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Old 27th May 2012, 21:11
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Jobs for indian cpl holders. In india or anywhere in the world

In this thread.
Lets post all the job options available to Indian CPL holder.

Be it Indigo, SpiceJet or Jet fresher exam.
Or other money money options (p2f) like MSD aviation(30 Lac), Garura(35 Lac)
Or Africa.
Or General aviation hiring Indian pilots (freshers or with specific hours)...

So everybody can look in one place easily for all of their options, and companies hiring Indian Pilots.
Post and discuss about new vacancies who ever gets to know about it.

Share it and apply for it.
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hii

good idea!!!!
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Late bloomers! - Someone thought of that way back in 2009 and the thread still continues.

Look at - http://www.pprune.org/south-asia-far...formation.html
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India and the world

That post which you are mentioning above is specifically for Indian Aviation. Basically people in that Thread are discussing about vacancies in India.

In this post we would also discuss about options available to Indian CPL holders outside India as well..

like Cathay Pacific.. Singapore Airlines.. Lion Air..
Whenever they will open vacancies in India again, we would share it with everybody!!!

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Old 28th May 2012, 15:03
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reply for TOI advertisement

Did anyone got any reply (who applied) for that times of India advertisement published on 21 march 2012?? seeking co-pilots with 600 hours?

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Old 28th May 2012, 21:20
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Honestly

...I hate to take the cherry from somebody's cake, but if I was an Indian youngster I'd sincerely spare daddy's money and would bet on any other career: doctor, engineer, lawyer, IT, blogger...anything but aviation.
Conditions have been eroding continuously for the last decades and there's no signs it could improve in the foreseeable future.

The number of candidates far exceed the vacancies. People are scrambling to get an interview and it's no guarantees the best candidates will be taken.
But the ones with better connections. The moral is all time low.
Unfortunately, there's plenty of bad examples coming from the senior guys, for instance the big fiasco the senior capt are doing with the ridiculous strike at Air India. Lot's of other bad examples of lack of professionalism around.

Be prepared for a lot of frustration.
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I hate to take the cherry from somebody's cake
Then dont!! Frankly there are jobs but not everyone is going to get them. People have made it to Indigo & Spice and there are some more vacancies expected. I think the idiea of this thread is good and instead of bursting bubbles' and 'taking cherries' you should help us unemployed pilots. If you cant help then atleast dont demoralize us further by stating facts that are no secret. It only makes you come off as a pompous old frt.

BTW rumour has it that spice is going to conduct another exam..

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Old 29th May 2012, 06:35
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Any confirm news about spice exam then...

True about indigo. There are excess of pilots.

Let us know if anybody has a confirm news about spiceJet exam ???
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Rumour : SG conducted an exam for type rated pilots. Nearly 2 weeks ago. Yet again, a hidden process.
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if your passion is aviation...ur bound to succed....lets hv hope than listening to the hopeless. I am confident il.make it one day...i.dunno how but i will...u feel that jn you. Be positive
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OK...but

In the meantime be aware about the numerous unescrupulous 'smart asses' that will charge your right arm selling ilusions luring you into a job: 'preparatory schools' for interviews, for typerating, for psycometrics...etc etc. Some with 'good connections' with the airlines. Just scams.
There's an old saying that a sucker is born every minute. Among prospective pilots, the rate is many times higher...
One needs to believe that by the time a graduate from a good University starts making real money, the aspiring pilot will still been treated like an idiot.
Well, after all a dream is a dream is dream...
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Spicejet Rumors

So where did you guys hear all these rumors from?

when is the 'pretty soon' Spicejet exam to be held and what proof about the Spicejet exam for TR guys a couple of weeks ago?

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Old 30th May 2012, 10:31
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Cactus225 -

what proof about the Spicejet exam for TR guys a couple of weeks ago?
This, I was told by a SpiceJet employee (not a pilot). But I don't see why he would make that up.

Plus, the exam for CPL holders could be held in July/August 2012.

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Indian Coast Guard

Indian Coast guard application windows opens today . Last date to apply is June 22

http://indiancoastguard.nic.in/India...001%202013.pdf
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now for coast guard they need bsc. in maths or physics i believe it wasnt the case previously.
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Air India strike may be the reason for this change. In future Air India inductions too Graduation is likely to be one of the requirements.
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well i guess asking for graduation itself is not right, on top they demand now in specific. This is purely to filter the excess. I don't know where is this all going to end.
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Indian Coast Guard

Short Service Appointments:- Short Service Appointments as Assistant Commandant for a period of 08 years, which may be extended to 10 years and further extendable upto 14 years.

(d) Pilots (Helicopter and fixed wing) Commercial Pilot License holders 12th class pass with 60% marks and should possess current / valid Commercial Pilot license (CPL) approved by DGCA on the date of registration.

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@ gamble..... where dis you get this?
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need 6/6 without glasses

they need 6/6 without glasses.
I have like -7 dioptre .
no chance for me
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