Skyborne is now offering an Airline Academy Program for flight training applicants who wish to learn how to fly before committing to a defined career pathway. The flight school is also launching a Skyborne CFI Scholarship providing $2.5 mmillion in training value to program graduates who wish to become flight instructors at Skyborne. 

The new Airline Academy Program provides a 10-month course which trains applicants through their Private Pilot License (PPL), Instrument Rating, and Commercial Rating. Applicants can begin their training as soon as they are ready and may choose to add optional supplements, such as on-site accommodation, to their training package. After completing their PPL, trainees who wish to pursue a career with one of Skyborne's airline partners must undergo the academy's aptitude testing process designed specifically for airline pilots. 

Skyborne is also providing up to $2.5 million in scholarships to the first 100 trainees who have completed the Airline Academy program and wish to become a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) at Skyborne. Those who apply for an instructor role and pass the CFI selection process will receive $25,000 in training sessions covering the cost of their CFI, Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) and Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI) ratings.