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A.1.1 Commercial (Professional) Pilot

Commercial pilot holder (CPL/A : Commercial Pilot Licence/Aeroplane) are authorized on VFR single-pilot commercial flight. This category of flight can’t be above 13.000ft or 4000meters. The following options are the different types of commercial pilot careers:  Surveillance and equipment testing Pipeline patrols, forest fire watch, powerline patrol…  Crop duster operation Locus control, crop treatment…  Aerial photography Optimize the position of the plane for a target point to be seen by the photographer  Parachutists drop  Flight instructor in a flight school, in a factory…  Corporate aviation passengers or cargo transport for business or corporation  Charter operation for-hire operation, there is no set schedule, and you could potentially fly to many different types of destinations, different than airline operations  Discovery flights for those who want to discover flying and fly the aircraft themself  Tour guide Fly over landmarks and area of interest to provide passengers a sky-high view.  Ferry operations Delivering an aircraft to a person or a company  Law enforcement National air police surveillance  Air show stunt  Media company pilots Flying for news organizations  Banner towing  Contract work charter, corporate, or any work that may come up on a need-for-need basis  Test pilots Usually with a military or engineering background testing that new aircraft are safe to fly  Equipment testing Pipeline patrols and powerline patrol pilots spend many hours flying over our nation’s infrastructure looking for faults Some of the following career path require a specific rating like flight instructor, low altitude evolution, knowledge of the chemicals usage, seaplane, mountains, technical knowledge of the ground and/or infrastructure under observation…

A.1.2 Airline - Commercial (Professional) Pilot

--INTRO TO AIRLINE PILOT JOB --  Mainline Carrier. Transport passengers to destinations around the world. American, Delta, and United are a few examples of mainline carriers.  Low-cost carrier. Transport passengers to domestic and some international destinations for an airline that uses a no-frills business model of lower fares and fewer comforts. A few examples are JetBlue, Spirit, and Southwest.  Regional airline. Transport passengers domestically with some limited international destinations on a smaller airline that operates “regionally” under one or more mainline brands. For example, Compass Airlines operates flights as American Eagle and Delta Connection; ExpressJet Airlines operates as American Eagle, Delta Connection, and United Express; and Mesa Airlines operates as American Eagle and United Express flights.   Cargo carrier. Transport cargo around the world for brands such as FedEx, UPS, and USPS.   Freight airline. Operate flights on subcontracts to a cargo carrier like FedEx or UPS. May have less restrictive requirements for pilot certifications than some other pilot career options. A.2 FLIGHT ATTENDANT Flight attendants reassure passengers by assisting with in-flight safety procedures and making sure safety protocols are followed during flight. This includes checking that all seat belts are fastened, seats are upright and luggage is properly stored. In the event of an emergency, they might lead or monitor the evacuation and be called upon to perform first aid. Requirements and Qualities : Minimum age - 18 to 21 years, depending on the airline -- At least a high school diploma -- Height - 4ft 11in and 6ft 3in, or 150cm and 190cm, tall (this is debatable) -- Be a “healthy weight” for your height -- 208cm reach (on tippy-toes if you have to) -- 20/30 vision (with or without corrective measures) -- Have a good physical ability (for instance, be able to lift heavy baggage into overhead lockers) -- Clean, neat, conservative appearance -- Being able to speak a second language greatly improves your chances to -- Have excellent communication skills -- Professional team leader who works well under pressure -- Flexible and work well in a team -- Patient, caring and conscientious -- Focused on customer service and customer satisfaction -- Problem solver and able to multitask effectively -- Have a positive attitude – Punctual Before applying with a company, you must get your “Cabin Crew EASA” certificate. The training lasts 1 to 2 months and gives the possibility to apply in national and international companies which will provide the training specifi to the type of aircraft the flight attendant has been hired for. International Requirement and Qualities : -A good knowledge of English + the language of the country where the company is based and a third language is preferable -High school diploma -No internal ear issues -Capable of swimming minimum 50meters -Good stress management skills