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Nck 22nd May 2019 14:07

Hello. Same here. Feel free to whatsapp me at 66339891. Thanks

jessicaoneillx 22nd May 2019 23:18

Heyya, I'm going to apply around June, so if anyone wants to study for 1A together & do practice interviews etc- message me on whatsapp at +852 91807897

benedictchan 27th May 2019 05:34

hey guys. Looking for Stage 2 teammates on 13 June 2019, kindly inbox. Cheers.

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Linkwu 27th May 2019 15:50

Hi all, looking for stage 2 teammates on 12Jun2019, please inbox, thank you.

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kswk 28th May 2019 01:44


Originally Posted by Linkwu (Post 10480753)
Hi all, looking for stage 2 teammates on 12Jun2019, please inbox, thank you.

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May I know when did you guys have 1b?
I am still waiting for feedback after 1b...

torque400lbs 30th May 2019 06:59

Hey friend, congrats on passing your 1A and all the best for your 1B result. Just wanted to know how difficult was your 1A? I have the assessment coming up in 3 weeks and am shit scared. I have the 120 mins Cut-e test and 60 mins tech quiz on the same day. There is so much to study and practice for the cut-e. Does the 60 minutes quiz consists of questions from all the pages of the 5 chapters? Thank you and all the best.

marco777 1st Jun 2019 06:04

After graduate from fta, if the company assigns the SO for cargo fleet, is there any chance for changing fleet after a period of time? plus may i ask how’s the path of existing 747 SO? will they be able to change when they get promoted? or the company will tend to assign passenger fleet for those 747 SO when they get promoted? thanks all

musthafa 4th Jun 2019 14:09

Initial 1a and b.
 
Greeting Aviators!

I've been selected for Initial 1a with CX and this is my 3rd attempt in 2 years time, only this time I've come back with my CPL IR versus no flight experience the last 2 attempts. I am more than happy to be acquainted with fellow candidates who have been through the screening or have yet to. I am available on Whatsapp +85266771552. Feel free to include me in your prep..Lets prep together!

avibeeeeee 4th Jun 2019 15:51

Invitation for Icao test
 
Hey guy! I just finished my 1a today.
I could like to ask how long will i receive the invitation/failure email?
Any updates for who has completed 1a as well recently?

mk18mod1 11th Jun 2019 09:27

My interview date is 16-17 of September, my email: [email protected]
cheers

A320x 13th Jun 2019 10:12


Originally Posted by marco777 (Post 10483986)
After graduate from fta, if the company assigns the SO for cargo fleet, is there any chance for changing fleet after a period of time? plus may i ask how’s the path of existing 747 SO? will they be able to change when they get promoted? or the company will tend to assign passenger fleet for those 747 SO when they get promoted? thanks all

No promotion will be for you at least 6-7 yrs if you join today.

Tyh9989 13th Jun 2019 13:48

Looking for icao and 1b mates
 
Hi there, looking for icao and 1b mates, we have 4 in the group already, feel free to telegram me :Tyh9989
cheers



Originally Posted by avibeeeeee (Post 10486386)
Hey guy! I just finished my 1a today.
I could like to ask how long will i receive the invitation/failure email?
Any updates for who has completed 1a as well recently?


cliveip 14th Jun 2019 06:53

Hi, I have 1a on 19th June, feel free to whatsapp me +852 6339 1861

TChew 18th Jun 2019 11:35

Hi, looking for studymates for 1a feel free to whatsapp me at +852 98747273.

Pilotkid 23rd Jun 2019 21:16

Good day Guys

Since some of you would've attended the interview and other assessments, I'm trying to get some clarity here;
Is it true that as second officers you stay 5-7 yrs before the upgrade?
Is it true that you are now required to pay 50% of the training cost as of Dec 1st, 2018?
Also, whats the tax (%) on salary there, if they've mentioned it that is?

cheers

A320x 24th Jun 2019 02:52


Originally Posted by Pilotkid (Post 10501418)
Good day Guys

Since some of you would've attended the interview and other assessments, I'm trying to get some clarity here;
Is it true that as second officers you stay 5-7 yrs before the upgrade?
Is it true that you are now required to pay 50% of the training cost as of Dec 1st, 2018?
Also, whats the tax (%) on salary there, if they've mentioned it that is?

cheers

Not true. More than 7 yrs.
Deduct from your salary (not getting PA for 3 yrs)
Refer to website

MrAndy 24th Jun 2019 06:47


Originally Posted by Pilotkid (Post 10501418)
Good day Guys

Since some of you would've attended the interview and other assessments, I'm trying to get some clarity here;
Is it true that as second officers you stay 5-7 yrs before the upgrade?
Is it true that you are now required to pay 50% of the training cost as of Dec 1st, 2018?
Also, whats the tax (%) on salary there, if they've mentioned it that is?

cheers

Re: 5-7 years before upgrade. I don't know what they tell people during the interview these days, but I do know that up to 7 years have been thrown around a lot on these forums at various points over the last decade (maybe longer), and it has never been that long. No one has done more than 5 years, and at present, SOs are getting upgraded at around the 4 year mark. The upgrade time is based on seniority, and it will depend on how many SOs are in front of you when you join, how many gets upgraded each year, or how many SOs in front leaves the company. Given the current rate, and the fact that the HKCAD says (in one of their documents) those who hold restricted type ratings are expected to be fully rated at 5 years, it will still likely be 4-5 years. This said, take my numbers, or any numbers you see on this forum with a grain of salt, because no one really knows what can happen in 5 years.

Re: training costs. If you do a full cadetship, I believe you have to pay for half the training under the new contract, which is deducted from your salary over your first few years. To my knowledge, you don't have to pay if you already have an ATPL, or even a CPL.

Re: Tax. Around 15%.

Pilotkid 24th Jun 2019 07:04


Originally Posted by MrAndy (Post 10501587)
Re: 5-7 years before upgrade. I don't know what they tell people during the interview these days, but I do know that up to 7 years have been thrown around a lot on these forums at various points over the last decade (maybe longer), and it has never been that long. No one has done more than 5 years, and at present, SOs are getting upgraded at around the 4 year mark. The upgrade time is based on seniority, and it will depend on how many SOs are in front of you when you join, how many gets upgraded each year, or how many SOs in front leaves the company. Given the current rate, and the fact that the HKCAD says (in one of their documents) those who hold restricted type ratings are expected to be fully rated at 5 years, it will still likely be 4-5 years. This said, take my numbers, or any numbers you see on this forum with a grain of salt, because no one really knows what can happen in 5 years.

Re: training costs. If you do a full cadetship, I believe you have to pay for half the training under the new contract, which is deducted from your salary over your first few years. To my knowledge, you don't have to pay if you already have an ATPL, or even a CPL.

Re: Tax. Around 15%.


Thanks for this information, now it makes more sense and gives me abit more clarity on the matter, especially with that 50% training cost issue. Do you recall which document of the HKCAD speaks about the restricted type Rating? Would love to have a read.

Cheers

MrAndy 24th Jun 2019 07:19


Originally Posted by Pilotkid (Post 10501603)



Thanks for this information, now it makes more sense and gives me abit more clarity on the matter, especially with that 50% training cost issue. Do you recall which document of the HKCAD speaks about the restricted type Rating? Would love to have a read.

Cheers

Sure. Look up CAD54 on the HKCAD website.

ka1356 27th Jun 2019 05:57

Hi all, looking for stage 2 teammates for Dragon on 9Jul2019. Kindly inbox or whatsapp me at +852 64945940, thanks;)

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