Air Canada enRoute
If there was ever a time to become a pilot with Air Canada, it’s now. Since 2012, we’ve trained 1,500 new pilots, with each pilot pursuing their individual career path. The three general routes to becoming a pilot are through flying clubs, flight colleges and universities, and the road less travelled: the military. In each case you’ll need to have a minimum of 2,000 flight hours under your belt1, an ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot License)2, Canadian citizenship4 or landed immigrant status and a category one medical certificate3. A points system based on your education, experience flying aircraft and number of languages spoken is allotted when you apply online.