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Old 21st Nov 2022, 10:00
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Originally Posted by First.officer
Thanks mesh - so it does seem that perhaps its just a hold pool and a wait in some form, is what I get from your reply?
yep thatís correct

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Old 21st Nov 2022, 17:21
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Further email today from Jet2 following a June application for NTRFO, "to confirm that your application is still live and under consideration". Also stating that "we anticipate a very busy Summer ’23 season and continue our growth of both Boeing and Airbus Fleets of Aircraft, meaning there remain significant opportunities to join us as we grow

Here's hoping.
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Old 22nd Nov 2022, 10:53
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Originally Posted by Whalejet
Guys, a few people now are getting their offers and contracts through.

My question is, for a friend, are the salary scales published anywhere? Because there seems to be some mistrust that everyone is not getting the same salary and benefits as each other...

Can anyone shed some light? PM if not wanting to be public.
Nope, the salaries at Jet2 are transparent and all the same in rank/seat. The confusion may be that some newbies (FO) are offered 70% contracts and some 100%. The offer depends upon experience and other factors such as basing etc. history has shown that all that want it are put on 100% contract asap. 100% FO basic is circa £69,000. So 70% just over £43,000. captain £118,000 basic. Donít know what second officer salary is or training supplements.
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Old 23rd Nov 2022, 14:17
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Originally Posted by Whalejet
That's good to know, and from what I've seen the FO's are indeed on just over £69k. Whats the process to move to SFO as it appears this was glossed over?

And thank you mesh, for your kind reply.
Glad to help. SFO requires 6 months post final line check service, >2000 factorised hours, grade 3 or above in all tech and non tech skills as displayed in previous 3 checks. Your base manager approves your application in terms of your personal conduct and your base TRE approves your application in terms of your professional grades. Very simple process once you get the scores on the doors in your sim checks and line checks.
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Old 30th Nov 2022, 08:18
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Originally Posted by Whalejet
I understand that non-type rated would attract a bonding element to the offer, but what does Jet2 say regarding those are already type rated and current?
I wouldnít think thereís any sort of bonding, but donít know
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Old 9th Jan 2023, 01:23
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Anyone else joining? Threads gone quiet...
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Old 9th Jan 2023, 07:20
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NTR CA application here.

the ad has been taken down but they sent an email in November saying I was still in contention. Thatís it.

Any ideas if there will be any recruitment for us? Is there many guys leaving?
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Old 9th Jan 2023, 09:33
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The Airbus order has been delayed (by Airbus) until April .
I believe priority was Training skippers - Experienced FOs - Captains
so I wouldnít disregard just yet , hopefully you get some news soonish
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Old 9th Jan 2023, 13:08
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Anyone actually got a joining date then?
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Old 9th Jan 2023, 13:13
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Originally Posted by Whalejet
Anyone actually got a joining date then?

I know of guys that joined in December, some guys joining on the 17th this month , and I am joining in February
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Old 9th Jan 2023, 23:46
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I know some people joining end of Jan, they wanted to make contact with others on the same courses, but don't have an account here.
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Old 10th Jan 2023, 15:24
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Very few leaving. If it’s ntr Fo then maybe. Think NTR DEC highly unlikely.
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Old 12th Jan 2023, 22:13
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Originally Posted by mesh
Glad to help. SFO requires 6 months post final line check service, >2000 factorised hours, grade 3 or above in all tech and non tech skills as displayed in previous 3 checks. Your base manager approves your application in terms of your personal conduct and your base TRE approves your application in terms of your professional grades. Very simple process once you get the scores on the doors in your sim checks and line checks.
mesh is it possible to get SFO after 6 months service if youíve only had 1 check in the company in that time or, can you only get it after a further 2 subsequent checks?

Iím an FO with 3,500 hour TRíd on the 737.
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Old 13th Jan 2023, 20:29
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Hey guys. Anyone had a contract sent out recently? I interviewed in December and passed the assessment. Was told it wasn't a formal offer though and that I'd hear back in January. 737 rated.
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Old 15th Jan 2023, 08:55
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Skyplod,

Nope, 3 checks minimum. LPC/OPC now once a year so I would say year and a half to 2 if you nail the checks
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Old 15th Jan 2023, 08:57
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Filling April courses at moment but not sure if any 737. You will hear in time if your scores were enough.
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Old 15th Jan 2023, 09:39
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Originally Posted by mesh
Filling April courses at moment but not sure if any 737. You will hear in time if your scores were enough.
really? Spaces on Feb and March courses is what I was told. But I suppose working to 3 months down the line from this moment in time makes more sense for most people.
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Old 16th Jan 2023, 04:54
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Yep sorry should have been clearer. There are courses up to April being filled. 3 months notice sets the April. If you are on less than 3 months you may get an earlier slot.
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Old 16th Jan 2023, 06:09
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Any idea of how many Airbus skippers have been offered a position since recruitment opened and how many potential positions remain? I appreciate it's always a moving target but a rough idea would be nice to hear. Cheers!
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Old 16th Jan 2023, 14:51
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No unfortunately but we are recruiting all year around now. Recruitment will depend on aircraft delivery for the forseable now I would say but that’s just speculation. I know Airbus courses are being filled for mid April at the moment.
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