What is the age limit for a person to undergo an Airline Pilot Integrated Training program? Is it too late for you? Will airlines still hire you? To answer this question we must first begin by knowing the minimum required age for a person to become a student pilot.
How many types of wings are there? How can the shape of an aircraft’s wings affect its ability to fly? What is a vortex drag? There are plenty of questions surrounding the main question of “How can an aircraft fly?” (Or any object for that matter, but in this case we will be referring to aircrafts), and these questions are just some of them. Fortunately, we’ll have the answers right here!
“My dream is to become a pilot, but I don’t have the time to go through the Airline Pilot Integrated Training for that long of a duration!”, sound familiar? Traditional flight schools may be a lot like university, in fact, it is university. Hence, a lot of people are put off with the idea of going through months and years of school that they put their dreams on hold!
There are so many pilot licenses to choose from before you begin your training to become a pilot, but what’s the order and where do we begin? Let’s list down all the pilot licenses first! There’s the Private Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot License, and the Multi Engine Rating, but which one goes first?