Mr. Jiva Ananthan, our student from Singapore, is a nurse by profession but, has always dreamed of becoming a pilot ever since he was a young boy. Mr. Jiva is currently undergoing his Airline Pilot Integrated Training (APIT) Program with 14DAYPILOT Flight Academy. Mr. Jiva has done a course of intensive training in Indonesia along with his Pass Oral Exam System (POES). The APIT program was designed to train pilots for an airline career, in which Mr. Jiva will be obtaining a Commercial Pilot License with Multi Engine Rating and 265 hours of flight time at the end of his training.
Why does hypoxia occur? How many types of hypoxia are there? To know more about hypoxia we must first know the science behind the transport of oxygen throughout the body. Let’s step onto the surface of the respiratory system. We all know that our body takes in oxygen and exhales CO2. All of these occurs inside the lungs however, there are more steps involved to this where oxygen is brought to all parts of the body and exchanged with carbon dioxide. The human blood contains haemoglobin (Hb) that carries the oxygen molecules from the lungs to the body tissues around the body such as body organs.
Jiva Ananthan Viseikumaran is a Singaporean Army Captain who became a student of 14DAYPILOT Flight Academy taking the Airline Pilot Integrated Training program available. His story began with a series of intensive trainings done in the country of Indonesia for his preparation class. Afterwards, he flew to Los Angeles to undergo his flight training in Van Nuys Airport, California and did his Private Pilot examination in Oxnard, California.
Have you spent hours on end searching for pilot schools to find that there are different types to it? Are you familiar enough with the term Part 141 and Part 61 pilot schools? Part 141 and Part 61 de-scribes the way in which a pilot school is approved, or certified, by the Federal Aviation Administra-tion (FAA). Therefore, we have come to the question of what are the differences between Part 141 and Part 61 pilot schools? Don’t worry, we’ll cover all of those for you here.