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Eva Air present working conditions

Old 14th Aug 2019, 21:25
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Well honestly, all may be right or wrong what is written here, never done an expat career nor ever been flying for any far-eastern airline. But for sure, sky isn't that blue (or pink) in western airlines either. There is training- (or better check-) personell around, and i mean now in major airlines, which would perfectly fit tino the culture you are describing here. Maybe just the density of such guys is lower.

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Old 19th Aug 2019, 01:56
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Western Airlines accept pilots who have the right to work in their respective countries. However the difference is that these foreign nationals who wish to work in the west have to gain citizenship or become a resident which you have clearly stated. However it is different in Asia, Westerners can come and work without having to gain citizenship or become a resident, so that makes it easier for westerners to come over to work in Asia.

A disadvantage for Asians i believe
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Old 24th Aug 2019, 13:53
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Originally Posted by Macarto View Post
Black Crow

Western Airlines accept pilots who have the right to work in their respective countries. However the difference is that these foreign nationals who wish to work in the west have to gain citizenship or become a resident which you have clearly stated. However it is different in Asia, Westerners can come and work without having to gain citizenship or become a resident, so that makes it easier for westerners to come over to work in Asia.

A disadvantage for Asians i believe
You have your information wrong.

Anyone working in any asian country must comply with that countries immigration laws and right to work laws. Each country has different requirements, but someone working as an expat still must obey local laws. One of the biggest hurdles to working in asia is obtaining a right to work status.

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Old 2nd Sep 2019, 18:48
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EVA Air

Hi,
Any updated reviews for this company? What's the commuting roster?

Thanx
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