What Is A Cadet Pilot Program ?

Some of you might have come across the word cadet when looking for pilot related information. A cadet pilot program seems to be an amazing opportunity for a future pilot to pursue their career in aviation. Why Not Self Enrolled? It is the same ATPL integrated training program for a pilot’s license except that the main benefit of it is a conditional employment offer from the airline even before starting the training. What? A cadet program is fundamentally a collaboration between a carrier and a flight school. The purpose of the program is to fulfill the companies demand for pilots.

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Pregnancy & Piloting

Boarding a flight can feel like stepping into a time capsule. Early December last year, a lawsuit was filed against frontier airlines alegging discrimination against women. This was because they had to deal with nursing and piloting at the same time. This isn’t the first lawsuit in the industry nor it will be the last. Whether we want to admit it or not, it’s still part of the internal thought process of hiring managers and often the hidden reason why women pilots are hired less. Aviation jobs & piloting by its very own nature is a unique profession. Pregnancy is

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Can people who suffer from motion sickness become pilots?

What is Motion sickness? It is a sensation of vomiting or puking when you are traveling by plane car or boat. Have you ever tried using your mobile phone or reading a book in a car?Your body’s sensory organs send mixed messages to your brain, causing dizziness, lightheadedness, or nausea. Some people learn early in their lives that they’re prone to the condition. This is very common among people. The inner ear is disturbed caused by the repeated motion from a moving vehicle. Are you fit to be a pilot if you are suffering from motion sickness? The answer is

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Why a Captain of an aircraft sits on the left hand-side of the cockpit? Theories & Conspiracies

I hope this would be my last time answering this question. In a cockpit the captain always seats in the left also known as the pilot in command(PIC). He will be in charge of decision making in the cockpit during flight as well as during emergencies   But why is he seated in the left but not on the right. On road some countries allow the driver to be seated on the left and some prefer right. I am not gonna elaborate on the driving part. There are many theories on this but none of it proves on really why

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The Number One Reason Why A Crew Member Enters The Cockpit When One Of The Pilots Leave

You may have noticed it but most of the time when you are in the passenger seat we don’t give a damn about whatever is happening in front. Even the safety demonstration by the crew members some of us prefer to stick our earphones in and ignore. So why a crew member replaces the pilot leaving just 1 pilot and the crew member inside. Is there any conspiracy or fishy about it. The truth is, the civil aviation industry has come up with the “2 person cockpit rule”. Airlines from around the world have announced that they will begin requiring

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Decoding The Secrets Behind Flight Numbers

There is a reason for everything in the aviation industry. From the number of crews in an aircraft to the type of meal both the pilots consume. And the numbers and letters you see on your boarding pass are no random combination. Every airline uses a specific system to scribe letters and numbers to every flight. The letter combinations are always alphanumeric. For example, Air Asia Uses AK, Malaysia Airlines uses MH, Malindo OD, etc. Although each airline has its own rules. They are not allowed to use more than 4 digit numbers which are from 1 to 9999. They

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This Article Will Change The Way You Think About HIV/AIDS & Piloting

Flying restrictions for pilots with a range of medical conditions could be lifted after the European aviation regulator announced a review aimed at relaxing the rules. Back in 2018 EASA restricts commercial pilots with HIV to multi-pilot operations Pilots suffering from a variety of illnesses including HIV, asthma, severe allergies & cardiac illness were totally banned from taking the right or left-hand seat in the cockpits. They were strictly prohibited particularly for new trainees. There was no way for them to do anything about it. Till a recent rule change by the governing body EASA UK Civil Aviation Authority. After

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BetterAviation – One Stop Centre For Aviation Jobs

There are tons of aviation jobs around the world, but to find a suitable aviation job is not easy, this is the reason Better Aviation founded. Better aviation jobs makes your life easier by posting all job vacancies or availabilities time to time Better Aviation also rated 5 stars in Facebook by Facebook users with more than 10k followers. Now they have more than 23k followers in Instagram. Recently a telegram channel was launched to post new jobs. It is well trusted and verified companies all around the world are using this platform to find their best employees. Better Aviation

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HM Aerospace-After A Week Flying In Terengganu

With so many people in the waiting list from ground school to flying phase, a countless number of backlogs and bad weathers that canceled many sorties.HMA came up with a new plan to send their cadets to Terengganu(TGG). The main aim was to speed up the cadet’s progress in the flying phase and clear up all the delays. The traffic in TGG is very less, about 5 departures and landing per day. Usually, the holding in WMKL ( Langkawi Airport) goes up to 30-45 minutes and sometimes an hour. About Our Trip From Langkawi To Terengganu 15 of us were

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My First Solo – MAHA 13S

My alarm went off on a Wednesday morning 22/1/2020. I could barely open my eyes just to realise Its my first solo check today. a major step in the journey towards becoming a cadet pilot. Quickly got into shower and got my things ready. Airport pass, pink form, pilot bag and of course my go pro to film my first take off and landing. Reached the hangar at about 6.30. Did a full preflight check on 9M-HMR. At about 7.00am went for a briefing at the briefing room with my instructor. At 8.00 I took off with my instructor and did

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