Arajet and Boeing open second scholarship program for Dominican pilots

Arajet continues to promote the development of Dominican pilots

(Source: Arajet)

Arajet, the low-priced Caribbean airline, opened the second edition of its scholarship program for Dominican cadet pilots, as part of its social responsibility actions to promote the development of local talent among national pilots.

The airline explained that this new call is made with the support of the services and tools of the American company Boeing, to offer educational opportunities with world-class quality standards, and thus contribute to the growth of the aviation sector in the Dominican Republic.

“This second call for young people who are starting out as Dominican pilots is a confirmation of the commitment that Arajet has made with the national aeronautical sector to develop the Dominican airline industry and that we increasingly have more Creole talent specialized in all areas of aviation. ” stated Víctor Pacheco, CEO and founder of Arajet.

Pacheco highlighted that in the first stage they will be offering two full scholarships for training that will allow him to be certified by Boeing and study at its facilities in the United States. "This school program has a theoretical part and a practical part of training in the Boeing flight simulator in the city of Miami, in order to begin their career as a commercial pilot and belong to the airline as first officers."

The national flag airline explained that candidates interested in applying must have the following requirements: be a Dominican citizen, of legal age, have a commercial pilot license, have a minimum of 200 hours of flight experience, with the addition of bi-aircraft. -engine or multi-engine, have an American visa and have at least level 4 of ICAO English.

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