Author: Erica Martin

08 Jan What Do Agricultural Pilots Make in Salary?

  Have you ever heard of an agricultural pilot? These pilots fly aircraft that fertilize crops on large farms. As an agricultural pilot in the U.S. , you will earn approximately $40,000 a year, plus about $50 extra for each flying hour.   After you have about three...

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11 Dec What’s the Largest Airport in the World?

  Did you ever wonder what is the largest airport in the world, in terms of scheduled flights?  No, it's not London or Dubai: It is Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. with 9 million seats each month available on flights going all over the world.   What's number two? ...

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10 Jul Salaries for Singapore Airlines Pilots

When you first begin flying for an airline as a new first officer, your salary may not be amazing. However, as you become more experienced -- and become a captain -- your salary will often become quite big. One example is Singapore Air captains flying twin-aisle...

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12 Jun Women Pilots on the Increase

To state a fact: Most pilots in the world today are male. However, the number of female pilots worldwide is increasing.   Some statistics from the U.S. alone: Since 2000 the number of female pilots has increased by nearly 19%. The number of those who hold Airline...

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05 Oct PHOENIX EAST AVIATION: FIRST FLIGHT SCHOOL

Daytona Beach, Florida, USA –- Phoenix East Aviation, Inc. (PEA) announces the acquisition of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) systems on its fleet of training aircraft. Phoenix East Aviation is the first independent flight training academy in the U.S. to have such a system. This technology is...

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10 Jun Aviation in the Middle East Skyrockets

Dubai International Airport's Terminal 3 will soon be the largest building in the world by floor space when it opens in 2012. That one terminal alone will be able to accommodate 23 of the jumbo Airbus A380 aircraft at the same time and handle 43...

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20 May Flydubai Tripling its Fleet of Aircraft

The Dubai government-owned airline, Flydubai,  is expected to triple its size in the next two years, according to its chief executive officer, Ghaith Al Ghaith: "We aim to double our size by 2010 and triple it by 2012."  The airline will add six new...

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