Flybe’s partner Approved Training Organisations (ATO) provide various routes to achieving a commercial pilot’s licence Each year Flybe offers a number of mentored or part sponsored places with four ATO’s. Full details of each scheme and application details can be found on the relevant website.
Flybe and CTC Aviation have announced the Flybe CTC Wings part-sponsored cadet programme.The part-sponsored programme will provide selected pilots with a significant financial contribution towards the training costs and the training costs with a conditional offer of employment as a First Officer on successful completion of the training. The part-sponsorship means that Flybe will make a contribution of £23,760 (including VAT) towards the cost of each cadet’s training with CTC Aviation. The part sponsored monies will be repaid to Flybe from the qualified pilot’s salary using a salary sacrifice scheme over a period of five years. All applications should be made to CTC Aviation from 1st April 2014.
Flybe continues the long standing working partnership with Flight Training Europe (FTE) offering some part sponsorship opportunities to successful candidates on the Multi Crew Pilot Licence course. This is an innovative new course making greater use of high level simulation and is specifically designed to produce a high quality airline professional. MPL training to date has resulted in a proven high success rate during subsequent type rating training with Flybe. Candidates for the MPL course will be selected by FTE and interviewed by Flybe prior to commencement of the training course. Visit www.ftejerez.com for further information.
Flybe is delighted to offer a partnership with Oxford Aviation Academy and partial sponsorship on their APP Pilot Training Integrated Course to produce high quality First Officers for the Dash 8 Q400 fleet. Selected candidates will undergo selection by Oxford Aviation Academy followed by interview by Flybe. Successful candidates will join the highly regarded APP Pilot Training Course including completion of a Jet Orientation Course (JOC). Flybe will make a substantial up front contribution towards the cost of the course and the candidate will be offered employment following successful completion of the course. Visit www.oaa.com for further information.
Flybe working in partnership with Stella aviation academy in Maastricht, the Netherlands, are delighted to offer the new part sponsored Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL) program to become a professional pilot with Flybe. The MPL is an innovative new course making greater use of high level simulation, specifically designed to produce a high quality airline professional."Flybe and Stella Aviation Academy are committed to providing future pilots the very best training, tailored for the needs of an airline pilot on a modern sophisticated aircraft flight deck. For those successful applicants that meet the high standards expected, Flybe and Stella Aviation Academy are delighted to announce that they have agreed a financial package to support them with this great start to their careers." says Ian Baston, Director of Flight Operations for Flybe Interested candidates will be selected by Stella and interviewed by Flybe prior to commencement of the course. Successful candidates will receive an offer of employment with Flybe.
Visit www.stella-aviation-academy.nl for further information.
Flybe is a full Airline Partner with Aeros based at Gloucester Airport. Over the years Flybe has taken a regular supply of pilots who have graduated through Aeros’ modular ATPL course resulting in a very high success rate through Type Rating training. Although Flybe does not operate a sponsorship or assisted training scheme with Aeros, any candidates completing a successful Company selection procedure will be offered JOC at AFT. Flybe is proud to be associated with Aeros as a provider of Modular Training Courses. Visit www.aeros.co.uk for further information.
Flybe is proud to be a full Airline Partner with Professional Air Training Ltd (PAT) based at Bournemouth Airport. PAT specialises in modular training for the Multi CPL/IR. Flybe has been operating an established recommendation scheme for students training with PAT since January 2008 with a very high success rate. Any candidates completing a successful Company selection process who do not complete a JOC course during their training will be offered a fully funded JOC course through Flybe. Visit www.pat.uk.com for further information.
Flybe is pleased to be associated with BCFT who offer modular training from PPL through to frozen ATPL. BCFT can offer a wide range of courses at its school in Bournemouth and has been operating with a high success rate for the past 10 years. Visit bcft.aero for further information.