easyJet Pilot training
The application window for the CTC-easyJet MPL Cadet programme is currently closed.
However, we are planning further opportunities in the near future. If you missed your chance with this application window, but would like to be the first to hear when we have any CTC Wings or easyJet news, please register for updates above. Or, if you are raring to get airborne, then apply to CTC Wings today! We have an unrivalled placement record for our CTC Wings graduates and you could be considered for placement with any one of our Partner Airlines on completion of training....learn more
Make your career fly with easyJet and CTC
easyJet and their preferred cadet training provider, CTC, have teamed up yet again! This time it is to deliver a Multi-crew Pilot Licence training programme for tomorrow's easyJet pilots.
Ever since day one, when easyJet first took to the skies, CTC Aviation has been part of the easyJet team. Over the years, CTC has delivered more than 10,000 training courses for easyJet pilots and 1,124 CTC Wings graduates have begun their career as an easyJet First Officer.
CTC's easyJet MPL cadet programme will provide opportunities for 36 aspiring pilots* to be pre-selected by Europe's leading airline and train with one of the world's leading airline training companies.
If you think you have what it takes to be an easyJet pilot, you would be hard-pressed to find a better opportunity. easyJet and CTC are both trail blazers in their own arenas. Between us we demand and deliver the highest standards; ensuring the right people are selected, the very best training is provided using state of the art resources and industry-leading techniques, or the most professional, safety and customer care-conscious pilots are at the controls - together, CTC Wings and easyJet are offering fantastic opportunities for tomorrow's airline pilots.
As an easyjet pilot you will work on one of the world's most modern fleets of over 200 Airbus aircraft; flying over 54 million passengers each year on more than 600 routes across Europe. At easyJet nothing is impossible and that philosophy is reflected in the airline's approach to providing career progression opportunities for new pilots. Many CTC Wings graduates who joined easyJet now hold command and senior management positions with easyJet. Graduates of our easyJet MPL cadet programme can benefit from the same such opportunities - you could be a Captain before you know it!
Turning Europe Orange
easyJet's vision is to turn Europe orange. The airline's network is expanding across Europe significantly; operating out of key airports around Europe with over 50% of their passengers originating outside of the UK. It is with this growth in mind that easyJet is keen to recruit more pilots from around Europe. CTC is helping with this vision and we in turn are keen to encourage more applicants from across Europe as well as the UK. Indeed, wherever you are around the world, providing you have the unrestricted right to live and work in the EEA and meet our entry criteria, you could soon taking to the skies as an easyJet First Officer.
Learn more about easyJet and then decide if you've got what it takes to become an easyJet pilot. If so, why wait? Read on and apply today!
* After training and subject to proficiency, pilots can expect to be offered a contract to fly for easyJet through CTC FlexiCrew. Pilots become eligible for full time employment with easyJet after 2 years and 1,250 hours flown..
This initial intake of 36 cadets will be selected and commence training during summer/autumn 2013. It is anticipated that there will be further opportunities in the future. If you miss this application window, you can register to keep up to date with details of future application windows. Alternatively, you can apply to CTC Wings at any time throughout the year. easyJet will continue to select from our CTC Wings graduate hold pool to fulfil their cadet pilot intake requirement over and above those trained through the CTC easyJet MPL cadet programme.
The application window will close at 2359 (British Summer Time) on Friday 14 June 2013.
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