The world leading airline training and pilot resourcing company CTC Aviation, has been selected to play an integral role in easyJet’s current recruitment drive.
Europe’s leading airline announced yesterday (26 March 2013 - release attached) that it will be recruiting 200 pilots for 2014 from several sources including cadet pilots starting their career, military pilots seeking to join the civilian aviation sector and experienced pilots who wish to build their career at easyJet.
CTC has worked in partnership with easyJet since they began operations in 1995. Since then over 2,500 easyJet pilots have been trained by CTC and 1,124 graduates of CTC’s cadet pilot programme “CTC Wings” have started their flying careers with the airline.
CTC’s Chief Executive, Rob Clarke said “As easyJet’s preferred training provider, we are delighted that CTC continues to play a significant role in supporting the airline’s future pilot requirements. All indications are that the CTC Wings programme will remain a valuable, continuous source of pilots for easyJet as their growth plans evolve.
“Over the years of working so closely with the airline, it has become clear to us just how dedicated easyJet is to growing the skills of their people by ensuring the highest level of training for its pilot workforce throughout their career. We have been very proud to work in conjunction with easyJet to develop innovative and pioneering training solutions; an example of which is a new easyJet MPL cadet programme, in conjunction with CTC, which we will be releasing details of very soon.”
CTC delivers a comprehensive portfolio of training for both new and experienced pilots and the company calculates that they have delivered well over 10,000 different training details for easyJet pilots over the years; from initial type rating, through command skills development and instructor courses, to examiner standardisation programmes.
Brian Tyrrell, Head of Flight Operations for easyJet said “CTC has consistently provided us with a supply of pilots of the very best quality, and many of our CTC Wings graduates now hold command and senior management positions with us. We are really excited to be in a position to be offering more such opportunities for both new and experienced pilots who want to grow their careers with easyJet. We are looking forward to working even more closely with CTC on our new easyJet MPL Cadet programme, as well as other training initiatives into the future.”
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