on direct entry to British Airways
Our flagship proven EASA ATPL Programme has been running for nearly 25 years and is designed for those who wish to fly European registered aircraft for airlines such as British Airways, Ryanair, Easyjet and other known providers. It will transform new cadets into licenced pilots eligible for any European airline first officer position.
2FLY Airborne in Florida is FAA and EASA Approved. It has been established for over 20 years. It is an FAA-approved Part 141 flight school, which means that it meets the stringent standards set by the FAA for pilot training. This ensures that the training you receive is of the highest quality and prepares you to a professional standard for a career in aviation.
2FLY Pro Pilot students train in Florida and Spain which have great weather conditions for flying all year round. This means that you can complete your training efficiently without worrying about weather-related delays and associated cost increases.
2FLY has a team of experienced instructors who have a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the aviation industry. They are dedicated to providing the highest quality of training to their students and have a proven track record of success with 100% of 2022 and 2023 graduates securing jobs with airlines across Europe.
2FLY has a modern fleet of aircraft and state-of-the-art facilities, including advanced flight simulators, which provide a safe and effective learning environment in both the US and Spain.
Buzz airlines serves the East coast of Florida and the Bahamas. Our top cadets get the opportunity to enrol on our Airline Orientation Module (AOM) for unique flight experience.
2FLY offers career development services, including interview preparation, resume writing, and job placement assistance. The school has partnerships with several aviation companies, which can help you find employment after you complete your training.
2FLY graduates can be found flying for airlines around the world as we train for both FAA and EASA licences.
These are some of the European airlines for whom our graduates fly.