Norse Atlantic Airways and OSM Aviation Academy have decided to collaborate on the establishment of a cadet program.
The idea is intended to educate pupils for future careers with the new long-haul airline.
With a fleet of 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, Norse will take to the skies in the second quarter of 2022, offering low-cost flights between Europe and North America.
The development and development of a cadet program will begin once the airline is fully established, in close conjunction with OSM Aviation Academy.
“Initiating a career path and mentorship program for our pilots as early as their initial stages of education and training aligns with our values of inclusive, ownership and kindness.
“We believe that taking ownership and including our future colleagues at an early stage will be a key effort in securing the talent of tomorrow,” said chief culture officer Kristin Berthelsen at Norse.
Bjrn Tore Larsen, the CEO of the Norse firm BTLCO, controls 73 percent of OSM Aviation Academy.
“We are thrilled to launch this collaboration with Norse Atlantic Airways, a company that represents innovation and will create many new jobs in the aviation industry.
“We see our students as future colleagues, ensuring that they have the best career options after graduation.
“This partnership will motivate them even further to study diligently and work hard to pursue these opportunities and make a future for themselves,” said Hans Kyrre Hultgren, managing director at OSM Aviation Academy.