Aviation Management Student joins Aer Lingus Cadetship Programme
Congratulations to Paul Deegan, BSc in Aviation Management (with Pilot Studies) student, 1 of 12 pilot cadets selected from the 3,000 applicants for the Aer Lingus Cadetship Programme.
Paul (pictured back) and his group joined FTEJerez, a flight training organisation, based in Jerez, Spain. FTEJerez continues to deliver the highest standards of training and care for cadets as they prepare for life in the world of commercial aviation.
Last May, twenty Aer Lingus cadets, who had successfully completed the cadetship programme, graduated from FTEJerez and became fully-fledged Aer Lingus co-pilots. They are now all flying Aer Lingus’ short haul European routes.
Outgoing Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller (pictured centre) said, “Aer Lingus has a proud history of providing young people with long term career opportunities through pilot cadetships, apprentice engineer programmes and other graduate training programmes.”
We wish Paul every success in the Cadetship Programme!
You can learn more information about the DCU BSc in Aviation Management here
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