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  Topic Started By:  Rob_33    On:  Tue 7th January, 2014 at 13:05
Rob_33
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Posts: 57
Portugal
#1  Titan Airways  Posted 07/01/2014 at 13:05
Happy New Year to all of you.

Hav anyone got an e-mail from Titan, inviting you to attend an interview?

I've applied for them 2 months ago and just the e-mail to book the interview at STN airport

Does anyone knows how it is working with tem? Salary bases, work condition....

Thanks for your insight

Happy flying
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flytower
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Posts: 76
United Kingdom
#2  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 07/01/2014 at 14:13
In reply to post #1...
Hi. I came across this earlier today which you should find helpful...

http://lifeasabutterfly.com/cabin-crew-assessment-day-experiences-tips-and-recommendations/

What date/time are you going to Titan? I'm going on 23rd

Good luck
Weary with toil I haste me to my bed, the dear repose for limbs with travel tired...(Sonnet 27)
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Rob_33
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Posts: 57
Portugal
#3  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 07/01/2014 at 18:20
In reply to post #2...
Hi there thnkas for your post

I stil didin't book an interview date, still looking around.
I would like to have a more insight look of the airline, i'm from Portugal and although i've heard about the airline and i've read much about it i would like to hear about salary basis, and so on. Do we pay for our training?

Thanks and good luk
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flytower
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United Kingdom
#4  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 08/01/2014 at 09:47
In reply to post #3...
There was quite a bit of information in that link which I found really helpful (thanks to the original poster)

I'm not sure about paying for training, I'm fairly sure you don't have to but will do a bit of digging. If I find anything out, I'll let you know...

Happy landings
Weary with toil I haste me to my bed, the dear repose for limbs with travel tired...(Sonnet 27)
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cabincrewconsultant
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#5  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 08/01/2014 at 12:57
In reply to post #1...
A nice little airline with a good reputation...as far as I am aware! No fees for training, unless this has changed very recently...
Cabin Crew Consultant - www.cabincrewconsultant.weebly.com
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cabincrewconsultant
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#6  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 08/01/2014 at 12:58
In reply to post #5...
Ps. Forgot to say, they also do some VIP/Corporate flying too - so interesting work!
Cabin Crew Consultant - www.cabincrewconsultant.weebly.com
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Alessandro82
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Italy
#7  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 13/01/2014 at 02:38
In reply to post #3...
hi!
I have been invited to the assesment in Stansted, I have already booked my interview for 23rd of Jan :)

Did you find any information about basic salary or any other info?
Edited 13/01/2014 @ 02:39 Revision #1
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citylatte
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France
#8  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 13/01/2014 at 15:14
In reply to post #7...
Hey! Me too! Got an interview for jan 30rd.
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cabincrewconsultant
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#9  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 13/01/2014 at 15:57
In reply to post #8...
I haven't got too much info but they are well respected and staff do tend to stay a while, so they must be treated well! The salary is around the 17,000 GBP mark annually, I think this may be an average including flying pay. Allowances for meals and hotels down route of course are paid for. You need to be based within 30 minutes of STN as much work is on a standby basis. Accommodation and transport in STN is your responsibility.I believe the contract they are offering is for a fixed 6 month period.
The work is quite varied I understand, with a mix of charters and wet leases (sometimes covering BA routes for example.. or maybe doing a contract charter for a set time.) There are sometimes VIP charters too, so you get some good experience! But I would say go for it, interesting work, a well respected company and they don't recruit often - which is always a good sign!
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KateL1
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#10  Re: Titan Airways  Posted 14/01/2014 at 20:16
In reply to post #9...
This job offer from Titan Airways is only fixed term contract. Is there any change that they can offer you work after fixed term contract for permant?
Is anyone who could know some information? How does it usually work?

Many Thanks
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