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Postby theknees » Sat, 19 Jan 2008 1:11 pm

teruteru wrote:May i know when do they start counting down the bond period??
From the day we enter the training in SIN or the day we stepped into Jap for training?
As for the bond, i heard from people that its ok (no penalty) to break the bond when u have not stepped into Jap.. is it true?


it begins when you leave for NRT. yes you can still resign when you are in Singapore without having to pay the penalty.

love`Qoo wrote:the swimming is emergency training.. not a test actually.. with life vest on.. not to worry..

bond is 22mths to be exact.. and yes,from the day u depart from SIN to TYO..


its 22 months now? it was 20. before that was 15.
love`Qoo you've started training?
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Postby love`Qoo » Sat, 19 Jan 2008 6:08 pm

theknees wrote:
teruteru wrote:May i know when do they start counting down the bond period??
From the day we enter the training in SIN or the day we stepped into Jap for training?
As for the bond, i heard from people that its ok (no penalty) to break the bond when u have not stepped into Jap.. is it true?


it begins when you leave for NRT. yes you can still resign when you are in Singapore without having to pay the penalty.

love`Qoo wrote:the swimming is emergency training.. not a test actually.. with life vest on.. not to worry..

bond is 22mths to be exact.. and yes,from the day u depart from SIN to TYO..


its 22 months now? it was 20. before that was 15.
love`Qoo you've started training?


im sorry.. my mistake.. it was 20mths.. :P yes,started training.. departing to tokyo tomorrow morning.. you are already a crew with JAL right? started flying?

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Postby theknees » Sat, 19 Jan 2008 11:33 pm

love`Qoo wrote:im sorry.. my mistake.. it was 20mths.. :P yes,started training.. departing to tokyo tomorrow morning.. you are already a crew with JAL right? started flying?


pm-ed you!
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lost it....

Postby princess_mermaid » Mon, 21 Jan 2008 11:45 am

:cry: :cry: :cry:

Im so sad now...cant embark on the career I wanted at this point of time.
Hopefully, i still get the chance soon after everything is settled over at home a month later.. its a tough decision!




I miss them..ALOT.


bleah.. bring me back.
soon.

For those who didnt get in, stay positive..
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Jiayou!

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JAL recruitment. i am awaittin

Postby jR_iT's_me » Mon, 21 Jan 2008 2:40 pm

hi, i am new wld luv to noe more abt airlines career over the forum. wld be great if everyone is sharin their experience. I been working out since 6 mths bk when i left my retail job as a shop in charge position. no doubt the pay was gd at my age i din resign becuz of the bad job load when u are paid the amt u haf to work dat job load. I left cuz of the weak security system in the company they dun haf cctv in the shop so area manager wld cum dwn n take money frm cash box n make it their own pocket money n as long as u keep ur mouth shut n do the dirty job for them they wil simply promote u. yesh, its nt fair i work so hard everydae w/o complaining n i dun gain anyting so i told myself to go. I am young need nt stay in such unhealthy enviroment so i tell myself to try airline i lost 8 kg in 3 mths n stil workin hard on it, i dun haf baby skin complexion mine is bad. I went for facial twice in a month buy skin product, skipping everydae hope to grow a little taller even i stop my growing stage. Whether i get in or not at least i try dun regret 10 yrs dwn the road n tel urself "shit! i shld haf tried whu noes i may get in " den u din even try. I am sure god noes wats best for each of us even i dun get in i am sure god haf sumting awaittin for me. sorrie for so long-winded. cheerS* everyone!

jR*

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Postby baroque » Sat, 02 Feb 2008 9:30 pm

anyone knows how does the medical check-up goes in JAL? what are the requirements?

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Postby mirachel » Sat, 02 Feb 2008 9:53 pm

yeah the medical round is quite simple.
Like you have to go through a full mediccal checkup.
Urine test, and then the doc will just check your whole body.
And they will x ray you too..
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Postby astarlesha » Sat, 02 Feb 2008 11:26 pm

Hi! What are the requirements for JAL? Are they very strict over the height issue?

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Postby theknees » Sun, 03 Feb 2008 1:16 pm

baroque wrote:anyone knows how does the medical check-up goes in JAL? what are the requirements?


you can read through the whole thread and you will know.

but for your convenience.

urine test, eyesight, hearing test, x-ray, full body checkup and the doctor will also ask you a few questions. if you do everything in one day it will take around 3-4 hours including waiting time.
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Postby baroque » Sun, 03 Feb 2008 1:21 pm

theknees - oic.. Actually, the thing that really concerns me is whether they will reject candidates that have scoliosis about 20 degrees?
I wonder if they have the same requirements as SIA. If it is, i have to give up being a flight attendant :(

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Postby theknees » Sun, 03 Feb 2008 2:15 pm

baroque wrote:theknees - oic.. Actually, the thing that really concerns me is whether they will reject candidates that have scoliosis about 20 degrees?
I wonder if they have the same requirements as SIA. If it is, i have to give up being a flight attendant :(


i really wouldn't know specifically like. how many degrees they would reject. its not something i would ask. i don't think anyone would know as well. its something only the doctor would know. and you wouldn't know till you actually go through it yourself.

like they always say. you never know till you try.
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Postby bijou » Sun, 03 Feb 2008 4:50 pm

astarlesha wrote:Hi! What are the requirements for JAL? Are they very strict over the height issue?



Yes.. sorry to say that.. Every round there will be height measurements before they let u have the interview.. I saw a girl being rejected on the door after her height is measured. but as long as u are 158 and above there should be no problem. However if u do not meet the height requirement, u can always try :wink:

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Postby purple.sara » Mon, 04 Feb 2008 9:45 am

may i jus ask when is the next JAL recruitment? can't seem to find it on the site...thanks

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Postby llentimes » Tue, 05 Feb 2008 2:23 am

I dont think they are having any recruitments any. But you can keep a lookout in their form or newspaper. Good luck 2 u!
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Postby purple.sara » Tue, 05 Feb 2008 11:33 am

okie..thanks for the info...=)


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