Cebu Pacific in Need of 16 Cadet Pilots


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Do you have a college degree? Are you good in English, Math, and Science? Do you want to become a pilot and fly a plane? You can join the Cebu Pacific’s training program called “study now, pay later, no interest.” The registration has already begun last Friday, February 15 and will end until February 24 of this year. Through this offer, the busy airline company is looking to recruit 16 candidates as part of their expansion program. This opportunity is open to all Filipino citizens who have an average grade minimum of 70% during their college.

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Through amortization, payments will be collected without interest upon their employment at Cebu Pacific through deduction of their salary for a period of ten years. The country’s biggest carrier will be shouldering, including salary, a program that would include 52-week integrated flight training, theory and education at Flight Training Adelaide (FTA) in Australia. All participants will undergo learning modules, training in a flight simulator and finally, do the actual application of the skill.

Interested applicants will not be required to pay registration fee. The process only begins with an online pre-screening, to be followed by an on-site screening for pilot aptitude tests and core skills including other examinations. However, the processes on this part cost 425 AUD (Php 19,000), including the final interview and deliberation.

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Candidates who will be qualified through this training will receive “Diplomas of Aviation for Commercial Pilot License – Aeroplane, Instrument Rating and for Pilot in Command training plus a 4-week training to obtain pilot’s license under the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).

According to Cebu Pacific’s CEO Lance Gokongwei, the airline company is looking to receive 12 new aircrafts this year for their expansion plan. “On average, we will be receiving one brand new aircraft per month which we can use to increase capacity in key markets or even launch new routes. For 2019, we expect capacity to grow from low to mid-teen.”, Gokongwei said. The Along with this, the company also upgraded its baggage policy last month, January, to further improve its services for its customers.

For more details, visit: http://www.flyfta.com/pilot-training/cebu-pacific-cadet-program.

To apply on the program, go to: https://www.flyfta.com

 


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