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I am new to this forum, but i love everything about aviation. I am in high school and seriously considering a career in aviation. I would love to become an airline pilot, I have looked at many different options for training and education. I just do not know just how it will all come together, and what the best way to get there is. I have had some time in gliders and know a good deal of the basics of flying. I know of schools that can teach you to fly and give you your education, but also schools that are dedicated to flight. I am not sure about how and what would be best for me. If anyone could give their ideas about colledges, or pathways to get to my goals, I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks in advance.
wingman, The begining of the airline path is choosing a school dedicated to flying and are a bit on the high dollar side because of the kind of aircraft you will train in. Some are very fast pasted for a even higher dollar. Then if you want to go to college after go to college to get a degree. If you are serious about flying in the airlines spend your loan money there first before the college degree. I don't have any experience with these types of schools but maybe someone here can help and please feel free to correct me if I maybe wrong with this advice. I just started a thread somewhat similar to this about the pathways. I called it "multi-crew license".
Hi, For different pilot licenses and approximate costs, you can also go to http://www.pilotoutlook.com ~r
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