Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Emirates Cabin Crew recruitment ( Penang )


Penang - 16 November 2013 - 9am to 4pm
Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa
Batu Feringgi Beach, Batu Feringgi
Penang, 11100 Malaysia

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B737 Simulator Flight Instructor and Sales Assistant ( Hong Kong )

This is an exciting opportunity to work in a fast-paced, ever-changing customer service environment. Duties will include:

  • Customer service
  • Instructing clients in the simulator following Flight Experience SOPs
  • Retail sales for both Flights and Merchandise
  • General retail duties
Minimum Requirements: 
Will hold (or have held) a Private Pilot’s License and has customer service / sales experience.

Desirable Qualifications and Attributes:

  • CPL, ME CIR, ATPL
  • Multi-crew experience
  • Flight Simulator experience
  • The skill and experience to deliver customer service excellence
  • A high motivation to meet and exceed sales targets and KPIs
  • A professional approach and positive attitude to your work
  • A team player and self motivated
  • Superior time management and ability to priorities multiple tasks
  • Sound problem solving and analytical skills
  • A genuine desire to work in a fast paced ever changing customer service / sales environment
We Offer:

Friday, October 25, 2013

Self Sponsored B737 NG Co-Pilot 500 hours line training program

An airline base in Europe would like to invite suitable candidates for the position of B737NG Co-Pilot. You will fly to destinations across Europe and base in one of the most vibrant cities in the region. You will be paid a monthly salary of about Euro 3000 ( subject to flying hours ) .

Minimum required criteria:

• Current Type Rating B737
• EU/EFTA national
• Arranged military obligations
• No criminal records (certified by competent authority and by candidate)
• No drugs, alcohol and driving problems history (certified by candidate)
• High school diploma or equivalent
• JAR-FCL/Part-FCL (European) ATPL licence (or CPL/IFR with frozen ATPL)
and a class 1 medical
• 70 hours as Pilot-in-command
• Completed MCC course
• Have a swimming certificate or be able to demonstrate/certify corresponding
swimming skills
• Height between 157 and 193 cm
• Speak and write fluently English


If you are interested, please send the following documents to flygosh@gmail.com with your email subject/title as ( your name - Application for the position of self sponsored B737 Co-pilot via flygosh.com )

1) CV/resume
2) All copy of license
3) Passport ( min validity of 18 months )
4) Copy of class 1 medical as well as ICAO English cert
5) Passport size photo
6) Last 2 page of LogBook

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Limited slots available !

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Air Asia Flight Attendant - Walk in Interview - November 2013


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Responsibilities 

 

To attend pre-flight briefing, during which Flight Attendant are assigned their working positions
for the upcoming flight

To carrying out pre-flight duties, including checking the safety equipment, ensuring the aircraft
is clean and tidy, ensuring that information in the seat pockets is up to date and that all meals
and stock are on board

To welcome passengers on board and directing them to their seats;

To inform passengers of the aircraft safety procedures and ensuring that all hand luggage is
securely stored away;

To check all passenger seat belts and galleys are secure prior to take-off;

Make announcements on behalf of the pilot and answering passenger questions during
the flight;

To performs sales on meal & duty-free goods and advising passengers of any allowance
restrictions in force at their destination;

Reassuring passengers and ensuring that they follow safety procedures correctly in emergency
situations;

Ensure passengers disembark safely at the end of a flight and checking that there is no
luggage left in the overhead lockers; completing paperwork, including writing a flight report 

Requirements

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Ending World’s Longest Nonstop Flight Adds Five Hours - SIA

The inaugural Singapore-Newark noon-stop flight The end of the world’s longest nonstop commercial flight, a 19-hour slog between Singapore and New York, is bad news for Chia Teck Fatt. 

Passengers like Chia who are used to making the 9,000-nautical mile journey from Singapore to Newark, New Jersey, will instead fly to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport via Frankfurt starting next month, adding five hours to their journeys. 

Singapore Airlines Ltd. (SIA) is stopping its services from Singapore to Newark with its all-business class four-engine Airbus SAS A340-500 after ending the second-longest flight from Los Angeles to the island city yesterday.


The inaugural Singapore Air non-stop passenger flight from Singapore to Newark taxis to the gate after landing at Newark Liberty airport on June 28, 2004. Photographer: Stephen Chernin/Getty Images

“I’m looking for another way to travel to New York,” said Chia, after checking-in at the business-class lounge at Singapore’s Changi Airport dressed in casual pants, t-shirt, a jacket and loafers. 

With oil prices tripling in the last decade, the carrier struggled to ferry executives on the 100-seat flights profitably for the past nine years, a sign that the airline industry is once again putting profitability ahead of glamor. The iconic transatlantic flights with the supersonic Concorde were scrapped a decade ago. The shrinking of Wall Street firms and travel cutbacks after the global financial crisis have made it difficult for airlines to lure top-dollar clients. 

“It didn’t make sense to continue,” said Siyi Lim, a Singapore-based investment analyst at OCBC Investment Research. “The plane burns a lot of fuel, but carries very few passengers,” he said about the Airbus A340-500 aircraft.

Sydney-Dallas

The " not so " glamorous cabin crew life


Nope, this post is not about the supposed "Glamorous Cabin Crew Life".  Rather it is to offer you a glimpse beyond that image. Being a cabin crew is a dream job to many, it definitely has been dream come true for me. Did I complain about the job back then? Of course I did, who doesn't ever complain about their job? At the end of the day,  it is still a fabulous job though not a perfect one. I would have continued flying if not for a family incident that required me to not be out-stationed so many days a month.

Many aspiring cabin crews often do research on how to pass the interview but few fail to find out  if the job is what they have in mind.  Even though I am giving coaching on passing the cabin crew interview, I am not about to only mention the good about being a cabin crew while glossing over the others. This is because as I have mentioned previously, you will be bonded to the company once you are accepted. That's 4 months of training plus 18 months of flying.

Add to that the interview and waiting time and it is about 2 years of your life. A long time to waste if you found out later that you hate the job. I have met cabin crew who absolutely hated the guts of the job and it was miserable having to report for their next flight. Overtime, the perks could no longer cheer them up and they get so weighted down by the cons it's pretty hard to watch. So while you prepare for the dream job of your life, take a little time out to consider the following points as well.

1. You will get homesick. More so if you are someone who loves spending time with your family. A cabin crew has plenty of off days but remember that some of these is spent while out-stationed. You will have about 10-15 days a month in Singapore depending on your roster. Will that be alright with you? Don't just think about the first few months. Think long run, month in month out.

New Rule for foreign pilots - Indonesian DGCA



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What this means is that they will no longer issue Indonesian CPL for foreign pilots and according to the circular above, it's mainly because of foreign pilots faking their flying hours.

However, you may fly via validation on your " mother license " so long it's current and valid.

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Monday, October 21, 2013

FlyScoot - Cabin Crew/Flight Attendant Salary


Cabin Crew

Basic Salary : $ 700

Per hour pay : $ 8 ( $ 14 after 62 hours and above )

Transport allowance : $ 30 ( Layover ) and $ 15 ( Turnaround )

Overseas nightstop allowance : Varies depending on country 

For example , China is $ 72.80 and Australia is $ 92.80

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Friday, October 18, 2013

Self Sponsored ATR Co-Pilot line training program - Expression of Interest

An ATR operator would like to invite suitable candidates for the position of ATR Co-Pilot with the opportunity to fly the latest ATR 72-600

Requirements ( Co-Pilot ) : -

• Hold a Commercial Pilot License / Instrument Rating (CPL / MEIR)
• Minimum flying hours of 200 hours
• Priority will be given to those who are rated on the ATR 72/42
• Minimum of Level 4 of Aviation English.
• Good command of English, both written and spoken.
• Must be physically and mentally fit.
• Class 1 medical
• All licenses accepted such as Faa,Jaa,Caa,Casa and etc
• All nationality are welcome

Air New Zealand - Cabin Crew Recruitment ( Part / Full Time )

  • New Year New Role!
  • Part Time & Full Time
  • Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch
We are recruiting now for 2014 Flight Attendant intakes. Apply now and you could start the New Year in this exciting role travelling to short haul destinations in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands. You'll need proven customer service experience and a passion for travel. It's a demanding role that will push your limits and challenge you every day you come to work.

Air New Zealand is one of the world's leading airlines delivering exceptional customer service to 13 million travellers every year. Our Flight Attendants are passionate, proud and dedicated people who love the challenge of working in an industry where every second counts! We are looking for world class Flight Attendants to join us in representing New Zealand to the world. Your journey starts here.

What we look for:A natural passion for people and a commitment to excellent service are vital.
Strong problem solving skills, teamwork and the ultimate Kiwi "can-do" attitude are the attributes required to keep Air New Zealand operating at world class levels. We need resilient team players, with great personalities and a keen sense of humor to represent New Zealand with pride and passion.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Tiger Airways - Cabin Crew Walk in Interview

 
Established in September 2004, Tigerair now operates a fleet of 48 Airbus A320-family aircraft and is committed to increasing its fleet size to 68 by December 2015. The airline operates flights to over 50 destinations across 13 countries and territories in the Asia Pacific region.

Key responsibilities include:

We are looking for warm, fun-loving person who loves interacting with people to join our dynamic cabin crew family in Singapore.

Applicants should fulfill the following requirements:
  • Singapore citizens or Singapore permanent residents
  • Minimum age of 18 years old
  • Minimum height of 1.58m for females, 1.65m for males
  • Minimum of 4 GCE 'N'Level credits, including English
  • Medically and physically fit
  • Good skills in communication
  • Fluent in spoken and written English
  • Able to read texts in English, and Chinese or Malay
Details of the upcoming walk-in interview is as follows:

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Govt Tightens Foreign Pilot Regulations


The Ministry of Transportation has issued a circular to limit the number of foreign pilots in the country, a move that the ministry said was aimed to provide more opportunities for local pilots to fill vacancies in the lucrative aviation industry.

The ministry also made the move after it found several foreign pilots forging reports about their flight hours.

“So, the number of flight hours was actually lower than what they reported,” Transportation Ministry spokesman Bambang S. Ervan was quoted as saying by Tempo on Friday.

However, Bambang refused to reveal the names of the airlines that hired foreign pilots who faked flight-hour documentation. He did however add that it was likely the pilots forged documents to accelerate the process of becoming pilots in command.

Under Indonesian regulations, a pilot can become a PIC after 1,000 hours of flying and a co-pilot must have 250 hours flying experience.

“But we make selections. Only those with experience can obtain an Indonesian license,” he said, adding that Indonesia needs foreign pilots but saying the country only had about 600 foreign pilots out of a total of 7,000.

Garuda Indonesia and AirAsia declined to comment on the government’s plan to curb the issuance of PIC licenses to foreign pilots, saying they had not received the circular.

“I have to study the circular first,” said Pujobroto, Garuda Indonesia’s vice president of corporate communications.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Wizz Air - Non rated Cadet Pilot ( CPL/IR )


The Cadet Pilot (Non Type-Rated) position is for motivated, high calibre  cadet pilots wishing to develop their flying careers with one of the most progressive and dynamic low-cost low-fare airlines in the Central and Eastern European region. For the successful Cadet First Officer, an A320 type-rating conversion will be arranged by Wizz Air.

Main Accountabilities

You Will Need To Have

  • Nationality: Unrestricted right to live and work in the European Union (and/or) Serbia (and/or) Ukraine (and/or) Macedonia.
  • Licence: Current and Valid JAR/EASA (*) COMMERCIAL PILOT'S LICENCE with Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (ME-IR/SPA) and passes in all ATPL subjects.
  • Medical: Current and Valid JAR/EASA MED (*) CLASS 1 FLIGHT CREW MEDICAL certificate
  • English Language: ICAO English Language Proficiency Level IV or better
  • Instrument Rating: ME-IR/SPA rating valid with at least 3 months of validity remaining
  • Flying Experience: Minimum of 200 hours** 
  • Multi Crew Coopration: completed approved MCC course, if no previous multi-crew experience
  • Jet Familiarisation: completed Jet Familiarisation/Orientation course, or have previous military jet experience
  • Recency of Experience: flown a multi-engine aircraft within preceding 12 months
* National equivalent permitted: Ukraine
** Flying experience shall not include simulator/synthetic time

Cadet Pilot (A320 Type-Rated) - WizzAir


The Cadet A320 (type-rated) position is for motivated, high calibre pilots who wish to develop their flying careers with one of the most progressive and dynamic low-cost low-fare airlines in the Central and Eastern European region. The Cadet A320 (type-rated) position requires a minimum of 200 hours total flying time and a valid A320 type-rating.

Main Accountabilities

You Will Need To Have

  • Nationality: Unrestricted right to live and work in the European Union (and/or) Serbia (and/or) Ukraine (and/or) Macedonia.
  • Licence: Current and Valid JAR/EASA (or National equivalent*) AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT'S LICENCE (or), COMMERCIAL PILOT'S LICENCE with a valid MPA-IR and passes in all ATPL subjects.
  • Medical: Current and Valid JAR/EASA MED (or National equivalent*) CLASS 1 FLIGHT CREW MEDICAL certificate
  • English Language: ICAO English Language Proficiency Level IV or better
  • A320 type-rating: valid and with at least 8 months of validity remaining
  • Recency of experience: flown A320 within preceding 12 months (may be completed in Level D/ZFT simulator)
  • A320 experience: a valid type-rating (including base training, and with no restrictions) is required at time of application**
* National equivalent permitted: Ukraine
** Flying experience shall not include simulator/synthetic time

Thursday, October 10, 2013

MASWings' Twin Otter aircraft crash lands in Kudat


KOTA KINABALU: Six people are believed to be injured when a Twin Otter aircraft belonging to MASWings, made an emergency landing in Kudat at about 3.30pm.

Police said the aircraft which was carrying 16 people, appeared to have overshot the runway and ended up near a vacant house in the nearby Kampung Sin-San.

Sources said that six people -  four including the pilot were seriously injured.

However, Malaysia Airlines in a Press statement later confirmed that it was their aircraft - DHC6 9M-MDM MH3002 operating from Kota Kinabalu to Kudat which was involved in the 2.50pm incident.

"The aircraft landed short of the runway in Kudat."

"No reported fatalities as of now. Focus of the airline is on the rescue of the passengers and crew."
"We will continue to monitor the situation at the crash site and update the situation," it said.

Meanwhile,   Bernama reported two of the passengers were seriously injured in the crash in Kudat, about 150 kilometres northeast of this state capital.

Sabah Fire and Rescue Department public relations officer Mohd Affendy Ramin said the plane, which was carrying 16 people including the pilot, crashed in Kampung Sinsan.

"We received an emergency call at 2.54 pm and a rescue team consisting of 11 personnel were at the scene in 21 minutes.

"All 16 people on board were brought out of the plane and sent to the Kudat Hospital for medical examination," he told Bernama.

The cause of the crash is under investigation, he added.

Article taken from NST

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Air Asia X - Direct Entry Captain / First Officers ( A330/340 )


We are looking for commanders to join our Flight Operatons team as AirAsia X Direct Entry Captain A330/A340. Based in the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) Sepang, you will play a key role in ensuring safe and efficient operations of the aircraft and the safety of guests and crew on board our AirAsia X flights. 

Are you competitive and driven by a need to achieve?

Are you comfortable working with checklists?
Do you look forward to being in charge?

If you are excited about the questions above, this job may be the one for you!

Being part of AirAsia X is to become part of a vision to remain the world’s largest and fastest-growing low-cost long-haul airline. You will join our team of professionals who are:
+ Responsible to ensure a high level of work quality and productivity,
+ Comfortable to work independently and together in a task-oriented team,
+ Patient, flexible and adaptable to changes,
+ Willing to travel and to be assigned to other locations when needed. 


Captain


We want to hear from you if you:
+ Are a Pilot with Command experience and a valid Malaysian ATPL,
+ Are a current CAPTAIN on AIRLINE OPERATIONS Multi Pilot Jet equipped with EFIS / FMS > 60,000 kg MTOW within the last 12 months,
+ Have a minimum of 5,500 total hours that MUST include:
++ At least 4,000 hours on AIRLINE OPERATIONS Multi Pilot Jet (MPJ) equipped with EFIS/FMS (preferred) > 60,000 kg MTOW
++ At least 2,000 hours in Command (P1) on AIRLINE OPERATIONS Multi Pilot Jet equipped with EFIS/FMS (preferred) > 60,000 kg MTOW. 


First Officer

+ Are a Pilot with Command experience and a valid Malaysian CPL/ATPL,
+ Are a current FIRST OFFICER on AIRLINE OPERATIONS Multi Pilot Aircraft (MPA) within the last 12 months,
+ Have a minimum of 500 total hours on AIRLINE OPERATIONS Multi Pilot Aircraft (MPA).


Other than insurance, medical, dental and hospitalization benefits, you will also enjoy a daily munch allowance at our staff café, training and development opportunities and discounted staff travel across our vast AirAsia network across Asia Pacific. 


If your X-Factor is an ambition to take command of the skies, let your career take flight in AirAsia X! Please send your cv/resume to aax_pilotrecruitment@airasia.com with your email title " Application for the position of ( FO or Captain ) via flygosh.com "

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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Malaysia to host famed Red Bull air race for first time



Putrajaya is one of seven new locations to stage a leg of the Red Bull Air Race World Championships next year.


FOR the first time ever, Malaysia will be hosting a leg of the Red Bull Air Race World Championships, the world’s premier low-level acrobatics flight race competition.

Putrajaya was announced as the site for the second leg of the 2014 Championships at the launch of the event at the Putrajaya Marina today. The Championships will kick off in February.

Red Bull Air Race GmbH chief executive officer Erich Wolf described the nation’s administrative capital as having a “very impressive background, and a very modern city, which fits with our brand”.
Returning after a three-year hiatus, the flight competition will be held at seven new locations, with only Abu Dhabi retained as the starting leg from previous editions.

The seven are Putrajaya; Gdynia, Poland; Ascot, Britain; Dallas and Fort Worth in Texas, United States; Las Vegas in Nevada, US; and an as-yet-undetermined city in China.

With safety and reorganisation being the key factors in the Championships’ long break, Red Bull Air Race Head of Aviation Sergio Plá announced that next year will also see new safety features in place.
This includes extending the height of the pylons the pilots must fly between by five metres, and ensuring that all competitors use the same type of engine.

A Challenger race is also being introduced as a compulsory step for pilots who wish to compete in the Championships proper.

Plá said that this race would be an easier version of the Championships race, to test pilots for their ability and readiness to join the Championships proper.

“The pilots who pass this race will be able to join the Championships once a competitor decides to stop flying or not participate,” he said.

Twelve former participants of the Championships will be returning to compete in the 2014 air race, including previous champions Peter Besenyei, Paul Bonhomme and Kirby Chambliss.

Article taken from TheStar

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Monday, October 7, 2013

Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew - Walk In Interview ( Singapore & Jakarta )


Requirements

*Singapore, Malaysian and Indonesian
* Minimum age of 18 years old
* Females who are at least 1.58m; males who are at least 1.65m in height
· Degree/ Diploma
OR
* At least 2 principal level passes and 2 subsidiary passes in STPM/GCE ‘A’ level or its equivalent
OR
* At least 5 credits in SPM/GCE ‘O’ level and relevant working experience
* For Malaysian qualifications at SPM level, at least 5 credits including a minimum grade of B4 in English and working experience is required.

747-400 (500+ hours) Type Rated First Officer - Virgin Atlantic


In a nutshell

When assigned to a crew you will act as Co-Pilot, assisting the Commander in the safe and efficient conduct of a flight.

When not assigned to a crew, the Co-Pilot is responsible to and reports to their Fleet Manager.

Day to day

·         To support the Commander in the proper standard of crew discipline, conduct and personal appearance relating to any (and all) Company-related activities.

·         To volunteer such advice, information and explanation from the Commander as may contribute to the safe and efficient conduct of the flight.

·         To seek and receive such information and explanation from the Commander as is necessary for the Co-Pilot to fulfil their function.

·         To maintain their licence in accordance with the professional and medical standards required by the CAA and the Company.

·         To maintain familiarity with UK and International air legislation and agreed aviation practices and procedures.

·         To maintain familiarity with those provisions of the Company Operations Manual which are necessary to fulfil their function.

·         To maintain and enhance the Virgin Atlantic brand reputation.

Friday, October 4, 2013

Flight Attendant - Mega Maldives

Deadline: 10/23/2013
Positions: 13 Positions
Department: Cabin Crew
Salary: Contact fo Clarification

Qualification, Experience and Key Skills
  1. GCE O’Level Minimum 02 passes (Including English)
    OR
    Equivalent Other Qualification
  2. At least 19 years of age.
  3. Minimum height:
    o    Women: 158 cm, and
    o    Men 167 cm.
  4. Minimum 01 year Customer Service Experience
  5. Able to swim.
  6. Fluent in written and spoken English.
  7. Possess good communication skills and a team player
  8. Friendly and outgoing with a lively personality
  9. Willingness to relocate, as required, to any location Medically fit to discharge specified Cabin Crew duties

Air Asia India - Cabin Crew Walk in Interview ( Mangalore )

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Thursday, October 3, 2013

B737NG First Officer - SunExpress ( CPL / IR )


First Officer
  • Min age 21 years
  • Min CPL (A)/IR (A) license and IR on multi-engine aircraft
  • MCC course
  • ATPL (A) theoretical knowledge exams passed
  • JAR FCL 3 class 1 medical
  • University Degree
  • English language proficiency for F/O candidates;
    TOEIC(Reading 385, Listening 400, Speaking 160, Writing 150)
    TOEFL IBT (Reading 22, Listening 21, Speaking 23, Writing 21)
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Indian Navy - Pilot ( No Experience and CPL accepted )

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Cathay Pacific - Cabin Crew / Flight Attendant LAX base Salary

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