Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Monday, August 29, 2011

Bad Cabin Crew?Think again when you fly next time

We’re sorry we have no pillows.
We’re sorry we’re out of blankets.
We’re sorry the airplane is too cold.
We’re sorry the airplane is too hot.
We’re sorry the overhead bins are full.
We’re sorry we have no closet space for your oversized bag.
We’re sorry that’s not the seat you wanted..
We’re sorry the plane is full and there are no other seats available.
We’re sorry you didn’t get your upgrade.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Indonesian airline Garuda under fire for near-naked interview

(THE KOREA HERALD/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - An Indonesian airline came under fire after having female job applicants get almost naked during an interview.

Garuda Indonesia has recently interviewed applicants to pick 18 Korean crew members for its new flight service.

The women were ordered to take off all their clothes except their underpants for a 'health examination'. A male doctor touched their breasts to check whether they have implants, which the company said would endanger them when flying.

The company said it conducted the same examination when picking stewardesses in all countries, including Japan and Australia.

Monday, August 22, 2011

What are the airlines looking for in a candidate? Here are my Secrets :)

Apart from the usual stuff like grooming, being outspoken and confident, friendly and etc etc which you have already known, maybe I can share with you the method that I use personally and that of my fans ( those who pass and successfully got the job). By the way, I have helped hundreds of them achieve their dreams and from what I observed, though they are all from different background, they share similar attitude.

It is being proactive which simply means that you do and plan things ahead even though you are not required to do so. Confuse? Let me give you an example. Most will ask me when is the next interview and if you are a proactive person, your question would be” can you tell me what do I need to know or prepare for the next upcoming interview “. The difference between them is the second question shows that the person is preparing even though there are no opening currently. They do not wait till the last minute and take small baby steps in order to make sure they are well prepared, win over other candidates and be successful during the interview.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Direct Entry A330 First Officer & Captain - Malaysian Airlines

We are currently recruiting for A330 Captains for our client Malaysia Airlines based in South East Asia. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a well established, reputable and professional Flag Carrier. This opportunity comes with an excellent Salary and benefits package for a 6 month extendable contract directly with the client. If you meet the requirements and are available at short notice, please contact give us a call to discuss this matter.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Monday, August 15, 2011

Silk Air - Direct Entry Captain

 Applicants should have at least 5000 hours ( Base in Singapore )

With Rating  
1500 PIC hours on commercial jets for aircraft with takeoff weight above 20,000kgs of which 500 are of A320 rating.
Without Rating
 3000 PIC hours on commercial jets for aircraft with takeoff weight above 20,000kgs.

 To Apply, click here

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Sponsored Cadet Pilot - Britisih Airways ( Future Pilot Programme )

Choosing to become a pilot is a life-changing decision as well as a huge financial commitment. Here at British Airways we believe in investing in the future, and that is why we have developed a unique programme to offer anyone with the right skills, passion and potential the chance to realise their dream of becoming an airline pilot.

We’re proud to announce the launch of the Future Pilot Programme – our flagship sponsored pilot training scheme that is designed to select and train aspiring pilots, who currently have little or no flying experience.

Thursday, August 11, 2011

How much can a Cabin Crew/Pilot earn ?

As expected, this is also one of my top 10 questions that I am often being asked. A high or low salary definition differs from everyone depending on your background. For example, a couple of thousands may be high for a fresh 18 year old crew and not so high or even a pay cut for those that join say from a manager/supervisory post. For me, it’s is definitely high as my first crew job was right out of university.

So back to the title. How much can you earn as a crew? It of course depends on which and also what sort of airline you apply for whether it is private jet, full service airline or low cost airline. Well I am not going to talk to you about the difference between them as it will take an entire post to do so. Maybe next time. 

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Sri Wijaya Pilot Recruitment organise by Fly Gosh/Avia

Did a successful pilot recruitment event with Avia Integrated for Sri Wijaya Air.We have candidates from Denmark, France, India, Korea, Spanish, Singapore and of course Malaysians. Enjoy the pics............

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  Opening briefing to candidates

Friday, August 5, 2011

Cabin Crew - Silk Air

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

  • Minimum height of 1.58m
  • Minimum of 3 GCE ‘O’ Level or 4 GCE ‘N’ Level credits, including English
  • For Malaysian qualifications at SPM level, at least 5 credits including a minimum grade of B4 in English and working experience is required