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  1. hi im intersted to be come commercial pilot can you please send some information such as course fees +accommodation +duration of the course and im srarting from zero,,best regard

  2. Khalid, first thank you for reading iflyasa.com blog. We do not provide any flight training here at iflyasa.com, just the information to educate you so that you can make an educated decision about your flight training and pilot career. Please keep reading our blog regularly, and keep learning, and all this is for free. Best.

  3. i’m Adriano
    hi…
    i want to be a pilot
    i’m from Egypt..
    i want to make it out side Egypt such as in Florida
    but i dont know wht to do…
    so can you tell me plzz ??

  4. Dear Adriano,
    iflyasa.com General Aviation and Flight Training blog is a free informational site. We are not affiliated with any flight school or any other flight training organization. However, to answer your question, I will definitely write an article about the steps required for a foreign student to apply and get admitted in a US Flight Training school, and I will try to do so within this week. Thanks for reading my post.

  5. Dear Steve,
    I will reply back to your questions in a day or so. In the meanwhile, if you can elaborate a little bit more on the kind and level of disability, and the the eventual desired level of pilot certificate. In other words, why does the applicant want to learn to fly, pleasure or something more than that? Thanks for reading my post.

  6. Dear Vicky,
    First, thanks for visiting and reading my blog. Second, this is a great question that you asked, and I will definitely write in detail on this subject in the next few days. In the meanwhile, here is the answer in brief: the prospects of getting employed as a pilot in the short future (5 years) is excellent. Think about it, as people/economies grow, travel industry grows proportionally, both business and pleasure/vacation. Corporation and vacationers can afford to travel more. And I guarantee you that they will not be taking trains or buses anymore. More later.

  7. Dear Vicky,
    First, thanks for visiting and reading my blog. Second, this is a great question that you asked, and I will definitely write in detail on this subject in the next few days. In the meanwhile, here is the answer in brief: the prospects of getting employed as a pilot in the short future (5 years) is excellent. Think about it, as people/economies grow, travel industry grows proportionally, both business and pleasure/vacation. Corporation and vacationers can afford to travel more. And I guarantee you that they will not be taking trains or buses anymore. More later.

  8. Yazan, yes anyone with at least a PPL can obtain a type rating, in most cases. However, some type ratings have restrictions like SIC only etc, unless you meet some higher minimums. You should check with the training organizations that provide type ratings to get the details.

  9. i have dreamd to become a pilot …..and trying my best ..i'am wicked out making money for pilot traning…i need more info about flying schools can any body plx give me a hand….

  10. Hi i am Leena.I am basicaly from a middle class family where my parents can not afford to pay alot for my study in aviation.I would love to become a pilot.Is there any way for my dream to come true.

  11. iflyasa,

    I am a Student Naval Aviator currently training in VT-2 at NAS Whiting Field. If you are interested in putting up a link to my blog, I believe you will find that it gives a weekly portrayal of life in Navy flight school… (at least my life). Check it out and see if it is something you would like to add to your site. I am going to spend some time on my site tomorrow making a "Favorite Links" and your website is one that I will put on there. Thanks brother.

    JR Walsh http://clearedfortake-off.blogspot.com

  12. Sir,
    I was wondering if you would add me as a link on your blog. I have a blog of my own, and it is about my time training to be a Naval Aviator. I am still currently in training. Give it a look, thanks!
    JR Walsh

  13. hi, i’d like to know if you can recomend some good reading material about becoming an airline pilot. thank’s

  14. hi im intersted to be come commercial pilot can you please send some information such as course fees +accommodation +duration of the course and im srarting from zero,,best regard

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