“Becoming an Airline Pilot” conference, Espace Chamberet, Paris, Saturday, January 20, 2024

“Becoming an Airline Pilot” conference, Espace Chamberet, Paris, Saturday, January 20, 2024

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“Becoming an Airline Pilot” conference, Espace Chamberet, Paris, Saturday, January 20, 2024

“Becoming an Airline Pilot” Espace Chambret Paris Conference, January 20, 2024, Espace Chambret Paris.

“Becoming an Airline Pilot” conference Espace Chamberet Paris Saturday, January 20, at 2:15 p.m

Start and end dates and times (year – month – day and time):
Start: 01-20-2024 14:15
End: 01-20-2024 15:00

“Becoming an Airline Pilot” Conference Saturday, January 20, at 2:15 p.m. 1

If you want to become a pilot, this conference, hosted by Nicholas Tino (Pilot), on Saturday, January 20 at 2:15pm at the Studyrama Aviation Training and Careers Expo, will interest you. At this exhibition, you will be able, among other things, to meet specialized schools that provide training for this profession.
If you're passionate about being an online pilot, Studyrama offers specific content to help guide you through:

– “Are you qualified for a pilot job online test”

– Specific job description

– A file for aviation and space training

Some key aspects of this profession:
Experience: Airline pilots typically begin their careers as private pilots, then gain experience working as commercial pilots on regional flights. Over time, they can advance to larger aircraft and obtain the necessary qualifications to fly.

Responsibilities: Airline pilots are responsible for the safety of passengers, crew, and the aircraft. They must perform pre-flight checks, follow flight procedures, handle emergencies, and ensure effective communication with air traffic control.

The orientation exhibition is not to be missed!
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Technical Skills: Airline pilots must have an excellent understanding of aviation principles, navigation, meteorology, and aircraft systems. They also use advanced on-board tools and work closely with the cabin crew.

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Regulations: Airline pilots must be familiar with civil aviation regulations and ensure that all flights comply with applicable safety standards.

Work Schedules: Airline pilots' work schedules can be irregular due to flying across different time zones. They may work weekends and holidays. Rest periods are also organized between trips to ensure safety.

Social Skills: Airline pilots must be able to work within a team, communicate effectively, and make quick decisions in emergency situations.

In short, the job of an airline pilot requires not only advanced technical skills, but also great responsibility, the ability to manage stress, and a passion for flying.

Espace Chambret, 6 rue Jean Oestreicher, Plaine de Monceau, Paris 75017 Paris

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