Airline Ready Pilots
Which airline will I fly for?
As a newly graduated pilot with limited experience, you should have a flexible mindset towards which airline will be your first employer. We will strive to help you with lucrative options, however, we cannot guarantee that you will work for a specific airline of your choice.
Where will I be based?
The demand for pilots is dictated by the airlines and thus you should expect a base anywhere within Europe. It will not always be possible to choose freely and it is therefore wise that you have a flexible mindset when venturing into your pilot career. On the positive side of this, you will get to discover new places around the world and one of them might end up being your favorite in the end.
What will my salary be?
Since we cooperate with many different airlines who have different payment structures, we are not able to pinpoint your exact salary when you start working. Your salary will be competitive but can range from 2.800-4.000 EUR a month depending on the airline.
Please note that these numbers may change in relation to market rates, inflation and supply, and demand. In other words, you should view the above-mentioned numbers only as guidance to give you a general idea of the pay-scale for a newly graduated Junior First Officer.
Salary will increase over time as you gain more experience. A substantial increase in salary can be expected when and if you upgrade from First Officer to Captain. A process that can take anywhere from 5-10 years or sometimes even more.
Which aircraft will I fly after graduation?
With all the European airlines lined up for you, there will also be a greater palette of different aircraft you may end up flying after graduation. It is the need of the airline that dictates which aircraft you will fly for them.
What does "The Right Attitude" mean?
A professional pilot must be reliable, punctual, and organized. You need the discipline to get through your studies and complete your assignments in a safe and efficient manner.
It´s important that a student in flight school is susceptible to feedback and constructive criticism. You are expected to share your knowledge and experience with your classmates and others at the flight school. It´s also important that a pilot is civil and has respect for others.
There is zero tolerance for narcotics and alcohol abuse.