Ryanair has introduced a big coaching partnership with Astonfly to ship a mentored programme in Paris to recruit and teach as much as 500 new cadet pilots over a 4-year length in France. In a powerful signal of post-pandemic restoration in global air shipping, the cheap airline goals to draw pilots to reinforce its expansion throughout Europe.
The programme will give trainee pilots a structured trail to succeed in a phenomenal coaching path and succeed in a normal the place they’re able to enroll in the Ryanair Boeing 737 Type Rating programme.
Pilots at the programme might be educated through Astonfly’s instructors, the usage of Ryanair procedures and operational philosophy, as they take their first steps against turning into long run Ryanair pilots. Over the process the following 4 years, as much as 500 new pilots from throughout Europe might be recruited and educated through Astonfly, underlining its revered place within the pilot coaching marketplace.
Neal McMahon, Director of Operations, Ryanair stated: “Ryanair is pleased to announce this training partnership with Astonfly, which has an impressive track record in training top-class pilots to the highest standards. This new training programme with Astonfly is Ryanair’s only mentored pilot programme in France and will deliver up to 500 new cadet pilots.”
Senan O’Shea, Head of Crew Training Captain, Ryanair stated: “This new Ryanair – Astonfly programme will provide the airline with a steady pipeline of talented and professional pilots from around Europe to meet the needs of our growing network. Ryanair will hire up to 1,000 pilots per annum over the next 4 years and our pilots can look forward to unmatched opportunities flying with the world’s number one international airline. We have carefully chosen Astonfly as our cadet training partner in France due to their high standards in initial flying training. We are very pleased to lend our operational expertise to Astonfly”.