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How to Get a Pilot License

Many people who fly aircraft really love doing so. Private pilots are those people who feel immense freedom to travel solo and explore the entire world. If this appeals to you, you may already be wondering how to get a pilot license! One of the first certifications to acquire is a private pilot’s license. It […]

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Helpful Tips when Finding the Best Flight School

There is no easier way to live your dream than by having your own private pilot license. This is a journey that will require a lot of effort from your part, but the results will be worth it. You will be able to reach destinations faster and fly at cheaper and more affordable rates when […]

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Tips on Finding the Best Flight School

Introduction A flight school is a good place where you can study different courses of flight operations in a technical and systematic way. The techniques and skills you acquire from aviation schools are vital if at all you are aspiring to become a pilot in future. Choosing the right flight school needs time and vigilance. […]

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Demand unprecedented for pilots and technicians

As global economies expand and airlines take delivery of tens of thousands of new commercial jetliners over the next 20 years, there will be unprecedented demand for people to pilot and maintain these airplanes. To meet this tremendous growth, the 2015 Boeing Pilot and Technical Outlook forecasts that between now and 2034, the aviation industry […]

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Becoming a Pilot

If you’re not sure whether or not you would like to pursue a career as an aviator, our advice to you is………go to a nearby Flight School and take a ‘Discovery Flight’. A Discovery Flight or Familiarization Flight is known by various different names depending upon the Flight School, but generally involves a 30 minute […]

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Shrinking Pool of Future Pilots Keeps Major Airlines on Edge

Study shows deficit of 15,000 by 2026 as fewer choose career Regional carriers already reeling from aviator shortage After coping with terrorism, bankruptcies and consolidation, the largest U.S. airlines are facing a new problem: They may start running out of pilots in as soon as three years. That looming pilot deficit will soar to 15,000 […]

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Flybe’s Financial Statement Reported Their Expansion Plans Held Back by a Shortage of Trained Pilots

The Exeter-based carrier’s half-yearly statement explained, “With the current market capacity growth, shortages of trained pilots are emerging that put further strain on Flybe’s ability to grow the route network.” The regional airline is nearing the end of a three-year transformation plan, which included a brand relaunch, addressing fleet issues and exiting a loss-making Finnish joint […]

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Sun ‘n Fun 2017 Thrills Fans of All Ages

While the week started out with grey skies and not-so-distant storms threatening to put a damper on festivities, Fun ‘n Sun 2017 was ultimately unstoppable. By Wednesday, the skies opened up over Lakeland’s Linder Regional Airport, and aviation fans of all ages were guaranteed that there would be no shortage of sun or fun. Although, anyone who […]

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Compass Airlines Raises First Year Pilot Pay To $41.00 Per Flight Hour

First year, First Officer pay at Compass Airlines will soon be the highest in the regional airline industry. Compass is pleased to announce that effective October 1, 2017, its first year, First Officer pay will increase to $41.00 per flight hour. Additionally, First Officers at all pay steps will receive an increase. “The nationwide pilot […]

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Pilot Hiring Bulletin – April 2017

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