This company offer a 'fast-track' modular course which, in their words:
Our speciality is the training of pilots with no flying experience to become Fastrack airline ready pilots by means of continuous Modular training. If this course is commenced on a full time basis it is possible to complete in under 12 months however the majority of students will take between 12 – 18 months to graduate. This will provide the cadet with a ‘frozen’ European Aviation and Safety Agency (EASA) Airline Transport Pilot Licence (fATPL). The Licence will remain ‘frozen’ until 1,500hrs of Total time and 500hrs of Multi Crew time have been achieved.
They also add:
100% of Aeros Fastrack graduates have been placed with major airlines across Europe over the past two years.
All for the relatively low cost of around 62,000 Euros.
My question is about the last part of that, regarding hours. How much time (months/years) and how much money would it cost to achieve the 1,500 total hours with 500 multi crew hours after completion of the fast-track?
Several aviation forums suggest this is a much better deal than the airline provided schemes, where they normally charge around double this in order to actual turn a profit on training.