Malaysia AirAsia seeks to develop the next generation of AirAsia pilots through the AirAsia MPL program, a competency-based training program that is designed especially for AirAsia.
Upon successfully being selected by AirAsia, aspiring pilots will be enrolled into the AirAsia MPL Program to earn a Multi-Crew Pilot License (MPL) with a Frozen ATPL to reach the ultimate objective of becoming an AirAsia co-pilot on an Airbus A320 aircraft.
AirAsia, named the World’s Best Low-Cost Airline at the annual Skytrax World Airline Awards ten times in a row from 2009 to 2018, is the leading and largest low-cost carrier in Asia has had a long-standing and relationship with CAE since 2004 being the exclusive training partner for the airline.
Part 1: ATPL Theoretical Knowledge Training
Part 2: MPL Program
Phase 1: Core Training
Phase 2: Basic Training
Phase 3 & 4: Intermediate & Advanced Training
All applicants will be screened and selected based on the initial entry requirements.
Phase 1: Online application
If you meet the eligibility requirements, you can apply when the cadet recruitment program is announced. AirAsia assessors will review your application and successful candidates will be invited to take an assessment test.
Phase 2: Airline assessment tests
Applicants who have been selected by AirAsia after successfully applying will be invited to take the assessment tests at a designated location, at a designated date and time.
Phase 3: Interview
Candidates that successfully pass all the assessment tests will be shortlisted for a face-to-face interview.
Those who emerge successfully from the selection process will be given a letter of intent by AirAsia to progress to the next step to undertake a MPL training.
All candidates who score the minimum pass marks, as decided by AirAsia, shall be interviewed individually. Henceforth, the results will not be announced on the day of the test.
The number of candidates allowed for the assessments will be based on AirAsia Management’s selection.