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  Topic Started By:  Lorenka    On:  Wed 15th November, 2017 at 16:34
Bumblebee1976
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Posts: 38
United Kingdom
#41  Re: Primera Air  Posted 06/01/2018 at 09:03
In reply to post #40...
Great post Misssj28.
Very informative and interesting.
I've applied but I'm classed as non experienced as not flown in 20yrs.
What do you mean when you say "rosters are operated on a W"

I'm yet to hear from Asta, has any other non experienced crew heard? My friend, ex Monarch, has a AD on Monday for BHX.

Being a mum I'm not sure about working week on/away and week off/home. Don't think I'd like to leave the kids that long.
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Ann Billingsley
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Applied online vs 07/10/17
Invited to video interview 13/11/17
Submitted video interview 20/11/17
Invited to AD email 21/12/17
AD 13/02/18
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Reb36
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#42  Re: Primera Air  Posted 07/01/2018 at 16:18
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I just applied for Primera yesterday! I’m definitely not experienced, I’m only 18 but am currently working for a great airline on the ground.

I don’t know when we will hear back but obviously training would have to start in March I presume..ready for the first flights in mid April. So I would’ve thought they’d need to get going with AD’s this month, like your friend in BHX.

I hope it goes well, STN is my local airport and I made it through to the final round of the BA AD a few months back so I hope I have a chance.

W trip pattern may refer to it being like 2 1/2 trips as Such? Like the letter w if you follow it, I don’t know??.
It’s all a bit vague, the actual submission bit for my application was literally just my name and contact details and sent it off..but having put my cv/passport on earlier.
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Reb36
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#43  Re: Primera Air  Posted 07/01/2018 at 16:20
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So yes fingers cross us non- experienced hear soon
Edited 07/01/2018 @ 18:13 Revision #2
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sfe2939
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#44  Re: Primera Air  Posted 08/01/2018 at 14:36
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Originally posted by Bumblebee1976


What do you mean when you say "rosters are operated on a W"

I believe she already answered that

Originally posted by misssj288



Rosters are operated on a W, for example over 7-8 days you will operate STN-EWR-CDG-EWR-STN, followed by a period of 5-7 days off.
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sfe2939
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#45  Re: Primera Air  Posted 08/01/2018 at 14:36
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Originally posted by Reb36

I just applied for Primera yesterday! I’m definitely not experienced, I’m only 18 but am currently working for a great airline on the ground.,

It states on their website you must be 21 or older to apply
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Bumblebee1976
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#46  Re: Primera Air  Posted 08/01/2018 at 23:30
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Bless you! Thank you for trying to help sfe2939
However I don't believe you have been able to clarify the information I was asking for. I wanted to know what the "W" meant. I understand the work pattern as it was very clearly explained.

Also on Asta application for Primera cabin crew no age is stated, it just says you have to have graduated high school grade 12.
Time to fly! ✈️
Applied online vs 07/10/17
Invited to video interview 13/11/17
Submitted video interview 20/11/17
Invited to AD email 21/12/17
AD 13/02/18
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Reb36
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#47  Re: Primera Air  Posted 09/01/2018 at 15:04
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Where does it state this? It just says you must have graduated from high school (grade 12), I.e. 18 and above..
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jknox
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#48  Re: Primera Air  Posted 09/01/2018 at 15:04
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Originally posted by Bumblebee1976

Bless you! Thank you for trying to help sfe2939
However I don't believe you have been able to clarify the information I was asking for. I wanted to know what the "W" meant. I understand the work pattern as it was very clearly explained.

Also on Asta application for Primera cabin crew no age is stated, it just says you have to have graduated high school grade 12.

A "W" route is as missj288 used as an example earlier, so depending where you are based it will be HUB-DESTINATION-HUB-DESTINATION-HUB, which on a map will form a W (See the example London-Newark-Paris-Newark-London)
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airhostess19
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United Kingdom
#49  Re: Primera Air  Posted 12/01/2018 at 14:17
Hey all,

I was at one of the December assessment days although I applied for BHX and got offered the position. I think since it was early days of assessments we weren't given as much info about roster etc as they seem to be giving out now.

With regards to W patterns will that only be out of STN? Was there anything else of note said about BHX rosters?

Much appreciated; pm if you prefer.

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ENIK
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Posts: 12
United Kingdom
#50  Re: Primera Air  Posted 12/01/2018 at 17:20
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I have applied back in December for BHX, I am not experienced cabon crew. Any one heard back for BHX assessments?
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