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BA CityFlyer questions and answers

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  Topic Started By:  BA_moderator    On:  Tue 10th July, 2012 at 19:15
RobotBoy
Newbie
Posts: 22
United Kingdom
#11  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 16/07/2012 at 15:44
In reply to post #3...

Originally posted by RobotBoy


3 - I'm a Londoner but potentially interested in relocating to Edinburgh at some point in the future. What flights do EDI crew operate? Is it solely there and backs to LCY?

Anyone know about this?

Also, do any CityFlyer crew based at LCY commute from, say, Glasgow or Edinburgh?
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*LHR*
Senior Member
Posts: 331
United Kingdom
#12  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 16/07/2012 at 18:17
I read someone that some crew do commute from up North, not sure about Edinburgh and Glasgow, but would have thought that some must do but them they have the base in Edinburgh.

I know the flight pay is £2.36 an hour.
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**skyhigh85**
Newbie
Posts: 13
#13  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 16/07/2012 at 22:44
In reply to post #12...
*LHR* Did u get ur direction for City Aviation House?

I got my email through today with the reference form and theres an attachment with directions i'll paste it below incase u didnt get urs:


DLR (Docklands Light Railway)
If you are traveling to London City Airport via the Docklands Light Railway, the station
is in the airport terminal. If you walk out of the terminal so that you are outside with the
terminal entrance on your left, follow the covered walkway round and diagonally
opposite you will see a large building with steps leading up to it. This is City Aviation
House. It is only a 1-minute walk from the terminal.

Bus
The airport is served by bus routes 473 and 474 (from Canning Town Station).

Hope that helps!!


Ru all set for thurs? Best of luck to u! Let us know how it goes. Got everything crossed for u. x
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*LHR*
Senior Member
Posts: 331
United Kingdom
#14  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 17/07/2012 at 11:56
Thanks skyhigh85 for posting that, but got all the directions and reference forms through.

Yeh I think I am ready, looking forward to it but getting nervous now.

Just making sure I got everything.
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ThomsonWings
Newbie
Posts: 21
United Kingdom
#15  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 17/07/2012 at 20:04
In reply to post #13...
Hi all

Went to my AD today and I had no exam results :( so i was sent home very gutted.
I have never needed them before and I have lost them been over 18 years since I was a school, and you have to have proof so gutted.

Wish you luck x
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**skyhigh85**
Newbie
Posts: 13
#16  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 17/07/2012 at 20:17
Oh noooo Thomson Wings thats awful!!!!! Ru ok? Would they give u another chance once you get the certificates? Im sure u can pay to have another copy. Gutted for u.

x
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*LHR*
Senior Member
Posts: 331
United Kingdom
#17  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 17/07/2012 at 21:24
That is awful Thomson Wings, hope you are OK.

As skyhigh said can you have another AD when you have your certificates?
Edited 17/07/2012 @ 21:25 Revision #1
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**skyhigh85**
Newbie
Posts: 13
#18  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 18/07/2012 at 21:12
Right *LHR*, best of luck to u tomoro!!!! U can do it!!!

Let us know how u get on, im rooting for u!

x
Edited 18/07/2012 @ 21:13 Revision #1
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*LHR*
Senior Member
Posts: 331
United Kingdom
#19  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 18/07/2012 at 21:55
Thanks skyhigh85, will let you know how I get on.

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*LHR*
Senior Member
Posts: 331
United Kingdom
#20  Re: BA CityFlyer questions and answers  Posted 19/07/2012 at 13:03
Well what a wasted trip, got sent home. I put in my application that I didn't have the grades that were required but hoped my 10 years customer service experience taken into account. Also spoke to someone last year who confirmed all was OK. Got there and said sorry because of your grades we have to send you home. Obviously they don't check your application properly and was offered an AD. There was only 2 of us and the other person may be sent home too.

Anyway wasn't mean to be, can't wait to try mainline BA next year.
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