We recently caught up with FTA Graduate Dan, who is now working as a First Officer with Ryanair. Dan discusses a day in the life of being a pilot at Ryanair, why he chose FTA, and offers advice to those embarking on their pilot training.
International Women's Day is a global day which celebrates the social, cultural, economic, and political achievements of women. As well as being a day for celebration, a significant part of the day is also making a call to action for accelerating women's equality.
Aviation is an industry where both of these elements of International Women’s Day can be seen. Great strides have been taken and achieved for female pilots, however, indisputably, more can and needs to be done to ensure that there is true equality in the aviation industry. - Only 5.8% of the world’s airline pilots are female (The International Society of Women Airline Pilots (ISA+21).
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Why should you start your pilot training at FTA Global this year?
With just one final opportunity to enrol in 2020, here we give you 20 reasons why we think you should take the next step...