Where do Air Canada Pilots train?
Air Canada pilots operate out of one of our four crew bases: Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg or Vancouver. Base preferences are awarded by seniority, so pilots must be willing to relocate as assigned.
Do you need a degree to be a pilot in Canada?
Pilot applications far exceed job vacancies, so preference is given to candidates with qualifications beyond the basic requirements. Examples of desirable additional qualifications include, but are not limited to: Graduates of a three or four year diploma/degree program from a college or university.
How many hours do you need to fly for Air Canada?
Please arrive at the airport at least 3 hours prior to your flight departure time as processing times are longer due to COVID-19.
How long is the training for Air Canada?
Prepare yourself for our flight safety and procedures training that’s second to none. This is a comprehensive 6-week program (4 weeks technical, 2 weeks service) in which all in-flight safety information will be covered, including pre- and post-flight boarding procedures.
Where do you go to training for Air Canada Rouge?
Applicants learn the in’s and out’s of airplane safety, and how to ensure the safest flight possible for customers and fellow Air Canada Rouge Crew members. After successfully completing our safety training program, applicants must attend a one-week training program typically held in Orlando, Florida.
Where is the Air Canada simulator in Toronto?
CAE Toronto is conveniently located near the Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ). The facility was expanded in 2015 to 17 full-flight simulator bays, and houses Air Canada’s fleet of simulators as well as six CAE-owned and operated FFSs.
Is there a bombardier training centre in Toronto?
The training centre is an authorized training provider for Bombardier, supporting CRJ aircraft deliveries. In addition to providing services to Air Canada, the Toronto centre serves crews from numerous airlines; effectively training more than 10,000 pilots and technicians annually.