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"Air transport and corporate airline pilots are among the most elite social and professional groups in the United States.  It is easier to become a doctor, lawyer or an Indian Chief than it is to become a certified pilot. There are twice as many doctors as pilots.  Even more lawyers.  Pilots enjoy a unique sense of accomplishment, self worth and confidence.  Aircraft pilots enjoy a quiet respect that is not extend to most others.  Wouldn’t you like to include FAA Certified Pilot on your professional resume.  

If you are considering aviation as a pastime, or career, the news is both good and bad. First, the very bad news. According to a recent industry report by AOPA (Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association) you are likely to be among the 80% who, after investing thousands of dollars, never complete pilot training. This will occur through no fault of your own. You will fail to finish due to the sorry and confused state of the business and ethical practices common throughout the pilot training industry. These practices trap aspiring student pilots in a malaise of price gouging, incompetence and poorly regulated business practices that are growing worse as the demand for new pilots continues to grow.

Now for the very good news. Pilots on the flight deck of the commercial airlines are among the highest paid salaried employees in the U.S., and the International Airline Pilots Association is certain to negotiate considerably higher salary scales as the demand continues to grow. A recent study by The Boeing Company estimates the world’s airlines will need about 637,000 new pilots entering the industry over the next 20 years, or 87 men and women added to the commercial ranks every day for the next two decades and beyond. And, this does not include the increasing demand for corporate crews. Would you like to be part of this exciting industry? You can, because it has never been easier if you plan your entry carefully.

Pilot training is very costly. You will spend between $12,000 and $75,000 depending upon your training objectives. Shouldn’t you pre-flight your formal training first! During “Introduction To Professional Aviation And The Modern Flight Training Industry” you will learn how to successfully complete your training program for thousands of dollars less than others will pay for the same certification. You will learn the truth about professional aviation and the airline industry. And, you will learn about recent FAA cost saving changes that most flight schools will not reveal. When your are finished you will be prepared to confidently:

  • Find your place in the aviation industry

  • Plan the correct entry point into your flight training

  • Select the right aviation program for your needs

  • Begin ground school at the proper time

  • Negotiate a training package that will save wasted money and time.

  • Prepare properly for the FAA Knowledge Exam

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BOB PETERSON has more than 30 years experience as a certified pilot, and is an FAA qualified Advanced Ground School Instructor (AGI) and aviation consultant. He is an author, public speaker, business professional and has been a student project adviser for the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and Economics. Bob lives with his wife Kathleen near Sacramento, California.

BOB PETERSON has more than 30 years experience as a certified pilot, and is an FAA qualified Advanced Ground School Instructor (AGI) and aviation consultant. He is an author, public speaker, business professional and has been a student project adviser for the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and Economics. Bob lives with his wife Kathleen near Sacramento, California.

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