Pilot training with the Wings Alliance

 In Learning to fly, News

Choosing where to undertake professional training is a big decision for any pilot. Hanna Kerr is a First Officer with Loganair and a graduate of the Wings Alliance. She tells us a little about her training experience.

Hanna chose to undertake her Airline Pilot Standards Multi-Crew Cooperation (APS MCC) course through the Wings Alliance as she believed it would offer her the best training she could receive as a cadet. She chose modular training, as it allowed her to work full-time while completing her frozen ATPL.

“I thoroughly enjoyed the sim phase of the training and it really prepared me for what to expect during my type rating. The course develops pilot competencies and the sim phase really gives a good insight of how to use the skills daily as a pilot”.

Hanna completed her training in the UK in two years and two months, and landed her first job just seven weeks after finishing her APS MCC. She reports that “I could not be happier doing amazing flying every day, it’s a real dream come true”.

The Wings Alliance is a not-for-profit association of modular flight schools across Europe that offers a cost-effective route to a career as an EASA Commercial Pilot. It also provides a monitoring and mentoring service throughout pilot training. The Wings Alliance offer a range of courses to suit all circumstances in a variety of European locations:

  • Flexible course (part or full-time)
  • Full-time packaged programme
  • A BEng Aerospace Engineering with Pilot Studies degree in partnership with the University of the West of England.

For further information please see the Wings Alliance website.

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