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Wizz Air Fast Track 2

Wizz Air Fast Track 2 is for PPL(A) holders with a minimum of 154-hours logged flight experience (must be achieved prior to the commencement of CPL/MEIR aircraft flight training) and passes in all 14 EASA ATPL Theoretical Knowledge examinations.

This program is characterized by high-quality training leading to a 'frozen' ATPL with A320 type rating. Successful applicants will be provided with a conditional offer of employment by Wizz Air before beginning training.


Fast Track 2 is designed for PPL(A) holders with a minimum of 154-hours logged flight experience (must be achieved prior to the commencement of CPL/MEIR aircraft flight training) and passes in all 14 EASA ATPL Theoretical Knowledge Examinations.


This is a truly unique Airline Pilot career program which will enable you to take to the skies and embark upon an unrivaled Airline Pilot career path with Wizz Air.

Details
  • Status: Full-time
  • Duration: TBC
  • Type: Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)
  • Required experience: PPL(A) and minimum 154-hours
  • Employment: Conditional offer at Wizz Air
  • Locations: United Kingdom / Wizz Air bases

Key features

Fast-Track Airline Pilot career program

Conditional offer of employment

Training salary (Type Rating stage)

Provision of Performance Protection

Latest aircraft and simulators

Entry criteria

To apply for this program, you must meet the following requirements:

Age and height

Aged between 18 and 55.

Minimum height 5 ft. 2 in. (157 cm), maximum height 6 ft. 3 in. (191 cm).i

Education and English language

Be fluent in English (verbal and written).i

You must have achieved the following academic achievements (or equivalent).

CEE

A High School Degree (normally achieved at age 18) with a good standard in Mathematics, Science and English language – or equivalent, supported by certificate evidence.

United Kingdom

5 GCSEs at grade C or above - including mathematics, science and English language and 3 GCE A levels at grade C or above – or equivalent, supported by certificate evidence.

In addition you will need to have attained prior to commencement of training:

  • 50 hours Dual and 100 PIC (Solo) hours.
  • Meet EASA PPL qualifying cross country requirements (300NM with 2 intermediate airfield stops).
  • 14 EASA ATPL theory passes with no more than three resits.
Medical

Ability to obtain and maintain an EASA Class 1 Aviation Medical Certificate prior to enrollment and pass the Wizz Air Health Services medical examination (prior to employment).

Visas

Have a valid passport with an unrestricted current right to live and work in the European Union with an ability to travel unrestricted worldwide.i

Background and selections

Ability to produce a Criminal Record Check (CRC) Basic Disclosure Certificate (or local equivalent) and pass Wizz Air referencing checks.

Cost and funding
The fee is is €79,800
  • Without ATPL TK passes
  • Paid in five instalments over five months
Sourcing funding

L3 is unable to provide financial advice, but we can tell you the options available to you.

Optimum Credit Pilot Funding is a product designed specifically for aspiring Pilots and their families to fund the cost of pilot training.

It is also worth looking at your existing banking provider or other local banks and building societies for products that might be available to you. You could also speak to an Independent Financial Advisor who may be able to point you in the right direction.

Find out more about how to fund the cost of pilot training.