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.
CAE Roadshow - 3rd February 2018
CAE Roadshow - 4th February 2018
CAE Roadshow - 10th February 2018
CAE Roadshow - 11th February 2018
Kuwait Airways and CAE
Professional & Career Development Loan Scheme for British Citizens
Volotea First Officer Programme
Become a Pilot with CityJet and CAE