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Some Predictions of Pilot Corps Growth

Predictions of pilot corps growth are based on both known scheduled retirements ...

Landing a Range of Pilot Jobs

Little has been said so far about how pilots commence their aviation careers. Ma...

Terms Involved in Contracts of Pilots

Whether your airline is unionized or not, you will work under a contract. You ow...

Airline Pilot Unions and their Training Contracts

Eighty percent of the nation's airline pilots are represented by the Air Line Pi...

Aspects of the Airline Job

The Training Initial flight engineer or first officer training will include a w...

The Schedule of Pilots, With Focus on the Majors

Pilots for the major airlines fly from 10 days to as many as 20 short days per m...

The Regional Airline Flying Job

In 1989 there were approximately 6,983 airline pilots flying non-jet aircraft. T...

Pilot Qualifications and Requirements

Commuter pilots come from all areas of aviation and have a diversified flying ba...

Advancement Opportunities for Pilots

By virtue of the rapid growth and 50 percent attrition rate, upgrades to captain...

The Corporate Flying Job

An estimated 10,000 pilots fly cabin class twins or larger....

Helicopter and Other Flying Jobs

With recent advances in technology, the helicopter segment of the aviation indus...

Ab Initio Programs

Airline managements responded in the late 1980s to a weakening of the pool of qu...

Other Routes to a Pilot Job

Although the ab initio route is an efficient one, it probably will never prove t...

What It Takes to Be a Pilot

The average new-hire major or national airline pilot has a four-year college deg...

What it Takes to Become a Pre-Solo (Student Pilot), Solo Student Pilot, Private Pilot and Commercial Pilot

Pre Solo (Student Pilot) Your instructor, generally called a Certified Right In...

Military Pilots: How to Launch A Civil Flying Career

Qualifications Military pilots must convert their military experience to a comm...

Getting Started: Applying, Interviewing, Evaluating Job Offers

Applying for the Job As a pilot candidate, your task is to market yourself and ...

A Pilot Must Know Who Is Hiring and Who Will Hire You

First, as a pilot candidate, you should find out who is hiring. In its monthly J...

The Resume of a Pilot

The resume is the most important document in your quest for a satisfying aviatio...

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