Road To Becoming An Airline Second Officer – Matt Waterton
Even for those young men and women who have already taken steps towards being a pilot, until very recently a career as an airline pilot has still seemed out of reach. Many major airlines are opening up their doors, increasing numbers in their cadet and direct entry programs and offering new entry points into the industry.
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Recommended Pathway to become an airline pilot – for overseas student
September 16, 2018 in Aviation, Flight Training Tips, LTF News
LTF student Balendran Thavarajah has just successfully completed his first solo flight. We thought it would be a great idea to share his flight story, to show you that it is possible to juggle a busy professional and family life with your dream of flying.
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6 Questions During Pilot Interviews That Are Frequently Underestimated
When leading courses at ACS and with Learn to Fly, we have had many successful airline candidates who are now flying large turboprop and jet airliners. This has given us the opportunity to assist candidates through the Interview Process and successfully improve techniques and methods to do so.
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My Flight Story: Learning to Fly with Balendran Thavarajah
LTF student Balendran Thavarajah has just successfully completed his first solo flight. We thought it would be a great idea to share his flight story, to show you that it is possible to juggle a busy professional and family life with your dream of flying.
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Sharing experiences: How I passed my cadet pilot interview with Singapore Airlines
Firstly some background about me – I got interested in aviation about 3 years ago (2015). Prior to that, I had absolutely no background on aviation at all, no flying experience, no education, nothing. What sparked my interest was a rather chance encounter while I was working full time 3 years ago. Back then, I was working full time at my family’s business where we run a car workshop.
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