Cebu Pacific is now accepting applicants in its Cadet Pilots Program.
For those who are looking for a career that will allow them to travel regularly in different places both locally and internationally, being a pilot is a good option. While aviation school may be expensive, being a pilot is one of the most lucrative, glamorous, literally, high-flying careers out there.
If you dream of being in control of an aircraft, then here is an excellent opportunity from Cebu Pacific. The search is on for the third batch of Cadet Pilots who will have the prestigious opportunity to be among the corps of aviators at the Philippines’ largest carrier.
In each batch, the Cebu Pacific Cadet Pilot Program sponsors 16 cadets who will undergo specialized aviation education at Flight Training Adelaide (FTA) in Adelaide, Australia. The program will run for 52 weeks. Throughout the program, the trainees will go through integrated flight exercises, and flight theory and educational courses to become licensed commercial pilots.
In its quest to make training more attainable for all aspiring pilots, Cebu Pacific will sponsor expenses and offer financing options with its “study now, pay later” program. Furthermore, cadets may apply for loans offered by the airline or other financial institutions and pay via salary deduction over a period of 10 years.
Filipinos who are college graduates and good in English, and are valid passport holders at least two years before the start of the program are qualified to apply. If you are interested to apply, you may send your updated CV online via bit.ly/CebCadetPilots from May 16 to May 22, 2018. Candidates will go through a three-step selection and screening process to assess their skills capability and organizational compatibility.
The Cebu Pacific Cadet Pilot Program began in October 2017. The program has recently sent off its first batch of graduates to Adelaide, Australia to embark on their exciting aviation career.
If you would like to live a life of traveling, then you may consider being a pilot. Apply now! Who knows, the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become a pilot might just be yours.
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