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Airline Schemes - Who, Where, When

Old 27th Mar 2007, 09:42
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Airline Schemes - Who, Where, When

Fellow Ppruners,

In this age of Airlines "tagging" or "sponsoring" students through integrated courses I thought it would be very useful to have a rough idea of the schemes offered.

Based on your knowledge and past scheme occurences could we begin by populating a list thus:

1. Which Airline

2. At What FTO

3. When do the applications usually begin (roughly what month)


For example:

1. Flybe

2. FTE

3. February

Also has anyone contacted an airline direct offering them the chance to take you on after an integrated course? Ballsy move but could it / has it ever worked???

Many thanks MFWF
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Old 27th Mar 2007, 15:46
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1. easyJet, Thomas Cook, First Choice, Monarch, thomsonfly, British Airways, Jet2

2. CTC - Wings Cadet and Wings ATP schemes

3. Continuous
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Old 27th Mar 2007, 15:58
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1. NetJets Europe

2. OAT

3. Rolling target of 48 annually starting Feb 2007 (only 32 in 2007)

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Old 27th Jun 2007, 16:01
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The Netjets details seem to have vanished from the OAT site in favour of the Thomas Cook details. Can anyone still locate the details of the former?

Cheers
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Old 27th Jun 2007, 16:16
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http://www.oxfordaviation.net/netjets/nj_main.htm

Although the scheme is currently running for it's second time and is now at Stage 2 so it may be some months before it re-opens.

HTH
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Old 27th Jun 2007, 16:22
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1. Thomsonfly, Flybe, GB Airways, Cityflyer, MEA, Loganair (maybe)

2. FTE

3. Appears to be pretty random. Sometimes they recruit one course at a time, and do several courses spread out, other times they recruit for 2 or 3 courses at the same time. The flybe one will be opening again at the end of July.
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Old 27th Jun 2007, 16:56
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1. flybe

2. Cabair

3. Not sure when, but keep an eye on this link:
http://www.cabair.com/sponsorship/index.htm
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Old 29th Jun 2007, 16:00
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Sorry and apologises to hi-jack the thread; but with the recent instructor shortage I find that the majority of the airlines running these approved schemes won't consider interviewing the likes of myself from a modular background for an FO position, but would prefer to take a low hour integrated cadet.
However the schools involved in these schemes are happy to interview
me for an instructors position to teach the ab-initio's on these schemes.
I am not complaining, I just find this is to an extent ironic that an airline won't give me consideration yet I could well end up instructing the same airlines cadets.

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Old 29th Jun 2007, 16:01
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I can see how that would be extremely annoying
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