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For airline pilots, the median wage was $127,820, with the highest 10 percent earning more than $208,000.
Hosted by Kura, the aviation industry's only community interest company, the free event is open to anyone who is considering a career as a commercial airline pilot or has already embarked on training.
THE CONTACTS British Airline Pilots Association, www.balpa.org Careers That Move, www.
Yes, for all its shortcomings, both real and cliche, a career as an airline pilot does have its rewards, not the least of which is that you get to, you know, fly some pretty cool equipment.
Although airline pilots have experienced a low unemployment rate--the most direct measure of a labor shortage--both employment and earnings have decreased since 2000, the GAO found.
The database was searched to determine the number of airline pilots testing positive for alcohol during postaccident investigations.
The FAA doesn't even have a list of banned drugs to hand out to its own medical examiners, let alone to the airline pilots who show enough initiative to check which drugs are safe and which are not.
At 20 years of age, he will become the UK's youngest commercial airline pilot.
While a commuter pilot is lucky to make $30,000 a year, an experienced major airline pilot can earn more than $100,000 a year.
Summary: A transatlantic airline pilot has failed a breathalyser test at Heathrow airport.
That doesn't make a lot of sense to me." Responding to a question from a reader, an airline pilot who asked "Why can I not have one last chance to save my passengers and crew?" Ridge replied, "Where do you stop?" He added that if pilots were allowed to carry guns, then railroad engineers and bus drivers might also ask to be allowed to do so.
Founded in 1931, ALPA is the largest airline pilot union in the world and represents more than 55,000 pilots at 32 airlines in the United States and Canada.
A FEMALE airline pilot won a three-year sex discrimination battle against British Airways yesterday to cut her flying hours by half.
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