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Old 22nd Jun 2014, 17:25
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I'm pretty sure that Eagle jet is a registered business and pays its taxes.

I don't support pay to fly and you should know what is a bribe and what isn't.
That is an unacceptable argument. Just because an unethical activity gets regularized it does not mean it is all good. What Eaglejet offers is a chance to bribe the airlines' shareholders over-the-table instead of the airlines' management under-the-table. In both cases(under/over the table) merit takes a back seat. In both cases the passengers dont get what they deserve.


I was in no way being racist.

Stop being so quick to play the racist card. Nothing makes me sicker than someone doing that.
Nothing makes me sicker than people accusing those at the receiving end of racism of playing some "card." Btw i never called you a racist in my posts. Why the rant? Guilt mentality?

@lilflyboy262...2
Are we going to continue calling each other's views "rants?" You decide.

I suggest Billboard and Apache actually go out and work as pilots for a while before coming on here and telling people what they should think.
Looks like someone is claiming the patent to hard work. I never claimed superiority over anyone. I am providing my humble opinion and other people can form their own independent opinions.

It was only the Indian pilots that offered me money if i gave them a job. It wasn't just a one off.

This is the fastest way of getting black banned by me and our company.
I see. If it is indeed true that you blacklist those who offer you bribes then you deserve a salute.

If your looking for work, send me your CV, have a go. (NOTE: Onetime offer only to Billboard and Apache).. Everyone else follow the normal channels.
Thank you for the offer sir/ma'am. But why the special offer for me over an anonymous forum?

If you have been judging every CV on its own merit instead of submitting to hearsay then you dont have to explain anything to me or anyone else. And if i am eligible for the job and have not yet submitted my CV thorugh proper channels then i dont deserve the opportunity. But still, many thanks for the offer.
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Old 22nd Jun 2014, 21:15
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Billboard,

My post to Roti about Apache also applies to you. Do you have a blog?

What makes me really laugh is the fact that Skydiveandy practically cut your balls off and then served them on a plate to you (Apache and Billboard) but you still continue on with your futile arguments. Even other Indians have come on and told you shut up but you persist.

If you guys are what is to be expected of low hour Inidan pilots no wonder hardly anyone in the world will consider you for a job. You have proven that here .
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 02:17
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Thank you for the offer sir/ma'am. But why the special offer for me over an anonymous forum?
I would be guessing you have used the PM function before. It would be very simple for you to send a message lets say and get the details your require. ie: email address to send relevant documents.

You ask why the offer. That is simple, you are the 2 making the loudest noise, the ones standing out from the crowd. This industry throughout the entire world has a lot to do with who you know as much as it does with what you know. If you dont make yourself stand out from the crowd, I can assure you, you will never get anywhere.

You have an offer from a CP that is willing to look over your CV. You may not get the job, but you will get valuable feedback on the quality of your CV.. This may just be the reason your not working yet.

Consider this, while your sitting at your PC typing away, complaining how bad the world is, I just hired another 3 pilots this morning.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 02:25
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Pilotchute I agree completely. So many times I have seen those 2 always having to have the last say. The Psychology of course is keep going until the other lot get bored and give up then they think they have won. Some of there replies almost contradict themselves in the process.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 03:49
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I'm pretty sure that Eagle jet is a registered business and pays its taxes. They offer a service and you pay them money for it. That is called a financial transaction.
What is the percentage of Indians among those who are doing these, 'Absolutely legal', all taxes paid 'Financial Transaction's' ?

Just for the record,I'm not interested in my CV being looked up by Lion Air.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 07:53
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Apache, please do not reveil it is you if ever you show up in my simulator.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 08:11
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First pilotchute and his friends were shamelessly sucking up to what I think is their present or future CP, who it seems hires pilots by the dozen everyday, in a country where most airlines are banned from flying to an entire continent.

Now latetonite has jumped in with his usual typo ridden one-liners with a veiled threat Go show your masculinity on some poor debt ridden ab-initio.You will never bother me
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 08:20
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An Apache is indeed an Indian. But therefore not captain yet. Now it is me who is shaking my head.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 08:48
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Don't shake it baby.Just answer the question I posted.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 09:07
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Poor Vdaff
All he wanted to know was his chance of a job in India. Now he has to read all the crap dished out by idiots. CV thru PPRuNe ? That andy recruiter fellow must be sitting in some dingy office in Old delhi .
latetonite---- How do you fill up a sim assessment with your ELP 2 ?
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 09:30
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That is what you do nowadays, HiFly? ELP assessmemts?
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 09:46
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^^^^^^^^^^
You just proved my point. Now give it a rest and try and help people.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 10:53
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Can't believe you two guys turned your noses up at the offer of having your CV's looked at. What a bunch of idiots.

Skydiveandy threw you a lifeline and you blew it. Bravo!

Damn, if the job can pay my bills then I'll take it. (Active c208 pilot)

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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 11:05
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Looks like one more guy trying to suck up to the CP.
We don't need that offer because we have better jobs than you could ever dream of you idiot.
Seems like some Indians beat you to it at Lion Air.That is why all the frustration.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 11:17
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@pilotchute

Even other Indians have come on and told you shut up but you persist.
When exactly?

If you had valid counter-arguments to what i said then you would not need to tell me to shut up. I never told you or anybody else to shut up, you see!

I am a little intrigued by your name though. Are you a particular pilot's "chute"(choot/pu*sy) or do you offer yours to pilots?

Some of there replies almost contradict themselves in the process.
So point out the contradiction and prove me wrong instead of making baseless accusations.

Apache, please do not reveil it is you if ever you show up in my simulator.
So if you have a difference of opinion with someone you take it out on that person during sim assessments. A true professional!
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 11:21
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Not at all Apache. I was merely pointing out that you should never turn down a job offer or CV review.

I am in a totally different field at the moment on good money but i hate it. Therefore I would not turn down any aviation job offer if it paid the bills. I am just assuming that Andy is a CP for a Caravan operator and seeing as I have some time on that type dropping skydivers, that maybe I could send my CV. That is all I meant.

If it is Lion Air that Andy is involved with, then so be it. I am not qualified to fly a 737 as I'm not typed/experienced, so I won't get the job interview. Simples.

Don't get your panties in a twist.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 11:44
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Vdaff,

The answer to your question is you keep trying for as long as it takes to get there or until the day you realise that maybe that thing you have wanted so long may not be what you need now after such a long time trying.

As much as some people on here think otherwise, because of your geographical location your chances may be much more limited than others. Without a thriving GA sector the chances of a first job are even more limited.

There are people out there from all parts of the world who could go to a hundred interviews and never get a job. That is life and no matter how fair or unfair it is you have to live with it. I think there are many posters here who would rather just disagree for the sake of it. Maybe those people need to focus more energy on getting ahead in life than trawling PPRuNe looking for a fight.

I am happy to retort to anyone on this thread but now I would prefer to do it via pm. If any of you feel the need to carry this on go right ahead.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 12:18
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I have been in a similar situation.When I had no experience, my company tried to cheat me out of the money they owed me.I didn't put up with it.And neither will I put up with Indian's being singled out and labelled when infact,the whole aviation world has become putrid.

I hope you fly soon.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 12:46
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Err Apache,

You havn't listened. I am flying (weekends only) dropping skydivers, I am working in a totally different field in the week and I don't feel cheated.
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Old 23rd Jun 2014, 13:02
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Let me rephrase.I hope you get a full time job soon.
And I said they tried to cheat me.I didn't say they succeeded.
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