Human flight has always been one of mankind’s archetypal dreams. This article provides useful information for anyone who is thinking about learning how to fly. More specifically, the information presented here provides the steps you need to know in order to become a certified Private Pilot in the United States.
Have you been thinking about learning to fly an airplane? Or have you thought about it in the past? How about, have you ever dreamed about piloting an airplane? If you answered yes to any [...]
When we think about a pilot career, most of us automatically get an image of an airline pilot in their minds. Well, it is true that airline pilot career has been one of the most glorified and sought after pilot career, historically speaking, but there are a lot of other options available for a pilot to explore as well. Airline pilots, honestly, are not necessarily the highly paid least amount of work and a lot of fun lot anymore. Things have changed, and they are changing as we entered the 21st century. I have compiled here a list of 20 career choices, or 20 pilot job lines you can chose from. And each one is more interesting than the previous one. In my future posts I will write in mote detail about all these choices, and what one needs to do to achieve the desired goal.
NTSB’s investigation hearings of the Jan 15th, 2009 US Airways’ Airbus Flight 1549 bird-strike incident which led to the ditching of the aircraft in Hudson river have generated some potential recommendations – developing an on-aircraft [...]
US Military offers various career opportunities in aviation for both men and women, whether enlisted or as commissioned officers.In my opinion, military aviation careers are a great stepping stone for similar jobs in the civil aviation industry. Most military aviators, whether they [...]
The other day while browsing through African American Aviation History websites and blogs, I came across a name that I had heard many a times, but never got an opportunity [...]
The other day I wrote about how the JDPO is working hard to design the future of aviation, and how the NextGen is going to address the issues related to the safety, capacity and efficiency of the national airspace system while providing a flexible, expandable platform to accommodate future air traffic growth. You can read my article on NextGen Air Transportation System by clicking here.
The more I am learning about this, the more I worry about that who is going to fix all these avionics when they break down. There is already an extreme shortage of aviation mechanics, and these guys are not even trained to repair avionics! And to be able to repair avionics, one doesn’t even have to be an aircraft or aviation mechanic.
Ok guys. The other day I wrote about Sean D. Tucker, the world famous aerobatic pilot, who also is an honorary Thunderbird and Blue Angel, and performs for the the Team Oracle, and was supposed to be on [...]
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