CTC Aviation has announced an increase to its Bond Protection to £69,000 for both FPP and CTC Wings Cadets. This follows the news that British Airways will launch the second phase of its Future Pilot Programme on 19 November, and Airline Placement Limited (APL), a subsidiary of CTC, will sponsor all cadets for the British Airways Future Pilot Programme (FPP) and manage the entire FPP on British Airways’s behalf.
Lee Woodward, Director of Business Development for CTC Aviation said, “The Bond Protection which is offered to pilots training with CTC, is a valuable insurance policy providing British Airways FPP and CTC Wings Cadets with a significant safety net. We were the first training organisation to offer this financial protection and we believe that this increase combined with our rigorous, airline standard selection process and unrivalled 98% success record through training for our cadets, provides the best risk protection package in the industry.”
British Airways and CTC Aviation will be exhibiting at the Professional Flight Training Exhibition on Saturday 3 November and British Airways will be speaking at CTC’s open day on 10 November which has been fully booked for several months.
For more information on the British Airways Future Pilot Programme, visit ctcwings.com/bafuturepilot