Funding for airline pilot training has long been a major obstacle for those who wish to get into this most rewarding career. Long gone are the days of traditional sponsorship where an airline would fund all your training. Even in the face of a very real pilot shortage airlines are still not reverting to full sponsorship, keeping the onus squarely on the shoulders of the cadet and his or her parents/sponsors to find the funds to pay for the training.
The important thing is to see funding training as an investment in your future career. Your chances of gaining a First Officer position are extremely high at the moment and for the foreseeable future. Therefore a loan to fund your training is an investment rather than a debt.
2FLY continually strive to find funding solutions from banks and financial institutions. Here are details of a training loan which we have set up with our financial partners – ‘Professional Loans‘. It is a bespoke loan specifically to fund the 2FLY Pro-Pilot Programme.
Please note that in order to qualify for this loan you must successfully complete the Cadet Assessment.
You will work in direct contact with our independent finance broker who will offer a bespoke financial solution to you.
The key fundamentals of the funding solution (subject to status) are:
- Secured against the equity in a UK based property
- Secured with a minimum of 1 guarantor
- Length of financial solution to be agreed with our independent finance broker (12+ years as guide)
- You can acquire the full course amount including living expenses if required
To find out if you initially qualify for this funding scheme you will need to answer YES to ALL the questions below:
- Do you (or close family member) own a UK Property?
- Would you (or close family member) be willing to use it as security?
- Would you be able to appoint a minimum of 1 loan guarantor (often a family member)?
If you have answered ‘yes’ to all the above, then great! The next step is to complete the short form below. We will then be in touch in order to help you apply for the loan.