10 Ways To Avoid Burnout As An Airline Pilot:
- Go exploring instead of sitting in the hotel room.
- Get a hobby.
- Become involved in a charity.
- Take some time off.
- Pay it forward by helping others with their career
- Get involved in General Aviation.
- Stay as far away from Aviation As possible on your days off.
- Look behind you at your passengers and remember how important your job is.
- Try to increase your knowledge about the airplane or flying environment.
- Don't let your lifestyle grow into your salary and avoid feeling like you "have to go to work to pay the bills".
- A flight attendant who was considering a job as an airline pilot has decided not to pursue a flying career.
- Steve Molos provides more advice for the military pilot from last episode.
- Can you do an episode on what it is like to be a UAV pilot?
- A listener interested in an airline pilot carer hears many negative comments in the online forums.
- Do you think it would be better at this point to try to 'fast track' my training by taking on debt, or to pay as I go while working my current job?
- Is an airline job a realistic goal for someone starting where I am, or should I concentrate on other flying jobs?
- I would like to professionally fly planes and make 60 thousand a year. Is this practical?
- A 51 year old would like know if he can still pursue a career in aviation as a pilot.
- I would like to be a corporate pilot. What exactly is needed to be one?