Become a pilot, study Aviation Business


A university degree is becoming an increasingly appealing option for junior pilots, since it offers them a second mainstay alongside a flying career.

This kind of program can open up career opportunities in airline management and offer a fallback plan in the event that a pilot becomes unable to fly for medical reasons, for example.

With all this in mind, InterCockpit , a company of Pilot Training Network GmbH, has teamed up with Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes (HTW), a university of applied sciences, to offer a dual program of vocational training and an academic degree for junior pilots. It combines training as an airline pilot (ATPL) with the academic program "Aviation Business - Piloting and Airline Management." The dual program, which takes six semesters to complete, teaches participants commercial and technical knowledge as well as specific skills for use in the aviation sector.

12/07/2013


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