+VIDEO Not all flight schools have had to close temporarily for the pandemic. One, 2Fly, has been able to keep operating its US facility on Merritt Island on the east coast of Florida, while implementing rules to keep students and instructors safe.
Moreover, 2Fly has also reopened its new European base, just outside Malaga in southern Spain, where 2Fly student pilots going for an EASA licence train. UK students are anticipated to start arriving in Spain for training from 1 July.
2Fly’s Pro-Pilot course is an integrated full-time zero-to-fATPL EASA training. It’s also where, as part of the MCC-JOC course, students actually fly a real jet aircraft – an hour in a Cessna Citation jet is included in the 14-month schedule.
Recently announced were $10,000 scholarships available for some cadet pilots starting in the second half of 2020.
“We know many have been impacted financially due to COVID-19 and now find themselves in a difficult position to fund their pilot training,” said Adam Brumbaugh, Vice President at 2FLY Group. “We are delighted to offer new pilot applicants a training scholarship to help them realise their goals.”