Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Direct Entry ATR 42/72 First Officers - Farnair


FARNAIR is a Swiss airline at the forefront in the mainfield of express air cargo transport and logistics both within and outside Europe. With a team of 150 highly motivated employees and 30 years of experience, we ensure that our fleet of aircraft are always in the right place at the right time. In order to support our growth we need to reinforce our team for 2014.

Requirements:
  • Valid type rating on ATR 42/72
  • High experience as First Officer on ATR
  • Minimum of 1000 flight hours in total and 500 flight hours on the type
Screening and interviews will take place on a regular basis in 2014.

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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Fiji Airways Pilot Recruitment - A330 Second Officers ( CPL / IR )




FIJI AIRWAYS invites applications for the above position. The position demands for highly 
motivated, safety driven, disciplined, and skilled and team oriented candidates. 

Reporting to the respective Flight Captain, your key responsibility is to carry out the duties 
required of you under approved company standards and practices and assist in the safe and 
efficient conduct of the flight. 

Minimum Qualifications & Experience:

Commercial Pilot License with a pass in all ATPL subjects

Unrestricted Instrument Rating

250 Hours Allowable Flying Experience

100 Hours Pilot In Command (ATPL requirement)

Twin Engine Aircraft Endorsement

Pass in Basic Gas Turbine Theory

Completion of Screening Process

Applications: 

Applications with curriculum vitae detailing qualifications, relevant experience and
telephone contact should be forwarded no later than Friday, 02 May 2014

All applications should be forwarded to:- 

Manager Employee Relations
Fiji Airways
Private Mail Bag
NADI AIRPORT 

You can also send via email to vacancy@fijiairways.com with your email title as " Application
for the position of Second Officers via flygosh.com "

Fiji Airways thanks all applicants, however, only those qualified will be screened and only those 
selected for an interview will be contacted. 

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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Air Asia Philippines - Cabin Crew Interview Process & stages


I attended their interview back in December 2013 to see if I could get in, but in all reality, it was more of my friend pressuring me to join her. So I said why not, let's see how far I can go.

The whole interview is a two day process. At least that's what it's like in the Philippines, usually on the weekend (Saturday-Sunday). In Malaysia, according to my brother, the interview is done in a day and the medical on another day.  (usually within the week). It's much easier and they don't ask you to perform any dance/talent. 

So the interview was at 9am. I went there early around 8am, and there were lots of people. So as always, go to the venue early, you don't want to regret it. 

The first thing they do is the test the arm reach and the weight check. You must pass the reach test, otherwise you'll be sent home. And for the weight, all they check is if your body is proportionate to your height.

After that, it's the documents check. Make sure you have the proper documents (Passport/Philippines ID, police clearance, education papers). When you pass that you'll then move on to an initial 2-1 interview. There they'll ask simple questions like "So why you want to be a FA" and "What can you give us", those kind. Just be ready for those 'first job' interview type of questions.

On our second day, everyone that was shortlisted came back. We were all seated in an auditorium and they gave us all the details of what's going to happen for the day. So they called us one by one and in front of everyone, we had to answer a question that they provided us. Mine was "If you would talk to someone, would you prefer to talk to that person through a call or via face to face". Questions like that.

Friday, April 25, 2014

Flight Attendant Recruitment - Japan Airlines ( Base in Singapore )


 

Responsibilities

  • Attending a pre-flight briefing, during which cabin crew are assigned their working positions for the upcoming flight. Crew are also informed of flight details, the schedule and if there are passengers with any special requirements, such as diabetic passengers, passengers in wheelchairs or the number of infants on board.
  • Carrying out pre-flight duties, including checking the safety equipment, ensuring the aircraft is clean and tidy.
  • Welcoming passengers on board and directing them to their seats.

Requirements

  • Minimum 3 GCE 'O' levels with at least a credit in English.
  • Fluency in English and Mandarin is required to liaise with Mandarin speaking clients. Knowledge of Japanese would be an advantage.
  • Must be Singaporean or Permanent Resident.
  • At least 1.58 metres in height. (Height measurement will be taken on the day of interview and those below the height stated, need Not apply.)
  • Good skin complexion. Wearing of contact lens is allowed.
  • Must be healthy and able to adapt to changes in weather conditions, as job requires you to fly to different countries with different seasons.
  • Pleasant personality with a positive work attitude.
  • No past criminal records.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Qatar Airways - Flight Attendant 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: 

Monday, April 21, 2014

Cabin Crew Recruitment ( Mixed Fleet ) - British Airways


Closing Date: 25th April 2014 

A fantastic opportunity exists to join our ever-expanding Mixed Fleet team of cabin crew where you will deliver outstanding customer service.

As a British Airways Mixed Fleet cabin crew member you will be enthusiastic and passionate about our products and services and focus on putting the customer at the heart of everything you do.

You’ll have the opportunity to develop new skills and take control of your career path and be recognised and rewarded for your outstanding contribution.

Reward package: circa £12,000 plus elapsed hourly rate pay plus quarterly bonus (performance targets achieved). Potential to increase by £1,000 after 12 months (performance related). Annual leave starting at 30 days per year rising to 34 days per year.

Principal Accountabilities

  • To ensure operational safety, security and health and safety responsibilities are performed to the highest standards and are compliant with EU-Ops, British Airways requirements and all other relevant legislation
  • Maintain safety compliance at all times with Safety & Equipment Procedures (recency) training
  • Deliver world-class service excellence inline with our service standards and behaviours
  • To ensure compliance with all corporate policies and procedures in accordance with relevant legislation
  • To act as a British Airways role model to crew, colleagues and customers adhering to our uniform standards
  • To build effective working relationships with colleagues and service partners to work as one team
  • To deliver the crew objectives set by the business and a personal development plan, developing self-awareness through 360 feedback

The Individual

Essential Capabilities

Emirates Cabin Crew Open Day - ( Kuala Lumpur )


Kuala Lumpur - 10 May 2014 - 9am  
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.

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MH192 with ATC before Landing 32L

MH192 lands safely in KLIA


PETALING JAYA: A Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight bound for Bengaluru (Bangalore) which was forced to make a turn back, landed safely at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport early Monday.
MAS tweeted that the Boeing 737-800 aircraft landed at 1.56am, after its right-hand landing gear malfunctioned on take off.

Earlier, MAS had issued a statement that Flight MH192, that departed from KLIA at 10.09pm bound for Bengaluru, had to make an air turn back.

It was scheduled to arrive in Bengaluru, India, at 11.35pm the same day.

The aircraft was carrying a total of 166 people, including 159 passengers and seven crew members.

MH192 has been re-timed to depart KLIA at 3.30pm Monday and arrive in Bengaluru at 5.00pm the same day.

All passengers are being accommodated at nearby hotels.

Article taken from TheStar

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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Gulfstream III Pilot Recruitment - Base in Kuala Lumpur

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Orient Thai Airlines - Cabin Crew walk in interview

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Saturday, April 19, 2014

MH370’s disappearance has brought cabin crew closer, says chief stewardess

PETALING JAYA: The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370 has brought “the cabin crew closer”, says a chief stewardess of the airline.

In a video posted on Malaysia Airlines’ Facebook page, Saturday, Farisha Mohamed Shariff said that there were many former cabin crew who had turned up to offer support.

“They have not been in the cabin crew life for 10, 20 years … Suddenly they turn up, supporting us ...,” she said in the 3:34-minute YouTube video that has been widely shared on social networking sites such as Facebook.

There were altogether 12 crew and 227 passengers on board flight MH370 that went missing in the early hours of March 8.

Farisha said that she had worked closely with all the crew onboard MH370.

She said that stewardess Tan Ser Kuin liked to ask others about lipstick shades because she thought her own colours were not nice.

Farisha also said that chief steward Andrew Nari had given her a shoulder massage back in January when she was very sick. She said that Andrew had been called in to replace her at the last minute because of her illness.

“We actually need one another … We support one another. Most importantly, when we are away on our birthdays, on our anniversaries, they are always there celebrating it with us,” she said through tears.

Farisha also said that some passengers had been understanding and came up to offer support. She said on the day of the day MH370 went missing, a passenger onboard Farisha’s flight dropped her bags and hugged her without saying anything else.

“I had a passenger from an Australian destination who gave us a card … I read it over the PA so other passengers heard what was written on that card.

“I had (former F1 driver) David Coulthard on that flight and he hugged me and said I feel for you guys …,” she said.

Article taken from TheStar

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Silk Air - Cabin Crew Walk in Interview ( May 2014 )

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

Cadet Pilot - My career can't take off




My career can’t take off

$140,000 spent on pilot’s licence but I can’t land a job with local carriers

Letter from James Tan

I AM a cadet pilot who has graduated from the flying college which trains all of Singapore Airline’s pilots, be it for the main fleet, cargo division, or SilkAir. I belong to a group of about 20 Singaporeans who were willing to pay for the training course at the Singapore Flying College (a subsidiary of SIA).

This training course cost me about $140,000 to complete.

Even though no promise of a job was made, I was still willing to go through the course hoping for at least an interview for consideration for an SIA job.

But the carrier seems to prefer to take in foreign nationals (including some from Malaysia, India and Hong Kong) over the current crop of local Singaporeans, who have coughed up a large amount of cash and have graduated with a Commercial Pilot Licence – only to be bypassed by this group of foreign nationals SIA has hired with zero hours of flying experience, and provided with training from scratch.

We Singaporeans are being overlooked by SIA without so much as an interview. Most of us have to look to the low-cost carriers like Jetstar and Tiger for jobs, as these are the only airlines based out of Singapore that can take in pilots like us with few hours of flying time.

However, Jetstar has a policy of taking in retired air force pilots, which means Tiger remains our only hope of employment.

Setting our sights on jobs with overseas airlines is proving to be a major hurdle. I have sent in more than 200 applications to airlines all over the world but I’m usually rejected because I am a low-hour pilot or because the aviation authority in that country has a job protection clause in place for their pilots from their own nations. For example, Malaysian and Indonesian carriers only allow low-hours pilots provided they are citizens of those countries.

This means the majority of the Singaporean pilots who have paid for their own training are hung out to dry, since we have to vie for limited places with the foreigners for cadet pilot positions, and we are not very attractive to airlines outside Singapore due to our low hours or the jobs policies put in place by other countries’ aviation authorities.

So, why does our national carrier prefer to take in foreign cadet pilots with zero hours of flying time over their own local pilots, who have paid their dues in the local pilot training school?

Aspiring pilots in Singapore who want to pay their own way through their training should think twice. Career opportunities are very limited and the cost of training is extremely high. Could SIA comment on why local pilots who were trained at their subsidiary training school aren’t given so much as a job interview? 

Article taken from Transitioning.org 

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Friday, April 18, 2014

Cabin Crew Recruitment - Mega Maldives

Mega Maldives provides international scheduled and charter operations from Male international airport in the Maldives. Be part of our team that shares an enthusiasm and a spirit that are the core of creating a strong company. We pride ourselves on providing a high safety, making flying experience with us a positive one. Join our dynamic and professional Inflight Services team. We offer an attractive salary package with allowances, medical and travel benefits. 

Applicants should possess the following requirements: ·            
  • Between 19-28 years of age   
  • Minimum O level qualification
  • Minimum 1 year customer service experience      
  • Minimum height of 158 cm for women and 167 cm for men   
  • Able to swim
  • Able to read, write and converse in English
  • Possess good communication skills and a team player
  • Friendly and outgoing with a lively personality
  • Willingness to relocate, as required, to any location
  • Medically fit to discharge specified Cabin Crew duties
  • Experienced Crew on type rating B767, B757 & B737 is an advantage
  • Fluency in written and spoken Chinese language would be an added advantage
Benefits
  • Staff Travel Benefits
  • Staff Health Insurance
  • Other Allowances & Benefits as per Company Policy
APPLICATION

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Swiss pensioner flying around the world in plane he built himself is forced to land by Indonesian fighter jet and arrested at gunpoint after entering their airspace


A retired Swiss airline pilot flying around the world for the last two years in a plane he built himself has been arrested after straying into Indonesian airspace.

Heinz Peier, 65, was forced to land by Indonesian fighter jets today before being surrounded by armed soldiers at Soewondo Air Base where he was arrested.

According to his blog, Peier was due to travel from Sri Lanka to the Philippines when the arrest happened, and was not planning to stop in Indonesia.


However, according to an Indonesian Air Force official, Peier was on a ferry flight from Colombo to Singapore when he entered their airspace illegally, suggesting that he may have changed his route.


In the pictures he is surrounded by soldiers who point their guns at him while he climbs out of his aircraft before being taken away.



Peier began his travels in February 2012 when he flew to Belize, South America, using a red Swearingen SX300 aircraft he constructed himself.

Since then he has travelled almost non-stop for two years, taking in six continents - including Antarctica - visiting around 30 countries, and stopping in more than 100 cities.


On his travels he has toured safari parks, ridden on elephants, sailed around glaciers and even took part in a cycle race in his native Switzerland.
He flies solo, stopping only to refuel and take in some sights before jetting off again. He is sometimes joined by his two grown-up daughters, Celcilia and Bianca.

In his last post, dated two days ago in Sri Lanka, Peier says he is due to visit the temple of Kanda after staying the night in the Sri Lankan mountains.

He also discussed refueling his plane beforehand in case he needs to depart 'on a moment's notice.'

It is not clear if Peier is being held by the Indonesian authorities or if he is has been released.

Article taken from DailyMail

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Cabin Crew Walk in Interview - Dragonair ( Base in Hong Kong )

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

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

JetStar Japan - A320 Direct Entry Captain / First Officer


Minimum requirements:


Captain
  • Hold a JCAB ATPL 
  • Current JCAB Class 1 Medical Certificate 
  • JCAB Level 4, 5 or 6 English Language Proficiency (prospective) 
  • Hold, or be eligible to hold, relevant Permanent Residency status or an unrestricted rights to work in Japan
  • Minimum 4,000 hours total time on fixed wing aircraft, and 3,000 hours on Jet
  • Minimum EFIS 1,000hours
  • Minimum 1,500 hours PIC on aircraft on aircraft with MTOW > 50,000kg or Minimum 2,000 hours PIC on aircraft with MTOW > 30,000kg 

First Officer

Tiger Air cabin crew interview process and stages




I would like to share with you guys about my interview experience with Tigerair. I attended the interview in Concord Hotel on 11 Jan 2014. I reached there at 9am and there were not much people ( less than 50 people I guess). I then did the registration and they gave me a candidate number. 

I proceed to a room and they checked on my height and weight, minimum height for girl must be at least 158cm and for guys is 165cm. And for the weight, they don't have a body weight scale so you have to answer them honestly although there is no weight check for you. 

They then checked on my educational certificates and it was in the same room where I did the height & weight check. Please note that you must have at least 4 credit in your GCE N level including English subject or else they will say goodbye to you. 

I have seen few people being sent home because they didn't fulfill the criteria. Tigerair is quite strict on this part. Once everything is done, then only the interview starts. There were 3 rounds of interview and the first round was the English test which consist of 20 multiple choice questions, this round is meant to test your English and it is not so difficult to pass.


Second round would be the creativity test. 7 people were grouped into a room and they will show you random pictures, It could be any pictures and each of u need to talk about this picture immediately without given much time. I remember my picture was Nasi Lemak, and I said "this is a traditional Malay food and it consist of cucumber, boiled egg, fried peanut...I seldom eat Nasi Lemak because it always makes me get bloated..." 

My friend told me he got a wrinkled hand picture and he has no idea how to talk about this picture. My advise is, try to say something even if your answer in short, don't keep silence. Remain eye contact and smile with the interviewers when you are answering the question. 

After that, they will ask you random questions about the picture, eg: do you like Nasi Lemak and why? If a foreigner would like to visit Singapore, what would u recommend for him to eat and why? 

They will ask each of you random questions, remember try to talk more ( but don't make negative comment about the picture) After that 7 of you will leave the room and wait for the result. If you pass this round then you will proceed to the final round.

Final round would the 2-1 interview, you will face 2 interviewers and they will ask you questions like " Why do you want to be a flight attendant? What is your hobbies? What is your current job? Why do you quit your previous job?" 

Monday, April 7, 2014

B747 Cabin Crew Recruitment - EagleXpress


Eaglexpress Air Charter Sdn Bhd a newly established air charter services provider registered in Malaysia are looking for self-driven and dynamic individuals to be part of our pioneer team to deliver passenger & cargo services to our customers. To fulfill our desire to deliver excellence in safety, comfort and service standards, the following positions are available for qualified individuals.

Requirements : -
  • Malaysian, aged between 22 and 35 years old
  • Height: minimum 157cm (Female)
  • Height: minimum 165cm (Male)
  • SPM with CREDIT in English and Bahasa Malaysia
  • Pleasant personality
  • A passion to serve
  • Speaks fluent English and Bahasa Malaysia
  • Preference will be given to applicants with previous Airlines experience

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Air Asia Cabin Crew - Walk in Interview ( Penang )

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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

 

We are looking for dynamic, positive and highly motivated individuals who share our passion for the ultimate excellence in service and help contribute to our growth. So if you love travelling and dream of experiencing the world, come join our AirAsia Allstars family as a Cabin Crew and come to our Cabin Crew Walk-in interviews to be held as follows:

VENUE DATE OF INTERVIEW

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Emirates Flight Attendant Open Day - (Johor & Singapore )


Singapore - 12 April 2014 - 9am  
M Hotel Singapore, 81 Anson Road, 
Singapore 079908.

Johor - 1st May 2014 - 9am  
Thistle Johor Bahru Jalan Sungai Chat, 80100 Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia

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