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Aviation Business Degree

What Kind Of Careers Can You Pursue With An Aviation Business Degree?

In the early days of corporate and mainline aviation, pilots tended to transition from the military. A professional pilot with a college degree was not always the rule unless the pilots decided to make use of the GI Bill and earn a four-year Bachelor’s of Science. Others earned a degree before entering the military through participating in the Reserve Officer...

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Small Airplane Training To Commercial Aviation

Transitioning Your Small Airplane Education to Commercial Aviation

The pilot shortage is real, and it’s affecting every aspect of aviation. For pilots, it means a welcome upswing in opportunities after over a decade of struggle post-9/11 and in a slow economy. It can be overwhelming to know which course is best for a student pilot or a newly licensed one who is building time. It’s an exciting time...

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Newton's 3rd Law - Aviation

Thrust and Newton’s Third Law in Aviation

A good pilot must understand how Newton’s Third Law applies to thrust and how an aircraft flies. It is essential to any student pilot to have a strong grasp on this basic understanding of physics. Doing so will strongly contribute to safe and efficient flying. The first two laws are also important to know and remember; however, the Third Law...

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Becoming A Charter Flight Pilot

Becoming a Charter Flight Pilot

There are many paths to having a career in aviation. When most people think of becoming a professional pilot, they usually picture airline or military pilots. However, flight instructors, transport pilots, general aviation pilots, and charter flight pilots are a vital part of the nation’s aviation system. Flight schools and universities offer programs which can help you enter any of...

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Runway Distance Requirements

All About Runway Distance Requirements

Part of being a safe pilot is making sure that any runway you plan to use has enough distance to safely operate for both takeoff and landing.  A strong student pilot program will address this issue. Since working with runway distance is a matter which stretches far beyond simple memorization, it’s an important part of safe takeoffs and landings.  ...

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