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Re: Tiger Airways Walk In Application 16th of June

Postby chai ching » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 7:44 pm

yup sure can no problem. i will go and find the papers
and extracted out the details for your to see.
normally i will type it out for all of your to see.
but today didnt do that.

just give me some time. i go and do it now.



ladyR wrote:
chai ching wrote:Hi,
Please refer to yesterday straits times. It advertise yesterday.



wud u b kind enuf to state wat is stated in the paper coz i dun hav yesterday paper.... if it didnt seem to bother u.....

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Re: Cabin Crew Internship

Postby catchmeifucan » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 8:51 pm

chai ching: oic, yes i read the older threads here for tiger airways..must have deposit in the bank..yea its so risky.

don't think i am interested to go for this...i don't think no bond, coz the ad said no bond upon completion of program..meaning before completion there is bond..and for many people coughing out 8k or 10k before starting a new job..is not a small amount..

by the way, congrats on finding a new job. :D
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Re: Cabin Crew Internship

Postby chai ching » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 10:02 pm

ya me too. im not interested of going anymore. have you send out
your JAL form yet? actually tigerair is not a good airline to join.
i know the reason why we must have S$8,000.

listen up for those peoples who are trying out this saturday for the
walk in interview. ask my friend who's still flying with tiger air.
she say we have to fork out S$8,000K is for those without a diploma cert. as for those who have diploma cert might be exemption.

thats what she told me that. but dont know is it true?
so those peoples out there, better think twice and carefully again.
thats my advice for those peoples trying out. good luck to those
trying out.


cheers!



catchmeifucan wrote:chai ching: oic, yes i read the older threads here for tiger airways..must have deposit in the bank..yea its so risky.

don't think i am interested to go for this...i don't think no bond, coz the ad said no bond upon completion of program..meaning before completion there is bond..and for many people coughing out 8k or 10k before starting a new job..is not a small amount..

by the way, congrats on finding a new job. :D

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Postby desijoey » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 10:22 pm

Hi chai ching! So you mean that those who have a diploma or higher might be exempted from having to freeze the 8k in their accounts isit? If that's the case I seriously dun mind. But is this for sure?

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Postby chai ching » Thu, 14 Jun 2007 10:54 pm

Hi Hi Desijoey,

Yup thats right. Think should be. Thats what my friend say so.
She say should be like that. So dont know whether is it really
true? Or if you want, can go down on saturday personally and
ask them?

So you mean that you have diploma cert? Or you dont mind paying
for S$8,000K?

desijoey wrote:Hi chai ching! So you mean that those who have a diploma or higher might be exempted from having to freeze the 8k in their accounts isit? If that's the case I seriously dun mind. But is this for sure?

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Re: Tiger Airways Walk In Application 16th of June

Postby muse79 » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 1:13 am

singaporegrrl wrote:
muse79 wrote:Tiger Airways Walk In Application at Furama Riverfront Hotel on the 16th of June(Sat) from 9.30 till 4pm.

Anybody here going?


Is this solely Tiger Airways or a joint effort between TR and Sass Atlantic?


Yes. It is, it is one of those fly and study for a diploma programme but those with diplomas can opt to just fly.No wories at all.
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Postby desijoey » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 11:24 am

chai ching wrote:Hi Hi Desijoey,

Yup thats right. Think should be. Thats what my friend say so.
She say should be like that. So dont know whether is it really
true? Or if you want, can go down on saturday personally and
ask them?

So you mean that you have diploma cert? Or you dont mind paying
for S$8,000K?


I have a degree.Oh no I'm not comfortable with paying the 8k!That's madness!Haha...

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Postby chai ching » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 1:19 pm

I see. No wonder. Thats good. Who would want to part with
S$8,000? Even if there are some who like to join for Tigerair
or dont mind budget airline.


desijoey wrote:
chai ching wrote:Hi Hi Desijoey,

Yup thats right. Think should be. Thats what my friend say so.
She say should be like that. So dont know whether is it really
true? Or if you want, can go down on saturday personally and
ask them?

So you mean that you have diploma cert? Or you dont mind paying
for S$8,000K?


I have a degree.Oh no I'm not comfortable with paying the 8k!That's madness!Haha...

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Postby desijoey » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 4:46 pm

chai ching wrote:I see. No wonder. Thats good. Who would want to part with
S$8,000? Even if there are some who like to join for Tigerair
or dont mind budget airline.


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chai ching wrote:Hi Hi Desijoey,

Yup thats right. Think should be. Thats what my friend say so.
She say should be like that. So dont know whether is it really
true? Or if you want, can go down on saturday personally and
ask them?

So you mean that you have diploma cert? Or you dont mind paying
for S$8,000K?


I have a degree.Oh no I'm not comfortable with paying the 8k!That's madness!Haha...


Haha yea true!I dun think you would wanna cough up an amount beforeyou even start earning from the company right?By the way,did your friend have to pay the 8k?

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Postby desijoey » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 4:51 pm

mutleeyc wrote:i just called them, boys can go too , but only PR s


Hi mutleeyc!What number did you call?Maybe can enquire if those with diplomas or degrees have to freeze any amount in their accounts...:p

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Postby mutleeyc » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 4:54 pm

6588 2738 is the number

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Postby muse79 » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 10:03 pm

Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:yeah.. i acutally heard.. cuz i tried for silkair and didnt get thru after the 3rd round.. sad.
But i really wld liek this as a career so i managed to get an interview iwth tiger airways and somehow i think i mgiht make it thru cuz i think they need crew.
Just that i dont really know much abt them
But thanks a bunch yeah...


Hi, where did u see the opening for cabin for tigerair? please advise.


It was published in Strait Times on Wednesday. Go for the walk-in interview tomorrow(16th) at Furama Riverfront.
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Postby muse79 » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 10:05 pm

desijoey wrote:
mutleeyc wrote:i just called them, boys can go too , but only PR s


Hi mutleeyc!What number did you call?Maybe can enquire if those with diplomas or degrees have to freeze any amount in their accounts...:p


It varies from case to case, you can still join without having to do the dip. program if you are selected. Just go and listen to their briefing tomorrow.My friend is going as well.
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Postby nana07 » Sun, 17 Jun 2007 7:06 pm

i think the freezing of $8k in the account is crap. i mean like sponsorship of diploma people may be attracted as they do not have that money to further studies thus would be good for them. if they could afford $8k upfront, they might as well study private school outside on their own.

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Postby babypink » Wed, 20 Jun 2007 11:29 pm

i feel that the 8k bond is actually depriving some hopefuls who are less privileged from attaining their dreams as an FA. :(


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