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Learn to fly with CAE and make your dream of becoming a pilot a reality. 5 reasons why you should make your pilot dreams a reality with CAE…

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Course journey and on-going support

3 things you’ll love about the Generation easyJet course at CAE…

1

Train in a professional pilot environment, with professional pilots

Our European aviation academy ground school locations are embedded in professional CAE Training Centres. Training alongside professional pilots allowing cadets to network with, and learn, from them.

CAE London Gatwick and CAE Milan are brand new state-of-the-art training centres with dedicated training areas for easyJet including classrooms, pilot lounge as well as brand new CAE 7000XR A320 Full Flight Simulators and the CAE 600XR Flight Training Device (FTD). This is what makes easyJet’s pilots amongst some of the best training in the industry. They’re not the only state-of-the-art locations, CAE Brussels and CAE Madrid have a long history of training professional pilots from all over Europe. Both airport located, they offer the best training in the best location! No matter which location you train at you will have the same high quality CAE training experience.

2

Learn to fly in Phoenix, Arizona

You will take to the sky for the first time in Phoenix, USA. Its fair-weather conditions make it the perfect place to learn how to fly. Located at Falcon Field and equipped with over 80 aircraft your core phase will take you to Phoenix for approximately 28 weeks where you will not only learn how to fly but you will have the opportunity to live in and explore the USA, making friends and memories that will last a lifetime!

3

CAE’s unique Fleet Standard Assurance

This programme is designed to both protect your training investment and ensure that you leave CAE, with a finely developed skill-set, gaining not only premier flying skills, but also the leadership, teamwork and communication competencies in preparation for the role of First Officer.

Cadet profile
Jonathan Lille

CAE easyJet MPL cadet

  • What made you want to become a Pilot?

    I have wanted to become a pilot since I was a child. Having spent nearly 7 years as an Air Cadet, I had the opportunity to fly in an aircraft which helped confirm that a career as a commercial airline pilot was exactly what I wanted!

  • What was your journey in deciding to apply for the easyJet scheme and why did they choose CAE?

    I chose CAE because of their long-standing reputation, excellent airline placement rates, and strong testimonials from previous students. I made my decision after having attended a Pilot Career Day at CAE where I found the staff and instructors to be very approachable and encouraging, and I was very excited by the facilities and the details of the course. Through the selection process, the staff were also very supportive.

  • What the course has been like? – support – opportunities – challenges – surprises – best-bits

    CAE Instructors and staff are very friendly and supportive, with lots of interesting and relevant stories from their own careers in aviation. I have been made to feel welcome and because of this I have gained confidence throughout the course. My fellow class mates are like-minded and make for lovely company. My favourite part so far has been the Foundation Flight training part of my course in Phoenix, and am looking forward to moving onto the instrument and simulator phases.

  • Plans for the future, how do you see your career developing?

    My plans for the future are to work with easyJet, and become a Captain. I would also enjoy training younger pilots once I have enough experience myself.

  • Advice to people currently looking at routes to becoming a Pilot?

    If you want to become a pilot, you do need to be passionate about flying highly motivated and hardworking. With determination and the support of your family and friends, you can achieve your dream!