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4:23 PM May 17, 2019

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4:23 PM May 17, 2019

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Cebu Pacific “Study Now, Pay Later” Cadet Pilot Program Now Open

CEBU PACIFIC – The Cebu Pacific Airline opened its Cadet Pilot program featuring “study now, pay later” scheme for aspiring pilots.

Undeniably, among the professions that a lot of people are dreaming about is becoming a pilot. Flying a plane and bringing a lot of people to the different countries across the globe safely would be great.

Also, it is another profession that offers the privilege to see the world for free. You can get to your dream countries without spending a bit and while enjoying your job.

However, becoming a pilot may require a huge amount of money – before. Currently, there are already “study now, pay later” programs offered by the different companies including Cebu Pacific Air.

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Recently, through its official page on Facebook, Cebu Pacific announced that it is opening its application for the 7th batch of its Cadet Pilot Program. The said program offers a “study now, pay later” scheme for aspiring pilots.

For those who are interested, you may begin with your application online. You will be asked to provide your personal details, postal address, birth date, place of birth, gender, etc.

Also, there are questions posted for the applicants like the availability of their passport and as well as the proof of degree completion. The application form is available on –
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YFDGFGM?fbclid=IwAR3KSFFILl6F0mAVBftxnDLuRCHTygDuNARaYjIfEpGeutr3SjsLx08FIhM.

Based on the official post of the airline, under the “study now, pay later” program for aspiring pilots, successful applicants would be sent to Australia for the training. They will be honed by Flight Training Adelaide.

Good luck applicants!

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