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Old 06-19-2014, 09:31 PM   #1  
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Default CRJ Captains Wanted Japan...

Hey guys are you about to be down graded because of shifting Fleets by Mainline... Tired of your kids getting a crummy education from the public schools??? Come join us in Japan...

Ibex Airlines is a Private Company Operating 8 CRJ's under contract to ANA providing Domestic Service within Japan... We are Based at Sendai Airport which is approximately 150 miles north of Tokyo on the East Coast... The city is nice, clean and safe...

Being the Company is small there is no us, verses them attitude... All work together to get the job done... Safety is top priority and there is no such thing as pilot pushing... Aircraft are very well maintained...

There are 2 contracts under offer... Commuting and non-commuting... The commuting contractor gets a 14 day block of days off each 2 calendar months and the non-commuter gets 10 days off each month... Yeah I know the USA guys are turning their noses up right now but this is the norm outside of the USA...

Most of the non-commuters live in the North Suburb of the city where the International School is located... The school is small and has a very close family feel... So your kids get the attention they deserve and do not have the bad influences and distractions...

At the start of the year there were 15 TF (Foreign) Captains... However with the Industry in Japan on the go 8 will leave to the Left seat of the A320 at other Japanese Airlines... Thus a dire need for new Captains...

The Training in Japan is good, however LONG... So one needs to arrive understanding the program and be patient... Once you hold the Japanese (JCAB) ATPL there are a number of Career paths after your initial contract...

They have just started a new "Net" contract thus eliminating past tax issues in Japan... Pay during training is approx. 6300 USD... Check with the crew leasing company offering the contracts for all the numbers...

Rishworth Crew Leasing, TWI Aviation and IAC Global are the ones offering IBEX's terms... You can find a link to all three at Pilotpointer.com ... Interviews in July for a Nov start...

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PM'd you went through with the Rishworth application but it wont allow me to apply to the position. Typed and current on both the Dash 8 and CL-65 as advertised in the ad.

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Do you have to check your food with a Geiger counter still up there? I know people that left Tokyo because they thought it was too close to Fukushima, Sendai is right in the thick of it. I'd be careful if you have kids up there -- especially with the food.
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楽しみに 。 日本語 だいじょぶ。
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As usual, F.O.s need not apply as you are unnecessary.
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14 days off every 2 months?
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Do you have to check your food with a Geiger counter still up there? I know people that left Tokyo because they thought it was too close to Fukushima, Sendai is right in the thick of it. I'd be careful if you have kids up there -- especially with the food.
Typical APC: never let sensationalism get in the way of the facts:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamescon...rom-fukushima/

http://www.scientificamerican.com/ar...lear-disaster/

Why the Cancer Cases in Fukushima Aren't Likely Linked to the Nuclear Disaster

http://www.ourradioactiveocean.org
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PM'd you went through with the Rishworth application but it wont allow me to apply to the position. Typed and current on both the Dash 8 and CL-65 as advertised in the ad.
Can I ask where you want to end up? Just curious.
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Do you have to check your food with a Geiger counter still up there? I know people that left Tokyo because they thought it was too close to Fukushima, Sendai is right in the thick of it. I'd be careful if you have kids up there -- especially with the food.
The area is quite safe... Reactors in cold shutdown... The only concern is the contaminated water leaking into the Sea... If you source your Seafood (ie not from the east coast) you have no concerns... The fishing industry in the Fukushima area has been shutdown due to this fact... So there are NO worries or concerns these days...
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14 days off every 2 months?
If you are a commuter you will get a BLOCK of 14 days off every 2 months... A total of 20 days off and possibly a couple of "Blank Days" which are duty free days to comply with crew rest/ duty requirements... Non-commuters get 10 days off every month... Non-commuters get 24 Vacation days and Commuters get 20 Vacation days...
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