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Old 24th Nov 2008, 15:39
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Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: UK
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It would, if the cadets stood any chance of getting a proper job at the end of it.

I don't want to start a debate on the rights and wrongs of paying for a type rating with no job guarantees at the end. At the height of the flight training boom this sort of scheme would have helped lots of people into the industry, for better or for worse they would be on a decent salary and would be in the RHS of a jet.

I want to start a debate as to why ATP are being allowed to get away with conning tens of thousands of pounds from desperate wannabes when they know that there is no chance of a job at the end. Jonathan Curd knows that his claims on his website are utter, utter fiction and he should be held accountable.

If you want to get a realistic view of the flight training industry then read some of WWW's posts. Now is not the time to be buying a new sofa let alone an A320 type rating.

If you want to throw your own money / your parents money / the banks money away then the website is The Airline Training Partnership .
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