One of the leading Airlines in Europe, Wizz Air, is conducting a Cadet Program at BAA Training leading to an exciting flying career on A320 series aircraft. In this EASA ATPL(A) integrated program Wizz Air provides you with the conditional employment contract – the letter of engagement.
If you are looking forward to an intensive and fast way to obtain a license and skills needed to operate as a co-pilot on a multi-pilot multi-engine commercial airplane, then this program is designed for you. It will enable you to pursue aviation career in the fastest way!
The company is currently looking for highlymotivated candidates to become future Wizz Air pilots!
- Entry requirements for selection process
- Age: over 18 years old
- Residency: unrestricted right to live and work in the European Union
- Education: Secondary or higher
- Physical status: valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate
Theoretical preparation: knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, and English is of key importance. During the assessment, the school and exam grades of these disciplines are evaluated additionally. A special skill assessment can be organized by the academy for those having low or no grades from their secondary school.
Personal competence and aptitude: all candidates must go through special tests and interviews developed by the selection commission of the BAA Training and Wizz Air for social competence and aptitude assessment.
- Steps of preselection process:
- Contact us (fill in the form below)
- Initial discussion on terms, conditions and answers to possible Qs
- Document screening and schedule of the assessment date
- Personality assessment (Profile XT)
- Aptitude assessment (Compass)
- English test
- Structural Interview
- Suitable candidate is presented to the airline
- Candidate‘s final interview with the airline
- Required documents
- A scanned copy of the first page of the passport valid to travel abroad
- Scanned copies of education documents (with annexes and transcripts of records)
- Course content
THEORETICAL TRAINING (790 HOURS COMPLETED IN 6-8 MONTHS)
- Air law
- Operating procedures
- Mass and balance
- Aircraft general knowledge
- Flight planning
- General navigation
- Radio navigation
- Human performance
- Principles of flight
- Aircraft operation manual
PRACTICAL TRAINING (215 HOURS)
- 150 hours – single-engine aircraft
- 13 hours – multi-engine aircraft
- 37 hours – FNPT II
- 15 hours FFS
*Flight training sessions last from April till October.
- 14 CAA exams
- Course Design
- Have a question? Contact us