SeriouslyI got on with Wasaya slinging bags. Then I did the instructor route when I realised it would be over 2 years to get into a seat.
It doesn't matter what school you attend to get that first job, it has more to do with connections and attitude/personality.
Chase lifestyle not metal.
Yes it's true that immediately after you leave MFC you shouldn't expect an airline position straight away, but if there are any schools out there that can promise that, I'd like to speak with them. Obviously they know something I don't.
I'm proud to me a MFC graduate, it's helped me achieve everything I have in the aviation industry so far. Everywhere I go, the MFC name is recognized and respected. Great experience overall.
You always need at least two...
On a side note, after graduation I couldn't afford anything, so I worked out of the aviation industry for 2 years to make a little coin back, and applied for jobs everywhere. Finally did get a ramp job, and am still working at it. Maybe in the next 1 to 2 years I'll get aboard something, (been almost a year now) but all you can do in the meantime is put your nose to the grindstone and keep working.
I know it sounds bitter, because it is. If I had to do it all over again I'd go to a trade school, make a few dollars, and save up for flight school, and maybe then. Ah well, to deep in it now to give up, so I'll just work away at it some more
Whats it like to work there in terms of working environment? How long can someone expect before they can start teaching multi? Also, whats the city of Moncton like?
Thanks for any help.
And the structured ICPC program is cheaper, but still in a school like environment
But keep all the comments and experiences about Moncton coming, their greatly appreciated