Scoot Airlines Cadet Pilot Program Scoot Airlines Cadet Pilot Program
Scoot is the international low cost carrier owned by Singapore Airlines. Based in Singapore, Scoot flies a fleet of new Boeing 777 and Boeing... Scoot Airlines Cadet Pilot Program

Scoot is the international low cost carrier owned by Singapore Airlines. Based in Singapore, Scoot flies a fleet of new Boeing 777 and Boeing 787 aircraft. It so happens that they are looking for second officers.

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 ‘A’ level, Polytechnic Diploma or Degree. 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.
  • Physically and mentally fit
  • Qualify for Class 1 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

Desirable Traits :

  • A keen learner with a strong passion for aviation
  • A team player who demonstrates composure, confidence and maturity
  • A sense of humour to brighten up the day of everyone around you
  • Definitely the ‘Scootitude’ DNA in you!
  • Jean

    June 24, 2017 #1 Author

    Hello
    It looks like it is a great opportunity. I’d like to know if professional people of other nationalities cn participate in this program.

    Jean

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    • cadet

      July 22, 2017 #2 Author

      If you are legally allowed to work in Singapore.

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      • Jean

        July 23, 2017 #3 Author

        Nationals of the country where I am from does not require a visa for tourist entry up to 90 days. And according to documentation it states that a work permit is almost always granted.

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  • Stefan

    August 26, 2017 #4 Author

    If I already applied for Singapore Airlines, considering that Scoot is a sub-division of Singapore Airlines, should I apply for Scoot as well ? How does that work if you know?

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    • cadet

      August 26, 2017 #5 Author

      Yes, you have to apply at both

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      • Stefan

        August 26, 2017 #6 Author

        Thank you kindly mate !

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  • Haytim

    September 24, 2017 #7 Author

    Are the course costs funded by the airline or by applicants? Thanks

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  • HAYTIM

    September 25, 2017 #8 Author

    Hi, is the training cost covered by the airline or by the applicants? Thanks

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