Friday, August 1, 2014

Rayani Air - Pilot Recruitment ( Director of Flight Operations )




Director of Flight Operations – Rayani Air


  • Citizen of Malaysia
  • Candidate should have at least 10 years of aviation/airlines experience
  • Those who are current Chief Pilot or Director of Flight Operations will have an added advantage
  • Should possesses current airline transport License ( ATPL ) issued by Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia ( DCAM ) or DCAM accepted equivalent EASA of FAA License
  • At least 6000 hours totally flying experience on jet aircraft
  • 5000 hours as pilot in command ( PIC ) of all types
  • 3000 hours as pilot in command ( PIC ) for mid size jet
  • Have sound knowledge of jet operations and particularly with DCAM regulations
  • Should also be familiar with international regulatory requirements and adept in dealing with regulatory authorities regarding flight operations issues
  • Those who have experience flying the B737 -400 will have an added advantage

Should you meet the above requirements, please send your latest cv/resume to rayaniair@yahoo.com or info@rayaniair.com with your email title as  "Application for the position of DFO via flygosh.com "

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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Cabin Crew Recruitment - Cebu Pacific


Responsibilities
  • Guarantees the safety of guests on board the aircraft.
  • Ensures that guests have a fun and pleasant experience inflight.
Requirements
  • Female, preferably 18-25 years old
  • Height should be at least 5’3” barefoot
  • Weight should be proportion to height
  • Should have clear complexion, good eyesight and a catchy smile
  • College level
  • Proficient in Filipino and English language
  • Willing to be assigned outside of Metro Manila
  • Should hold Philippine passport
  • Please come in business attire preferably sleeveless blouse with blazer and below-the-knee skirt (without stockings), hair in pony tail and in full make-up.
  • Bring along a copy of your updated resume with your recent 2x2 picture
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Global Aviation SA - EASA Approved Training Organisation


Global Flight Academy is the oldest pilot academy in Greece. Having its administrative and ground school base in Piraeus and its flying base in the Civil Aviation Airport of Pachi, Megara (LGMG), Global Flight Academy has been training pilots for private and commercial courses, since 1997, when it was approved by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA). 

In 2004 the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) inspected and approved Global Flight Academy as Flight Training Organization (GR-ATO-002) according to Joint Aviation Regulations (JAR). In 2012 the academy adopted the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part-FCL standards. 


OUR FLEET

  • Piper Warrior II/III
  • Piper Seminole
  • Piper Seneca II
  • Elite S923 FNPT II MCC  


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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Silk Air - Flight Stewardess Recruitment - Walk in Interview ( Singapore )

We are looking for cabin crew with a combination of grace and a warm smile to provide excellent and attentive service to our customers.

Requirements: 

·Minimum height of 1.58m
·Minimum of 3 GCE 'O' Level or 4 GCE 'N' Level credits, including English.

We offer a host of generous service benefits including:·Free and discounted travel
·Annual wage supplement of one month’s salary
·Profit sharing bonus
·Attractive medical and dental benefits
·Meal, productivity and transport allowance where applicable

Monday, July 28, 2014

VIP Flight Attendant/Cabin Crew -Asia Aviation Company ( Base in Singapore )


Asia Aviation Company (AAC) is Singapore’s first locally based and dedicated private aviation company, providing structured and tailored aviation solutions. Our solutions range from turnkey aircraft management, to aircraft charter, right through to flight department set up. Asia Aviation Company’s mission is: first and foremost commitment to safety. This is proven by our impeccable safety record and track history, which continues to set industry standards in the region. We strive for excellence and this is also proven by our reputation for our uncompromised dedication to service, quality and privacy.

Responsibilities:
  • Attend pre-flight briefings.
  • Prepare passengers and aircraft for takeoffs and landings, following procedures.
  • Plan, order and prepare in-flight catering.
  • Check to ensure that other supplies are aboard and are in adequate supply, and keep inventory records.
  • Carry out pre-flight and post-flight aircraft duties.
  • Required to deliver high standard of customer service and safety on board.
Requirements:
  • Minimum 2 years flying experience
  • Experience working in Business or First Class Preferred
  • Be prepared for long haul flights
  • Pleasant disposition
  • Effectively bilingual, Mandarin Speaking
  • Independent with ability to work under pressure
  • Ex-cabin crew are welcome to apply
     
Interested applicants are welcome to send your  cv/resume to jobs@asiaaviationcompany.com with your email title as  " Application for the position of Cabin Crew via flygosh.com "

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Mega Maldives Airlines - Pilot Recruitment ( Captain and First Officers )

Mega Maldives Airlines is seeking candidates for the following vacancies.

CAPTAIN
  • 3,000 Hrs  current on 767 / 757
  • 1,000 Hrs of Captain time on 767 / 757 
  • Experience on the 767 / 757

FIRST OFFICER     
  • 500 Hrs of Total Time
  • 200 Hrs of Multi Engine Time
  • 767 / 757 Type Rating with either Base Training completed or Operational experience on a 767 / 757 NG

Interested candidates please submit the following document to pilot.recruitment@megamaldivesair.com with your email title as " Application for the position of Captains or First Officer via flygosh.com "
 
  1. Updated Curriculum Vitae with copies of relevant educational certificates
  2. Copy of Pilots License and Class 1 Medicals
  3. Copy of Passport (with a minimum of 12 months remaining at time of hiring)
  4. Police Report from country of residence
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JetStar Cabin Crew interview process and stages






There are cabin crew wannabes who specifically wants to join premium airline, there are cabin crew wannabes who wants to join a low cost carrier. For me, what's the most important thing is, I get to be a cabin crew. So nothing else matters, be it low cost carrier (LCC) or not. 

And so, I decided to apply when Jetstar Asia had their online recruitment. I applied and there was a whole series of things to fill in. Basically, you'll just fill in details of what normal job employment requires you to, and then receive an email invitation from them if you're shortlisted.

Jetstar Asia don't recruit often. Their full time cabin crew opening on their website is always accepting interest status, so I just filled in their online form, and waited and waited for their email. And finally 5 months later, I receive an email invitation from them. 

That's when I also realize from word of mouth, that their previous recruitment was a month before a submitted the online form. Oh Well, I managed to go for their interview at Crowne plaza hotel anyway. It states in their email, Registration starts from 9am and ends at 930am. I was there at about 910am, and there was a queue for registration already.

And so, we were to fill in particulars when it's our turn, take a number tag from them, clip it on the left side of our top, and head over to this "photo zone", where a staff will take a picture of us individually with the Jetstar background banner. After which, we'll head into the small ballroom, and wait for registration to end, and get addressed by the Cabin Crew head manager (I suppose). 

He was humorous throughout the presentation, he teased at other airlines, bragging how good Jetstar was, which brought laughter to many of the other candidates. The presentation was about Jetstar btw. 

How it established, where is it flying now, and how cabin crew life in Jetstar is. Following which, will be the start of the interview rounds. 4 rounds in total, but only 3 rounds will be done on that day, and final management round will be some time that week, if you're shortlisted.

So we're split into both genders, girls first and guys, and there'll be height check, skin check, deportment check, and announcement test for round 1.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

YOU Wings - Job Vacancy

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Cebu Pacific Pilot Recruitment - A330 Second Officer, First Officer and Captains


Cebu Pacific brings people together through an affordable and reliable mode of travel, a consistently fun-filled experience delivered with a true heart and soul for service. We enhance the quality of life of the communities we serve and are an active partner in our nation's progress.

Be a part of the No. 1 and fastest growing airline known for world-class on time performance and enjoy these perks: UNLIMITED TRAVEL BENEFITS, MEDICAL COVERAGE, ANNUAL PERFORMANCE BONUS and working in an environment with YOUNG, DYNAMIC, DRIVEN and FUN-LOVING PEOPLE!

If you have the right stuff, join our team now! 

 
AIRBUS 330 Second Officer ( Cruise Relief Pilot )

Requirements:
  • Minimum 1500 hours total flying time
  • Turbo Jet ( 10t MTOW ) : 1000 hours
  • ATPL License holder or CPL with written ATPL subjects
  • Class 1 Medical
  • Valid passport ( Minimum of 1 year validity)
  • ICAO Level 4 English Proficiency (or higher)
  • No history of accidents or serious incident

  • AIRBUS 330 FIRST OFFICER

    Requirements:
    • Minimum 2,000 hours total flying time
    • Turbo Jet ( 10t MTOW ) : 1000 hours
    • or rated A330/340 : 500 hours
    • ATPL License holder or CPL with written ATPL subjects
    • Class 1 Medical
    • Valid passport ( Minimum of 1 year validity)
    • ICAO Level 4 English Proficiency (or higher)
    • Must have flown in the last 6 months
    • No history of accidents or serious incident

    Wednesday, July 23, 2014

    Life as a Cathay Pacific Cabin Crew - Singapore base ( Including full salary details)‏

     
    After passing your interviews you will be asked to go for their medical which is very very strict. There will be urine test, blood test and even a drug test. Once you pass the medical they will fly you and your whole batch to Hong Kong for training. Training lasts for 7 weeks, 6 days a week. You are paid SGD$1600 (before CPF) during your training. 
     
    It is enough to cover food and other daily expenses if you lead a normal life in Hong Kong (eg. no shopping, simple meals etc). You will share the hotel room with another batchmate and the hotel is right next to Cathay City (which is where the training is taken place). It only takes literally 1min for you to walk to Cathay City from the hotel as they are connected. Good for rainy and typhoon days. Although it is good for you to understand and speak cantonese, it is not necessary as all classes are taught in English.

    Once you start flying your basic pay is SGD$1350 + SGD$22/hour for flying hours. You ONLY fly to Hong Kong. Some flights are direct while some are via Bangkok (but we stay in the aircraft and don't get to go out during transit). All flights are overnight flights which means you will always get one night in HK, no turnarounds. 
     
    Allowance is collected in cash once you arrive at the hotel in HK dollar (the same hotel as your training). This time you get one room to yourself. On average you get about 75hr to 85hr flying hours per month and your allowance is around SGD700 to SGD900 depending on flights. You are entitled to 5 swaps a month to give away flights or to take in more flights. 
     
    So how much you earn depends on how hardworking you are. If your flying hour is around 75hr you get about 13 days off a month in Singapore. So 75hr x SGD$22 + SGD$1350 = SGD$3000 (before CPF). If you include all the allowance you collected and convert it back to SGD you get close to 4K a month (before CPF), but your allowance is not subjected to CPF of course.

    Now let's talk about the culture in Cathay. When you fly it is usually 4 to 5 sin base crews and the rest are all hkg base crews on one flight. It is generally a friendly environment to work in. Most of the people are nice and friendly but of course there are still a few nasty ones around. If you can speak and understand cantonese it is very easy for you to make friends and work with the hkg base crew. 
     
    If you don't it might be a bit hard to communicate as some hkg base crews are so used to speaking in cantonese sometimes they forget that you don't understand. Seniority plays a big part but it is no longer like the older days. You just have to be sensitive and have high EQ which I think is quite standard across all airlines.

    You have 2 FOC tix per year and the rest you can purchase at 90% off normal tix prices (even for biz class you only need to pay 10% of the original tix price). This benefit extends to 2 of your family members and your husband (if you are not married you can nominate 1 travel companion to enjoy the discount).

    It is a very routine work as you are never away for more than 2 days, and it pays fairly well compared to some other airlines. The downside is you literally get paid to serve. You don't get to see world while you work. If you want to be home often and you prefer routine work I'd say it is quite a perfect job for you. You can still travel and see the world during your leave or off days with your loved ones.
     
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    Tuesday, July 22, 2014

    Air Asia cabin crew interview process and stages - ( Updated Version - 2014 )




    Hey guys, I am going to write about my experience regarding the Air Asia interview for cabin crew on June 2014. I would like to start by giving a brief background about myself.

    As cliché as it may sound, I always wanted to become an air stewardess since young. I don’t know why but I have a thing for flying! Being an air stewardess has always been my dream for 15 years (yes, 15 years!)

     I remember very clearly because one day I was flipping my primary school report card where we had to write our ambition in it. Without fail, standard 1- standard 6, the ambition column was written pramugari  (air stewardess). 

    It has never changed after I carried on with my secondary school. So right after my SPM, I told my mom that I wanted achieve my dream to become an air stewardess, but what saddens me was my mom asked me to get a degree first before I can reach for my dream. Hence, here am I 4 years later after my degree, finally able to fulfil a dream of my own.

    Moving on, one day when I was browsing FlyGosh, I saw an opportunity which is the Air Asia cabin crew walk in interview in Penang. 

    When I saw the post, I have mixed feelings. One hand I was really happy that there was a walk in interview open for everyone, on the other hand, I doubted myself if I have the qualifications to join Air Asia. 

    From what I heard from my friends who went to the Air Asia interview before, they have failed a numerous times as Air Asia is kinda picky, and they always look for petite (I have a huge body frame compared to other girls), and good looking (I am just an average looking girl) girls. These are some of the reason and fears that discouraged me to go for the interview. But at last I thought, why not give it a go, I will not lose anything if I really fail the interview. 

    Here are the things to you need to prepare for the interview:

    SIA aims to cut pilot training time from 3 years to 2




    Future Singapore Airlines (SIA) cadet pilots can expect to graduate in two years instead of three, and with skills that should better prepare them for actual flight operations.

    The airline has carried out a detailed study on a new multi-crew pilot licence (MPL) programme and is now preparing for a field test.

    Unlike the conventional training method, the new teaching programme focuses on simulator experience and multi-crew operations, instead of solo flying.

    The plan is for the bulk of the training to be done in Singapore, instead of at SIA's facilities in Australia where cadets currently spend much of their time.
     
    The field test will start soon and involve up to eight new SIA cadets. Those already being trained will not be affected.

    SIA spokesman Nicholas Ionides told The Straits Times: "As cadets are immersed early on into the airline environment, the training provided is more airline specific, equipping cadets with the relevant skills to operate in the cockpit of a multi-crew airliner."

    Currently, cadets who graduate from the flight academy need to be trained in multi-crew cooperation skills before moving to the aircraft they will be flying.

    It takes about three years for the full training to be completed.

    SIA is proposing a 24-month plan for its new training programme which must first be approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. A spokesman said it is reviewing details of SIA's trial.

    So far, budget carrier Tigerair is the only Singapore airline to have been given the green light to conduct multi-crew pilot licence training.

    Approved by the International Civil Aviation Organisation in 2006, the new programme is backed by global carriers represented by the International Air Transport Association.

    Monday, July 21, 2014

    Dragon Air - Flight Attendant Walk in Interview ( Base in Hong Kong )

    Dragonair is looking for Cabin Crew in HK. Walk-in Interviews in Hong Kong on 2nd, 3rd and 4th of August 2014.

    Minimum requirements:
    • Hong Kong permanent resident and passport holder with right of abode in Hong Kong
    • Minimum age of 18
    • Minimum Level 2 or equivalent in 5 HKDSE NSS subjects including English Language (“attained” for ApL subjects or Grade E for other language subjects) OR
    • Grade E in 5 HKCEE subjects (including level 2 or above in English language) or equivalent 
    • Fluency in English and, either Japanese, Korean or Cantonese, is required (Mandarin is preferable)
    • Minimum arm-reach of 208 cm and physical fitness to pass the pre-employment medical assessment
    • Polished interpersonal skills with a positive and customer-orientated attitude
    • Previous experience in service industry is an added advantage

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    To the pilots and cabin crews of Malaysia Airlines – John Teo




    I woke up this morning, opened my iPad and staring at me was the article reporting that Malaysia Airlines' cabin crew are too shocked and depressed to fly.

    This is my letter to all Malaysia Airlines' pilots and cabin crews; and indeed all pilots and cabin crews of the world's airlines, for the tragedies of MH370 and MH17 not only affected the crews and captains of Malaysia Airlines, but the airlines of the world and we as the passengers are equally shocked and depressed too.

    These two unprecedented tragedies affect the way we think about air travel; that air travel has been a second nature to most of us, that safety was mostly never on our minds as we booked our tickets – has now been replaced by fear and doubt and second thoughts as to the need for us to fly.

    I can only imagine it's even worse for the pilots and cabin crews, as having the intrinsic knowledge of what possible mishaps that could happen in the air, which makes it more worrying and fearsome thus amplifying the realms of what is beyond our control.

    Akin to a doctor who knows all the possible complications of a surgery, which at many times are more fearful of the surgery than the patients themselves.

    It is with this realisation in mind that I salute all the pilots and cabin crews of Malaysia Airlines, and personnels of other airlines for having the courage, strength and the conviction to go on and do the job they do best, and to allow and enable us, the passengers to fly wherever we need to be, for they realised too, that their jobs is one of the most important jobs in the world.

    It is because of pilots and cabin crews like you who allow leading experts of the world in many fields to meet at conferences and meetings to make the world a safer and healthier place to live.

    It is also because of you, that many lives are saved all over the world by allowing many advances in the field of medicine and other fields to be presented and shared and thus improving the lives of many people in the world, people that you may never meet and may never know and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts from the citizens of the world.

    It is because of you that businesses flourish and economies improve and it is because of you that families are united and friendships are established and many important moments of people’s lives happened.

    Never waver in the fact that you are not significant neither important and indeed without the pilots and cabin crews of Malaysia Airlines and of the world's airlines, the world would grind to a devastating stop.

    We thank you for allowing all the wonders of this world to happen, allowing all of us to have the lives we have now and allowing all of us to undeservedly at times, experience the beauty of what life has to offer to each of us.

    Let me assure you that these tragedies not only affect all of you, but equally affect all of us Malaysians, and the citizens of this world and we share the fear, the grief,  the doubt, the denial at times, but we also believe in the unique strength of the human spirits to overcome all adversities in life, and we stand with you, as you lead us to the challenges of this world when you welcome us on board and soar to the sky with full of courage, conviction and strength.

    * Dr John Teo reads The Malaysian Insider.

    Article taken from TheMalaysianInsider

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