VA Airline Training Career Day - Ryanair Mentored

 

To celebrate and promote our new approved training partnership with Ryanair and launch of an exciting new Mentored APS MCC course, we're opening the doors to our Airline Training Centre at Cambridge Airport on Sunday 14th July.

You’re warmly invited to visit, attend seminars, fly our simulators (B737NG and A320) with our airline pilot instructors - with the focus of the event on becoming a pilot with Ryanair as well as meet current Ryanair pilots in person. We'll also be sharing information about our Airbus A320 APS MCC and Airline Career Training (ACT) courses.

If you're either completing pilot training, already graduated with a PPL/CPL/IR and need to decide where to go for your MCC training or you’re now thinking ahead to your first flying role, then please come and join us:

  • Attend a seminar delivered by VA and Ryanair pilots about how to become an airline pilot via the Modular pathway and what it's like to fly as an airline pilot

  • Learn about our new Ryanair mentored APS MCC course and how to apply

  • Meet VA APS MCC graduates that now fly for Ryanair

  • Experience flying a latest generation simulator used on our courses - B737NG and A320.

We're open from 10am until 3pm.

Speaking schedule:

  • 11am – An introduction to the Ryanair Mentored APS MCC course

  • 1pm – VA Ryanair graduate – A day in the life of a Ryanair pilot

  • 2pm – VA Ryanair graduate – A day in the life of a Ryanair pilot

Parking at our Cambridge Airport Airline Training Centre is free of charge and we are right next to the Cambridge Newmarket Road Park and Ride which runs from the city centre every 15 minutes.

Discover more about VA Airline Training and our Ryanair Mentored APS MCC Course at va-airlinetraining.com/ryanair-apsmcc and let your career take flight!

Notes:

  • This particular careers event is open mainly to all pilots currently seriously considering/undergoing professional pilot training (PPL/CPL/IR)

  • Filming/photography will take place at the event

  • Due to Health and Safety reasons – minimum age for attendance is 12 years

 
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