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Wings Alliance holds Zoom pilot career pathway evening

Wings Alliance is hosting a virtual open evening. The event held by the pilot support community is taking place on Zoom in November and will highlight the different pathways to becoming a commercial pilot. 

Wings Alliance inviting aspiring commercial pilots to its virtual zoom event. The virtual open evening will offer insights to the benefits of both modular and integrated commercial training training programmes, including other factors to take into consideration. 

Join us for our upcoming virtual open evening, where we will share a wealth of valuable insights and information to help you navigate the choices you will need to make on your path to becoming a commercial pilot. Get ready to explore, learn, and engage with experts who are passionate about what they do,” says Wings Alliance. 

Topics for discussion include:

  • Introduction to the Wings Alliance: Discover how the Wings Alliance community can support you throughout your training to finding employment.  
  • Benefits of the Modular and Integrated Training Routes: Delve into the advantages of both training routes and understand which one aligns best to your circumstances. 
  • Finding the Right Training Path: Gain insights into the critical decision-making process when choosing your aviation training path. 
  • Support & Guidance: Find out about the support and guidance that Wings Alliance offers to students, ensuring their success throughout the training journey. 
  • Q&A Session: Engage with staff, who will be available to answer your questions and provide valuable insights. 

According to Wings Alliance, the event promises to equip aspirational commercial pilots with the knowledge and resources necessary to “take flight in the aviation industry.” The Zoom presentation is scheduled for  Tuesday, November 14, 2023, at 18:00 PM to 19:15 PM approx. (UK time).

Visit Wing Alliance for registration and the joining instructions for the event.

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Author: FTN Editor

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