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Postby iwannefly » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 4:53 pm

juzaga1 wrote:I was told that I m unfit to fly.. :cry:



OMG... wat happen??

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Postby vicalodia » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 4:55 pm

Now I am really in a dilemma... wonder if they allow putting my name in the next intake.. so i can join in the next intake.. currently i still dunno wad i want and i cant decide immediately. by 10th Jan I have to decide whether sign the bond or not.. Someone pls enlighten me...

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Postby juzaga1 » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 4:57 pm

iwannefly wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:I was told that I m unfit to fly.. :cry:



OMG... wat happen??



The clinic said back problem.. I will see the doc again next week..

I m really so sad..

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Postby VeniE » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 5:03 pm

juzaga1 wrote:
iwannefly wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:I was told that I m unfit to fly.. :cry:



OMG... wat happen??



The clinic said back problem.. I will see the doc again next week..

I m really so sad..


you have scoliosis(s-spine)?
Soaring above all

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Postby juzaga1 » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 5:12 pm

VeniE wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:
iwannefly wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:I was told that I m unfit to fly.. :cry:



OMG... wat happen??



The clinic said back problem.. I will see the doc again next week..

I m really so sad..


you have scoliosis(s-spine)?


I m not sure.. But I think should be..

My dream to be FA is gone.. :cry:

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Postby iwannefly » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 5:35 pm

juzaga1 wrote:
VeniE wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:
iwannefly wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:I was told that I m unfit to fly.. :cry:



OMG... wat happen??



The clinic said back problem.. I will see the doc again next week..

I m really so sad..


you have scoliosis(s-spine)?


I m not sure.. But I think should be..

My dream to be FA is gone.. :cry:


but do u have any history of scoliosis ?? mayb u never stand straight enough?? at least they are asking u to go back .. mayb it's a false alarm.. don give up yet k ?

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Postby juzaga1 » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 5:43 pm

iwannefly wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:
VeniE wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:
iwannefly wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:I was told that I m unfit to fly.. :cry:



OMG... wat happen??



The clinic said back problem.. I will see the doc again next week..

I m really so sad..


you have scoliosis(s-spine)?


I m not sure.. But I think should be..

My dream to be FA is gone.. :cry:


but do u have any history of scoliosis ?? mayb u never stand straight enough?? at least they are asking u to go back .. mayb it's a false alarm.. don give up yet k ?



The clinic didnt ask me to go back at first.. I kept on asking her questions then she suggested maybe I should fix appt with the doc who said i m unfit..

I suppose no more hope anymore..

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Postby iwannefly » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 5:49 pm

juzaga1 wrote:
iwannefly wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:
VeniE wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:
iwannefly wrote:
juzaga1 wrote:I was told that I m unfit to fly.. :cry:



OMG... wat happen??



The clinic said back problem.. I will see the doc again next week..

I m really so sad..


you have scoliosis(s-spine)?


I m not sure.. But I think should be..

My dream to be FA is gone.. :cry:


but do u have any history of scoliosis ?? mayb u never stand straight enough?? at least they are asking u to go back .. mayb it's a false alarm.. don give up yet k ?



The clinic didnt ask me to go back at first.. I kept on asking her questions then she suggested maybe I should fix appt with the doc who said i m unfit..

I suppose no more hope anymore..


haiz... go find out from the doc why u failed..... mayb there's still hope if it's not so serious...

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Postby juzaga1 » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 5:58 pm

Thanks, iwannefly. :)

I know u want to fly too. If i remember correctly, u went for the final interview tat time right.

Jia you ok. Try for the next intake. I hope to hear good news from u.

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Postby iwannefly » Thu, 03 Jan 2008 6:10 pm

juzaga1 wrote:Thanks, iwannefly. :)

I know u want to fly too. If i remember correctly, u went for the final interview tat time right.

Jia you ok. Try for the next intake. I hope to hear good news from u.


hee... i guess there's alot of gers out there who wanne fly too... ^^

ya lor.. lolz.. thou i got into the management round.. but i didn't get thru..

hee... i definitely will try again.. but recently there's no recruitment for jal so gotta wait... meanwhile i will try other airline... not gonna give up my dream to fly ...

jazaga1... you too k? don give up yet... u come so far.. so i don tink u wanne give up like this... ^^ hope i can hear the good news from u ...

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Postby teruteru » Fri, 04 Jan 2008 1:20 am

Dear JAL stewardress,

I was reading through the thread and hearing some comments from people around me that the culture in JAL is really hard to get used to.. One of them told me that when they started training in Japan, its very tough for them and they were not treated very nicely..
I would like to hear from more JAL FA out there..
Can anyone kindly share?
Is it really that bad? that people start to regret after joining?
Is the route that bad too till some people hardly fly in a month?

Thanks to comment so that we can understand this job even more before we stepped into the field.. :)

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Postby love`Qoo » Fri, 04 Jan 2008 11:21 pm

teruteru wrote:Dear JAL stewardress,

I was reading through the thread and hearing some comments from people around me that the culture in JAL is really hard to get used to.. One of them told me that when they started training in Japan, its very tough for them and they were not treated very nicely..
I would like to hear from more JAL FA out there..
Can anyone kindly share?
Is it really that bad? that people start to regret after joining?
Is the route that bad too till some people hardly fly in a month?

Thanks to comment so that we can understand this job even more before we stepped into the field.. :)


culture is something that u should learn and get use to since u intend to join a japanese company.. it's basically,a japanese company?!?!!! as what i know,training in japan is tough but the people are nice there..

i dont know the meaning of 'not treated very nicely' means.. people do back out,but due to many reasons.. :? usually not because of the company.. cos of culture as mentioned,this job is not as 'glam' as they thought of,everything is not a bed of roses as it's not only just about being a high flying waitress etc etc..

to what i know,those who only flies 1-2 flights per month is because they are the trainers for trainees (ground job)..schedules are not as bad.. it is reasonable.. :)

someone mentioned that the pay here compared with SQ.. in my point of view,yes,SQ flies more routes,definitely more money and better compared to few routes here.. but thing is,u cant get the same amount of pay here in SQ when u do the same amount of job..

SQ service as people know,its very good.. but u gotta work alot and much more harder than compared to JAL.. not saying we dont work hard though.. as in if SQ flies the same few routes as JAL now,same pay,but JAL workload is much lighter.. :roll:

once again,depend onhow u look at it.. :P

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Postby teruteru » Sat, 05 Jan 2008 2:08 am

thanks gal..

Your reply is really useful for all of us!
Have a good time flying!

:)

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Postby singsong » Sat, 05 Jan 2008 2:05 pm

how come JAL recruits so many crews recently? high turnover rates or more flts for us... keke

anyway, i am interested to join JAL but i have a question, if i were to break the bond, would the bond be pro-rated like SQ or we need to pay the full lump sum??

really appreciate if anyone from JAL would reply me

thanks.

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Postby love`Qoo » Sat, 05 Jan 2008 4:05 pm

singsong wrote:how come JAL recruits so many crews recently? high turnover rates or more flts for us... keke

anyway, i am interested to join JAL but i have a question, if i were to break the bond, would the bond be pro-rated like SQ or we need to pay the full lump sum??

really appreciate if anyone from JAL would reply me

thanks.


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