Website Titan Airways
The Titan Airways Sponsored Cadet Programme offers EASA (UK CAA issued) CPL/IR trained pilots a rare opportunity to secure airline sponsorship to complete their multi-pilot training.
This pioneering programme not only sees Titan Airways fully funding your training, but also leads the way by combining industry-leading APS MCC training with the newly regulated multi-pilot Advanced UPRT, followed immediately by Type Rating training.
On successful completion of all phases, you will be employed by Titan Airways as a First Officer, operating out of London Stansted.
With this airline-sponsored programme, all of your training – including APS MCC, Advanced UPRT and Type Rating – will be funded by Titan Airways.
Airline Qualification Phase
1. ONLINE APPLICATION
4-11 November 2019
During the application window, you will be able to submit your application online from this page.
2. ONLINE ASSESSMENT
After initial screening, successful applicants will be invited to complete competency and ability testing online.
3. AIRLINE SELECTION DAY
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend the interview phase with Titan Airways at London Stansted.
4. ACCEPTANCE ONTO PROGRAMME
Titan Airways will issue successful applicants a Conditional Offer of Employment.
5. APS MCC TRAINING
Completion of VA’s industry-leading APS MCC course at our Cambridge Airport Training Centre utilising our type-specific Airbus A320 simulator.
6. AIRLINE ORIENTATION TRAINING
Titan Airways will invite you to their Stansted HQ, to introduce you to their culture and give you an insight into life as a Titan Airways pilot.
7. ADVANCED UPRT
Completion of the newly-regulated Multi-Pilot Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training, with our partner Ultimate High Academy.
Airline Career Phase
8. OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT
Successful completion of training to Titan Airways standards will secure you a formal offer of employment.
9. TYPE RATING TRAINING
Type Rating training will be delivered by VA Airline Training at Cambridge Airport and London Gatwick.
10. BASE TRAINING & LINE ORIENTED EVALUATION
The final phase of training to achieve your type rating on your licence.
11. FLYING CAREER WITH TITAN
Congratulations! You’re now a First Officer flying the line with Titan Airways!
This information is for guideline purposes only, and subject to change.
Entry Requirements & Sponsorship Information
Hold an EASA CPL with current Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (ME/IR) issued by the UK CAA
Unrestricted EASA Part-MED Class 1 Medical
First series pass – both CPL and ME/IR
Minimum 85% pass rate average in ATPL theory exams
Fluent in English (ICAO language proficiency Level 5 minimum)
Unrestricted right to live and work in the UK
Full, current driving licence (and have your own transport by the time you start working for Titan Airways)
Prepared to relocate to within a 30 minute drive of Stansted Airport
Able to supply 5 years of employment/education history on request, for referencing purposes
No criminal convictions which may prevent the issue of an airside pass
This is a Titan Airways fully-funded multi-pilot training programme for which we expect there to be considerable enthusiasm. The sponsorship covers the costs of APS MCC, Advanced UPRT and Type Training leading to an offer of full employment and an exciting flying career with Titan Airways.
Initial applications are submitted online from which a shortlist of applications will progress onto Step 2 (Online Assessment) for which a small fee of £120 including VAT will be levied by VA for the tests. From Step 2, a final group of applicants will then progress onto Step 3 for a final airline selection day with Titan Airways.
Pilots offered sponsorship by Titan Airways will be asked to lodge a Training Expenses Deposit of £12,000 including VAT during the Airline Qualification phase of training, which will then be transferred by VA to Titan Airways once qualification training is complete. Paid in two instalments, £4,800 thirty days prior to APS MCC training, and £7,200 prior to UPRT training, the Training Expenses Deposit will then be fully repaid to the pilot by Titan Airways over the first 18 months of employment in addition to their salary.
Upon full employment and prior to commencement of the Airline Career phase of training, pilots will also be required to sign a standard 4-year airline employment bond (conditions of which will be outlined by Titan Airways in their employment offer).
How to Apply
The application window will be open from 12pm GMT on Monday 4 November 2019 to 9am GMT on Monday 11 November 2019*
This programme offers a rare opportunity to secure airline-sponsored training, so we are expecting a large volume of applications.
To give yourself the best possible chance of success in this competitive process, we recommend reading this help article and spending the necessary time to prepare your application.
Our team will also be at the RAeS Careers In Aerospace and Aviation Live event in London on 8 November.
When submitting your application, you will need to have the following documents ready to upload at the same time:
Flight School Report/s including ATPL summary sheet
For your application to be considered, you must upload a Flight School Report, signed or stamped by your Flight School. This must contain all ATPL results (detailing any repeats and providing your overall average), CPL & ME/IR series passes, and information relating to your performance throughout your training. This applies to both Integrated and Modular students. Modular students may upload more than one Flight School Report.
*We reserve the right to close the application window early or extend it. If you have registered for email updates you will receive details of any change to the application window.