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Ryanair Fast Track Command - Europe

Old 24th Jul 2018, 15:09
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Ryanair Fast Track Command - Europe

https://careers.ryanair.com/search/#job/b2e8e

Ryanair have a fantastic and Unique opportunity for Non-Type Rated First Officers to join our new Southern Italy and Sicily Fast Track Command Programme - If you have over 2100 hours on a jet above 30 tonnes with a minimum of 1000 hours multi-crew experience and the drive to become a Ryanair Captain in Poland, then we would love to hear from you!

We are looking to hire First Officers for our bases in Southern Italy and Sicily. Poland and Germany.



Assuming it may take 18 months to 2 years from joining to get a command (and assuming one meets the required standards!), I would appreciate what is the actual net take home as an FO in the European bases? There is no mention of type rating costs so I guess it would be bonded.

All answers appreciated.

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Old 24th Jul 2018, 16:19
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Join the fast track for Italy to be a captain in Poland. Me thinks someone doesn't proof read any of this stuff.
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Old 24th Jul 2018, 17:04
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I am fascinated by the hour requirement. Since it's rounded to the nearest hundred I am curious how long it'll take till released LHS. Are they trying to optimize the joining to be ready by XXXX?
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Old 24th Jul 2018, 20:20
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In Ryanair's defence MCDU... (not a sentence I would ever have imagined saying) that was my editing, not their fault!

As for the 2100 hour requirement I would imagine it is simple maths, 2100 + 900 hours (or 12 months) = 3000 hours for command
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Old 25th Jul 2018, 09:43
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As 100 pilots have just been given their cards in Dublin .I'm sure they will be able to apply for the jobs in Poland at lower rate of pay of course !
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Old 25th Jul 2018, 10:00
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Originally Posted by stormin norman View Post
As 100 pilots have just been given their cards in Dublin .I'm sure they will be able to apply for the jobs in Poland at lower rate of pay of course !
Are those the same pilots that were on strike? If so, wouldn’t it be illegal?
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Old 25th Jul 2018, 14:17
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MOL in the news today claiming UK based captains eaming £218k a year and posting pictures of payslips. Is there any truth to this? At that salary it would make them some of the highest paid pilots in the UK. What are the current salary deatails for a full time UK based captain on a Ryan Air contract? I am guessing MOL is trying his best to drum up public sympathy but can he really get away with lies and threats on this scale.
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Old 25th Jul 2018, 15:56
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Originally Posted by Skipname View Post


Are those the same pilots that were on strike? If so, wouldn’t it be illegal?

it's not illegal if they sack them because they are reducing the fleet. nonetheless, I am shocked at this behaviour.
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Old 25th Jul 2018, 18:13
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Originally Posted by pianopilot View Post
it's not illegal if they sack them because they are reducing the fleet. nonetheless, I am shocked at this behaviour.
It may not be illegal, but it is certainly spiteful. Such arrogance is deserving of contempt.
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Old 25th Jul 2018, 18:35
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Announcing redundancies whilst currently recruiting? �� sounds like one for the lawyers!

Good luck to all the Ryanair crew. Everyone’s routing for you guys & girls. ����
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Old 26th Jul 2018, 08:52
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Originally Posted by Enzo999 View Post
MOL in the news today claiming UK based captains eaming £218k a year and posting pictures of payslips. Is there any truth to this? At that salary it would make them some of the highest paid pilots in the UK. What are the current salary deatails for a full time UK based captain on a Ryan Air contract? I am guessing MOL is trying his best to drum up public sympathy but can he really get away with lies and threats on this scale.
The payslip shown overstated my pay as a STN captain by £13000 a month!
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Old 26th Jul 2018, 09:34
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Firstly the ‘payslip’ if you can call it that shown, was showing a gross figure anyway. Regardless, as a Ryanair Captain last year my P60 reads a total earning of £115,000. About £103,000 less than the chief pilots payslip shown.

I get that £115,000 (or more) at easyJet now. The only difference is loss of licence insurance, uniforms, medical, car parking, food and water (YES WATER) at work, ID’s etc etc are paid for by EasyJet and given to me in ADDITION to my salary. In Ryanair I’d only get the above if I paid for them myself out of my own salary.

I hope all the crews in Dublin just leave and go to Norwegian.
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