Friday, February 28, 2014

Get PAID to be a guest writer for FlyGosh.com

Are you an airline crew whether it's a Pilot, Cabin Crew, Engineer, Ground staff or any position related to the airline industry or you may be someone not working in the airline but have deep interest and extensive knowledge in aviation and have some good experiences to share to the world?

If you have an interest in writing and want to share your exciting stories and experiences, then you have definitely come to the right place as FlyGosh is looking to hire PAID guest writer.

This is an excellent opportunity to earn some extra cash sharing your passion and interest. If you are really good, I may even consider hiring you as a permanent guest writer.

It could be anything so long it's related to aviation for example, airline interview process, tips to excel and succeed in getting an airline job ( any position ) , your personal working experience, do's and don'ts, or anything that you deem is suitable for the audience in FlyGosh.

Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ )

How much will I be paid for my article ?
Depending on the quality of the content, it could be anywhere between USD 5 to USD 50 per submission.

How long should I write ?
Is preferable if it's between 500 to 1000 words or maybe more.

Will I be guaranteed that my article will be publish in FlyGosh?
No, it's best if you send me what topic you intend to write first and once I give you the go ahead, you can began writing. This way, I will not waste your time on writing something which I feel is not suitable for the audience in FlyGosh.

What should I avoid?
This is not a place for you to write something as a marketing or promotional article or to place links. If you want to advertise your product or services at FlyGosh, please click here .

Also, I am only looking for genuine and real content from your personal experience and not something you cut and paste from other website.

When and how will I get paid?
If you are from Malaysia, I can pay you via local bank account and if you are from other countries, I will pay you via Paypal ( www.paypal.com ). You will be paid 3 days after the article is being published at FlyGosh.

How do I know whether I am qualified to be a writer and do I need any prior writing experience ?
No, you do not need any prior writing experience, so long you can write something which is easy to read and of course in proper English, you are good to go !

Note : Please bear in mind that once the article is being published, it will be a property of FlyGosh and I also have every rights to alter/change the content which I feel suitable for the audience at FlyGosh.

So if you are interested to be a Guest writer for FlyGosh, please send your topic/credentials to flygosh@live.com

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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Qatar Airways - Cabin Crew Open Day ( Singapore )




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.

About You: 

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Direct Entry A320 First Officer/ Captain - Nine Star Airways ( Thailand )

Captain
  • 6000+ Hours Total Time
  • Valid ICAO or JAR, EASA or FAA ATPL with A320 Rating
  • MUST Have Valid Type Rating
  • 1000+ PIC hours on Type (A320 Family)
  • Last PIC Flight on Type less than 6 months
  • Under 60 years of age
  • Minimum ICAO Level 4 English Proficiency
  • Previous Employer Release Letter and Reference
  • No History of Accidents or Incidents
First Officer
  • 1500 + Hours Total Time
  • MUST Have Valid Type Rating
  • 500 + Hours on Type Minimum
  • Last Flight on Type less than 6 months
  • ATPL ICAO or JAR, EASA or FAA
  • Minimum ICAO Level 4 English Proficiency
  • Previous Employer Release Letter and Reference
  • No History of Accidents or Incidents
Benefits

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Air Asia X - Walk-in interview for Flight Attendants - Tokyo ( Japanese Crew )

Responsibilities

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

To carry 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;


To make announcements on behalf of the pilot and answer passenger questions during
the flight; 


To perform sales of meals & duty-free goods and advise passengers of any allowance
restrictions in force at their destination; 


To reassure passengers and ensure that they follow safety procedures correctly in emergency situations; 


To ensure passengers disembark safely at the end of a flight and check that there is no
luggage left in the overhead lockers; 


To complete paperwork, including writing a flight report. 

Requirements

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Singapore Airlines Cabin Crew - Walk In Interview ( Jakarta )



We will be conducting a recruitment exercise for cabin crew in Jakarta. If you meet the following requirements, we will be pleased to meet you at our walk-in interview. 

Requirements

* Minimum age of 18 years old
* Females who are at least 1.58m in height, males who are at least 1.65m in height
* University degree holder or Diploma 3 holder with some working experience
* High level of English proficiency
* Willing to be based in Singapore

Saturday, February 15, 2014

The Sexiest Flight Safety Video You'll See Today - Air New Zealand

Emirates Cabin Crew recruitment ( Feb 2014 )


Kuala Lumpur ( wed) 26 February 2014 - 9am to 4pm
The Ritz Carlton, 168 Jalan Imbi,
55100, Kuala Lumpur ,
Malaysia

For Cabin Crew Tips and sample interview question, click here

Click here to go to the Emirates interview process and stages

For Emirates cabin crew salary details , please click here

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Friday, February 14, 2014

Malaysia Airlines Flight Stewardess - Walk in Interview ( March 2014 )

If you love travelling and dream of experiencing the world, join us as a Flight Stewardess. We offer an attractive salary package with allowances, medical and other fringe benefits. 
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Requirements:

• 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

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

13 things your flight attendant won’t tell you


EVER wondered what flight attendants are secretly thinking about you?
Here’s a hint, if you want to avoid landing on their bad side, don’t whinge to them about all your midair problems and whatever you do, don’t treat them like your personal maids!
Here’s a list of 13 things cabin crew won’t actually tell you, but you should know, according to Reader’s Digest.
 
1. Don’t poke or grab me!
No one likes to be poked, but it’s even worse on the plane because you’re sitting down and we’re not, so it’s usually in a very personal area. You don’t grab a waitress if you want a fork!

2. Don’t tell me all your problems
Passengers are always coming up to me and dobbing on each other. ”Can you tell him to put his seat up?” “She won’t share the armrest.” What am I, a teacher?

3. Can’t you wait a moment?
Do you really have to go to the bathroom right now, while we’re wrestling a 113 kilogram food cart down the aisle?

4 . Pay attention
If you hear us paging for a doctor, or see us running around with oxygen and first aid kits, it’s not the right time to ask for a Diet Coke.

5. Mind your child
If you’re travelling with a small child and you keep hearing bells, please see if it’s your child playing with the flight attendant call bell.

AirbusDirect@Singapore Airshow: Focus on Asia and the A350 XWB


A pilot's-eye view during the A350 XWB flight demonstration

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Cathay Pacific - Cabin Crew walk in interview



Why join our Cabin Crew?

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Flight Attendants enjoy a fun and exciting environment and a lifestyle that's second-to-none. Our crew cares for each other like family and make long-lasting friendships all over the world. Each person on board shares the same goal and understands the pressures of the role, meaning that you'll always be supported when challenges arise.

A career with us is you ticket to experiencing many different cultures and cities. Every flight will be an international route, and your each month you will experience long-haul and short-haul flights to a variety of exciting destinations. In addition, a flexible roster and generous travel discounts will offer you many opportunities to experience he world and explore your interests outside of work.
 

What's involved?

 

fileFlight Attendants play many different roles while in the air – they're safety officers, food servers and cleaners, and sometimes even nurses and baby-sitters. It's a demanding but highly rewarding role that will allow you to work to a flexible roster.

The ultimate goal is to provide an exceptional in-flight service to passengers and ensure their safety and comfort at all times. This is achieved by performing tasks such as food and beverage service, safety and security procedures, and cleaning, as well as by anticipating customers' needs and quickly responding to special requests and problems as they arise.

Your Career Path

 

Monday, February 10, 2014

Photos: inside Scoot's Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

 













Singapore Airlines' low-cost offshoot Scoot will take delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 in November this year and shift to an all-Boeing 787 fleet by the middle of 2015 as the airline seeks to parlay the Dreamliner's increased fuel efficiency into a healthier bottom line.

Scoot says the first destinations for the Boeing 787-9 will "include Australia, Japan and Taiwan".
The airline currently flies six ageing Boeing 777-200s which were handed down from Singapore Airlines, but all of these will now be retired by the middle of next year.

In their stead will be a clutch of new Boeing 787s – ten of the original Boeing 787-8 and ten of the larger, longer-range 787-9 – which Scoot inherited from Singapore Airlines after its parent bulked up its order for the Airbus A350.

Scoot's November 2014 inaugural will make it only the second airline the world to fly a Boeing 787-9 after launch customer Air New Zealand picks up the keys to its own next-gen jetliner in July this year.

Scoot's Boeing 787-9 will be kitted out with 35 'all-leather' premium seats in ScootBiz class, arranged in a 2-3-2 layout.


 
Each features include an extendable leg-rest and a 'cradle' recline position.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Qatar Airways - Cabin Crew Open Day ( Kuala Lumpur )



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.

About You: 

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

First Officer - Dash 8 - Maldivian ( Maldives )


Qualifications:
‐ Valid Maldivian CPL /ATPL with instrument rating
‐ Valid Class I Medical
‐ Grand total hours: 1000hours and above


Selected candidates get the opportunity for direct entry for Simulator training Dash8 as per Company policy.


Interested candidates for the above position should complete the Application Form for Employment – (Pilots) (available to download from www.maldivian.aero) and submit the form with supporting documents not later than 1400hrs of 09th February 2014 (Sunday) to:


Human Resources Department
Island Aviation Services Ltd.
26, Ameer Ahmed Magu
Male’, 20026, Republic of Maldives
Phone: 3331262 Fax: 3314806 


If you are interested, please send your cv/resume to hr@iasl.aero with your email title as " Application for the position of Dash 8 FO via flygosh.com "

For a comprehensive guide to help you secure a pilot job, you might want to download my book at This is HOW YOU can become a Pilot - FlyGosh Pilot Secrets
 

Applications with inaccurate information, which do not meet the above requirements and
which are incomplete will be disqualified. (Only Maldivians will be accepted for the above position & only shortlisted Applicants will be notified)


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Monday, February 3, 2014

ATR72 First Officers - Vietnam Airlines

Vietnam Airlines is looking for ATR72 First Officers to be based in Ho Chi Minh city and Hanoi city.

Minimum requirements: 

  • Last ATR72 sim check less than 6 months
 
  • 2000 hours total time 
  • 500
 hours total ATR72 time 
  • Age under 55 

Benefits:

  • Long term contract (5 years), to be upgraded / converted after working for VNA for at least 3 years
 
  • Flexible working pattern with a period of 6 weeks on, 2 weeks off 
  • Tickets for days off anywhere on the Vietnam Airlines network 
  • Many tickets on VNA network for crewmembers and 4 weeks on – 4 weeks off for qualifying family members 

If you are interested, please send your cv/resume to doanbay919@vietnamair.com.vn with your email title as " Application for the position of ATR Fo via flygosh.com "

For a comprehensive guide to help you secure a pilot job, you might want to download my book at This is HOW YOU can become a Pilot - FlyGosh Pilot Secrets

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Flight Attendant Walk in Interview - Dragonair ( February 2014 )

Dragonair is looking for Cabin Crew in HK. Walk-in Interviews in Hong Kong on February 24 and 25, 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

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Air Asia Flight Attendant - Walk in Interview - February 2014

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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