L3 Airline Academy Pilot Careers Event: New Zealand

Discover how to become an airline pilot with L3 Airline Academy! 

Visit our Pilot Careers Event at our Hamilton Academy, New Zealand on Saturday July 22 2017.

As part of your visit you’ll have a guided tour of our training facilities, including the opportunity to get up close to our aircraft and simulators. 
This event will prove invaluable for you and your family as you go through your preparations to begin training and kick start your career. 
Airline Guest Speaker: We are delighted to be joined by a team from Air New Zealand who will take part in our presentation sessions throughout the day.

Morning session: 
Doors open and Airline Academy tours begin 1000
Presentation with L3 Airline Academy and Air New Zealand at 1100 Accommodation tour at 1230 (optional) 

Afternoon session: 
Doors open and Airline Academy tours begin at 1300 
Presentation with L3 Airline Academy and Air New Zealand 1400 Accommodation tour at 1530 (optional) 

PLUS: By attending either session you’ll go in the draw to win a flight in one of our single engine aircraft, or a simulator session in one of our simulators!

Please register for either the morning or afternoon session. Both sessions are identical, so by choosing one over the other you won't be missing out! This gives you the opportunity to spend the rest of the day exploring our facilities and meeting our team of expert trainers and professional pilots. 
Throughout the day, we’ll have airline pilots on hand for you to chat to about what the training and the job really entails; as well as trainees and experts from our training, selection, and management teams. 
If you’re interested in becoming an airline pilot then come along to this Pilot Careers Event to explore our world-class facilities and learn more about our unique training programs. 
Our Airline Academy will be open for visitors from 1000 - 1600 hrs. Please ensure you register all guests to attend this event to secure your places as spaces are limited and will be confirmed on a 'first come, first served' basis.