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Air Asia India

Work Hard and Play Hard

If you are dreaming about flying, now’s the time to make it happen. Explore the Air Asia India Cadet Pilot program

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June 3, 2019     |     One min read

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Whether you are fresh out of school, just spreading your wings or looking for a career change, AirAsia India, a Tata JV with Air Asia Investment Limited, can help get your career off to a flying start.

Here is how:

If you make the cut, you will be provided with a full-fledged training pathway that starts with an induction and assessment in India, inflight training in an Air Asia approved training facility overseas which results in the acquisition of a commercial pilot license (CPL) and a conversion for eligibility to fly commercial in India.

Who can apply?

You need to be an Indian national or an Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), should have passed a 10+2 or equivalent with a minimum of 60% in English, Physics and Mathematics, aggregate and individually, and should Ability to hold a Class I & II unrestricted medical certifications.

For more information on the program and to apply, visit the program website.

Please note:

  • This program is open at the time of publishing
  • This opportunity is posted for purposes of information only; all application and processing takes place on Air Asia’s website or authorized recruitment portal
  • Do not send unsolicited applications or resumes via email to this website; they will not be acted upon
  • No Tata company asks for processing fees from applicants. Beware of job fraudDisclaimer.

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