Future Cadet Pilot Program (FCPP)

Taking our Future Cadet Pilot Program (FCPP) is the first step into your journey of becoming an airline pilot. Our course is designed to provide you the tools for a successful interview.

Taking our Future Cadet Pilot Program (FCPP) is the first step into your journey of becoming an airline pilot. Our course is designed to provide you the tools for a successful interview.

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Program Overview

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The Perfect Pilot Interview Preparation

Gaining entry into a cadet pilot program with an airline is highly competitive, but understanding the interview process and preparing adequately will give you the edge over other applicants. Future Cadet Pilot Program (FCPP) is a comprehensive course that will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to go into your airline cadet pilot interview with the best possible chance of success.

Give Yourself An Edge

Through our Future Cadet Pilot Program (FCPP), you will have a well-developed understanding of all the core knowledge, terminology and soft skills required for the Cadet Pilot interview.

The all-inclusive course syllabus features flight training to develop your practical and technical flying skills; theory training; the Cadet Pilot Interview Workshop; and the specialised Airline Interview Coaching Session with Airline Training Captain Darren McPherson from Aviation Consulting Services (ACS).

Schedule a meeting with us to discuss your aviation career goals and how we can help you to get there.

Cadet Pilot Program

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See why there’s no better place to learn to fly.

Our Graduate

Dean Shing

“Flying with Learn To Fly Melbourne was an amazing experience for me. It built up my confidence in flying, and prepared me to take on the challenges ahead. Things I learnt at LTF helped me to get through some of the tough times during my Cathay cadet pilot interview and the flight training. Now I’m preparing to start my airline pilot career as a Second Officer.” – Dean Shing from Hong Kong

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