“Should You Become An Airline Pilot” is a webinar series to help you decide if becoming an airline pilot is for you. This video series will give you an in depth view of the life of an airline pilot. We also explain some very technical aspects of the career including seniority, bidding, jump seat privileges, and travel.
In Part 1 we discuss:
- Ten Reasons You Should Become An Airline Pilot.
- Why Airline Pilots Can Be A Poor Source Of Information Concerning Your Career.
- Online Forums And Why You Should Ignore The Negativity.
- Seniority And Why It Is Important.
- Actions You Should Take Now To Move Forward In Your Career
Part 1 will be available for viewing on September 30th, 2014. The webinar is free, simply sign up for our e-mail updates. Directions will be sent on how to register for this event and other webinars when you sign up for email updates.
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The comment period for proposed rule making related to what can be stored in airport hangers has been extended until October 6th. You can find more details about this in Episode 079 as well as the link to comment.
Aviation Careers Podcast is hosting another webinar September 30th, this one titled Should You Become an Airline Pilot? This webinar is free but you must sign up.
Eric Crump’s sister had her first baby today, so Eric flew his family to see his sister’s family in Central Alabama.
Victoria announced that her kickstarter campaign for Turbo the Flying Dog launched last week and has already reached 50% of it’s goal!
Victoria is heading to Iceland, and opened a discussion on how volcanoes can disrupt flights. You can check volcanic activity around the world.
Rick brought up the recent crash of a TBM900 near Jamaica due to possible hypoxia and depressurization. Carl went over some of the warning signs of depressurization and how to protect yourself in the event of a loss in cabin pressure. Carl also went over the CARE checklist, which is Consequences, Alternatives, Reality, and External Pressures.
After Landing Checklist
~Picks of the Week~
Rick: Hyperlapse for video capture with your phone. It’s claim to fame is using image stabilization in a phone app. The app is currently only available for iOS.
Eric: Ask a CFI blog for posting questions and sharing information on aviation.
Carl: Tomorrow’s Aviation Museum.
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