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Hear first-hand from our cadets, former cadets now Pilots, Flight Instructors and employees as they share their experiences, advice and other useful information across the commercial aviation industry.

Getting the most from Ground School
Airline Academy | Oct 14 2019
Getting the most from Ground School

I still remember the day I got accepted to L3Harris. The excitement of getting that email offering you a place and then getting your start date is unmatched. Before you know it, you’ll be starting your course, head down studying for your exams. There is little time for you to stop and breathe as it is a whirlwind which goes by so quickly. And then, before you know it, you’ve finished. It has now been 2 months since I left ground school, and it has given me time to reflect on my time there and what I wish I could have told myself before I started.

by Craig Jardine
Immersive Simulation; A new world of training?
| Oct 07 2019
Immersive Simulation; A new world of training?

Virtual Reality is a technology that could provides endless possibilities for our industry. Software engineer, Sam Halverson, discusses his view on this technology and how it can shape the future.

by Sam Halverson
Life as a Wizz Air cadet
Airline Academy | Oct 02 2019
Life as a Wizz Air cadet

Training to be a pilot is hard work. There is no denying it and I would be lying if I said I haven’t faced any challenges on this course, however if all goes to plan, by early 2020 I’ll be fulfilling my childhood dream of flying the Airbus A320/321 in the bright pink of one of Europe’s fastest growing Low Cost Airlines: Wizz Air.

by Jago Seymour
One of the greatest days of my life
Airline Academy | Sep 24 2019
One of the greatest days of my life

My name is Thomas Axson and I am a former cadet and First Officer for Thomas Cook Airlines UK. For every person who chooses a career as an airline pilot, your first flight with passengers will always live long in your memory, but it is far from a simple journey. Here is my story that eventually led me to my first commercially operated flight.

by Thomas Axson