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Top 5 Tips - Airline Interviews
Airline Academy | 18 Mar 2019
Top 5 Tips - Airline Interviews

Hi, I’m Zak and I was a cadet at L3 Airline Academy, finishing training last summer and I have recently been accepted by British Airways to complete a Type Rating and then fly their short-haul Airbus fleet. I have had experience of a few different airline selection processes since starting my job hunt, so I’ve learned a few things about the process of airline interviews. Here are my Top 5 Tips for pilot job applications, and selection processes for airlines. I hope they are useful!

by Zak Wheatley
Women in Aviation - Brenda Pham
Airline Solutions | 10 Mar 2019
Women in Aviation - Brenda Pham

Hello there, my name is Brenda Pham, and I am a Software Engineer at ACSS, and L3 and Thales company. I have had this role since I joined the company in May 2006, and my day-to-day tasks include software development with certification documents, requirements, coding, test cases and procedure development to meet project schedule milestones for each TSO submittal program.

by Brenda Pham
Women in Aviation - Luna Lafont
Airline Academy | 10 Mar 2019
Women in Aviation - Luna Lafont

Cadet Luna was inspired by her father, an airline pilot for Iberia, to become a pilot herself. She is now training at the L3 European Airline Academy, and discusses being a woman in the aviation industry, sharing her advice to other girls with an interest in becoming a pilot.

by Luna Lafont
Women in Aviation - Kate Hood
Airline Solutions | 09 Mar 2019
Women in Aviation - Kate Hood

My name is Kate and I am a Software Engineer at L3 in Crawley. When I was in school, I had no idea what I wanted to do as a career. I did well in all of my subjects, but excelled at Maths and Physics. When it came to the end of school and choosing a career path, I was inspired by a school excursion I had taken to visit the Brisbane Gateway Bridge and the oil Refinery. The realisation that I could contribute to large, complex projects that would create amazing constructions and exciting innovations was inspiring. I put my name down for an Engineering degree straight away.

by Kate Hood