CAE OAA confirms easyJet Head of Training to speak at Open Day

Posted on: 20th March 2013 13:59 Europe/London.
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easyjetCAE Oxford Aviation Academy (CAE OAA) has confirmed Captain Richard Evans, easyJet’s Head of Training, as guest speaker at the CAE OAA Open Day at London Oxford Airport on 27 April 2013. During the guest speaker slot Captain Evans will share details of the second phase of enrolment on the easyJet / CAE OAA MPL First Officer Programme.

The first group of MPL cadets, which commenced training on the easyJet MPL programme in August 2011, recently completed their base training and joined easyJet as A320 First Officers. Following the success of this first phase of training, CAE Oxford Aviation Academy and easyJet now plan to launch the next phase of enrolment to new applicants during 2013. This is an opportunity for aspiring pilots to train under the mentorship of easyJet and go on to fly as First Officers on their Airbus A320 fleet. Further details on the MPL programme and how to apply will be made available at the Oxford Open Day on 27 April.

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