Airline Pilot (Virtual Apprentice) by Don Rauf

By Don Rauf

Chapters contain:
- Up, Up, and Away!
- Pilot at the Job
- Aviation Tech and Trends
- Pilot in Training
- The sky is the Limit
- youngsters Ask, Pilots Answer
- digital Pilot for a Day
- count number Me In...or Out.
Each obtainable e-book comprises:
- A behind-the-scenes examine the featured industry
- Profiles of operating execs that supply an inside of peek at what they do
- fact fee sidebars to aid readers come to a decision if this is often the activity for them
- discover extra and try it out sidebars for additional research
- an afternoon within the existence job checklist that info a customary day at the job
- Q&As among real-life children and pros
- A count number Me In magazine function for readers to trace their activities.
With a full of life tone, dynamic glance, and many full-color and black-and-white pictures, the digital Apprentice books are the best start line for teens starting their profession exploration.

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You also have to be a clear communicator. You have to make sure your speech is clear. Microphone or “mic” fright can be one of the biggest barriers to doing this job. How did you get started? on tHe JoB I got a lot of my technical training in the Air Force and I worked at several different places around the world and got experience as an air traffic controller. I’m not trained as a pilot and you don’t need a pilot background to get into this, but it certainly could help. Colleges offer courses now in air traffic control.

It’s a lot to learn, but bringing together all these worlds of knowledge and applying them to a career can be exciting. Solid work experience is another part of the climb to becoming a commercial pilot. Many future commercial pilots build hours as an instructor, and then take a job flying with small regional fleets and on corporate jets before advancing to the national airlines. Once you do land this job, you will still need to pass a flight test every six months and keep up with the latest technology and procedures.

They authorize takeoffs or cancel flights. They often work under pressure in a noisy, hectic office with other airport workers. They rely on computers, calculators, and weather charts—sometimes doing the job of a meteorologist. Most of these positions require a college degree with a major in air transportation and some background in meteorology. Flight Instructor This might be one of the scariest aviation careers because you have to sit next to someone who has no experience flying and let that person take control of the aircraft.

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