Adria to launch recruitment roadshow

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Adria Airways is inviting experienced pilots and maintenance experts to attend its Recruitment Roadshow in Brussels and Munich tomorrow, on Wednesday, February 20. The Adria Airways Roadshow is an open information session for all type of experienced pilots and maintenance experts. The Slovenian carrier regularly employs skilled flight crew, interested in a career with the airline. "The Roadshow is a unique opportunity to meet face to face with the Adria Airways management team who will be available to answer all the questions to those that are interested", the company said. The Brussels Roadshow will be held at the Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Airport (Grensstraat 3) at 09.30, while the one in Munich will take place at 15.30 at the Hilton Munich Airport (Terminalstra├če Mitte 20).

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  1. Can anybody visit and ask them - do you know what are you doing? :)

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  2. This is simply crazy. A couple of weeks ago we were reading about 15 million euro loss (probably even more), mounting debts, creative acounting etc. And now, JP is doing business as if they were Qatar, Emirates, Ryanair etc. This is completely crazy, and since JP seems to be bulletproof to everyday economic laws, I think they will never go bankrupt.

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  3. Haters gonna hate

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  4. Good luck with recruitment, when the terms and conditions are worse than most LCCs in Europe.

    In the past they used to get away with saturated pilot market and the fact that most of Slovenians don't like to leave their childhood village, but those times are over.

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  5. I can already see Lufthansa pilots raising the tents outside the Hilton Munich Airport not to miss the event tomorrow.

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  6. I was really impressed with first 4K business moves some times ago, it seemed that the people know how to run the business and lead the Company but all next steps were very confusing... What to say, they looks like lost in space and each further move are subject of imagination. Let the God help them in future development and operations. I forgot to mention acquisition or lease of 10 SSJ100, my question is WHY ???

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  7. Impressive and brave move for Adria.

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