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Ryanair Non-Rated DEC

Old 26th Sep 2015, 10:25
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Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: UK
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Just bringing this thread back to the top, I'm another EK 777 skipper from the UK looking at options to get me home.
Any update of latest contracts, commuting etc, whats the latest flavour of the month?
I fly with plenty of ex RYR guys so I have a good idea of how the place has been, and I dont need a lecture on the ills of the place. Im after a good unbiased opinion bearing in mind the key thing is a stable income and a stable roster. Presently at EK I'll be dead by 55 at the rate they are working me.

Thanks one and all in advance
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Old 26th Sep 2015, 15:38
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Think it twice, in RYR you will fly 95 hours/month and 30 sectors
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Old 26th Sep 2015, 19:11
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Fancy Navigator - I applied as type rated DEC. In the end decided against the move though, for a couple of reasons.
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Old 28th Sep 2015, 07:49
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Guys, sorry there's a bit of conflicting info on here. For the UK contract DEC at a regional base, what is the approximate take home basic excluding sector pay please?
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Old 28th Sep 2015, 13:19
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Depending on whether or not you make pension contributions approx £3500 to£3900 net per month excl sector payments. Incl sector payments expect approx £5000 to £6000 net per month, all dependant of course on hours flown. RYR contract all taxes and N.I. paid.
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Old 12th Oct 2015, 11:35
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Hi all

is the assessment for NTR DEC sama as described in other RYR thread?

Do you have to pay for it? What about the rating costs, upfront or deducted from pay?

Cheers,
a
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Old 13th Oct 2015, 00:44
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Much better than the new easyJet Contracts!

Well done Ryanair
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Old 18th Oct 2015, 12:35
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Location: wyoming
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Any Ryan Air or other Boeing pilots looking for a change of lifestyle, Xiamen Airlines has dramatically increased their pay. I have been here 6 years and can answer any questions and help you out with the recruitment process. PM me here if desiring more information about contract terms, lifestyle, China etc.

1. Resident Contract 42 days off per year $25, 655 per month
2. 44 days on and 16 days off $24, 655 per month
3. 11 days off per month $20, 655 per month
4. 13 days off per month $19, 655 per month
5. 30 days on and 30 days off $14, 655 per month
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Old 13th Apr 2016, 23:22
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Join Date: Apr 2007
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Hi guys,
NTR Captain 10000+. I applied a week ago at official Ryanair site. How long do I have to wait for an interview? Any idea?

Thanks!
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Old 14th Apr 2016, 00:44
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I got called 1 hour after I sent in my application. 10.000 hrs as well, NTR DEC. Will join them soon.
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Old 14th Apr 2016, 08:23
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Join Date: Apr 2010
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SOF base

Last week I just sent an email asking them to confirm media reports about SOF base opening in October 16, I got a phone call the next day.
The guy that called hadn't read through my CV. He did not know I am NTR. Just wanted to know when I can start the OCC.
Told them they need to put something on the table... before asking me about my experience.
So that was it.
I'll wait to see if they will send me any T/Cs particular to SOF.
Wizz pays there the lowest basic/sector pay across their network...
Cheers
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Old 16th Apr 2016, 22:31
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Join Date: Apr 2007
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I got an interview date with Ryanair next month!

Would you, please, give me an idea about the tech and HR questions? And the sim profile, please?

Are they the same as cadets/FOs?

Thanks for your time!!!

p.s. and another one...do you pay for your Type Rating?
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Old 17th Apr 2016, 11:37
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Oh sweet Jesus
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