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How to become a commercial airline pilot?

im asking on hwo to become one. im 15 years old and wanting to fly commercially when im older. I am not the smartest, doing no science. ive been told its easier if you go to the airforce n train there for free but ive been told aswell that you have to stay there for a long time, so please help me out.. any advice would help.. im average hegiht mayb like 180 cm and weigh 56kg - 120 pounds... with perfect vision

Asked By: default - 8/21/2007
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Answered By: Av8trxx - 8/21/2007
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airforce, one you are out, you will be begg to fly by the airlines, there is no best training than the actual government, and its free
Answered By: Raul G - 8/21/2007
 
Air force is one way but to be an air force pilot you really have to be elite. One thing to consider is your physical attributes...to fly jets, you MUST have perfect vision. I hope bad eyesight isn't in your family. Also, to fly in the airforce, you have to be a certain height and weight...best guess would be your... More
Answered By: Rich V - 8/21/2007
 
i was interested in that too... but changed my mind when i saw how much it cost... flight school is easily like 70 K... and its only for 6 months of training... another thing would be the airforce... but if you go into that you would need to go to Iraq... my cuzin got in because they told him that he wouldent be going... More
Answered By: Angela Ochoa - 8/21/2007
 
With your grammar and spelling, you probably wouldn't qualify for the US Air Force. Try to qualify for the AF in the country you live in.
Answered By: G C - 8/21/2007
 
When you get to college in 3 yrs you can be an aviation major and go to a flight school where you can learn to fly, there are many different types of licenses you have to get when learning to fly airplanes to become a commercial pilot. It takes a while to become a pilot and a lot of money...................I hoped I... More
Answered By: Shane W - 8/21/2007
 
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