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When you fly for a living, and you meet new people, when they ask you what you do, and you tell them you’re a pilot, you often get the same response. “I always wanted to learn to fly” is something you hear a lot. Apparently, there are a huge number of people that feel that way. Maybe you’re one of them.
Don’t go your whole life with that empty hole in your life. It’s never too late. If you’re young enough, and you catch “the bug” you have the option of flying professionally, and you’ll never find a better career. They say that if you have a job that you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. Could you imagine looking forward to going to work? That’s what it’s like.
Whether you go on and jump in with both feet or you just get your Private Pilot’s License, it’s something you’ll always have (they never expire), the fun you’ll have will last a lifetime, and you’ll be able to say the next time you run into somebody who flies professionally, that you fly, too.
You’re going to spend a small fortune on cars you really don’t need, and toys that you’ll tire of and shove into the corner of the garage. Those things all come and go, and leave nothing behind. Your Pilot’s License will give back to you as long as you live, give you a feeling of accomplishment, satisfaction, and validation that nobody can take away, and there’s nothing really holding you back. Flying really does make everything more interesting, including you.
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Another Reason You Should Learn To Fly
If you have a high school Diploma and a Private Pilot’s License, we’ll hire you as an Airline Pilot.
That’s from an ad in the back of Flying Magazine in 1963. At the time is was true, and is a dramatic example of the supply/demand curve. That’s what happened when there was a pilot shortage.
There’s another, EVEN BIGGER one about to start.
In 1963, they were out of ex-military WWII and Korean war pilots, and the airlines were experiencing explosive growth. This time around, it’s all about retirements and WORLDWIDE growth. The industry is poised to hire hundreds of thousands of pilots over the next decade or two, and there simply aren’t any.
THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO LEARN TO FLY
If flying jets all over the world, and spending a day or 2 in Paris, London, Hong Kong, Rome, or a thousand other exotic places sounds like fun, and you don’t mind working 12-15 days a month, and you can get by on a couple hundred thousand dollars a year, maybe it’s worth considering. You think?
Of course learning to fly isn’t cheap. Nothing worth doing is, right? If it was cheap, we’d be overrun with pilot candidates. But in point of fact, it isn’t THAT bad. To get started, it’s around $6000 or so (results vary). That gets you your private pilot’s license. After that, you get your Instrument Rating, Commercial License and Flight Instructor’s Certificate, and from then on, other people pay you for your flying. You may have spent more on your last car, and got nothing back out of it. Think it over.
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Give us a call. Ask the hard questions. We’re Airline Pilots ourselves, and we’ve been through it.