As part of our commitment to developing natural talent, we make sure that upfront financial costs do not stop the great pilots of the future having the careers they deserve.

Airline Transition Training

  • So what’s different about FlightPath?

    We will train you in the way that your destination airline wants you to be trained.

    By understanding our airline clients in-depth and having creative involvement in the development of their training programmes, your experience is tailored to precisely fit their needs. 

    Professional Standards and Resilience

    IAGO Flight Path graduates secure a professional advantage - Our training programs deliver effective, airline relevant Core Competency development – less time ‘training out’ or up skilling behaviors so often missing from conventional MCC and type rating pathways.

    IAGO programs allocate additional time to embed advanced scenario and maneuver based training. We offer more in terms of content and exposure to areas that matter – building resilience so our graduates have the skills and crew behaviors to safely and consistently manage unexpected non-normal events

    In the current environment of cost pressures, it’s also refreshing to discover that in some ways we are going back in time. 

    Two decades ago you could expect to spend 44 hours in a full simulation environment. Now, it’s more like 32 to 36 hours. At IAGO we simply don’t feel that offers you, or your airline, enough. 

    We train for compliance AND competence so as a cadet you can expect at least 50 hours Type airline relevant training with us. We want to offer you a head start to your career by using the latest technologies and approaches, but also returning to a time when quality of training was the most important thing. 

    So, our approach is a mixture of traditional value with fresh ideas.

  • Reducing barriers to entry - the cost of training

    As part of our commitment to developing natural talent, we want to make sure that upfront financial costs do not stop the great pilots of the future having the careers they deserve.  

    So working with our partner airlines we’ve established a range of financial models to support aspiring pilots achieve initial Type Rating and airline placement without the need for securitized loans and inflated up front charges.

    This widens the net to attract natural talent that may otherwise not be in a position to proceed - and broadens our talent pool as the industry develops and changes.

  • What can you expect from us?

    Exceptional training, exceptional support and a genuine desire to help you succeed, with innovative training programmes that give you a clear advantage.

  • What do we expect from you?

    The attitude, desire and competence to succeed. You’ll need  a valid Class 1 Medical, current CPL ME/IR and MCC/JOC.

  • "Fantastic Training"

    IAGO helped me with fantastic training both in the classroom and simulator to complete my type rating and base training to become employed as a First Officer by Thomas Cook. I currently fly the A321 around Europe and North Africa.

    A highlight of my training would have to be going out to Larnaca, Cyprus to complete my base training. The views were incredible and it was really fun flying an empty A319!

    Oliver, First Officer A 321, IAGO scheme