Aviation Academy is the largest ab initio flight
training network in the world delivering and supporting
training at 11 high quality training academies. We have the resources and expertise to train up to 2,000 pilot cadets
Aviation Academy’s Pilot Training Programmes provide
high quality, focused ab initio training to aspiring pilots across the globe.
programmes combine premier ground school courses with high quality flying
instruction delivered in accordance with national aviation authority
requirements. However, we know that operating as part of a crew of a modern
airline requires a unique set of skills and attributes that embrace all aspects
of flying ability and personal aptitude. For this reason our training
programmes also incorporate many other elements which, when combined, go well
beyond the minimum requirements for licence issue. The cadets graduating from
our training courses have had training consistent with airline expectations and
are well equipped to meet the challenges facing airline pilots today.
If you are an aspiring pilot, visit caeoxfordaviationacademy.com
for more information.
CAE Oxford Aviation
training programs are designed by highly experienced cross-functional expert
teams, applying global best practices and knowledge sharing to ensure we
deliver the highest quality skills training, all in accordance with aviation
authority standards worldwide.
World’s Largest Network of Ab Initio Flight Schools. CAE Oxford Aviation Academy is CAE’s network of ab initio training programs for individuals with no prior flying experience who are looking to become pilots. We can currently train about 1,500 pilot cadets per year at...
CAE, a world leader in advanced flight simulation technology, is also a pioneer in adapting high-fidelity simulation...
The Multi-crew Pilot License (MPL) program is an airline-sponsored competency-based training program that focuses on developing ab initio pilot cadets into high-quality First Officers ready to fly the line upon completion of their training.
We know that airlines are looking for a reliable source of new pilots – capable and trainable individuals who represent minimal training risk now and in their future careers.