ستحتاج شركات الطيران إلى 637 ألف طيار في السنوات العشرين المقبلة لمواكبة النمو في قطاع الطيران الدولي، حسب ما ذكرت شركة بوينغ الأميركية لصناعة الطيران في تقرير سنوي. وارتفع تقدير الشركة الأخير عن الحاجة للطيارين بـ3,6 في المئة من تقرير العام الفائت. (نقلا عن جريدة الإتحاد)
Airlines will need 637,000 new pilots over the next 20 years to keep pace with the growth of global air traffic, Boeing reported Tuesday in an annual report on the subject. Airlines in the Asia-Pacific region alone will need 253,000 new pilots, a third of the total, according to the report, which was prepared by Boeing's Global Services Division. (Originally Published in Etihad Newspaper)
Since I was a little kid, I’ve always dreamed of becoming a commercial pilot. Today, I am following my dreams and am at school doing what I love. Today, I earned my commercial multi-engine certificate. Special thanks to the wonderful staff at WMU, my fantastic instructor- Ben Egan- and everyone who’s helped me throughout this journey. Next stop- commercial single engine add-on #wmuaviation#gobroncos#commercialpilot
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Ladies and gentlemen, meet my new lover, she's old, worn, and needs a lot of TLC but she's very sensitive and still performs just like in her prime 😍 I forgive her for the heartbreak💔 from last week #piperarrow#pa28r 🛩 see that gear handle? 😁🙌 all grown up now, feelin like a #commercialpilot ...almost 😉
Congratulations to Aaron from all of us at BCFT!
Aaron joined us at the end of August and completed his MEP and IR with our senior instructors.
Once Aaron had passed his IR he moved straight onto the SECPL - Single Engine Commercial Pilots Licence. This he completed with BLD10 in the minimum time required, 15 hours!
Today Aaron took off with EXM58 on a planned route to Pilton and was diverted to Axminster. Having successfully completed the divert, Aaron was then tested on his general handling skills and basic instrument flying and then it was back to base for a few circuits. Easy as that!
Aaron has been an exemplary student who has been diligent and hard-working throughout his time here and has got on with students and instructors alike.
Now it's on to Simtech Flight Simulation to complete the MCC/JOC and he can start applying for jobs!
Congratulations again and a very well done, it's been a pleasure having you here.
Fancy following in Aaron's footsteps? Then head to www.bcft.aero, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01202 596 955.