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I hope this article will make the aspiring students choose the right way to make their career in aviation. With choosing aviation as a field of work, one gets a lot of added benefits. But it is equally important for the students to know the pros and cons associated with pilot training.
So what basically is Pilot Training?
A course in Pilot Training is for those candidates seeking their career in aviation. The course is basically divided into two parts ground Training and Flight Training. The theory subjects like Air regulation, Air Navigation and Aviation meteorology are covered in the ground classes and the candidates must complete certain hours of flight time to obtain their Commercial Pilot License according to their countries. A pilot is a type of Air Crew officer who operates the flying controls of an aircraft. It is also known as Aviation Commercial Pilot, Aircraft Pilot, Airline Transport Pilot and Airline Captain.
Pilots are highly trained, experienced professionals who can be eligible to fly different kinds of aircrafts . Prospective Pilots must satisfy a set number of flying hours and should be in good physical and mental health to fly an airline carrier.
Although there is no conventional learning involved when it comes to pilot training but the candidates must undergo a medical tests and flying fine that makes a student proceed through the course. Conventionally, the student first gets a SPL (Student Pilot license) then proceeds to the PPL (Private Pilot License) and then finally moves to a CPL (Commercial Pilot License). Being a pilot, you can surely enjoy an exciting, rewarding and fast paced lifestyle. You can also have an opportunity to experience different cultures and travel around the world. But one should always remember that pilots should be able to deal with possible hazards such as jet lag, fatigue and unfavourable weather conditions. Since a pilot is responsible for the lives of many passengers, it is necessary for them to have discipline, commitment, punctuality and an adaptability to follow a difficult time schedule.
Sky is the limit for Commercial Pilots and Private Jet pilots. There is a great demand for pilots across the country for both in private sector and Government Airlines. The civil aviation in India has emerged as one of the fastest growing industries in the country during last few years. Pilots can be employed by commercial airlines and government aviation departments. You can also work in private sectors. Moreover commercial pilots can be employed by celebrities, politician and high profile people and get highly paid for their jobs. It is one of the highest paid and most respectable professions.
While taking all things in consideration, a pilot career is still a dream. Stress and health issues can arise in any career path that you choose, so it should not deter you from the fact that this profession is highly rewarding and adventurous .And lastly, you will never stop learning as a person because the aviation industry will keep on evolving around the years and hence the pilots will never stop improving as well. There is good demand for pilots today and moving forward we are getting deliveries of over 1000 Jet in India, so demand is huge in years to come.