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Hi everyone

If budget, or acceptance, wasn’t an issue, where would your top 3, or 5, places be to do your EASA ATPL training?

I do note that some places like L3 appear to have US training facilities as well as NZ etc

But if you had your choice, where would it be and why?

;)....this should be fun
It's not really the right audience for integrated ATPL wannabees. We are mostly old gits with a few years experience and our own toys or shares. My godson has just completed his course - he did the Coventry, NZ, Bournemouth thing. I think he'd say that the best option is the one with a guaranteed job at the end...................he's now a Cojo with Sleezyjet and has no complaints about the training (apart from the cost).