Flying across the world at the controls of some of the most sophisticated aircraft in existence, is, for many, a dream job. But the road to a pilot career is not an easy one, with many hurdles to be overcome. Here are some top tips to get you started
If you’re considering a career as a commercial pilot, the first thing you must do is obtain a Class 1 medical certificate. Make it the first step you take.
For many pilots, flying for the airlines is the ultimate dream – so if you’ve asked the question ‘How do I become a commercial pilot?’ Elinor Evans shares a few answers to start you on the road to your career…
Dan Binstead’s interest in flight training started in an unusual place – a car boot sale. There he stumbled across a copy of Flight Sim, a computer game which … Continued
The number of people choosing to enter into pilot training is at a five-year low and you can understand why – the perception that pilot training ‘needs to cost’ £120,000 … Continued
Stephen Pollard Position Cadet pilot at CTC Aviation Age 30 From Bromley, Kent First, where did you work as cabin crew? Six years with Aer Lingus and a year with British … Continued
A study released by cut-e, an assessment specialist, has highlighted personality as a key indicator for those considering a pilot career
David Montenegro, the leader of the Red Arrows sat down with The Red Bulletin to talk about why, with just metres separating you in the air, faith in your fellow pilots is absolutely key