Planning a Career as an Airline Pilot?
Saturday, May 16, 2009
So your goal is a career as an airline pilot? Being a professional pilot for one of the big or small airlines can be one of the best jobs in the world. First year salaries in the U.S., for example, range from $25,000 to $50,000, and senior captains can earn as much as $200,000 annually. You may work only eight or ten days a month, depending on your airline and the length of your typical flights. You and your family fly free and also get reduced rates at hotel and car rentals often. With the worldwide shortage of pilots once again expected in the next few years, your timing is excellent right now to start pilot training. With the proper training, you will be able to achieve your goal -- and more quickly than in the past. If you're a student at Phoenix East Aviation or about to start training at Phoenix East, the high quality flight training you receive will most definitely put you on the right career track.
Why is a shortage once again expected: Retiring pilots, growth of regional and discount airlines worldwide and the reduced number of U.S. military pilots being available to join the airlines. The U.S. military is coping with pilot shortages of their own currently.
Aren't fully convinced yet? Talk to an Admissions Officer at Phoenix East. Ask questions. Make your own decision. And then start training for one of the best careers in the world. See www.pea.com for more details.
Phoenix East Aviation Inc
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