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Discover the essentials for your Pilot Career and save valuable time and money!

Fact is, if you have a solid plan of attack for your flying career you are going to win.

The decisions you make today have direct impact on your future success as a pilot. Like any pilot, you cannot afford to make mistakes.

Find out how you can become a successful pilot flying heavy iron such as the new Boeing 787 or the Eurocopter EC135.


Introducing our XL Service - Pilot Career Guide

Where do I begin my search for my aviation plans?
What is the first step in any flying career?
How do I choose a flight school?
How important is training location?
Which pilot certificate should I pursue?
How do flying careers differ?
What should I consider when choosing to be a pilot?
Specifics for international students.
Important aspects of career choice.
How to get and win a job interview.
How can I impress my potential employer?
Get personal responses to your questions.
 
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Imagine - Getting paid to fly and having fun with what you do!

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GG-Pilot hopes to help guide you in your research about the aviation field. When used in combination, the Flight School Guide, Student Pilot Service, and Career Service should give you a good understanding of what you can expect when you begin flight training and your flying career.

Please maintain an understanding that the information presented is a summary of some of the most vital points and should not be an exclusive resource upon which you base your decisions for career choice. Make good use of other websites, books and advice to ensure you are fully informed.

As always, GG will be glad to assist you by answering any further questions or concerns you may have through the convenient E-Consult Service.

Happy Flying!

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