Pilot as a passion... a childhood dream, a dream profession!
Motivation and readiness to learn will secure this position for you… in the cockpit of the aircraft. Many prospective Pilots are confronted with the same question: Airbus or Boeing? Which type-rating is the right decision…
The medium range Boeing B737 is the most successful aircraft type in history in aviation. Until now more than 9.000 models of this type have been ordered and more than ¾ have been delivered so far. The first aircraft of this type was operated by Lufthansa and since then the B737 has been constantly improved in various steps (Classic/Next Generation/Max). The aircraft is very modern and has been brought up to date in all technical aspects.
The decision in favor of a Boeing B737 is intensively influenced by emotions and "gut feelings". Despite the high technical standards these days, this aircraft offers each "flying newcomer" the possibility to optimize his knowledge from his ATPL qualification on a daily basis in the Airline operation. Even experienced pilots prefer this type of aircraft because of conventional control; classical Jet performance can be experienced and learned. Should you, however at some stage decide to fly on a different type of equipment, the change will be basically easy – the principle of flying are ensured due to the successful operation of a Boeing B737.
Studies, like the Current Market Outlook 2011-2030 from Boeing shows, that due to the change of aircraft types on one side and the increasing number of passengers on the other side approximately 10.000 new Pilots are required worldwide. Many airlines request these days that new Pilots hold all necessary licenses when starting in their new position, in order to be immediately available for the daily operation.
Their partners offer newcomers a Boeing B737 type-rating, the qualification to fly on the most successful aircraft. During the training they facilitate you with the support of practical experienced trainers using the means of CBT, FNPT II and Full Flight Simulator.
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