Becoming a Pilot When i grow up

Airline and commercial pilots fly and navigate airplanes, helicopters, and other aircraft. Airline pilots fly for airlines that transport people and cargo on a fixed schedule. Commercial pilots fly aircraft for other purposes, such as charter flights, rescue operations, firefighting, aerial photography, and aerial application, also known as crop dusting

This is the Wilbur and Orville Wright Memorial, the first people to fly. The plane took flight in Kitty Hawk North Carolina in 1903

This is captain Chesley Sullenberger, who was the pilot in the duel engine loss plane that landed in the Hudson River.

Picture of the Plane in the Hudson

An engine of a plane.

To become a pilot you would need at the minimum 8 years (High school Degree and Bachelor's Degree) of schooling from high school on

The licenses to become a pilot include Commercial Pilots license, ATP certificate from the FAA, and an Airline Pilot license.

The skills you need to be a pilot would be communication skills, observational skills,problem-solving skills, and quick Reaction time.

The qualities you need to become a pilot are dedicated, focused, clever, and mentally tough

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Created with images by egmboeingpilot - "On short final" • yaybiscuits123 - "Southwest Airlines Plane" • Tim Rodenberg - "Logan Airport - Boston" • david.nikonvscanon - "Wright Brothers BiPlane" • t1cox - "wright brothers monument memorial" • Ingrid Taylar - "Sully Sullenberger" • maiabee - "Plane Crash Hudson River" • AMB Brescia - "hudson 04" • benfff85 - "P1020264_2_3"

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