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  • I'm glad that you added the pre-flight and during flight activities. This gives us a better glimpse of the work that pilots do (that we might not know about already). We could also use more info on flight school requirements, costs, and licensure requirements.
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  • 1. By Brook Price
  • 2. Actions/Duties Work with a team Must be able to fly about 75 hours per month, and 150 hours of non flight duties Must be able to keep calm in stressful situations
  • 3. Skills and Educational Requirements Military Flight School You must have at least 2 years of college English, Math, Physics, and Aeronautical Engineering are recommended fields of study Once hired by a company, one must go through 6-8 weeks of ground school. Must attend training 1-2 times per year to keep license
  • 4. Financial Rewards 2o10 median pay was $103,210 Lowest 10% earned an average of $54,980 while the highest 10% earned an average of $166,400 Captains at major airlines earn an average of $135,000 annually
  • 5. Pre-Flight Arrive at airport 1 hr prior to flight Must look over paperwork and make any revisions if necessary, such as different weather patterns or different flight route Wait for the airplane to be ready, along with all the passengers
  • 6. Flight Pilot walks around airplane prior to flight to check tire pressures. Then they inspect breaks, the engine, and check airplane for fuel leaks or oil leaks. Both pilots test their oxygen masks prior to take off Wait for the O.K from flight control, and take off
  • 7. Types of Pilots Commercial Pilot Cargo Pilot Agricultural Pilot Test Pilot Military Pilot Helicopter Pilot Corporate Pilot Flight Instructor And Many More!
  • 8. Bibliography Wikipedia Discover Occupational Outlook Handout What Preparation does a pilot do before a flight? Types of Pilot Jobs

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