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CTC WINGS in partnership with Flybe
We are delighted to confirm the opening of the 2014 application window for the CTC WINGS ATPL integrated cadet pilot programme in partnership with Flybe.
Applications for the 2014 window will be accepted through this website only between midday on 1st April 2014 and midday on 30th April 2014.
This partnership provides a fantastic, part-sponsored opportunity for aspiring Flybe pilots to complete full time, ATPL/IR integrated basic and intermediate training at CTC Aviation's Crew Training Centres in the United Kingom and New Zealand or Phoenix, Arizona. The Q400 Type Rating will be completed at the Flybe Training Academy in Exeter (UK) before then flying the line as a Flybe Q400 First Officer.
The programme mirrors the standards already established by Flybe and CTC Aviation's world-renown "CTC WINGS" ATPL Integrated Route.
"Flybe and CTC Aviation share the same philosophy when it comes to abinitio training. Both companies are equally determined to ensure that tomorrow's pilots are offered the very best, airline-focused training. We have agreed a financial package for those applicants that meet the high standards both CTC Aviation and Flybe expect and we are delighted to once again be in a position to offer yet more aspiring pilots a great start to their careers." Ian Baston, Director of Flight Operations, Flybe