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Old 17th May 2019, 18:29
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Originally Posted by 2unlimited View Post
Add to the fact that there a few rated pilots from Monarch and Wow available on the market, and they will probably get offers first both FO's and DECs when they need.
That's it, now there are numerous DECs joining the company from the job market which slowed down even the internal upgrades.
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Old 31st May 2019, 03:12
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Whats the latest on the hiring, any big news or developments someone can shed light on?

Surely with all the new jets due to start arriving next year they want to be getting a fair few more pilots online.
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Old 31st May 2019, 07:24
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No type rating courses available before September apparently.
For this summer they are covered but they are holding interviews for the future as you said.
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Old 31st May 2019, 18:04
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It is a sad sign of our times that many people only find out about a company culture once they're inside.

It don't help both parties.
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Old 31st May 2019, 19:18
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Originally Posted by Banana Joe View Post
No type rating courses available before September apparently.
For this summer they are covered but they are holding interviews for the future as you said.
Good to know. I suspect with all the new deliveries and lots of pilots able to move about they will surely want pilots on the books now to be ready!
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Old 31st May 2019, 19:20
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Well, I received my negative email today and asked me to reapply in 12 months and reach out to them by email. Since I am not rated and they have no places available for type rating courses until September I guess the timing wasn't on my side this time. The two remaining rated candidates got the job.
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Old 31st May 2019, 20:12
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Originally Posted by Banana Joe View Post
Well, I received my negative email today and asked me to reapply in 12 months and reach out to them by email. Since I am not rated and they have no places available for type rating courses until September I guess the timing wasn't on my side this time. The two remaining rated candidates got the job.
How much time and what type of time do you have with regards to jet, turbo prop etc? Sorry to hear about the negative response.
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Old 31st May 2019, 22:21
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How much time and what type of time do you have with regards to jet, turbo prop etc? Sorry to hear about the negative response.
Less than 500 totals and about 150 on 737 at a cargo operator. Maybe in 12 months I'll have the requirements to apply as Direct Entry First Officer NTR. The starting pay is a bit higher in that case.
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Old 5th Jun 2019, 12:11
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Any opinion on the different bases? Pros/cons?
5On/4OFF? or 14/7 ?

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Old 15th Jun 2019, 20:14
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What is a typical schedule like during a standard work period of 14 days on/7 days off? Policy of having late starts the first half followed by early starts the second half? Mix of two and four legs, or days of six short legs as well? Any layovers or always returning to home base?
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Old 16th Jun 2019, 00:49
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Originally Posted by FACALO View Post
What is a typical schedule like during a standard work period of 14 days on/7 days off? Policy of having late starts the first half followed by early starts the second half? Mix of two and four legs, or days of six short legs as well? Any layovers or always returning to home base?
You can ask for mornings or evenings if you like, but no pattern like early to evening. Its a complete mix of 4 sectors and then 2 sectors, normally 4 days in a row and 1 avlb and standby. No layovers at the moment, always returning, unless AOG
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Old 17th Jun 2019, 21:20
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Originally Posted by SoundLesS View Post
You can ask for mornings or evenings if you like, but no pattern like early to evening. Its a complete mix of 4 sectors and then 2 sectors, normally 4 days in a row and 1 avlb and standby. No layovers at the moment, always returning, unless AOG
4 days on 1 available and one standby adds up to 6 days is there a day of after that and back at the 4 days on?
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Old 22nd Jun 2019, 19:26
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Wizzair DEC job offer

Dear,
I am in the process of applying with Wizzair as DEC. As the information I get is not very detailed I have some more questions and would be appreciate if you would have some of my Questions answered:
1. As a DEC my Basic Gross Salary is 45000,- €. With the extra's (Landing bonus, Km- bonus etc...) what am I looking at on an average/month Net Salary on a yearly basis? Let's assume Romania Based?

2. 24 Annual Leave days: How do you have to take these, in blocks or as you wish? How log upfront do you have to ask them?

3. If commuting, does the Roster allow you to commute easily with Wizzair flights or ........ ?

I would appreciate any feedback on these topics,
Thanks,
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Old 23rd Jun 2019, 01:00
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Originally Posted by Mafae View Post
Dear,
I am in the process of applying with Wizzair as DEC. As the information I get is not very detailed I have some more questions and would be appreciate if you would have some of my Questions answered:
1. As a DEC my Basic Gross Salary is 45000,- €. With the extra's (Landing bonus, Km- bonus etc...) what am I looking at on an average/month Net Salary on a yearly basis? Let's assume Romania Based?

2. 24 Annual Leave days: How do you have to take these, in blocks or as you wish? How log upfront do you have to ask them?

3. If commuting, does the Roster allow you to commute easily with Wizzair flights or ........ ?

I would appreciate any feedback on these topics,
Thanks,
1) You can expect about min 6000 in Romania on Confair. Local might be a bit less.

2) You can bid for the next year in November the previous year. You can take holiday in blocks as well, of max I belive 14 days in a row, and a week or so during the peak summer season.

3) Roster can easily allow you to commute, but the best is to pick a base where you have direct flight to, else it can be a hassle to commute via 2 places and spend 12 h in the air. Some bases like OTP have started reverse rostering where you can start from you home base and fly to eg OTP on the positioning day, quite a big improvement for commuters.

Good luck.
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Old 23rd Jun 2019, 10:22
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Originally Posted by SoundLesS View Post
1) You can expect about min 6000 in Romania on Confair. Local might be a bit less.

2) You can bid for the next year in November the previous year. You can take holiday in blocks as well, of max I belive 14 days in a row, and a week or so during the peak summer season.

3) Roster can easily allow you to commute, but the best is to pick a base where you have direct flight to, else it can be a hassle to commute via 2 places and spend 12 h in the air. Some bases like OTP have started reverse rostering where you can start from you home base and fly to eg OTP on the positioning day, quite a big improvement for commuters.

Good luck.
just to point out that REVERSAL ROSTER is only available for the Italians pilots in OTP.
it would be great if they put for the rest...
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Old 23rd Jun 2019, 12:48
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Could someone explain the 14/7 roster please.
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 07:23
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Thanks for all the info!!!!
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 07:39
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Can anybody confirm they are bonding even Type Rated guys? (12 months it seems…)
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 20:59
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Wizz air cabin crew salary

Good morning,

Simple question, what is the salary when you work as cabin crew Wizz air ?

Greetings, Erwan.
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Old 2nd Jul 2019, 12:39
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VIE

Are there chances to get a basing in VIE as DEC? Or is there a long internal waiting list?
Which NET salary can a DEC expect in Austria?

Thx, TOS
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