If your goal is to fly big jets, you’ll be happy to learn that airlines are buyer larger planes these days, according to a Boeing Aircraft executive. These planes are also more fuel-efficient; the combination of larger aircraft with more fuel efficiency means lower costs for the airlines. Hence, their desire for larger aircraft!
One of Boeing’s senior marketing marketing noted the recent orders for both Boeing and Airbus — the two biggest aircraft manufacturers in the world. There were few orders for aircraft with 120-140 seats. Instead, the orders/sales are for aircraft larger than that.
Boeing produces about 30 B-737s each month, and Airbus produces approximately 30 A-320s each month. Both companies plan to increase their production to about 40 a month….a that an increase of 34%!
Now the important question for you, the prospective airline pilot: Are you ready for these big jets?
Are you trained? Do you have the aviation certifications to be able to fly one of them? If not, isn’t it time — right now to start training? You could be in that airline pilot’s uniform faster than you think.
To learn more about flight training, contact www.pea.com or for immediate information during standard office hours in Florida, U.S.A., call 1-386-258-0703 and ask to speak to an admissions officer. You will quickly learn how you can become a pilot.