Best Aviation Courses

Find the best online Aviation Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings. We also have a separate page listing only the Free Aviation Courses.

Aviation: Airline Ticketing OR Reservation Course

Aviation : Airline Reservation OR Ticketing Course

Created by Almas Soni - Trainer in Aviation,Travel & Hospitality Industry

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Students: 2661, Price: $19.99

Students: 2661, Price:  Paid

Hello Everyone

Today's world of education has a various types and huge number of options for students who want to build up their career in a fruitful manner. Airline Ticketing is just one of them. A New trend To Make Your Career.

This profile will give a lot of opportunities & you would also get huge of incentive..If you achieve this Opportunity Join this Course today…

Aviation: Airport Ramp Handling & Baggage Handling Course

Airline OR Airport Ramp Handling & Baggage Handling

Created by Almas Soni - Trainer in Aviation,Travel & Hospitality Industry

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Students: 1230, Price: $29.99

Students: 1230, Price:  Paid

IF You Are The One Who Wishes To Work Under The Open Sky & Discipline Is The Part Of Your Life.

Come & Join Our Airport Ramp Handling Course OR Baggage Handling

This Course Equips You With Knowledge On Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment Of Airport, Ramp Safety Activities, And Safety Management Of Airport Ramp..

Aviation: Everything you need to know to become a pilot !

The struggles of becoming a pilot

Created by Yuvan Ayadassen - Commercial Pilot

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Students: 1000, Price: $19.99

Students: 1000, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to guide aspiring pilots / student pilots through their pilot training.

It gives the students all the information required to fully understand the difficulties that come along this journey.

Why ? Because many student pilots have not been given the proper guidance and information before going for pilot studies.

This course gives the truth about the aviation industry and gives an insight to aspiring pilots.

A lot of flight training organisations, instructors or examiners don't tell their students the truth about the struggles of becoming a pilot.

This course is perfect for people that are planning to go for pilot studies because it opens their eyes on many subjects that need attention.

Airline Operations: Flight Planning and Flight Dispatch

Airline Operations: Master the essentials of aviation - aircraft operational control and dispatch.

Created by Anzijs Vilcevskis - Airline Operations and Flight Dispatch Specialist

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Students: 300, Price: $69.99

Students: 300, Price:  Paid

Airline Operations: Flight Planning and Flight Dispatch Course is aviation and airline related course where you will study the most essential aspects of flight planning. My intention is that you understand the core importance of effective flight planning for an airline business and learn how it can reduce airline costs and benefit environment protection.

The structure of the course is following:

Introduction

Flight plan and Airline operations

Aircraft limitations and performance

Flight routing

Fuel calculations

Basics of Aviation meteorology

You will learn such topics as Aviation regulations, Flight plan, Operational control, Aircraft Weights and structural limitations, Take off performance calculation, Required runway distances for take off and landing, Aircraft range, Flight distances and routes, Cost index, Minimum required fuel, Fuel tankering, Weather and much more!

The objectives of this course for you are to be well oriented in Airline operations and Flight Dispatch and get deep theoretical and practical knowledge on the subject. For better understanding the course contains a lot of graphical information, practical examples, case studies and quizzes after each section.

I encourage you to begin this journey to Airline Operations and you will not regret it! If you have any questions during the course feel free to contact me, I will answer as quick as possible! Welcome to the course!

Aviation Weather for Part 107 UAS Drone Remote Pilots

Learn how to determine weather patterns, read METAR and TAF and solve Pressure/Density Altitude FAA Questions

Created by Greg Reverdiau - Flight Instructor, Commercial Pilot, Drone Pilot

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Students: 216, Price: $19.99

Students: 216, Price:  Paid

This course is designed to help Remote Pilots (certified or currently studying) acquire a better understanding of the Aviation Weather, Aviation Weather Service, and how to find and read information related to aviation weather. This course is comprehensive and helps pilots accomplish the following: 

  • understand how weather patterns develop,

  • understand how weather can affect your drone performance,

  • understand how to read weather reports such as METAR and TAF,

  • determine how to read FAA charts such as Pressure Altitude and Density Altitude.

This course is part of my UAS Remote Pilot Certificate Test Prep course for Part 107 Exam, which can be found on my profile. There, you will find additional information about regulation, airspace, crew resource management, emergency procedures, aeronautical decision-making, physiology and maintenance. 

Certificate Course in Aviation Management- Ground/Cabin Crew

Corporate Grooming, Interview Skills, Effective Communication training, Customer Relationship Management- CRM and Quiz .

Created by Essence Learning - Founder at Essence Learning Institute, Bangalore, India

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Students: 194, Price: $89.99

Students: 194, Price:  Paid

A Student will demonstrate:

  • Extensive knowledge about Cargo, Ramp, Terminal, Dangerous Goods Regulations, Aviation safety, fleet management, Ground handling/ Inflight, Regulatory management and more

  • Equipped with skills and Knowledge that are required to fulfill the role of an Executive/ Manager in the Aviation industry.

  • Performs work activities effectively and efficiently to the standards expected in the operations required in the Aviation industry/hospitality sectors.

  • Analyses situation, identifies problems, formulates solutions and implements corrective and/or mitigating measures and action management into service operations.

  • Demonstrate the ability to develop, examine, question, and explore perspectives or alternatives to problems in day today operations.

Airport Ground Handling and Inflight Operations- Terminal/ Ramp/ Aircraft Exteriors and Interiors/ Cabin and Catering/ Passenger handling and services both inflight and on ground/ Cabin Emergencies, threats and challenges- Bomb Threat/ Hijack, announcements, First Aid, Cabin preparation for take off/ cruise and landing. Aviation Law, Finance and Insurance/ Governing Bodies. Various Powered and Non Powered Equipments used in Terminal - Ramp operations/ marshaling and signals/ Runway Airside lightings . Ground Handling Agencies/ Operators worldwide. A brief on the process of operations- After aircraft Landing, Taxing, Marshaling, Parking, Push back, Taxing, take off. A brief on the  equipments like tow bars, push back trucks, baggage loaders, dollies, Ground Power Unit, chocks and tripod jacks etc.

Complimentary Corporate Grooming, Interview Skills, Body language, Effective Communication training, Customer Relationship Management- CRM and over 1000 Quiz included  .

Aviation: Customer Service In Airline Industry

Departure: Check-In & Boarding

Created by Arevik Hakobyan - Executive Professional in Hospitality

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Students: 191, Price: $49.99

Students: 191, Price:  Paid

Turn your love of aviation into a rewarding, profitable, and fun career!

Airports can be interesting and rewarding places to work.

There are many opportunities available for you to pursue, and not only as a pilot. 

The air industry is a large employer that offers many different types of jobs and careers.

Help lead flight into the future with a career in aviation!

Aviation: Aircraft Ground Support Equipment

Learn about nearly 20 different types of ground support equipment and operations in aircraft ground handling.

Created by Syed Askari - Engineer

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Students: 168, Price: $89.99

Students: 168, Price:  Paid

Do you know there are nearly 20 different Ground Handling activities performed on an airplane? and that each of these activities is performed by a specialized machine, vehicle or piece of equipment designed for that very purpose. An airport gate, aircraft bay or stand, whatever you name it, becomes a very busy place when an aircraft is parked there. Tens of different machines and personnel gather around the aircraft for its servicing to make it ready for the next flight as soon as possible because an aircraft doesn't make profit staying on the ground. It needs to get back in air as soon as possible.

Aircraft Ground Support Equipment (GSE) refers to all these specialized vehicles and machines that are used in Ground Handling Operations/Ramp Operations to service an aircraft in-between flights. They are of many types and perform many different aircraft support operations and aircraft servicing activities to prepare the aircraft for the next flight. This course is designed to explain all of these ground support operations performed by each of these Ground Support Equipment in detail to look at how many of them are there and what role does each equipment play. It explains how each equipment works and its different types and configurations. 

This course will not just name the equipment with their descriptions, NO! This course will explain why is this ground support operation there? Why does the aircraft need support in this thing? Why a specialized machine for this purpose? By explaining these intuitive questions, this course will build a good conceptual foundation of ground support operations.

Safety Management System for Civil Aviation (SMS)

Based on ICAO Annex 19, doc. 9859 requirements. Also fits the IATA and EASA requirements on SMS training.

Created by Octavian Naframita - Инструктор по Безопасности Полетов

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Students: 140, Price: $34.99

Students: 140, Price:  Paid

All the organisations across the aviation industry must have a Safety Management System. But what is that?

This course provides basic concepts about SMS, based on ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices. On completing the course, you will have the skills required to develop, implement, manage and assess a basic SMS.

The course draws on the ICAO SMS Framework, EASA ORO.GEN.200 Rules and IATA requirements on SMS training.

Aviation Meteorology: Airport Weather

METAR, TAF, SNOWTAM, Runway report, Weather depiction, Wind components, Approach categories, Aircraft performance

Created by Anzijs Vilcevskis - Airline Operations and Flight Dispatch Specialist

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Students: 140, Price: $89.99

Students: 140, Price:  Paid

Aviation Meteorology: Airport Weather course is aviation and airline related course where you will learn to read and interpret airport weather information. My intention is that you understand the practical usage of weather for aviation and learn how it can impact airline operations and aircraft performance. The course is built from Airline Operations and Dispatch perspective based on my own more than 10 years’ experience in this field.

The structure of the course is following:

Introduction

Aerodrome weather observations

Aerodrome weather forecast

Practical use of aerodrome weather

You will learn such topics as Meteorological Aerodrome Report (METAR), Aerodrome Weather Forecast (TAF), Dangerous and Severe weather, Wind components, Weather Depiction Chart, Runway Status Report, SNOWTAM, Weather impact on aircraft operations and performance, Alternate aerodromes, Approach categories and much more!

The objective of this course for you is to be well oriented in Aviation Meteorology practical implementation, and get deep theoretical  knowledge on the subject. For better understanding the course contains a lot of graphical information, practical examples, additional reading materials and quizzes after each section.

I encourage you to begin this journey to Aviation Meteorology and you will not regret it! If you have any questions during the course feel free to contact me, I will answer as quick as possible!

Introduction to Virtual Aviation

Learn Flight Simulation from the scratch!

Created by Cevdet Acarsoy - Sanal Havacılık Akademisi

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Students: 138, Price: $19.99

Students: 138, Price:  Paid

  • Have you always wanted to be a pilot?
  • Are you passionate about flying and airplanes?
  • Do you plan to become a pilot but doesn't know how to prepare?
  • Already into flight simulators but want to learn more?
  • Are you a real pilot who wants to practice flight scenarios that you don't have the chance in real world?
  • Then its good news! You can becoma a virtual pilot with the proper training!

With this course you can learn more about virtual aviation and flight simulation word. This course is designed for people who wish to start from scratch to aviation and flight simulation. After you complete this course you can start more advanced flight trainings such as private pilot licence, commercial pilot licence and type rating in flight simulation. We will use the legendary Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition and also learn more about every bits and pieces of menus and settings of the software. If you would like to learn how to fly in simulation but don’t know where to start, then this course is for you!

Welcome aboard virtual aviators!

Security Operations, Processes & Strategies in Aviation

Security Operations, Processes & Strategies for Aircraft & Airport Operators

Created by Farhan Hashemi - Aviation Professional - BAvn

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Students: 129, Price: $44.99

Students: 129, Price:  Paid

Course Objectives:

This course introduces and covers principles, methods & recommended practices relevant to the following topics:

• Aviation Security Operations

• Aviation/Airport Policing

• Airport Crime

• Private Security Officers in Aviation

• Security functions and roles of Airport and Airline employees.

Course Outline:

• Aviation Policing

- Strategies

- Airport Policing

- Passenger Types

- General Aviation

• Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)

• Security Management Systems

• Airport Crimes

- Baggage Theft

- Drug Smuggling

- Human Trafficking

- Tickets Fraud

- Other crimes

• Professional Security Officers

• Red Teaming

• Emerging Issues

- UAVs

- Cyber Security

Aviation Operations on the Ground – Health and Safety

Basics must knows in Aviation Health and Safety

Created by Aaron Micallef Piccione - Instructor and Entrepreneur

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Students: 103, Price: $19.99

Students: 103, Price:  Paid

When enrolling to this course one learns the basics of Aviation Health and Safety with reference to Ground Operations.  Aviation is considered to be the safest mode of transportation and this is due to the fact that Health and Safety is given utmost priority in this industry.  Each employee, whether if working on the ground or as part of a cabin crew team must be trained in health and safety to ensure the safety of the employee and of others.

Aviation Security and Safety Management- AVSEC

Security Groups/Access Controls/protection layers/measures.Grooming/Effective Communication/Interview Skills Content

Created by Essence Learning - Founder at Essence Learning Institute, Bangalore, India

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Students: 69, Price: $69.99

Students: 69, Price:  Paid

AVSEC- Various Safety and security Groups and Components/ Access Controls/ Human Measures- Screening, Profiling and Threatening and Non Threatening Categories/ Various protection layers/ Security measures/ Procedures at the land side,Terminal, Airside/ Sterile areas, Security Restricted Areas/ Patrolling/ Challenges and Threats/ Dangerous Goods screening/ Baggage/ Passenger Screening/ HHMD/ DFMD/XBIS/ETD/CTX/ Advanced Imaging Technology/ 5 stage Baggage Screening System/ Larger X RAY Scanners/ X RAY technologies to screen Cabin and Cargo Luggage and various other tools and equipments used for screening.

Crime & Terrorism in Aviation

History of Crime & Terrorism in Aviation - Lessons learned & countermeasures implemented.

Created by Farhan Hashemi - Aviation Professional - BAvn

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Students: 65, Price: $44.99

Students: 65, Price:  Paid

This course covers the history of Crime & Terrorism in Aviation, discussing motives, methods, lessons learned and resulting countermeasures.

History of Crime & Terrorism in Aviation is broken into different time periods as below:

o 1930 – 1960: The first 30 years.

o 1960 – 1980: Early days of ‘Jet Age’.

o 1980 – 1990: Implementation of Aviation Security Policies.

o 1990 – 2001: Industry wide false sense of Security.

o September 11, 2001

o Post 9/11.

Course Objectives:

• Covering significant and noteworthy incidents/forms of crimes and terrorism committed in the history of Aviation.

• Reviewing and discussing the countermeasures, policies and procedures set as a result of those forms of crimes and terrorism.

• Reviewing the motivations behind these crimes and acts of terrorism.

• Reviewing these topics & issues will allow you to gain a deep understanding of security issues within Aviation.

By learning from the past, we can more effectively prepare for future threats.

Aviation: Airline Customer Service Course: Aviation Industry

This Course Prepares you For A Successful Career In The Airline & Aviation

Created by Almas Soni - Trainer in Aviation,Travel & Hospitality Industry

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Students: 53, Price: $29.99

Students: 53, Price:  Paid

If you want to make your career in aviation Industry.If your wish to work at Airport

This course is ideal for anyone seeking training in Aviation/Airport customer service. The majority of participants attending our Aviation customer services courses are in customer facing or Customer Support roles, who want to develop their Customer Service Skills and Behaviours Or want to achieve Your dreams in Aviation industry.

Our Aviation/Airport Customer Service Training is always aligned to the most frequent method of communication used to connect with your Customers.

We are also experienced at providing bespoke Training Courses in Customer Services, as well as longer term programmes to meet specific organisation goals and service standards..

Aviation Meteorology: Enroute Weather

Master Weather charts and Advisories: SIGWX, Wind/Temperature, Synoptic, Satellite, SIGMET, AIRMET, PIREP, etc.

Created by Anzijs Vilcevskis - Airline Operations and Flight Dispatch Specialist

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Students: 38, Price: $89.99

Students: 38, Price:  Paid

Aviation Meteorology: Enroute Weather course is aviation and airline related course where you will learn to read and interpret enroute (inflight) weather charts and advisories. My intention is that you understand the practical usage of weather for aviation and learn how it can impact airline operations and aircraft performance. The course is built from Airline Operations and Dispatch perspective based on my own more than 10 years’ experience in this field.

The structure of the course is following:

Introduction

Enroute weather charts

Enroute weather advisories

Practical use of enroute weather

You will learn such topics as International Standard Atmosphere, Significant Weather Charts, Wind and Temperature charts, Synoptic charts, Weather advisories, Frontal weather systems, Cloud types, Dangerous and Severe weather, Satellite images, Weather impact on aircraft operations and performance, and much more!

The objective of this course for you is to be well oriented in Aviation Meteorology practical implementation, and get deep theoretical and practical knowledge on the subject. For better understanding the course contains a lot of graphical information, practical examples, additional reading materials, weather chart samples and quizzes after each section.

I encourage you to begin this journey to Aviation Meteorology and you will not regret it! If you have any questions during the course feel free to contact me, I will answer as quick as possible!

Aviation: Introduction to IFR Jeppesen’s Charts

Understand and read aviation charts

Created by Gonzalo Coll - Pilot & Flight Instructor

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Students: 37, Price: $49.99

Students: 37, Price:  Paid

This introduction course will provide you with basic/intermediate knowledge of how to interpret and read IFR charts published by the most important air navigation company in the World, Jeppesen. By the end of the course, you will be able to understand basic symbols of SIDs, STARs, and Approach plates. After that, I encourage you to continue studying from the Jeppesen Official Glossary where you will find all the symbols and legends.

ICAO Aviation English Proficiency For Aviation Test Prep.

International Civil Aviation Organisation Language Proficiency Test Prep. for Aviation

Created by Dylan Kemlo - Marine and Aviation Radio Lecturer

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Students: 7, Price: $19.99

Students: 7, Price:  Paid

This course has been designed to prepare you adequately, in order that you may, in turn, be able to undertake the ICAO Aviation English Test with confidence. The ICAO Aviation English Language Test has been introduced to meet the english language requirements in accordance with ICAO Document 9835. Each module supplied on this course focuses on different aspects of the testing process itself. Additional free downloadable courseware has been included in this test prep to ensure ease of understanding. The intention of this course is therefore to make you aware of the content of the ICAO Aviation English testing forum, and how it is applied. The candidate is given plenty of support throughout this test Prep. with practical examples included of both, how to reply to a question and also, how not to. Most notably, this course will equip you with the necessary tools well in advance of your appointment date to sit the Aviation English Language Proficiency Test for Aviation. At course completion, our primary intention is for you to have gained the necessary skills required in order to attain a minimum of a Level 4 outcome for your ICAO Aviation English Language Test. The additional training material that has been added to this course includes powerpoint presentations, audio downloads and examples of aviation english as used in the operational environment.

AVIATION: 100 Questions and 100 Answers (explained by pilot)

Top Asked Questions By Passengers Expained in Detail by Airline Pilot! Next time you fly, you will be aware of all!

Created by Pilot Academia - Instructor, Airline Pilot

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Students: 5, Price: $19.99

Students: 5, Price:  Paid

COMPLETE AND WELL DOCUMENTED AVIATION QUESTIONS PACK!

IN THIS COURSE YOU WILL LEARN MYSTERIOUS SIDES OF AVIATION

In this course you will learn 100 most asked aviation topics below;

  1. How does a plane fly?

  2. How do airliner engines work?

  3. How do airplanes taxi?

  4. Can a passenger airplane fly if all engines fail?

  5. Can an auto pilot alone land a plane?

  6. How do pilots find their way in the empty sky?

  7. How does a pilot decides its route?

  8. Where is the fuel stored on an aircraft?

  9. How does in-flight Wi-Fi work?

  10. Can a passenger land a plane?

  11. Why do most commercial airplanes fly at around 35000 ft

  12. What happens when you flush the toilet on an airplane?

  13. Can an airliner fly with only one engine stably?

  14. Do planes have keys?

  15. How do pilots find their ways on ground during taxi ?

  16. Can an airliner keep flying if it loses its tail?

  17. Do airplane pilots have to use their legs while flying?

  18. How does an airplane slow down during approach and landing?

  19. Why do airline pilots sometimes dump fuel?

  20. What would happen if a plane was overloaded?

  21. How does wind direction effect pilots decisions?

  22. Why do some planes leave a white trail some not?

  23. How much is the minimum safe distance between two planes in-flight?

  24. Why do airplanes climb so high even for a very short flight?

  25. When the plane takes off, why doesn't the tail hit the runway?

  26. What determines in which direction a runway is used?

  27. How do pilots identify the runway during a very foggy weather?

  28. At what speed do airliners generally travel?

  29. Why don't airplanes have parachutes for passengers?

  30. Can a commercial plane go backwards by itself at the gate?

  31. What do all the markings on an airport signify?

  32. Why Airplane Windows Have to Be Open During Takeoff and Landing

  33. Why do airplanes appear to fly much slower than they actually do?

  34. Do flight attendants and pilots get special visas when they travel ?

  35. How do pilots know when to descend?

  36. Can main or plane doors be opened during flight?

  37. Can a passenger visit a cockpit?

  38. Why engines are located under the wings and so far in front of them?

  39. Why don't pilots always use autoland?

  40. Can a pilot flight different types of planes?

  41. Why are airplane windows rounded?

  42. Can lightning cause plane crashes?

  43. Which is the safest seat in an airplane?

  44. What are the strangest airplane accidents/incidents?

  45. How do airlines decide which planes to buy?

  46. Do pilots know what every button does?

  47. Are pilots allowed to leave the cockpit during a flight?

  48. How do pilots know when there will be turbulence?

  49. How much fuel does an airliner use on international flights?

  50. Can turbulence crash an airplane during flight?

  51. Can bird impacts cause plane crashes?

  52. How do I differentiate and identify between Boeing and Airbus air crafts?

  53. How many pilots are on a plane?

  54. Why do we feel pain in our ears on airplanes?

  55. Why does the captain of an aircraft usually sit in the left seat?

  56. Why aren't commercial airline pilots allowed to eat the same meals during flights?

  57. Are there any differences between Airbus and Boeing's landing technique?

  58. Is it true that cabin crew and pilots get free air tickets for themselves and families?

  59. Do airplanes need to rest after each flight?

  60. Why do we still use pilots to fly airplanes?

  61. Who has the higher authority, the pilot in command or ATC?

  62. Why do we use airplane mode in flight?

  63. Why do commercial airline pilots walk around their aircraft before take-off?

  64. What happens if a jetliner lowers its landing gear at cruising speed?

  65. Do flight and cabin crews take naps during really long flights?

  66. Why is the seat belt of pilot and passengers are different?

  67. Why are there no commercial electric airplanes?

  68. What is black box and why is it not black?

  69. Are mid-air collisions likely to happen?

  70. How much does an aircraft cost?

  71. Is it possible to brake the airplane windows in the midair?

  72. What was the most incredible landing that a pilot has made?

  73. Do airplanes have horns?

  74. What does a co-pilot do in a flight, can he/she fly the plane alone?

  75. Can a girl be a great pilot?

  76. What does it feel like to fly a plane for the first time?

  77. Is it hard to become a pilot and do you recommend it?

  78. What are the things an airline pilot carry in their flight bag?

  79. Can you live anywhere as a pilot?

  80. What do airline pilots do on a layover?

  81. Is an airline pilot qualified to fly a helicopter?

  82. Which is more difficult to fly, a helicopter or an airplane?

  83. Do pilots ever sleep in the cockpit of an aircraft?

  84. What are the advantages and disadvantages of being an airline pilot?

  85. To become a pilot, what qualifications should be met?

  86. How much does it cost to be a pilot?

  87. Is being an airline pilot dangerous?

  88. How do pilots prepare for a flight?

  89. Do airline pilots get bored during flight?

  90. How many year does it take to become a pilot?

  91. How do pilots deal with jet lags?

  92. How are pilots’ duties scheduled or arranged?

  93. Do pilots panic during an emergency?

  94. Can you be a pilot if you wear glasses?

  95. Do captains and first officers on commercial flights usually know each other?

  96. What is the differences between the captain and first officer?

  97. How much does it really cost to become a commercial pilot?

  98. What do the pilots and the flight attendants do after all the passengers have exited?

  99. How many flights per day do pilots fly?

  100. What is family life like as a pilot?