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A pilot is responsible for safely flying passengers to and from national or international destinations on commercial or private aeroplanes. A large commercial aircraft is usually operated by three or more pilots at any one time, with the captain known as the pilot-in-command. The job requires a patient and an even temperament to deal with the high level of responsibility
Airline pilots are expected to be well-dressed and to present themselves in a professional manner. The day-to-day tasks of a pilot include: checking that information about flight plans and routes is correct, relaying information to passengers, checking safety systems and estimating the amount of fuel that will be used on a particular flight
The industry is very competitive and employers look for candidates with a good educational background such as a degree or an HND. Entry into the profession can be sought through the Armed Forces, a scholarship as a trainee commercial pilot or through obtaining a Private Pilot’s License and studying further to Commercial Pilot’s License level.
Typically, pilots are paid around £62,000 per year in the UK.
A Pilot is any person who can fly an aircraft with an official license. These professionals can be commercial pilots, private pilots, and military pilots. They are responsible for flying different type of aircraft models. Most pilots work for commercial airlines and others have military careers through the Royal Air Force.
A Pilot usually performs many of the following tasks:
• Teaching pilot students.
• Flying an aircraft.
• Checking aircraft controls and parts.
• Working with air traffic control.
• Creating logbooks related to technical problems.
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£30 - £40 p hour + negotiable
£35 - £45 p hour + negotiable
£350 - £400 p day
£8.45 per hour
Swindon, Wiltshire, South West
32,000.00 - 38,000.00 per year
£ 340 per day
£27.00 - £33.75 p hour
£17000 - £25000 per annum + Uncapped OTE + Benefits
Manchester, Lancashire, North West
£18K plus bonus (OTE approx £23K)
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