Career as a Commercial Pilot

Flying an airplane is always eCareer as a Commercial Pilotnjoyable. But, when you will be paid for doing that, then it is even greater. Undoubtedly, it's one of the most desirable careers around the world. 

Piloting is a serious and tough business. It carries extensive charm, responsibility, prestige, and risk. You will find yourself in various time zones, climates, environments, and cultures regularly.  A usual workday usually depends on the number of pilots that a plane needs and whether you are flying domestic or international. A long day can be of twelve hours. But in the international flights, there may be no limits of your working time per day. In any case, you won't be in the cockpit for a long time. It will not be more than four hours without a break. As a professional commercial pilot, you can fly various types of aircrafts that may be from a sixteen-seated small plane to 747 jumbo jets or airbuses. You will be responsible for the safety run of your operated aircraft at the time of flying from one place to another. Besides, you will be responsible for the protection of the passengers, crewmembers, and the whole aircraft during its flight. 

As a commercial pilot, you should be fully conscious of the weather, flight routes flight conditions and the international sky limits. You should look for the authorization of the Air Traffic Control on the eve of flying and landing. You must check and recheck the mechanical and electrical functioning components, and fuel conditions of the aircraft.Career as a Commercial Pilot Then you need to be sure that there are no technical snags in the plane before it is taking off. The Captain makes all primary decisions and is responsible for the voyage's safety. He is considered as the team leader and needs to establish a better crew atmosphere, with errorless communications and resource managements. The First Officer helps the Captain to do his works more accurately. He also assists the Captain in pre-flight duties like pre-flight checks and reviewing the paperwork. The First Officer is also considered as a pilot, but he is the subordinate of the captain. A Trainee Pilots is usually flying as co-pilots. He goes on to become First officer on board. Here, the first promotion is Captain and then Senior Commander. Seniority is calculated by the hours of flying and the successful completions of many training programs and other relevant certifications. 

If you want to be a commercial pilot, then you need to be an intelligent person with analytical abilities, physically fit, and able to keep cool during the crises. You should also be alert in every situation, very fast at making any decisions. Besides, you must have leadership qualities. There are many job opportunities for the commercial pilots. They can work in the domestic private airlines, government airlines, foreign airlines, and many other cargo companies. 

As a pilot, you will get better payment that will increase according to your working efforts. Finally, greater the number of flying period better is the chances of getting a job with better salary.

Author: Antima Sharma
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I am a Blogger, effective writer & communicator. I love to explore new things and never afraid to take risks. I believe in moving forward with positive attitude and vision in life. I am MBA having experience of 6 years in Event Management, Sales, Marketing, Administration and Client Servicing.

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Hiiii.. mam i wann to become pilot please suggest me how can i become pilot
   Harsh Jaiswal    Tuesday, 02 May 2017

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