The modern airliner flight deck has changed significantly over the past decade whereas the route to training airline pilots has changed little from the traditional route outlined in Annex 1 of the Chicago Convention, 1948.
An ICAO study, commissioned in 2004, reviewed the regulations, structure and methodology by which airline pilots were trained and a new philosophy for better training and preparing pilots for the modern Multi-Crew environment was born, in the form of the Multi-Crew Pilot Licence, in 2006.
Our Multi-Crew Pilot Licence (MPL) Training course incorporates airline specific Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) from an early stage in training and this requires an airline to mentor pre-selected cadets through a bespoke course and into type, base and line training on a specific aircraft; taking about 18 months to achieve licence issue, from where line training and employment with the mentoring airline commences.
Each MPL course is bespoke to a particular partner airline and designed for a specific fleet.
Airline Pilot Career Day - 21 January 2017
Dutch Info Session - 25th January 2017
French Info Session - 25th January 2017
Student Fair, Paris 27 to 29 January 2017
2017 European roadshows
CAE is recruiting cadets for the Generation easyJet Pilot Training Programme in partnership with the leading European airline
Climb High Mentored Cadet Programme launched by CityJet & CAE OAA
Vueling Airlines extends pilot and cabin crew training partnership with CAE!