"Future Pilots" workshop at Atlantic AirVenture next Sat

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"Future Pilots" workshop at Atlantic AirVenture next Sat

Post by mark » Tue Apr 09, 2013 11:29 am

Hi all,

The good people in Atlantic AirVenture have told us that they have a few more places left on this workshop next weekend. You may know someone who might be interested. Full details available at: http://www.atlanticairventure.com/pilots%20otf/potf.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Are you thinking about becoming an Airline Pilot?


'Future Pilots' has been created especially for people aged 14+ who are serious about planning their training and career as an Airline Pilot and want to know more about how what the job really entails.

The course is conducted by an Airline Captain with many thousands of hours flight experience with major airlines. The day is organised as a combination of classroom theory and flight exercises in a Boeing 737 -800 NG flight simulator. Each Future Pilot will have the opportunity to test their natural flying abilities in the cockpit - flying a series of maneuvers under the guidance of their instructor, getting them really motivated for their future as a Professional Pilot. This experience will also engrain the importance of the STEM Science Technology Engineering and Maths subjects in aviation.

This is a unique course and great opportunity to get an invaluable insight into the day of a Pilot, discuss commercial flight training options, flight training schools in Ireland and abroad.

Also, when appropriate, the Pilots of the Future course gives parents the opportunity to join in.
There will be plenty of time to ask any questions and gather the information that you need as a parent of an individual interested in a career as an airline pilot.

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Mark Dwyer
www.flyinginireland.com

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