And if you fail again, don’t worry. Relax, and take it again when you feel that you’re ready.
I got 26/34… I’m giving up I think
Can you maybe accept me and teach me?
You need to just get one more question right! You’re so close!
I have a problem with the pattern work stuff… Where can I find some info??
Hello @rubinedan you are very very close… Just 1 more correct answer and you are in…
We used to have the training practice but it was very inefficient for us with lots of pilots…
But if you really feel you can’t reach the benchmark … please drop me a DM…
But we hope you try once more and achieve 😉😄😄
Not so close to the goal mate! Don’t give up! You can do it. I know it can be hard, but don’t give up. And make sure to drop a pm to one of the Staff of AFKLM or maybe themselves.
Good luck :)
Nice thread good luck guys!
I cant remember what i got on the test. Hopefully will be apart of the VA soon
Good choice, you’ll see the best VA in IF.
Hope to see you soon in the skies :)
how can I join ???
I am intesreted to join as an pilot for the Boeing 777 series…
You have to level up to reach the B777
If you are accepted (hopefully you will)
With Air France, you’ll need to be Rank 3.
With KLM, you’ll need to be Rank 3 too.
You’ll be there in no time, there’s always active pilots that loves to do group flights or there is always someone you can talk with.
There’s so many routes and people, you’ll never get bored of that.
See you soon in the AFKLM skies!
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Hi there. I registered yesterday morning, and did the written exam (I got over 70%, around 79 I think) and everything, but haven’t heard anything yet…not even an acknowledgement email? Is this normal, or is there someone on here I should speak to?
It’s on 34 points.
Dont’ worry, if you passed, a staff will get back to you ASAP. Pm @AF-KLM_VA for information.
Ah yes I know I got 27 :). I calculated to percentage once I saw the score.
Thanks for your reply!
Anytime! Good day! Hope to see you soon in the AFKLM Family!
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