The training will begin with a screening process that includes a personality profile to help set the standard for delivering elite cadets back to the airline. The training will be FAA & EASA based and will be completed in partnership with The Belgian Flight School (BFS).
It will include courses on ATC English, high altitude, upset recovery, jet orientation and Airbus, Boeing, Embraer familiarization.
The training will be conducted in Sanford (Florida-USA) and in Belgium, where cadets will perform the Multi-Engine stage of their program.
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