Find Out What It Takes to Become a Wizz Air Pilot

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BAA Training, European standard aviation training centre, is organizing an Open Day for Wizz Air Cadet Program in Bucharest, Romania, on 13th of May, where aspiring future pilots can find out all about the program and steps to become one of WIZZ’s top-class pilots.

Wizz Air Cadet Program is a perfect opportunity for aviation enthusiasts with no previous flying experience to make the first step toward a sky high career, as in case of successfully completing the training, it gives the guarantee for the candidate to join the team of Airbus A320 and A321 pilots at Wizz Air, the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe and Romania’s largest airline.

“Wizz Air is expanding tremendously in Romania, therefore, BAA Training, as an aviation training centre, has a huge responsibility to support its partner airline being an intermediary between WIZZ and cadet students. Our mission is to satisfy both parties by fulfilling a dream to become a pilot and ensuring the sufficient number of pilots with the right attitude towards the company,“ notes Egle Vaitkeviciute, CEO of BAA Training.

“As the leading airline in Romania, Wizz Air is dedicated to the country for more than a decade, constantly investing in its ever-growing network and further stimulating the local job market. In Romania, more than 750 aviation professionals are working across 7 bases, and we are welcoming all young talents interested in a sky high career as a pilot to join our Open Day in Bucharest” said Sorina Ratz, Communications Manager at Wizz Air.

During the Open Day, BAA Training will walk the participants through the application and assessment process as well as the structure of Wizz Air Cadet Program, while representatives of WIZZ will introduce the company and share information about the career opportunities.

The event takes place on the 13th of May, starting at 10:30 at EUROPA ROYALE Bucharest Hotel (Franceza St 60, 030106, Bucharest Sector 3, Romania).

Atendees are asked to register:

Source: BAA Training Press Release