airline pilots! please tell me all about your job!?

i do have my ppl and im thinkin of going to embry riddle for aeronautical science. i just want to know everything about your job

Asked By: amos - 4/26/2007
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First, dont expect to get paid much...your first year you will not clear $20k. But after that it does get better. I graduated from UND about 5 years ago with my degree in Aeronautical Science and I'd say...don't bother with the pilot factories. Get a real degree and enjoy your college experience. While you're doing... More
Answered By: Jason - 4/26/2007
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I get in plane, I fly plane, I get out of plane,I get in plane, I fly plane, I get out of plane, I get in plane, I fly plane, I get out of plane, I get in plane, I fly plane, I get out of plane,I get in plane, I fly plane, I get out of plane... [yawnnsss, snores, snickers]
Answered By: carpenter - 4/26/2007
Well, I will try to give you a serious answer. The job can be pretty boring but it does give you some breathtaking views that not many others see... More
Answered By: IFlyGuy - 4/26/2007
Many people are in love with the "glamorized" version of being an airline pilot, not life AS IT ACTUALLY IS. In all reality, doing the job is often NOT what many imagine it to be. It is decidedly LESS glamorous! I have a friend who gave up everything to become one, yet after a mere 4 years as a pilot got out of... More
Answered By: av8trxx99 - 4/26/2007
I can't tell you about working for an airline, as I'm not quite there yet, but I am actually attending ERAU at this very moment. Actually, if it matters at all, I'm set to graduate in less than two weeks with my BS in Aeronautical Science. I personally feel that the education I've recieved here has been fantastic... More
Answered By: DJM3 - 4/27/2007
I am not an airline pilot but I like one site where I feel you will get the real answers. Must visit this site...
Answered By: Ask Dr. Dingo - 4/27/2007
mainly pilots are needed is that they need someone to take off and someone to land the plane... once in the air, auto pilot will do everything
Answered By: Matthew - 4/27/2007
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