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A Complete Pilots Career Guide Learn How to become an International Airlines Pilot



A Complete Pilots Career Guide
Step By Step
Learn How to become an International Airlines Pilot 

By
Capt. Shekhar Gupta [Pilot]
Niriha Khajanchi    [MBA Aviation] 

Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction

1. Your Career Starts Here
2. Flight Training
3. Ratings
4. Where Are the Jobs ?
5. The Regional Airlines
6. The Majors
7. More Jobs
8. The Pilot and the Personal Computer
9. FAQ
10 Aviation Jargons
11 Global Aviation Recession
12 Training: Where to Get it,
13 How to Finance it
14 Airline, Corporate, and Charter opportunities
15 Top 20  Interview Questions
16 Best-Paying Flying Jobs
17 Using the Internet in Your Job Search
18 Aviation Pilot Interview Questions
19 Most Common Pilot's Applicant mistakes
20 Important  Aviation Websites and E Mail Ids
21 Top 10 Places to Learn to Fly
22 Aviation Organisations
23 Aviation Crew [ Flight, Cabin, Ground ]
24 Aircrafts [ Single Engine, Multi Engine, Prop, Turbo Prop
               Jet ]


Back cover
Training: Where to Get it,
How to Finance it
Airline, Corporate, and Charter opportunities
Top 20  Interview Questions
Best-Paying Flying Jobs
Flying for the FAA
Using the Internet in Your Job Search
PC-based Instruction
Interview Questions
10 common applicant mistakes
Important  Websites and E Mail Ids
PC resources




Bio of Authors 


Capt. Shekhar Gupta [ Pilot, DIAM, M.Ae.S.I., MAOPA [USA] ]
shekhar@aerosoft.in
Blog : http://shekharaerosoft.blogspot.com

Shekhar is a Professional Pilot with more then 8 years experience of Flying on 14 different types of Air crafts in 10 different countries with accident free flying record. Shekhar is good in Flying Training as well as in Ground class for Pilots. Shekhar started his flying career from Skycabs [Colombo ] and worked for many Airlines Training Companies from different part of the world. He trained more then 350 Pilots who are flying world wide. He is a member of Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association [ USA], Royal Society of Aeronautics [ UK], Delhi Flying Club, Aeronautical Society of India, MP Flying Club Indore, Aeronautical Research Society. He is a frequent flyer on AA, Air India, British Airways, Cathey Pacific, Delta Airlines, Emerites, Ethihad, Jet Airways, Kingfisher and many more. Shekhar is an active member of www.MissionToCanada.com  set up by Govt. of Canada and Air Transport Association of Canada.
His recent passion is Aviation SEO for which he takes classes for IIT & IIM students in India and others in abroad. And www.AirAviator.com  a new proposed virtual Air Charter Services.


Niriha Khajanchi
Project Manager
www.AeroSoftCorp.com

Niriha is working with AeroSoft Corp as a Project Manager. Born and brought up in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, She did her MBA [ Aviation ]  from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies in the year 2013 and has completed her B.Com from DAVV, Indore. Niriha has an experience in content writing and has done internship at GMR Aviation Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore. Niriha flown aprox 50 Hrs on Cessna 172 Aircraft.

Niriha Khajanchi is well equipped with the knowledge of various domain specific courses along with basic management subjects like Airport Planning Management, Fundamentals of Airline operations, Aviation Safety and security, Aviation Law and Regulatory management and Customer Relationship Management, Airport and Airline Economics.

Niriha Khajanchi was a  Member of 'Project Blue Tiger' (A Report on 'General Aviation: Growth, Opportunities and Challenges'. It contained a conference (same topic) proceedings organized by IACC. The report was submitted to Ministry of Civil Aviation.
http://www.acp-india.com/Brochure/Seminar_Proceding_on_General_Aviation.pdf
(March 2012).



Niriha Khajanchi
Project Manager
www.AeroSoftCorp.com
niriha.aerosoft@gmail.com
aerosoft.niriha@gmail.com



Back cover copy


Training: Where to Get it, How to Finance it
Airline, Corporate, and Charter opportunities
Top 20  Interview Questions
Best-Paying Flying Jobs
Flying for the FAA
Using the Internet in Your Job Search
PC-based Instruction

198 Interview Questions
10 common applicant mistakes
Internet and PC resources

Make yourAviation Career Take Off ...

The strong economy is rubbing off on the aviation industry: pilot starts and airline hires are on the upswing. And with half the current pilot roster at major airlines set to retire by 2010, career opportunities are tremendous! Making the most of them is what the Professional Pilot Career Guide is all about.

This essential resource gives you a complete, top-to-bottom survey of flying opportunities -- including the airlines, corporate and charter flying, aircraft ferrying (both domestic and transatlantic), and even flight instruction.

Career pilot Robert Mark dispenses goal-achieving tips on nearly every aviation-career decision, moving you from private pilot to the ranks of a professional aviator. Here you'll find coverage of ratings -- including practical test standards -- as well as valuable pointers on the job hunt, networking, what you need to know about regional airlines, the majors, and more. The Professional Pilot Career Guide features:

* Numerous revealing, in-depth personal interviews with pilots who tell how they made it -- and what employers are looking for
* A list of 198 interview questions applicants might be asked and tips on the 10 most frequent mistakes they make -- plus Internet resrouces that can speed your search for job-related information
* A real-world look at what it's like to fly for the airlines, a corporation, or for a charter company -- including insights into pay, benefits, types of aircraft flown, and future prospects.
* Reviews of the major employment and training companies and pilot organizations throughout the world, such as the Airline Pilots Association

If you're serious about flying for a living, and want to make your mark in the fast-expanding aviation industry, let the Professional Pilot Career Guide become part of your successful career plan.



Aviation Career Guide

To be a successful pilot, professional flying or leisure, you need to know where, how and when to start. Aviation Career Guide gives you the advantage of knowing how to bypass the common loopholes in flight training.
Requirements

 A question all aspiring pilots ask is "what does it take?" - What is needed to become a pilot? Many still think you need to be super smart and have special skills to pilot an airplane. This couldn't be further from the truth. Here are the regulated requirements and some tips. Doable for most of us.
Flight Club

 Flight clubs are the training institution in the world producing most private pilots. This is because most students training for a private pilot certificate (PPL) do it for leisure flying. Most cities with an airport have a flight club, and training here is often cheaper then with a flight school.
Flight School

 The diversity of flight schools is very large. Here you find the buildup and practice of the different explained. Good knowledge to have when selecting the flight school that is right for you.
Military Flying

 The big dream for many is to become a military aviator. And it is no big secret that they are the top of the line flight students, getting the best training and flying the fastest, best, and most advanced aircrafts out there. Learn how you can become one of them.
Private Pilot License - PPL

 Every year thousands of people around the world take the first step into aviations finest arena; they become private pilots. Here is the information you need before you start to study for a private pilot license.
Commercial Pilot License - CPL

 The only way you can make flying a living is by obtaining a commercial pilot license (CPL). Best compared to a commercial driving license the CPL gives you the privileges of flying for compensation or hire. This covers everything from flight instruction and crop dusting to piloting large airliners.
Flight Instructor

 A good way to build hours ones you become a commercial pilot are by obtaining an instructor license. As a flight instructor you gain experience by teaching others to fly. This way you learn the material extremely well (learning by teaching) and you get paid to fly. This is a very common way to start a flying career in the United States.
Airline Transport Pilot License

 This is the highest license you can get as a pilot and is required to act as the pilot in command (PIC) [captain] of a multi crew aircraft. Both in Europe and United States you have to be at least 23 years of age and have at least 1,500 hours of total flight time before obtaining an ATPL.


Professional Pilot's Career Guide Book Description
(Bullets on front cover)

Training: Where to Get it, How to Finance it
Airline, Corporate, and Charter opportunities
198 Interview Questions Best-Paying Flying Jobs
Flying for the FAA
Using the Internet in Your Job Search
PC-based Instruction

(Back Cover)
198 Interview Questions
10 common applicant mistakes
Internet and PC resources

Make your aviation career take off ... The strong economy is rubbing off on the aviation industry: pilot starts and airline hires are on the upswing. And with half the current pilot roster at major airlines set to retire by 2010, career opportunities are tremendous! Making the most of them is what the Professional Pilot Career Guide is all about.

This essential resource gives you a complete, top-to-bottom survey of flying opportunities -- including the airlines, corporate and charter flying, aircraft ferrying (both domestic and transatlantic), and even flight instruction.

Career pilot Robert Mark dispenses goal-achieving tips on nearly every aviation-career decision, moving you from private pilot to the ranks of a professional aviator. Here you'll find coverage of ratings -- including practical test standards -- as well as valuable pointers on the job hunt, networking, what you need to know about regional airlines, the majors, and more. The Professional Pilot Career Guide features:

* Numerous revealing, in-depth personal interviews with pilots who tell how they made it -- and what employers are looking for
* A list of 198 interview questions applicants might be asked and tips on the 10 most frequent mistakes they make -- plus Internet resrouces that can speed your search for job-related information
* Areal-world look at what it's like to fly for the airlines, a corporation, or for a charter company -- including insights into pay, benefits, types of aircraft flown, and future prospects.
* Reviews of the major employment and training companies and pilot organizations throughout the world, such as the Airline Pilots Association

If you're serious about flying for a living, and want to make your mark in the fast-expanding aviation industry, let the Professional Pilot Career Guide become part of your successful career plan.
Find the Best-Paying and Most-Fulfilling Jobs in Professional Piloting

A valuable employment tool, the "Professional Pilot Career Guide" provides a complete sourcebook of professional flying opportunities. This updated guide contains detailed coverage of pilot ratings and practical test standards-plus goal-achieving tips on job hunting, networking, regional airlines, the majors, and more.

Written by career pilot and aviation-industry expert Robert P. Mark, this vital reference offers a real-world look at what it's like to fly for the airlines, corporations, or charter companies, together with guidance on pay, benefits, types of aircraft, and future prospects. Packed with illustrations, "Professional Pilot Career Guide" features: Full coverage of aviation training-where to get it and how to finance it The latest airline, corporate, and charter employment opportunities 200 common interview questions-and the 10 most frequent interview mistakes Current information on the best-paying flying jobs Valuable advice on PC-based job search techniques Indepth pilot interviews Essential internet resources

Inside This Cutting-Edge Employment Resource for Today's Pilots - Your Career Starts Here - Flight Training - Ratings - Where Are the Jobs? - The Regional Airlines - The Majors - Business Aviation - The Pilot and the PC



Book Details

Title: Best Pilot's Career Guide

Author: Shekhar Gupta
Edition: Paperback
Edition Number: 1
Language: English

No. of Pages: 60
Binding: Paperback

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