easyJet Pilot Recruitment

easyJet to help small number of pilots with cost of training 

easyJet has said it will cut the cost of training for a small number of pilots as part of a drive to attract a more diverse range of people to fly its planes.

The article suggests that flight schools and airlines are moving to sponsor more courses, or cut the cost of training, amidst a global shortage of trained pilots.

It notes that newly qualified pilots who are chosen will have to pay £8,648 for their so-called type rating course, with easyJet making up the balance of the bill, which is typically around £30,000. 

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