Wizz Air is the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, operating an expanding fleet of 83 Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft (additional 110 aircrafts on order) and offering more than 500 routes from 28 bases, connecting 141 destinations across 42 countries (as of 20 July 2017). At Wizz Air, a team of more than 3,000 aviation professionals delivers superior service and low ticket prices making Wizz Air the preferred choice of 23 million passengers in 2016.
Egnatia Aviation is one of the leading and larger Flight Training Organizations in Europe. In partnership with Wizz Air, Egnatia Aviation delivers quality training in Greece, based on an International airport with excellent weather throughout the year. The adopted airline-style training assessment , the procedures, the modern fleet and the very experienced instructors ensure the timely and efficient completion of the course.
TRAINING LENGTH: 17 MONTHS
Please note: this is an integrated training course requiring full time attendance. Participation is not possible besides a full-time job or other time consuming obligations.
After successful completion of the course the following EASA license and ratings will be obtained:
- Airline Transport Pilot License (Airplane) - ATPL(A) theory
- Commercial Pilot License (Airplane) - CPL(A)
- Multiengine Instrument Rating - ME/IR
- Night VFR Rating - NVFR
- Multi-Crew Cooperation – MCC
The student training assessment throughout the course will be based on the Wizz Air standards.
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This page does not constitute an offer. Eligible training is organized by Egnatia Aviation ATO, a training organization independent from Wizz Air. The number of places is limited. Employment is subject to further conditions including medical fitness and obtaining further licenses. Wizz Air and Egnatia Aviation reserve the right to change the conditions.