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Old 19th Jun 2018, 13:34
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Guys, what is the take home pay of a SFO in one of the French regional bases? I hear the contract is quite good
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 14:47
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Hey ,does anyone have the latest info on the first stage online assessments? any tips would be appreciated.
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 15:02
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Originally Posted by dudubrdx View Post
Guys, what is the take home pay of a SFO in one of the French regional bases? I hear the contract is quite good
Including sector pay around 97k euro gross per year, plus performance bonus and discretionary shares.

The taxation can change a lot depending on family situation (married/not married, kids, etc).
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 18:21
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Originally Posted by dirk85 View Post
Including sector pay around 97k euro gross per year, plus performance bonus and discretionary shares.

The taxation can change a lot depending on family situation (married/not married, kids, etc).
The entry contract in France is SO, not SFO!
3000€/month, including sector pay, before income tax!


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Old 19th Jun 2018, 18:45
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The question was about SFO contract, I honestly didn't put the effort to check what the entry contract is.

Can't you join as SFO like in Germany/Spain or FO like in Italy?
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 18:57
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Originally Posted by dirk85 View Post
The question was about SFO contract, I honestly didn't put the effort to check what the entry contract is.

Can't you join as SFO like in Germany/Spain or FO like in Italy?
Impossible to join as SFO in France, FO if full ATPL and more than 1500 easyJet factored hours otherwise SO.
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 19:53
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Similar to Italy, but to join as FO there you need more than 3000 hours factorized.
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 20:06
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Does anyone know, what is the type rating cost for NTR FOs joining the Berlin base?

Also, which salary level would I start in with ~2300 factorized hours and an ATPL?

Thanks!
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Old 19th Jun 2018, 23:59
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Anyone out there been offered a UK FO DEP on 100 % recently ?
Anyone in the hold pool for UK FO DEP ?
Perhaps bad news on this front but apparently (says Balpa), direct entry recruitment in the UK is stopping for now until the problem of direct entry pilots being recruited on 100pc contracts when experienced current easyJet FOs are being forced to take 75pc contracts for seasonal resilience purposes. easyJet have been doing this for years! Finally, the current generation of FOs have moaned enough that Balpa have remembered they are not just there to support the captains.
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Old 20th Jun 2018, 13:47
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Originally Posted by Sirijus View Post
Does anyone know, what is the type rating cost for NTR FOs joining the Berlin base?

Also, which salary level would I start in with ~2300 factorized hours and an ATPL?

Thanks!
You would join as FO. SFO only with more than 2500 factorized. You go up in rank after 2 years.

I dont know about the rating.
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Old 21st Jun 2018, 15:00
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EZY assessment

Hi Guys,
I have my interview for DEC position next month, all in one day (non tech assessment, group exercise, individual interview and also SIM!!).
Could anyone provide the latest contents of the non tech assessment and the sim profil?
Thanks a lot
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Old 24th Jun 2018, 19:54
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Hi lfrk,

I went last week for NTR DEC.
sim: from edinburgh SID normal takd off no fd no ap. FO from EZY but acted as a sand bag.
Then a bit of manoeuvers to get the a320 in hand, basically climb/descent with a given ias, 35 bank turn at given ias....
Then hand fly ils raw data

Positioning at fl350 LOFT frm EDI to LGW. Medical eme, divert to MAN. The objectives is to check the managment skills so I gave control to the FO.

Back to LGW EZY office. 30mn presentation of ezy and the test team: 3 pilots and 2 hr.
Then 30mn group exercise: given an A4 with the description of the exercise. Quite vague on purpose. 30mn to solve the problem. We had to build 4 tunnels to carry a vehicule, all with restrictions and limitations.
Main objectives: check your participation, leadership and management.

Later, 45mn hr interview. Advice: gather as much info as possible on ezy, the core values and organisation. They will check your motivation on that.
3 scenarios for a STAR discussion. Prepare these carefully.

And then good by to catch the flight home😉
I hope this will be useful. The day is VERY relax and fun. They are all pro so be careful, behind any question lies a snake.... Stay relax and try to enjoy, a smile does not cost much but can make the difference.
At last, you will get a thorough briefing before any task so they are not trying to trick you. They tell you what they expect frm you and what they want to see.

The Easy way 😊
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Old 25th Jun 2018, 07:59
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Originally Posted by Altair View Post
Hi lfrk,

I went last week for NTR DEC.
sim: from edinburgh SID normal takd off no fd no ap. FO from EZY but acted as a sand bag.
Then a bit of manoeuvers to get the a320 in hand, basically climb/descent with a given ias, 35 bank turn at given ias....
Then hand fly ils raw data

Positioning at fl350 LOFT frm EDI to LGW. Medical eme, divert to MAN. The objectives is to check the managment skills so I gave control to the FO.

Back to LGW EZY office. 30mn presentation of ezy and the test team: 3 pilots and 2 hr.
Then 30mn group exercise: given an A4 with the description of the exercise. Quite vague on purpose. 30mn to solve the problem. We had to build 4 tunnels to carry a vehicule, all with restrictions and limitations.
Main objectives: check your participation, leadership and management.

Later, 45mn hr interview. Advice: gather as much info as possible on ezy, the core values and organisation. They will check your motivation on that.
3 scenarios for a STAR discussion. Prepare these carefully.

And then good by to catch the flight home😉
I hope this will be useful. The day is VERY relax and fun. They are all pro so be careful, behind any question lies a snake.... Stay relax and try to enjoy, a smile does not cost much but can make the difference.
At last, you will get a thorough briefing before any task so they are not trying to trick you. They tell you what they expect frm you and what they want to see.

The Easy way 😊
Exactly the same as what I went through in January. The day is designed to catch your personality and leadership style. Raw data flying in the a320 would be the only way to prepare for the assessment, something I personally didn't do and don't think would've done me much good, as they cut me more slack for never having been in a a320 flight deck before.

Like previous poster said, it's all very relaxed and aimed at having a nice day out. Nervousness would probably be your worst enemy. They trust you can fly a plane as a DEC (okay you have to actually show it by doing some turns and climbs/descends during 10 minutes). Seemed to me that they are just trying to weed out bad personality fits (could immediately identify 1 in the group exercise: "what you're doing is wrong, I'll show you how they want it to be done"...)

Good luck!
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Old 25th Jun 2018, 08:41
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Many Thanks guys!!
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Old 25th Jun 2018, 15:04
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Is the sim assessment conducted on 320 or 737 for NTR FO? It seems to change from times to times....
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Old 28th Jun 2018, 16:31
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DEC NTR Bond

Hi Guys,

What if you tick DISAGREE about TR self fund on application page ?
Do they still call you for interview or is it a nogo ?
​​​​​​​I agrée to be bonded for 2 or 3 years but not to pay for it ...
​​​​​​​thx
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Old 29th Jun 2018, 09:58
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I did that. Doesn’t make any difference. You’ll currently pay for it one way or another - either upfront or through your net salary. To be honest I don’t regret joining for one second.
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Old 29th Jun 2018, 12:55
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Does anyone have any knowledge of the rumoured 4 on / 4 off roster that is allegedly going to make an appearance at the UK bases (i.e. it is definite)? thanks.
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Old 29th Jun 2018, 13:08
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How is it wirh AMS base? İs there a long waitinglist? Which base would you guys recommend to apply for while waiting for AMS base to come up?

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Old 29th Jun 2018, 13:49
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Does anyone have any knowledge of the rumoured 4 on / 4 off roster that is allegedly going to make an appearance at the UK bases (i.e. it is definite)? thanks.
Latest rumours are it ain’t happening.
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