Singapore Airline Scoot relaunches Cadet Program

The Singapore based low-cost carrier opened applications for its MPL (Multi-Crew Pilot License) program again on the 27th of January 2022.

Cadets will undergo a customised co-funded 19 months training course at Scoot’s preferred training college. Completion of the course equips you with a Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL) or ‘Frozen’ ICAO ATPL which will make you one one step closer to becoming a Second Officer/Junior First Officer.

Upon graduation from the MPL Cadet Programme, you will undertake Scoot’s base and line training to ensure you are fully equipped with the essential skills and knowledge to fly the Boeing 787 Dreamliner or Airbus 320.

Essential Requirements
  • Minimally 18 years old (as required by regulations in Air Navigation Order).
  • Legally entitled to work in Singapore upon completion of training.
  • GCE ‘O’ level and above. A minimum of 5 Credits in the GCE ‘O’ level or its equivalent at one sitting. These must include English, Mathematics and a Science subject, preferably Physics.
  • Qualify for Class I & II unrestricted medical certification as approved by the Civil Aviation Medical Board (CAMB).
  • Good visual acuity of at least 6/60 without optical aid, correctable to 6/6 and not colour blind.
  • Be able to commit to a period of 18 months of consecutive training with no disruption.
  • Physically and mentally fit.

Source: Scoot

To learn more about the requirements, check out Scoot’s Cadet Pilot Programme.

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