I think their requirements are idiotically strict. But that is the right as a company. Ironically far from favouring Irish pilots the result is to exclude many perfectly good Irish candidates and open the door to others who meet their requirements.
Being Irish and applying for any Irish airline won't do you any harm but is no advantage unless you meet the standard they want.
Amg182, i am currently training in Flight Training Europe in Jerez and without starting the whole modular integrated debate again i am happy with that choice i made. Thank God i came when i did though because the course price has gone up 10 grand since .
"Those on the latter end of the training ladder, what's the prognosis? Are ye airline bound?"
Hopefully, no guarantees though. A lot of airlines start recruiting in Spring again.
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