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7ECA wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:22 pm
Alrighty there boys and girls, go easy now. I don't hate Air Canada, or her employees one bit. Georgian and it's ads on the other hand...

As for fantasy hardly (as I don't wish a repeat of the various bust cycles we've seen over the years), but only time will tell - as the signs are in place that there may be some serious turbulence ahead.
And what signs are those ?
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The media "reporting" that Trump ruined the economy probably.
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Fake news! Fake news! Right Victory? :roll:

Let's see... Gold is running pretty high at the moment. Inverted yield curve on bonds. Declining GDP and growth in numerous nations, including China and Germany. A certain person doing a lot to diminish the reputation/credibility of the Fed Chair whom they will need to rely on if things go South. Declining consumer confidence.

That enough for now?
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Stocks up !

Donald tweets are fabulous !
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got invitation.

4500tt, 2000 on jet.

quick question though, unable to attend the interview , is air canada welcome to delay the interview?

thanks!
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If you're unable the dates they sent in the email, I'm sure you can ask for another later date in the near future.

I wouldn't delay for too long though. A lot can change.
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I’d try to make the interview. I know guys who tried to reschedule and never got an interview.
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Bid out today is a big one.

800+ openings with retirements and new duty regs.

120 WB Captain openings.
250 NB Captain openings.

There is going to be a lot of movement.

Good luck, I wouldn't be delaying anything right now if your can help it!
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How far is that bid outlook? That's a Lot of movement
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Almost 45% of the NB CA positions vacant are 737 positions. Many vacancies in the 737 FO MAX position as well. Guess these 737 MAX's aren't going anywhere contrary to the speculation of transat coming over with "Neos"

Congrats to all. There will be a lot of movements on this bid. Interesting to see how junior some of the 330 positions will go.
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C-GGGQ wrote:
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How far is that bid outlook? That's a Lot of movement
Generally 12 months.....but this industry I tell ya....it's always changing.
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Does this include Air Transat pilots?
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No, it’s purely AC.
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AC Pilots right now...

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Does anyone know when the next couple of ground school dates are going to be? September 9 has already been called, whats next?
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Just curious what the time lines have been like from applying until getting the call for a course?
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Gonzodriver wrote:
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Just curious what the time lines have been like from applying until getting the call for a course?
It varies widely from person to person. As a hapless moron with experience but none of it relevant, I was about a year. I applied, got an interview about six months later, got a call for a course six months after that. Sounds like a lot of time but had I rushed into an express carrier I would spent at least two years there so in the long run it was faster to wait. Just a wild guess but if you have 5000TT+ and are not an asshole there’s probably a place in the queue for you. The stressful part is that there’s no way to look into that crystal ball to see where in line you stand.
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jpilot77 wrote:
Tue Aug 20, 2019 7:41 am
I’d try to make the interview. I know guys who tried to reschedule and never got an interview.


thanks everyone's input, i managed to postpone until oct . they told me to inform towards end of sept to see the hiring schedule in oct. they have been very accommodating.
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lownslow wrote:
Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:34 am
Gonzodriver wrote:
Sun Aug 25, 2019 8:17 pm
Just curious what the time lines have been like from applying until getting the call for a course?
...Just a wild guess but if you have 5000TT+ and are not an asshole there’s probably a place in the queue for you...
I got PFOd
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dialdriver wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 7:22 am
lownslow wrote:
Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:34 am
Gonzodriver wrote:
Sun Aug 25, 2019 8:17 pm
Just curious what the time lines have been like from applying until getting the call for a course?
...Just a wild guess but if you have 5000TT+ and are not an asshole there’s probably a place in the queue for you...
I got PFOd
I only said “probably” though my face is still a little red. It sucks to get no for an answer, if you really want the job just reapply and take another lap of the process. You wouldn’t be the first to land the job after an earlier PFO.
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lownslow wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 11:37 am
dialdriver wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 7:22 am
lownslow wrote:
Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:34 am

...Just a wild guess but if you have 5000TT+ and are not an asshole there’s probably a place in the queue for you...
I got PFOd
I only said “probably” though my face is still a little red. It sucks to get no for an answer, if you really want the job just reapply and take another lap of the process. You wouldn’t be the first to land the job after an earlier PFO.
No worries, it was just my sense of dry humour - maybe why I got PFO'd.

Reapplied 2 years ago with no response since - you might be right!
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Hi all,

Any word on what the Sept 9th class was assigned for equipment/base?

Also, any update on ground school dates over the next few months?

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Equipment assignments are usually done within the last couple days of the PIT course (which is 2 weeks long). So the Sept. 9th class won't know what they've been assigned until Sept. 18-20.
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To add to the above. Sept 9th was close to 50, with only one of them being OTS. The rest were jazz and sky.
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Any information on October classes? Heard there were 2 scheduled, so one can assume Oct 7?

Also what are wait times from interview to class?
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