Cadetship Course

Phase 1
Phase 1 of the Free Spirit Airlines Pilot Cadetship is an intensive pilot training program, which
will take approximately eighteen months to complete. The training is provided by a pilot training
provider chosen by Free Spirit Airlines. This accredited training provider has been chosen by
Free Spirit Airlines based on their proven ability to deliver the highest standards in commercial
flying training.

The eighteen months of training consists of combined Aviation Theory Training, Simulator Training
and Flying Training. The course also includes Airline Transport Pilot Theory subjects. Cadets will
be provided with course structure and itinerary on commencement.

Cadets will be subjected to external theory and practical testing, administered by the Civil Aviation
Safety Authority. Progress to subsequent phase of training will be subject to successful completion
of these tests. Upon completion of Phase 1, the cadet will graduate the course, holding a Commercial
Aeroplane Pilot Licence, Command Multi-Engine Instrument Rating and hold a pass in all of Airline
Transport Licence theory subjects.

At this point the Employer will facilitate for Commercial Pilot Employment. The pilot shall be
engaged in operating charter and aerial work flights, as authorised by the company or any other
entity which holds a binding commercial agreement with Free Spirit Airlines. Upon obtaining
the necessary Commercial Flying Experience, consisting of 1000 hours of total flight time in
light aircraft, which is expected to take 12-18 months, Free Spirit Airlines will progress the pilot
to Phase 2.

Phase 2
Duration of Phase 2 training is 2-3 months.
This phase of training includes Turbine Aircraft Endorsement Training, where pilots undergo ground
school training as well as flying training in order to obtain the required qualifications to fly turbine
Beechcraft 1900 aircraft. Upon completion of this phase, the pilot is offered full time employment
as Beechcraft 1900 First Officer, operating scheduled airline services to company ports.