The Pros And Cons Of Becoming A Commercial Pilot

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Register to read the introduction… The up side is that it is proven that students are normally more prepared for the career. If you go through college, you will get through quicker but the cost is greater and the training is not as specific as some of the airlines want. Doing your flight school through college may make you go back to a smaller flight school after college before you get your wings.
Some of the major colleges known for their aerospace engineering programs are: Notre Dame, North Carolina University, University of Michigan, and Purdue. These colleges all give you the option of getting your commercial pilot license and are all very good academic schools with a great reputation of making good citizens to further of society.
When looking for the salary of a commercial pilot, it ranges anywhere from $57,245-314,567. This is mainly because of the very wide variety of airlines and the size of their companies range influencing their employee’s
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These are the bigger companies but there are also smaller companies that only fly to a specific spot. Those places would be the smaller salary places because the pilot’s job is very repeative. Working for a larger company means that the pilots must study a larger portion of land, this increases their responsibility and their job is more stressful.
In conclusion, becoming a pilot can be a lot of work. There are many ways to get there but once you get there, you will be with people that have had the same training as you and no matter how you got your wings, you will all be on the same page and easily be able to understand the word just for pilots.

Works Cited

"Aerospaceweb.org | Ask Us - Becoming a Commercial Airline Pilot." Aerospaceweb.org | Reference for Aviation, Space, Design, and Engineering. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Mar. 2011. .

"Commercial Pilot Licence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Mar. 2011.

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