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Postby missSHER » Sun, 18 Apr 2010 6:51 pm

Qistianna wrote:Dovee, your welcome..

Well,

yeap.. for jetstar international you have to pay an upfront of $1850 upon joining the company.. bond is 2 years if im not wrong.. you'll get it back after the contract of 2 years.. well, from what some of my friends said, take home pay depends on the roster that you get and also how much sales you do in the aircraft.. more layovers, more pay.. recently, a friend brought back about 2.4k.. on normal days, at least 1.8k and above..


you have any idea whats the average pay for jetstar asia? :)

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Postby fir-ais » Sun, 18 Apr 2010 6:57 pm

Hi All,

Anyone nice enough to share the email add for jetstar int'l??

Thanks in advance.

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Postby Qistianna » Sun, 18 Apr 2010 7:03 pm

hmm..

jetstar asia.. basic pay around $700-$850.. which of course.. excludes all the allowances you will get.. average take home pay, quoted from a friend, at least 1.5-1.8 . . on good days can bring hme about 2k.. depends how much you can do within that 100 to 150 hours of flying time.. and also your sales in the aircraft.. :)

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Postby Qistianna » Sun, 18 Apr 2010 7:07 pm

fir-ais wrote:Hi All,

Anyone nice enough to share the email add for jetstar int'l??

Thanks in advance.


Im not sure about jetstar int'l though.. because they dont take in resume applications if im not wrong.. however, for jetstar asia.. there is an email add you can send your resume to.. :)

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Postby girlzz » Mon, 19 Apr 2010 12:40 am

Qistianna wrote:
fir-ais wrote:Hi All,

Anyone nice enough to share the email add for jetstar int'l??

Thanks in advance.


Im not sure about jetstar int'l though.. because they dont take in resume applications if im not wrong.. however, for jetstar asia.. there is an email add you can send your resume to.. :)


Well, i have already sent my resume few weeks back for Jetstar Asia and till now no reply from them.Guess i'm out :cry:

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Postby Qistianna » Mon, 19 Apr 2010 10:37 am

girlzz wrote:
Qistianna wrote:
fir-ais wrote:Hi All,

Anyone nice enough to share the email add for jetstar int'l??

Thanks in advance.


Im not sure about jetstar int'l though.. because they dont take in resume applications if im not wrong.. however, for jetstar asia.. there is an email add you can send your resume to.. :)


Well, i have already sent my resume few weeks back for Jetstar Asia and till now no reply from them.Guess i'm out :cry:


Hey babe.. dont give up.. try sending it again.. besides jetstar asia are always recruiting.. they seem to be recruiting these few months lately.. they had a recruitment exercise last mth and now this mth.. so.. try again ok.. :wink:

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Postby candiesboy » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 2:58 pm

Now jetstar asia quite strict hor? Got height measurement, then introduction not yourself but for those whom u picked thru lucky draw method. whaha then got management rd. But the person was saying once you got into management rd more or less u're safe BUT might some got eliminated.

Tmr my management rd. God bless. :)

i saw a guy the height only 158 got sent home? So height is impt?

anyway dont despair just wait for the call. They will call :)

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Postby kinderjoy » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 3:12 pm

candiesboy wrote:Now jetstar asia quite strict hor? Got height measurement, then introduction not yourself but for those whom u picked thru lucky draw method. whaha then got management rd. But the person was saying once you got into management rd more or less u're safe BUT might some got eliminated.

Tmr my management rd. God bless. :)

i saw a guy the height only 158 got sent home? So height is impt?

anyway dont despair just wait for the call. They will call :)


my dear, of cos height is important.. we have to close the overhead compartment. and sometimes help pax to stow there bags, so if anyone is not tall enough will end up climbing on the seat to do it.. which i see pax doing it. :-#

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Postby candiesboy » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 3:38 pm

kinderjoy wrote:
candiesboy wrote:Now jetstar asia quite strict hor? Got height measurement, then introduction not yourself but for those whom u picked thru lucky draw method. whaha then got management rd. But the person was saying once you got into management rd more or less u're safe BUT might some got eliminated.

Tmr my management rd. God bless. :)

i saw a guy the height only 158 got sent home? So height is impt?

anyway dont despair just wait for the call. They will call :)


my dear, of cos height is important.. we have to close the overhead compartment. and sometimes help pax to stow there bags, so if anyone is not tall enough will end up climbing on the seat to do it.. which i see pax doing it. :-#


yeah i also think is important too cos must ensure safety for passenger, ltr if the crew cannot reach malu le kekeke :)

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Postby wphighness » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 4:21 pm

what is the meet the management session? what is it like and how it go through?

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Postby candiesboy » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 3:33 pm

I"M HERE to share my good news WHAHA I made it into jetstar asia with my first attempt. I will starting my training in june 7th yeay and get to fly in august and best part we got new route to japan and we get to landover there! I love japan YEAYYYYYYY ... now not bad got bonus also. Just started only. To those hopeful Good luck.

For those who wanna know what is management rd is something like meeting the higher management ppl? :)

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Postby kinderjoy » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 4:04 pm

candiesboy wrote:I"M HERE to share my good news WHAHA I made it into jetstar asia with my first attempt. I will starting my training in june 7th yeay and get to fly in august and best part we got new route to japan and we get to landover there! I love japan YEAYYYYYYY ... now not bad got bonus also. Just started only. To those hopeful Good luck.

For those who wanna know what is management rd is something like meeting the higher management ppl? :)


i think is laying over in tpe. is nt cfm whether LO in osaka or tpe. anyway, gd luck. :)

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Postby candiesboy » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 4:06 pm

oic. But i think they also say LO at osaka nvm keep my finger cross and thanks kinderjoy :)

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Postby candiesboy » Fri, 30 Apr 2010 1:53 pm

Qistianna wrote:well, from what i know,

jetstar asia only flies to asian countries, mostly or in fact, all turn around flights.. recruitment wise, i believe its always through sending of resumes to their recruitment email add which can be found in their website.. and they'll call you if your shortlisted for an interview..

jetstar international flies to countries such as australia, japan and hawaii.. and they do layover flights..which i believe they will earn more ..recruitment wise is mostly through open days on which they usually publish in the papers for walk in interviews..


Ermm I thought its Jetstar asia whois flying to japan instead of intl? As Japan is part of asia? And now Jetstar asia will have layover flight for those doing shift for Japan or perth. HTHs :)

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Postby kinderjoy » Fri, 30 Apr 2010 5:21 pm

candiesboy wrote:
Qistianna wrote:well, from what i know,

jetstar asia only flies to asian countries, mostly or in fact, all turn around flights.. recruitment wise, i believe its always through sending of resumes to their recruitment email add which can be found in their website.. and they'll call you if your shortlisted for an interview..

jetstar international flies to countries such as australia, japan and hawaii.. and they do layover flights..which i believe they will earn more ..recruitment wise is mostly through open days on which they usually publish in the papers for walk in interviews..


Ermm I thought its Jetstar asia whois flying to japan instead of intl? As Japan is part of asia? And now Jetstar asia will have layover flight for those doing shift for Japan or perth. HTHs :)


jetstar asia flys to osaka and perth will have layover there. jetstar asia also do turn ard flts. rumors said they end of the yr, JSA will also have LO in china such as beijing and shanghai..
Qistianna- JSA do NOT only do turn ard. unless ur roster is so terrible.


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