How to become a Pilot?
When i get older i want to be a pilot for a airport i was wondering what you need to have and know to become a pilot also what classes should i take in high school to help
Asked By: Austin - 11/4/2009
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To operate an aircraft in the United States, you must be licensed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which since 9/11 is part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). There are several levels of pilot's license; the most basic is the Private Pilot license. This license permits the holder to pilot an... More
Answered By: miked9372 - 11/5/2009
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Study hard, get a good education and learn to fly. Start flying early and build hours. Its a lot of work but can be worth it.
Answered By: greg f - 11/4/2009
Starting off, in high school take lots of math and science. Physics, calculus and algebra... More
Answered By: Birdistheword - 11/4/2009
Get a college degree, join the Air Force, fly some transports, get out and get hired by an airline.
Answered By: Kenny - 11/4/2009
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