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jackcarls0n 07-20-2014 10:18 PM

Copa Airlines- Offer to Interview
 
I recently got an offer to interview with Copa and they had list of documents for me to send to them.

I am at a regional and they need a stamp from FAA or the company on my logbook? Who shall I contact for this at my company? The Chief Pilot's office?

Would be helpful. Thanks!

CrakPipeOvrheat 07-21-2014 05:49 AM

Copa Airlines- Offer to Interview
 
Just get it notarized.

Jetty 07-21-2014 06:40 AM

Copa Airlines- Offer to Interview
 
That's all you need. Notarized

jackcarls0n 07-21-2014 07:14 AM

Copa Airlines- Offer to Interview
 
that would be easier. thanks.

N4185Q 07-21-2014 07:53 AM

I'm pretty sure they won't accept a notarized logbook. Get your asst. Chief pilot to sign a statement on the last page saying "I certify that the flight times in this logbook match REGIONAL AIRLINE's records" then have him staple a business card there.

rightside02 07-21-2014 08:20 AM

Copa Airlines- Offer to Interview
 
Notarized is what overseas airlines in the Middle East want , I can't see it being any different .

Starlifter 07-21-2014 09:50 AM


Originally Posted by rightside02 (Post 1688442)
Notarized is what overseas airlines in the Middle East want , I can't see it being any different .

Perhaps in the ME it is accepted. Not accepted in other locations. Have gone thru the stamp process with 3 carriers overseas. Latest carrier, I made a stamp for them and had asst. Chief Pilot initial each stamped page.

trip 07-21-2014 09:51 AM

Don't they do the ground school in EsPanol? Couple guys went down and that is what the chief told them.

Typhoonpilot 07-21-2014 03:51 PM

Get a printout of your flight time from the company system, then have it signed/stamped by the chief pilot's office. Most airlines are able to do that.


TP

Sonny Crockett 07-21-2014 04:52 PM

I worked there before going back to UAL. You need to get your logbook stamped by the Panama Consulate. Plan on spending $20 a stamp and every piece of paper will need to me stamped, like birth certificate, college transcripts etc...for the interview your signature is fine. Also I had the former airline I worked at print out copies of my flight times with them and a letter from the Chief Pilot stating it was true san correct.

COPA can be fun if you are single.....don't plan on getting rich and only go if they are offering a Capt slot. I know they hired some RJ Capt'n right into the left seat of the 737.....be careful with the 250 hour wonder kids on the right seats.

Good luck.....they will burn you out quick.....lazy could care less attitude.


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