seen your initial post,...
9th Aug 2012, 08:28
Replies: 5
Views: 1,833
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Having a PPL is another feather in your cap and...

Having a PPL is another feather in your cap and another thing to talk about during the inevitable interviews (of which there are several for any sponsorship/ tagged scheme), but it is an expensive...
4th Jul 2012, 07:19
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Posted By 4015

doz111

PrestonPilot is correct, you are contractually forbidden from carrying out any kind of paid work whilst enrolled on the course.
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Don't think it's just maths, verbal reasoning,...

Don't think it's just maths, verbal reasoning, spatial reasoning, eye-hand coordination are all tested, along with group behaviour and leadership potential.

Just work on simple maths;...
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Views: 1,549
Posted By 4015

Be very careful who's advice you decide to take...

Be very careful who's advice you decide to take here. Some people offering advice aren't much further along the line than you are, others (GtE) really know what they're talking about.

FWIW, I did...
18th May 2012, 15:46
Replies: 50
Views: 8,688
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Brilliant! Story put me in a right good mood for...

Brilliant! Story put me in a right good mood for the weekend! :ok:

4015
2nd May 2012, 07:33
Replies: 3
Views: 1,857
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I presume this relates to the Flybe scheme? ...

I presume this relates to the Flybe scheme?

"You'll receive an email acknowledging receipt of your application and a further email will advise you of the next steps.... "

You'll probably find...
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Views: 19,163
Posted By 4015

Not a huge amount of difference in handling, not...

Not a huge amount of difference in handling, not that you'll notice that early on in training anyway.

Sit in both, which feels more comfortable? One's stick, other's yoke, which feels more natural...
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Views: 6,526
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If you can afford to keep your TR current, which...

If you can afford to keep your TR current, which means completing a check ride every year, then there's no reason not to really. You'll probably find that the experience you gain flying will make...
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Views: 3,336
Posted By 4015

Definitely go along to the Flyer show! Plan out...

Definitely go along to the Flyer show! Plan out the schools you really want to go and see and talk to them as much as possible. Always worth a proper look around the others, and have a list of...
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Views: 8,591
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Learjet-45

http://www.meh.ro/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/meh.ro9158.jpg

I'm assuming OP is a troll, it means I don't feel like a bad person when I laugh at him.

This... is a 24 carat thread!
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Views: 8,591
Posted By 4015

Luke Skytoddler.... ... :D

Luke Skytoddler....

...

:D
18th Apr 2012, 09:16
Replies: 15
Views: 4,304
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Aptitude tests are not necessarily based entirely...

Aptitude tests are not necessarily based entirely on aptitude.

They can be weighted in different ways for the same test, for example you may be given 'marks' for doing well, but you will also be...
17th Apr 2012, 07:48
Replies: 15
Views: 4,304
Posted By 4015

Third one to agree with the previous two posters....

Third one to agree with the previous two posters.

The RAF tests are ridiculous in comparison to the civilian ones I've taken, the RAF can afford to pick the absolute best and the tests are set at...
Replies: 2
Views: 779
Posted By 4015

Genghis, as is frequently the case, has pretty...

Genghis, as is frequently the case, has pretty much summed it up nicely.

Do not be fooled by the course title of "Aerospace Engineering", a more accurate name would be something like "A shed load...
30th Mar 2012, 15:50
Replies: 3
Views: 2,893
Posted By 4015

Flyboy, The truth is that at the moment no...

Flyboy,

The truth is that at the moment no one knows what the plans are with the FPP. However, if it were to close, it would not be because of 'tax reasons', whatever that might be.

There is...
22nd Mar 2012, 12:18
Replies: 1,367
Views: 627,869
Posted By 4015

Ricochet22

The FPP is not grossly oversubscribed in any way. There were thousands of applicants (approx 3,000) in the first round which opened for applications in 2011.

From these 3,000 about 90 were...
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