Roadshow for aspiring airline pilots coming to Spain and Portugal
PUBLISHED: 15:04 29 April 2016 | UPDATED: 15:04 29 April 2016
CTC Aviation - the airline pilot training organisation – is introducing its careers road show to Madrid and Lisbon this May.
The organisation has announced that it will be holding free airline pilot careers events in Spain and Portugal this May for anyone aspiring for a career as a pilot. Registration for tickets is now open.
Following a series of shows that took place across France in April, CTC Aviation airline pilot careers advisers, trainee and graduate pilots will be visiting Madrid on Saturday 21 May and Lisbon on Sunday 22 May to give aspiring airline pilots the opportunity to discover more about how to become an airline pilot, where to train, and how to secure that all important First Officer job.
For those with little or no flying experience, the CTC WINGS Integrated ATPL ‘whitetail’ airline pilot career programme takes aspiring pilots on a full-time airline pilot training journey. Graduates of this route have gone on to secure placements with airlines including easyJet, British Airways, Flybe, Ryanair, Monarch and Thomas Cook Airlines.
For those looking to follow a modular route of airline pilot training, CTC TAKEOFF offers a number of flexible, professional pilot training courses and gives trainees the opportunity to be placed with one of CTC Aviation’s airline partners.
For licensed pilots, the CTC ATP programme is designed to select, train and prepare pilots to become eligible for aircraft type rating training and placement as a co-pilot with CTC Aviation’s growing list of Airline Partners such as Monarch, easyJet, Flybe, Ryanair and BA CityFlyer.
Aspiring pilots and their families who wish to know more about CTC Aviation’s airline pilot career programmes are encouraged to attend the free events, speak to the team and discover how to apply. Places are limited and registration is required.
CTC Aviation will be at Gran Meliá Fénix – Madrid on Saturday 21 May and Sana Lisboa– Lisbon on Sunday 22 May. A presentation on routes to the flight deck will be followed by the opportunity to speak directly with trainee pilots, airline pilots and the CTC Aviation airline pilot careers advice team.