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Old 24th Oct 2018, 16:47
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Originally Posted by liftman View Post
Impossible, crj not certified for London city they have a lot of operations on it they absolutely need an aircraft capable to land there
They've cancelled all their LCY routes, so that's no longer a requirement. Going forward, it seems they intend to only fly on behalf of others. That includes DUB-LCY on behalf of EI, using their RJ85s.
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Old 24th Oct 2018, 21:34
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Originally Posted by spagiola View Post
They've cancelled all their LCY routes, so that's no longer a requirement. Going forward, it seems they intend to only fly on behalf of others. That includes DUB-LCY on behalf of EI, using their RJ85s.
https://www.irishtimes.com/business/...deal-1.3610736
Now,they are focus on wet lease / charter flight. They are not going to fly on their own brand on DUB-LCY, but they will still need aircraft able to fly to LCY when ARJ leave the fleet ( If this route is still alive).So if ARJ leave the fleet by 2020 which aircraft type can be the successor (Jet : Embraer 170/190, A220,A318, ). If we take a look on flight radar about A/C type is landing there...https://www.flightradar24.com/data/a...s/lcy/arrivals
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Old 25th Oct 2018, 10:12
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The company will retain RJ due to the great success of SSJ.
According to my sources (pilots in CityJet), it has been communicated internally that they will hold on to RJ.
Of course, they had not communicated that they plan to retire SSJ. It would be to acknowledge its mistake, of course, such a magnificent company can not do it.
Instead, one plans to retire SSJ "in silence"
It's says all about Cityjets corporate culture, Think about it when you submit your application ..
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Old 26th Oct 2018, 09:09
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so:

March 19 end of wetlease bruxelles airlines
Mrch 19 end of wetlease AirFrance and no news about renewal
problem Ss100 and RJ getting older and older

itís not seem to be a bright future am I wrong? i need info please got an interview for Rj in coming weeks base Dublin or Paris needed info in order to evaluate If coming or not.

Also Pm

tks

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Old 27th Oct 2018, 15:25
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Originally Posted by liftman View Post
so:

March 19 end of wetlease bruxelles airlines
Mrch 19 end of wetlease AirFrance and no news about renewal
problem Ss100 and RJ getting older and older

itís not seem to be a bright future am I wrong? i need info please got an interview for Rj in coming weeks base Dublin or Paris needed info in order to evaluate If coming or not.

Also Pm

tks
Well, as you said if 2 contract finish in 03/19..Don't know what will be the story with Brussel airlines as well as they plan to merge with Eurowings and there is a big uncertainty on SN during this transition period...
Regarding the bases, Paris and Dublin are 2 expensive city to live.. Accommodation in Dublin is a big issue right now.. With this salary I ask myself if it's worth it... Paris can be better, but uncertainty with SN,AF contract means we really don't know what it will be the story thereafter...
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Old 27th Oct 2018, 17:34
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....so...any inside Cityjet skipper would like to enlighten?
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Old 4th Nov 2018, 05:31
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Originally Posted by latecoere240 View Post
Well, as you said if 2 contract finish in 03/19..Don't know what will be the story with Brussel airlines as well as they plan to merge with Eurowings and there is a big uncertainty on SN during this transition period...
Regarding the bases, Paris and Dublin are 2 expensive city to live.. Accommodation in Dublin is a big issue right now.. With this salary I ask myself if it's worth it... Paris can be better, but uncertainty with SN,AF contract means we really don't know what it will be the story thereafter...
And what about the Hop contract on CRJ?
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Old 4th Nov 2018, 18:02
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Originally Posted by Denim and leather View Post
And what about the Hop contract on CRJ?
Rumors on the line suggest the planned 4 aircraft are no2 to be only 2.
Operations has started around 2 month ago.
Please note that the start was scheduled for 1st May, but due to lack of resources (crew) ops were postponed.
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Old 22nd Nov 2018, 20:50
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Hi everyone,

I have assessment next week with cityjet.

Is there some one here that did the interview recently? Any updates on the technical part of the interview?
Thanks in advance for your input.
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Old 27th Nov 2018, 10:21
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I did the interview recently with one of the recruiters and a TRE not working for cityjet but doing the sim assessment and interview as a freelancer. Most of the interview consisted of capacity based questions in the form of "have you ever experienced this" "tell about about when that happened to you". Fairly standard questions but just a lot of them.
As for the technical part I got a few questions about alternates, fuel requirements, cold weather ops. We did not go into detail but merely touched upon the subjects lightly.
Then I was also asked what I knew about cityjet and whether I would be interested in a base other than the one I had applied for.

All questions came from a cityjet document and the answers were written down and forwarded to the appropriate department making the final decision. In my case the interviewers did not stray from these questions so there was not a lot of room to steer the interview in the direction you might want.

All in all a relaxed atmosphere and no funny tricks during the assessment.
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Old 22nd Jan 2019, 13:00
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I heard HOP,s contract, will be ended by next March 2019?
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Old 27th Jan 2019, 11:15
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Any news from the inside about whatís happening with cityjet??

doesnt look rosy.... hop contract gone, superjet a disaster, massive cancellations with sas contract due lack of crews, klm contract went to stobart, no sign of Aer Lingus work apart from 2 old rjís, brussels contract being operated by air nostrum.....

and from what i hear exodus of flight crew??!
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Old 4th Feb 2019, 10:03
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Any update to happenenigs at CityJet?
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Old 5th Feb 2019, 17:17
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To be basic: everything is the same....

High turnover of staff, crew etc. since people has a tendency to work for whoever offers the best Ts & Cs, meaning low seniority and experience.

SAS has decided that Cityjet is a strategic (long term) partner, in other words: Cityjet cancellations har no consequence, as long as it can be argued why (tech. problems, lack of staff etc). SAS will just rebook passengers to other flights.

There will be no adjustments in how management decide to run this company; hence they have decided to copy Ryanair, but in an other segment (ACMI).

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Old 8th Feb 2019, 07:13
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Monday this week, the first of a series of lawsuits against the SAS supplier CityJet was initiated at the Labor Court in Copenhagen.

In 2017, CityJet, an Irish airline, bought the airline Cimber from SAS. Through this trade, CityJet became a supplier to SAS on the company's regional routes.

Since the acquisition, the employees and their union, the Airline Personnel Union, have experienced major challenges with the Irish management who has taken over the company. Despite the staff's attempts to solve the challenges locally, CityJet must, after one and a half years as a Danish employer, realize that the pile of accusations of breach of both the agreement and the right of management has begun to accumulate.

This week, the day of the main debate in the first case was up.

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At that time, the hearing had been going on for four hours, and Rune Asmussen could initiate his procedure. This was concluded with the claim that CityJet must acknowledge having abused the right of management and be ordered to pay a penalty.

Subsequently, SÝren MÝller Rasmussen performed his procedure with final claim for acquittal.

By this time, the hearing had been going on for almost seven hours. At just over nine o'clock in the evening, the referee panel withdrew. It is expected to fall within a few weeks.
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