Monday, August 18, 2014

Air Arabia Pilot Recruitment - A320 Captains

Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa's largest Low Cost Carrier(LLC), is now recruiting Airbus A320 Captains.

Air Arabia is ranked amongst the world's best performing airline on Top Performing Chart (TPC) in a recent study by Aviation Week. Candidates interested in applying must meet the required criteria:

Non -Type Rated

  • Valid and currentICAO / JAA ATPL License
  • Valid ICAO / JAA Medical
  • 1000 hours as PIC on Multi-crew Jet aircraft
  • 5000 hours total flying time
  • English Language Proficiency (ELP) - Minimum Level 4
  • Trainer experience preferred

Type Rated

  • Minimum of 500 hours PIC on A320
  • Current on the A320 (last flight within 6 months)
  • Minimum of 5000 hours of Total Flying time.
  • Valid ICAO ATL.
  • Minimum ICAO ELP Level 4
  • Preferably below the age of 63 years on the date of joining.
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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Norwegian Air Shuttle Pilot Recruitment - Non rated and rated Captains & First Officers ( CPL / IR )

We are now looking for FIRST OFFICERS NON TYPERATED B737
Minimum requirements for first officers:
  • Self-sponsored /  sponsored via agency
  • Accept to be simulator checked
  • Valid Part-FCL CPL (A) and IR(A) ME
  • Valid Part-MED Medical Class 1
  • Minimum 100 hrs Pilot in Command PIC
  • Valid frozen ATPL theory
  • English, written and spoken, (Language proficiency ‘’ICAO’’ level 4 or higher)
  • Preferably educated from an FTO offering integrated course or other ‘’single education site’’      offering ’’JET Orientation’’ and/or ‘’Multi Crew Cooperation Course MCC’’ on relevant type
  • No criminal record or accidents

  • Valid JAR-FCL Commercial Pilot Licence or higher with valid instrument rating, IR(A) ME
  • Valid Type Rating B737 300-900 with minimum 500 hours on type, whereas 150 hours within the last 12 months
  • Extensive experience on similar types may be considered (MD80, A320 series etc.)
  • Minimum 1500 hours total time on aeroplanes and 100 hours Pilot in Command
  • Valid JAR-FCL 3, medical class 1
  • Valid frozen ATPL theory
  • English, written and spoken, (Language proficiency "ICAO" level 5 or higher)
  • No criminal record or accidents
  • Valid licence and rating min 3 months at start of course

  • Valid JAR ATPL licence
  • Valid proper medical certificate class 1
  • Valid licence and rating min 3 months at start of course
  • 5000 hours total flight time on aeroplanes
  • 1000 hours total flight time on type
  • 500 hours total flight time as commander on type
  • English, written and spoken (Language proficiency "ICAO" level 5 or higher)
  • No criminal record or accidents


Friday, August 15, 2014

Cabin Crew Academy - Cabin Crew Prepatory Course

Cabin Crew AirCademy was formed to help airlines and those who were interested in pursuing cabin crew as a career. We are incredibly proud to be the first and the only establishment in Malaysia to owned a Level 3 Airbus A320 Flight Simulator both for pilot and public.
We at Cabin Crew AirCademy understand that in order to be selected as a World Top Cabin Crew, candidates will have to go through very competitive and challenging  task during the interview.
Our courses provides combination of theoretical and practical components with Aircraft Cabin Simulator and the  most realistic learning conditions.
Our World Class Award Winning Cabin Crew Instructors will guide and prepare you to be successful in your interviews with both local and international Airlines.
Prepare yourself to become a crew member of a World Class Airline.  

Class will be commencing on 28 August 2014.
Take the first step by calling us at 03-7847 4287 / 012-3116076. 

For more info, please visit Cabin Crew Aircademy

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Qatar Airways Cabin Crew Walk In Interview ( Taipei & New Delhi )

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Join our award winning 5 Star Cabin Crew team"
As the National Airline of the State of Qatar, we seek to reflect the best of Qatar's warm and generous hospitality.

Dinner in Paris, Lunch in New York, Breakfast in Montreal, while cruising around the world at 40,000 feet on some of the most modern aircraft in the world is definitely not your typical office job. 

Qatar Airways is known to be a truly world class, 5 star global airline, challenging established norms and a leader in airline hospitality.

On the Ground and in the air we offer our customers a powerful approach to service. Our Cabin Crew are Qatar Airways' Ambassadors to the world.

The Qatar Airways Cabin Crew team is growing. We are looking for candidates who can deliver our mission by providing "Excellence in everything we do". Known for our 5 star hospitality, we look for future Cabin Crew who can be part of our "World Class Global Brand"

Join our multinational Cabin Crew Team and enjoy a tax-free remuneration package including accommodation, allowances and transportation for duty.

Write your own story with Qatar Airways. World’s 5 star airline.

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Jet Airways Pilot Recruitment - Trainee First Officers

We are currently recruiting Trainee First Officers for our Airline. Interested candidates should possess the following:
  • Age: Above 18 and below 35 years
  • Height : 162.5 cms (Minimum)
  • Weight : In proportion to height
  • Education Qualification : Must possess a valid and current Indian DGCA CPL, FRTO, IR/LR, RTR (A) and Class I Medical
  • Interactive skills : Excellent communication and good interpersonal skills
  • Language skills : Fluency in English and Hindi

  • Must possess a valid Indian passport.
  • The candidates appearing for this examination shall be required to pay an amount of Rs. 2500/- (non-refundable) towards examination fee vide Demand Draft only. Jet Airways shall not entertain any claim whatsoever in this regard.
  • All CPL holders (including type rated candidates) are eligible to apply.
  • Kindly note that shortlisted candidates will be required to undergo Typerating (Self Sponsored) on any specific fleet subject to the requirements of the Company.
  • Applications will close on August 31, 2014.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

FlyAfrica - Pilot Recruitment ( B737 Captain & First Officer - Low hour accepted )

Pilot in Command (Captain)

 To be employed as a commander by flyafrica the pilot shall  fulfil as a minimum:

  • Current ATPL, endorsed the type of aircraft to be flown or validation acceptable to the authority 
  • Minimum age of 28 years 
  • Hold a valid class 1 medical acceptable to the authority 
  • Minimum experience level of 5000 h total, 1000 h in command on type 
  • Attestation of ICAO proficiency level 4 or better for English language. (If not documented in licence). 
  • Demonstration of proficiency English level 4 as a minimum 
  • Security background check including alcohol and drug test. 
  • Private PC / Laptop and private internet access with email account 
  • Valid type rating as commander (PIC) 
  • Valid Instrument rating 
  • Valid radio licence (if not included in ATPL Licence)
  • Valid recurrent checks

Second in Command (First Officer)

To be employed as second in command by flyafrica the pilot  shall fulfil as a  minimum: 

  • CPL or ATPL or a current validation acceptable to the authority
  • Minimum experience level of 1000 h total of which 250 h on type, less than 1000 h / 250 h may be accepted provided the practical test in simulator was successful. 
  • Minimum age of 21 years 
  • Hold a valid class 1 medical acceptable to the authority 
  • Licence and Medical verification from respective issuing authority 
  • Attestation of ICAO proficiency level 4 or better for English language. (If not documented in licence). 
  • Demonstration of proficiency English level 4 as a minimum 
  • Security background check including alcohol and drug test. 
  • Private PC / Laptop and private internet access with email accou
  • Valid Instrument rating 
  • Valid radio licence (if not included in CPL / ATPL Licence) 
  • Valid recurrent checks

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

PAL Express - Cabin Crew Recruitment ( Philippines )

  • Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree in any field.
  • Fresh graduates/Entry level applicants are encouraged to apply.
  • Male or Female – Single with good moral character
  • 18-30 years old
  • With a height of at least 5' 3" for female and 5' 6" for male
  • With flying experience as a Cabin Crew, an advantage
  • Weight must be proportionate to height
  • Physically fit
  • High standard of personal appearance and grooming
  • No tattoos visible while wearing the PAL express uniform
  • Clear complexion
  • Empathetic with a positive attitude
  • Willing to work in a domestic and international environment
  • Able to speak Mandarin, Korean, Japanese, Bahasa or Malay, a plus factor
  • Must be willing to be assigned to any station based on operational requirement
* Please come in business attire. For female - preferably wearing pencil cut skirt, sleeveless blouse (with blazer), formal close toed shoes (at least 2 inches). The hair should be fixed in a bun. For male - long sleeves with necktie and slacks.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Rayani Air - Pilot Recruitment ( Director of Flight Operations - Salary up to MYR 40,000 monthly )

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

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Cabin Crew Recruitment - Fly Scoot ( August 2014 )

 Job Description
Scoot’s Cabin Crew :
  • get to travel the world as they fly with us.
  • get to meet people from all walks of life
  • get to cater to the needs of our guests and ensure their safety.
All with a smile…and Scootitude!

Required Skills
  • For safety reasons you should be at least 158cm (for female) or 165cm (for male).
  • You should have least 4 GCE ‘N’ Levels with Credit in English, proficiency in other languages is, of course, an added advantage!
  • No worries if you have no previous cabin crew experience, but those who have it are welcome and will be considered for supervisory roles.

Friday, August 8, 2014

Mihin Lanka Pilot Recruitment - A320 Trainee First Officers

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Flight Steward / Stewardess Recruitment - Malaysia Airlines

If you love traveling and dream of experiencing the world, join us as a Flight Steward / Stewardess. We offer an attractive salary package with allowances, medical and other fringe benefits.  
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• Malaysian citizen aged between 18 to 35 years as of interview date.
• Minimum SPM or its equivalent as recognised by the Malaysian Government
• With credit in English and pass in any other 5 subjects including Bahasa
Malaysia • Higher academic qualification recognized by the Malaysian Government with proficiency
in Bahasa Malaysia and English.
• Fluency in another language is an added advantage.
• Minimum height (weight in proportion): 157cm (female) and 165cm ( male )
• Excellent health and good eyesight. Not colour blind.
• Pleasant personality and a genuine passion in customer service.

Khazanah confirms MAS delisting ( To be taken private )

Khazanah Nasional Bhd, which owns 69.4% of Malaysian Airline System Bhd (MAS), has proposed to take the national carrier private with an offer of 27 sen per share.

MAS stock closed at 24 sen yesterday before being suspended this morning.

The announcement by Khazanah today looks like a pre-emptive move to contain negative sentiment on MAS stock ahead of its second quarter results to be released in a fortnight – scheduled for Aug 22.
MAS is expected to report drastically worse losses for the quarter due to knee-jerk reactions on bookings after Flight MH370 disappeared on March 8.

That Boeing 777 with 239 on board, including 15 crew, is believed to have sunk somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean, close to Antarctica, and search efforts are still going on five months later to resolve what has become one major aviation mystery.

The impact of Flight MH17, shot down over Ukraine on July 17, will not be included in the upcoming results announcement – which covers the three months ended June 30, 2014.
But MAS is likely to provide an indication of the second tragedy’s impact on its earnings for the month of July too with its second quarter results.

In today’s statement, Khazanah said it had submitted a formal request to the MAS board of directors to undertake a selective capital reduction and repayment exercise.

Based on the 27 sen per MAS share offer, the exercise could cost Khazanah about RM1.4 billion.
Upon completion of this exercise, Khazanah said it will become the sole shareholder in MAS, which would lead to a delisting of MAS.

“Today’s proposal for delisting represents the first stage of the restructuring scheme.

“Khazanah is in the final stages of completing the overall restructuring proposal, and upon due process and approvals from the relevant authorities, regulators and the special shareholder, the Minister of Finance Incorporated, we envisage that additional detailed plans will be announced by the end of this month.

“We reiterate that the proposed restructuring will critically require all parties to work closely together to undertake what will be a complete overhaul of the national carrier on all relevant aspects.”

Khazanah said the review will cover the airline’s operations, business model, finances, human capital and regulatory environment.

“Nothing less will be required in order to revive our national airline to be profitable as a commercial entity and to serve its function as a critical national development entity.”

Article taken from TheRakyatPost

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Thursday, August 7, 2014

Indonesia's Lion Group breaks into aircraft leasing industry

SINGAPORE: Indonesia's Lion Group, which boasts an order backlog of about 500 Boeing and Airbus aircraft, has clinched the first deal for its leasing subsidiary in a key diversification move for one of the world's fastest-growing airlines.

Two years after setting up shop in Singapore, Transportation Partners (TP) has signed a deal to lease three new Boeing 737-800 planes to 9 Air, the low-cost airline of China's Juneyao Airlines, TP's chief operating officer told Reuters.

Though TP's deal with 9 Air involves just three aircraft, the potential is significant in a market like China where airlines will need nearly 6,000 new jets over the next 20 years. Many of those aircraft, valued at US$780bil at list prices in total, will be leased rather than bought as carriers seek to cap long-term commitments.

The three aircraft will come from Lion's existing order for Boeing 737 aircraft, said John Duffy, a former banker hired by Lion co-founder Rusdi Kirana to head TP.

"If we could do a couple more deals like this this year, then we'd be really pleased. We would hope to announce other deals during the fourth quarter," said Duffy, without disclosing the value of the deal with 9 Air.

The value of leasing transactions are typically not released to the public due to commercial considerations.

The China deal comes after Kirana started TP to help manage some of the aircraft in Lion's portfolio. Lion has placed plane orders worth about US$45bil at list prices and deliveries are spread over the next 10 years.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Nok Air Pilot Recruitment ( CPL / IR and low hour pilot accepted )

Nok Air is looking for Co-pilots and will accept all student graduating from the Institute of Aviation meeting the following required qualifications :

Qualifications :
  • Thai Nationality. Male or Female not over 40 years of age.
  • University graduate with a Bachelor Degree.
  • Exempted from military service.
  • Commercial Pilot License-Aero plane.
  • Commercial pilot's course from the Institute of Aviation.
  • Fix-wing pilots.
Documents required :
  • Resume in English.
  • 2 colored one-inch photos. (Taken within three months prior to the application date)
  • A copy of indentification card.
  • A copy of house registration certificate.
  • A copy of completed transcript and a copy of academic degree.
  • A copy of Comercial Pilot License - Aero plane.
  • A copy of documents of exemption from military service.
  • A copy of documents of medical certificate.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Emirates Flight Attendant Recruitment - Walk in Interview ( Penang & Singapore )

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Singapore- 23 August 2014 - 9am
M Hotel Singapore
81 Anson Road
Singapore 079908

Penang - 10 September 2014 - 9am
Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa
Batu Feringgi Beach,
Penang, 11100, Malaysia

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Monday, August 4, 2014

Air Asia Cabin Crew - Walk in Interview ( August )

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Cabin Crew Recruitment - Singapore Airlines

We will be conducting a recruitment exercise for Flight Stewardesses/Stewards in Singapore. If you meet the following requirements, we will be pleased to meet you at our walk-in interview.
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*Singapore and Malaysian citizen
* Minimum age of 18 years old
* Females who are at least 1.58m; males who are at least 1.65m in height
*Completed, are exempted from, or are not liable for National Service. Those in the process of completing NS (ORD before December 2014) may also apply.
*Degree/Diploma (those who are graduating before December 2014 may also apply if they have any of the two educational qualifications below.)
*At least 2 GCE 'A'-level  (H2 level) credits and 2 'AO'-level (H1 level) credits including General Paper in the GCE 'A'-level examination
*At least 5 GCE 'O'-level credits including English and working experience


Our comprehensive 4 months training program will cover topics such as:

* Product Knowledge including Food & Beverage
* Service Procedures
* Passenger Handling
* Deportment & Grooming
* Language & Communication Skills
* Safety Equipment Procedures
* First Aid

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Business Aviation Asia - Private Jet Pilot Recruitment ( Base in China & Hong Kong )

Qualification Requirements:

1). 1,500 ~ 2,500 hours total time fixed wing;
2). 1,000+ hours on multiengine turbine jet;
3). Rated and current on any of following types: CL-65 / EMB-145 / ERJ-170, ERJ-190 / A319/320 ;
4). Current on type within 15 months;
5). ATPL, no limitations on rated type rating and license, such as: ATP CIRC. APCH. - VMC ONLY & SIC PRIVILEGES ONLY & Frozen ATP;
6). ICAO English 4 or Higher;
7). Valid First Class Medical;
8). Valid passport issued by a country that has diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China;
9). No history of Incidents and Accidents. Must provide a letter from your current/previous employer or civil aviation authority of your license;
10). No Criminal History. Must provide a notarized and authenticated proof of no criminal history document from your nationality country government;
11). Candidates over age 40 are considered on a case-by-case basis;

Initial Contract Term

Friday, August 1, 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.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Cabin Crew Recruitment - Cebu Pacific

  • Guarantees the safety of guests on board the aircraft.
  • Ensures that guests have a fun and pleasant experience inflight.
  • 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

Sky Diving - Now available in Malaysia !

Sitting in a plane and doing sightseeing is not enough for you? Jump out of it and dive into the air! Feel the adrenaline rush in your blood, the rapid heartbeat and the strong gush of wind on your skin. A super adventurer would not enjoy one jump, so we made it to 2 jumps for your adventure spirit! Hip~Hip~Hoooooray!


- 1 Jumps : RM 1,250/pax
- 2 Jumps : RM 1,550/pax

Note : Just mention that you saw this advertisement at FlyGosh and get a 5% discount 


- 16th & 17th August 2014 (Sat & Sun)
- 06th & 07th September 2014 (Sat & Sun)
- 18th & 19th October 2014 (Sat & Sun)


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. 


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

For more information on the available courses offered by Global Aviation , please click here

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Life as a Malaysia Airlines Cabin Crew

So you see them walking across the airport gracefully in their elegant kebayas, their black leather heels polished until it shines, their hair in a high chignon and their face all dolled up in a classy yet beautiful manner. They have their handbag on one arm and the other is dragging their trolley bag behind. You stare at them as they past, wishing and wondering for one second, how it would be like to be a Malaysia Airlines stewardess. 
Well, today I am here to give you a private and exclusive glance into the daily life as a cabin crew for MAS. Do note that I have been working with MAS for almost one year, and I only fly narrow-body, which is the Boeing 737 aircraft. Therefore, I cannot tell you how the roster of a wide-body crew is going to be like. But don’t worry because it is almost the same, it’s just that they have longer flights and a bigger aircraft. 

So after going through three months of solid training, you will graduate and leave the academy as a full-fledged cabin crew. You will be under 3 months of probation and you will have to return to the academy after 3 months to complete your proficiency test. New cabin crews are bonded to the airline for 2 years, failing which you choose to leave or you get terminated before the bond is over, you will have to pay a sum of 20k. 

I graduated from the academy in June 2013. I got my first roster and I was so excited. My first flight was a turnaround flight from Kota Kinabalu (BKI) to Pudong (Shanghai) and back. However, due to extreme weather conditions we had to divert and land in Hong Kong. Needless to say, I was jumping with joy when they announced we were going to have an unscheduled nightstop in Hong Kong. 

The next day we would fly to Pudong and back to BKI again. It was more than our assigned flying hours so we got to pax back to KUL which is our base. Paxing back means travelling back as a passenger. 

So basically this is how an average roster will be. In a month, you will have at least 5 turnaround flights. It could be a mix of long haul or short haul flights. You will have at least 5 nightstops as well, more to local compared to international. International nightstops will vary every month so within one year you would have got the chance to cover all the 737 destinations. 

The furthest we fly to is Narita, Japan and Perth and Darwin, Australia. We also have local nightstops such as BKI, KCH, PEN, KBR, JHB and KUA. Nightstops in Hong Kong, Kathmandu and Australia bring in a lot of money so if you get those often, you’re lucky.

We have a minimum of 8 days off per month and sometimes it could go to 12-13 days off. So your allowance will not be the same. It could be higher this month and lower next month. Your basic as a new recruit will be RM1200. 

Allowances consist of turnaround allowance, laundry allowance, meal allowance, nightstop allowance and much more.  So in a month you would probably get an average of RM3000-RM4000 just as allowances only. Of course, there will be SOCSO, insurance, EPF and all this payments so they will cut around rm500 there. We are entitled to 21 days of annual leave but that doesn’t mean we will get it each time we apply. It depends on your luck, reason of leave and seniority as well. 

The real truth about being a Singapore based Japan Airlines crew ( Including full salary details )

First of all, I would like to thank Andy for publishing this article and give me the opportunity to share my experience. Many of us start with a dream of flying. Compelled with the thought of flying around Japan, many people would eagerly apply for Japan Airlines.  I mean, being Singapore based is a great thing because being based in your home country, you don't suffer from so much home sickness.

Here, I will tell you the truth, the good and bad about being in JAL.

Starting with the first three months of training. You are paid about 4000yen ( 49sgd  ) a day. Of which, every meal which they provide for you, they will deduct 1000yen. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is provided, so essentially, you earn 1000yen ( 12.25sgd) day! Even if you miss your meals, please note that this amount is non refundable. This is also not optional. So on average, this is how your training is going to be paid

Basic + weekdays + weekend
= 800 + (12.25x5) + (36.75x2)
= 800+ 61.25 + 73.5
= 934

That's being extremely optimistic about no money cut for I don't know what mandatory deductions. The training bus would usually pick us up at 7.30 SHARP ( in Japanese context, on time is late. Please be there 15mins early). And you will return home in the same bus around 8 if you're lucky, with smooth traffic.

After a grueling 7.30am - 8ish pm weekdays for 3 months you finally get your name badge and uniform. Which is a great encouragement after all that stress about remembering exact Japanese-English phrases and in-flight Japanese.

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.

  • 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.
  • 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 with your email title as  " Application for the position of Cabin Crew via "

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

Mega Maldives Airlines is seeking candidates for the following vacancies.

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

  • 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 with your email title as " Application for the position of Captains or First Officer via "
  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 )

  • 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


    • 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