“Cadet pilot career” - Wizz Air caravan
Wizz Air joins CTC Aviation as part of a caravan to promote the aviation career in Bucharest, Budapest and Warsaw with the aim of attracting candidates for the new WIZZ cadet training program announced last month.
"WIZZ is thrilled to support this promotional tour that offers incredible opportunity to people in Central Europe who have dreamed of a career as a pilot - and most importantly, a WIZZ pilot," said WIZZ Chief Pilot David Morgan, the one who will give a presentation and answer the questions of potential candidates in each city. "The main advantage of this training program is a guaranteed job as a WIZZ co-pilot, as soon as the trainee successfully completes the training course."
WIZZ has partnered with CTC Aviation and the Central European Flying Academy to create an aviation training course for beginners. WIZZ and CTC Aviation will launch the promotion caravan to present the program of interested candidates and their families.
The schedule of the meeting sessions is as follows:
9 June Bucharest Angelo Airporthotel
10 June Budapest Skycourt Conference Center
June XIII Warsaw Courtyard Warsaw Airport
Each session runs from 16: 00 to 21: 00 with presentations starting from 16: 30 to 19: 00, followed by question-and-answer sessions, with WIZZ pilots and piloting career counselors, from CTC Av. .
After the successful completion of the training program, the selected candidates will be offered an offer, subject to certain conditions, which will consist of an employment contract on the WIZZ co-pilot station. The training program for a career start (ab initio) carries those in training, from little experience or not at all, to the co-pilot seat of WIZZ, Airbus A320 or A321 aircraft. Applicants also have the opportunity to express their preference if they want to complete their flight training program at the state-of-the-art CTC Aviation training center in New Zealand or in Phoenix, United States.