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flexing
10-24-2017, 12:35 AM
CEB will be investing a total of 25 million US dollars over a five-year period for this Cadet Pilot Program.

The Philippines' leading carrier, Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB) launched its Cadet Pilot training program aimed at addressing the airlines expansion requirements over the next five years. The program, to be conducted in partnership with Flight Training Adelaide (FTA), will create 240 professional pilots who will subsequently join the corps of pilots of Cebu Pacific.



http://cebupacificaircorporate.com/Pages/news.aspx?id=1163

Cebu Pacific Cadet Program | HOME (http://www.flyfta.com/pilot-training/cebu-pacific-cadet-program)


Ivee Blanco
11-16-2017, 06:47 PM
Hi,

Is it possible to know if I was short listed in cebu pacific cadet prrogram?

Thank you.

CEB will be investing a total of 25 million US dollars over a five-year period for this Cadet Pilot Program.

The Philippines' leading carrier, Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB) launched its Cadet Pilot training program aimed at addressing the airlines expansion requirements over the next five years. The program, to be conducted in partnership with Flight Training Adelaide (FTA), will create 240 professional pilots who will subsequently join the corps of pilots of Cebu Pacific.



http://cebupacificaircorporate.com/Pages/news.aspx?id=1163

Cebu Pacific Cadet Program | HOME (http://www.flyfta.com/pilot-training/cebu-pacific-cadet-program)

vagabond
11-20-2017, 02:12 AM
I hope Cebu Pacific improves service a little. Took it to Cebu from Manila yesterday. Equipment change (A330 to A320). Time change. Gate change. Air con broken. 45 minutes waiting in sweltering heat for the privilege of being 4th in line to depart. I knew I would need that safety card one day.

But still better than PAL - Pinoy Always Late.




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