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Old 16th Aug 2023, 18:23
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I believe successful candidates already been offered dates to attend for the assessment for Spanish and Portuguese base. Anybody already been in one?
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Old 16th Oct 2023, 22:00
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So in terms of net salary which figures are we talking about in both spain and Portugal?
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Old 29th Oct 2023, 17:02
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Originally Posted by kingdingeling
Anyone here that works for easyjet at AMS? I'm interested in what the schedule looks like and time to upgrade without changing base.
AMS has a huge transfer list and very little movement with virtually no chance of base expansion. A new joiner would be unwise to expect to upgrade in base. Transfer list has in excess of 100 names.
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Old 29th Oct 2023, 20:30
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Is it still the case that for Portugal, you don't need to pay for the rating? No go otherwise.
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Old 30th Oct 2023, 09:47
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How long is the queue to join NCE or LYS bases as a RH seat?
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Old 30th Oct 2023, 17:17
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Been there couple of weeks ago, unfortunately I was not able to get selected even though I prepared well. I am trying to be critical to myself and find the areas to improve. However it is hard to guess what part or parts I did not perform well or which specific areas I should pay attention for the future. I would really appreciate your help and advises.

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Old 30th Oct 2023, 19:42
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Originally Posted by uberfly
Been there couple of weeks ago, unfortunately I was not able to get selected even though I prepared well. I am trying to be critical to myself but and find the areas to improve. However it is hard to guess what part or parts I did not perform well or which specific areas I should pay attention for the future. I would really appreciate your help and advises.
Contact them for Feedback, as a industry we revolve around critique and feedback so would be surprised if an airline like Easy wouldn't be able to provide it.
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Old 30th Oct 2023, 19:52
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Contact them for Feedback, as a industry we revolve around critique and feedback so would be surprised if an airline like Easy wouldn't be able to provide it.
They are strictly not providing feedback (Due to the large volume of candidates), which was told during assessment day and also with e-mail where outcome of the day were communicated.
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Old 30th Oct 2023, 20:53
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Not providing feedback has nothing to do with volume, and is not limited to easyJet or aviation in general - no major corporation will ever provide it. The reasoning is that if they don't tell you the reason, then nobody can accuse them of mistakes, discrimination etc.
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Old 31st Oct 2023, 02:08
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Originally Posted by BONES_
How long is the queue to join NCE or LYS bases as a RH seat?
Currently 6/12 months roughly, for either base, but things can change.
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Old 31st Oct 2023, 10:19
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Currently 6/12 months roughly, for either base, but things can change.
Grazie mille. I have my induction mid-February, I am tentatively trying to predict where I might be sent: during interview stage I was asked to name 3 base preferences, hence my question (the other one being MXP). Realistically I expect Spain
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Old 31st Oct 2023, 14:20
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What about LH? Also TLS
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Old 31st Oct 2023, 21:08
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Originally Posted by BONES_
Grazie mille. I have my induction mid-February, I am tentatively trying to predict where I might be sent: during interview stage I was asked to name 3 base preferences, hence my question (the other one being MXP). Realistically I expect Spain
Out of interest, why were you not told of your base at the point of contract offer? Surely the contract includes permanent base?
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Old 31st Oct 2023, 21:50
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Originally Posted by flyboy146
Out of interest, why were you not told of your base at the point of contract offer? Surely the contract includes permanent base?
Because I have only recently passed selection. And base allocation with an appropriate (local) contract will follow later
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Old 1st Nov 2023, 11:41
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Originally Posted by BONES_
Grazie mille. I have my induction mid-February, I am tentatively trying to predict where I might be sent: during interview stage I was asked to name 3 base preferences, hence my question (the other one being MXP). Realistically I expect Spain
Italy, especially mxp, is not unlikely as a new entrant, and yes, portugal and spain also a possibility
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Old 1st Nov 2023, 11:44
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Originally Posted by BarryMG
What about LH? Also TLS
DEC in France? No way. Especially TLS that have not done very well in the last few years. Waiting lists in all the italian/french bases. If any DEC were to happen it would be Portugal and or Spain, most likely seasonal (part time)
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Old 1st Nov 2023, 13:29
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DEC in France? No way. Especially TLS that have not done very well in the last few years. Waiting lists in all the italian/french bases. If any DEC were to happen it would be Portugal and or Spain, most likely seasonal (part time)
Oh, I realize it wouldn't be DEC, I was asking more what would be the time on a waiting list for a DEC joining somewhere else.
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Old 2nd Nov 2023, 01:06
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Originally Posted by BarryMG
Oh, I realize it wouldn't be DEC, I was asking more what would be the time on a waiting list for a DEC joining somewhere else.
Not easy to tell, but with the rules on commands/transfers about to change, it could be a while. A lot are leaving to AF, including SFOs about to upgrade, but France has not grown much in the last few years, and zero turnover on the lh seat. Things have started to move in France only since one year or so, since covid, but no transfers of Captains yet as far as I know.
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Old 8th Nov 2023, 05:54
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What kind of contract EZ offer in terms of employment?
are those according to local employment laws or outsourced via a 3rd party?
asking in terms of one’s SS and tax obligations, specifically for Iberia intakes
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Old 8th Nov 2023, 08:25
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There’s no third party contracts or weird tax arrangements at easyjet these days. All contracts are local ones.
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