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airplane401
01-05-2019, 04:21 PM
How long does it usually take to hear back after applying on AirlineApps? It's been around 2 weeks.


Varsity
01-05-2019, 04:55 PM
How long does it usually take to hear back after applying on AirlineApps? It's been around 2 weeks.

They'll get in touch with you right away if they're interested. Envoy doesn't need FO's right now. Mostly filling classes with prior 121/cadets and people they find 'competitive' usually jet/135/substantial dual given (1000+ hrs).

speedbrakearmed
01-06-2019, 08:32 AM
Keep updating your application and try to find someone who works here who could possibly write you a letter of recommendation. Might not hurt to maybe drop a visit at HQ to see if you can shake some hands and maybe run into someone important.


Houpilot2001
01-06-2019, 02:41 PM
Keep updating your application and try to find someone who works here who could possibly write you a letter of recommendation. Might not hurt to maybe drop a visit at HQ to see if you can shake some hands and maybe run into someone important.

Unless you bump into them in the lobby or cafeteria, all the important people are behind locked doors.

bh539
01-06-2019, 02:53 PM
I went to Envoy HQ and stood in the lobby for 5 hours trying to shake hands but everyone just stared at me like I was crazy. I eventually got escorted out.

PilotPete4You
01-06-2019, 03:16 PM
Yeah, that old adage of “just show up and introduce yourself” SOUNDS like great advice. But people are just going about their day and it comes off weird god forbid creepy. Honestly, plenty of places are hiring so don’t sweat it.

Commend your efforts though.



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