Airways Aviation to launch UK and Ireland pilot training scholarship
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The International aviation training organisation Airways Aviation is introducing a new scholarship to prospective pilots at its next Airline Pilot Careers Day
Held at the company’s purpose-built training academy in Oxford on Saturday 18th March, Airways Aviation will mark the occasion by announcing the launch of its UK & Ireland pilot training scholarship. Those in attendance will be the first to hear the full details of how they could receive £35,000 towards the price of a full-time EASA pilot training course.
On the day, future students will also have the opportunity to hear newly appointed head of training Ian Cheese outline exactly what airlines are looking for in recruiting graduate pilots.
Recent Airways Aviation graduates and experienced pilots will also be in attendance to talk about life in a modern, multi-crew flight deck as well as answering any questions budding pilots may have about flight training, a career in aviation and everything in between.
Ian Cooper, CEO Airways Aviation, says: “Our Airline Pilot Careers Day will be packed with opportunities for aspiring pilots to check out our range of facilities, meet staff and current students and experience our unique learning environment. I’m looking forward to launching our new pilot training scholarship and to welcoming everyone to Airways Aviation.”
Attendees must be 18 years-old or over and should register a place for themselves and each member of their party attending at https://airwaysaviation.com/go/airline-pilot-careers-day.
Spaces to attend the event are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. A waiting list will run once all available spaces have been filled.
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