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Old 10th Jan 2019, 18:04
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Good evening, I can see that quite a few people have emailed me regarding info on Portugal however I have a mail inbox of 1 so i never see the other messages. Anyone shed light on that?

In answer to some questions I have seen, this year in Portugal we will have options for 5-4 and part time. There is no commuting roster although quite a few people commute for family and tax purposes.

The contract is good, a Captain in Portugal can typically gross anywhere between 150-160000 Euros per year excluding loyalty bonus. Whatever net you receive all comes down to where you live, whether you have children and if married, whether your wife/husband works.

Commuting to Spain can see a dramatic reduction in income tax. Paternity rights, sick pay and pension are excellent however to receive any pension in Portugal would mean you have to work and pay Social Security for a minimum of 15 years. At the moment the Pension pays out the equivalent of 70-80% of salary for the rest of your life although who knows for the future. I do apologise to anyone who has emailed and I haven´t responded but I am clueless as to how to get a bigger box.

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Old 11th Jan 2019, 08:01
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Old 15th Jan 2019, 09:22
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Hi CaptainProp, thanks, I understand now I have to establish a history before the inbox will be expanded.
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Old 22nd Jan 2019, 21:22
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Hi SkyHigh...I just noticed that they removed the non-rated DEC for Portugal (or any other base) on their career website, any idea why?

Best regards
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Old 23rd Jan 2019, 09:39
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Does anyone know what the benefits are with Ezy? discounts standby tickets etc. and do they pay for medicals, insurances, car parking and uniforms? the blue and yellow guys dont! and going off what the blue and yellow dont give you, do ezy give their crew food and drink? Thanks
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Old 23rd Jan 2019, 10:08
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Originally Posted by chinese3NMofftrack View Post
Hi SkyHigh...I just noticed that they removed the non-rated DEC for Portugal (or any other base) on their career website, any idea why?

Best regards

Type rating courses filled up to the busy Summer season and the hold pool is probably full, with extensions given to those who’ve been swimming for a while. Courses to be resumed after Summer.
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Old 24th Jan 2019, 07:17
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Is this for CAPT or FO? Getting a bit ridiculous by the sound of it! Any idea how they work out who gets on a course and who doesn’t?
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Old 24th Jan 2019, 07:38
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Originally Posted by monsterx View Post
Does anyone know what the benefits are with Ezy? discounts standby tickets etc. and do they pay for medicals, insurances, car parking and uniforms? the blue and yellow guys dont! and going off what the blue and yellow dont give you, do ezy give their crew food and drink? Thanks
Access to staff travel confirmed tickets and standby tickets is available. Medical is reimbursed (some AMEs can bill the company directly). Car parking and uniform included, as is crew food and drink.
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Old 24th Jan 2019, 08:39
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Originally Posted by BizJetJockey View Post
Is this for CAPT or FO? Getting a bit ridiculous by the sound of it! Any idea how they work out who gets on a course and who doesn’t?

Both. They don’t seem to run TR Courses during peak Summer periods.

As for who who gets in and when. I guess it depends on their requirements, your base choices and notice period, and possibly your performance during the selection process? I know someone who got on a course ahead of me, despite getting in the pool after. He got lucky as they’d called him for a Berlin base and he asked to wait for Gatwick, which he was then offered. I’m hoping for a course in Sep/Oct this year. There will probably be a few leavers to BA over the next six months that may not have been catered for in their numbers, so things could change.
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Old 24th Jan 2019, 15:17
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Cheers, thanks to the info.
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Old 4th Feb 2019, 12:28
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Good evening lads. How long to wait to re-apply after fail (sim)?
Asking for a friend of mine not ppruner (rated FO ex wow >1k h )
Cheers
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Old 4th Feb 2019, 12:44
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Originally Posted by 180Knots View Post
Good evening lads. How long to wait to re-apply after fail (sim)?
Asking for a friend of mine not ppruner (rated FO ex wow >1k h )
Cheers
I believe they quoted 24 months last year. However, only if applying for the same job, so applying as DEC instead of FO might have no timelimit at all.
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Old 7th Feb 2019, 11:08
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Please could somebody outline how long it would likely take for a NTR FO joining at a different base to get to be based at MAN? I assume going straight there on joining isn’t an option? Thanks.
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Old 7th Feb 2019, 11:31
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Originally Posted by UberPilot View Post
Regarding DECs, there are 148 commands available this training year. DEC will only be used where there is no internal upgrade to available and willing to fill the space. Hence Portugal normally attracts more DEC than internal... LGW and LTN are not massively undersubscribed and there is a reserve list of command ready FOs already.
Are there any UK bases where new joining SFOs are likely to be closer to command than others? How hard are NCL and EDI to get into for a new joiner, and how likely for a quick ish command upgrade?

Thx
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Old 7th Feb 2019, 12:57
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Dave, I interviewed last year and was quoted 2-3 years for smaller bases like STN and NCL.
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Old 7th Feb 2019, 12:59
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No. Your position in the command list will be anchored on the date you formally enter the command process which depending on sufficient experience will be at or after approximately six months in the company, having completed recurrent training. At that point the only thing which will expedite your command is if you are more flexible than others in command basing ie if other candidates ahead of you are bidding for a specific base or country and you are prepared to take a command wherever it is offered. Regional bases have shorter but typically slower moving command lists than larger bases.

Dave, I interviewed last year and was quoted 2-3 years for smaller bases like STN and NCL.
That would be for right seat, expect a good deal longer for left seat from date of joining.
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Old 7th Feb 2019, 17:16
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Originally Posted by DCT_ELSIR View Post
Please could somebody outline how long it would likely take for a NTR FO joining at a different base to get to be based at MAN? I assume going straight there on joining isn’t an option? Thanks.

i was offered a job mid December rated FO and they were offering many
different bases. These included Manchester and Milan.
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Old 7th Feb 2019, 18:27
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I'm a NTR FO, applied and passed the initial sift early last year but still waiting for an interview date.... the application says 'successful' but what are the chances of an interview ever materialising?

anyone have a similar experience?
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Old 7th Feb 2019, 21:10
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Originally Posted by FlyingH1gh View Post
I'm a NTR FO, applied and passed the initial sift early last year but still waiting for an interview date.... the application says 'successful' but what are the chances of an interview ever materialising?

anyone have a similar experience?
FlyingH1gh, do you have UK passport and license?

I ask ask because I heard a rumour from a friend of mine at EZY that they have only been taking EU passport and license holders recently due to Brexit. He heard it from a line trainer, might just be rumour but from the few I know waiting for interview all have UK licenses and passports.
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Old 8th Feb 2019, 07:31
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Originally Posted by Denti View Post
I believe they quoted 24 months last year. However, only if applying for the same job, so applying as DEC instead of FO might have no timelimit at all.
thank u for the answer. It looks a bit confusing, on the website it is 12 months ... 🤔
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