CTC Aviation and easyJet have partnered once again and are accepting applications for the CTC WINGS Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL) programme in partnership with easyJet. This pilot career programme provides aspiring pilots with little or no flying experience, the opportunity to join a full-time career programme leading directly to a job as an easyJet co-pilot. Significantly, the airline will now also provide the opportunity for outstanding candidates to access underwritten bank loan funding.

CTC Aviation and easyJet are seeking aspiring pilots who, if successful, will join an 18-month programme that will take them through CTC Aviation’s purpose-built Crew Training Centres in the UK and NZ; training on the latest-generation aircraft and some of the industry’s highest fidelity simulator devices.

Focused on easyJet-specific multi-crew operations, aircraft type and the airline's Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), the programme is designed to equip trainees for Airbus A320 type-rating training, line training and ultimately, a professional airline pilot career with easyJet.

Successful candidates will benefit from CTC Aviation's 'Training Sponsorship' and 'Performance Protection'. Furthermore, outstanding applicants will have the opportunity to apply for all or part of their training load (between £30,000 to £100,000) to be underwritten by the airline. In partnership with the British Women Pilots' Association, easyJet will also underwrite the full training loan for six successful female candidates as part of their 'Amy Johnson Flying Initiative' - an opportunity exclusively available through CTC Aviation.

To ensure those who have not yet completed their A-Level studies do not miss out on the opportunity to apply, the airline is allowing those with predicted grades that meet the required entry criteria to submit an application. The grades must be achieved and the applicant 18 years of age to commence training. The first successful candidates will begin their training during summer 2016.