Not of yet, i have my medical 1 on the 19th and if i pass that i shall be applying to Oxford Aviation Academy. I do not have a sponsor.
It is very expensive but it would be a worthwhile investment if the economy picks up and no more airlines close down
i do need to be sure of this as i mentioned it is very expensive career to get into, but i do not wish to leave my gf
Gosiaa- i shall do when she gets back from Poland. she went for 11 days as she did not get to see her family over the festive season. i wanted to go but uni has me drowning in work.
i' ve even considered applying to Wizzair, thus, does anyone know of the salarty for a pilot working for Wizzair ...... i think i have just found my next post question. haha.
everyone thanks for the replies.
is there really that much difference between an office and a cockpit? seems cockpit may be more constraining, no?
good point, however, i have been many places by plane and there is nothing better than breaking through clouds coloured orange, red and pink. its fantastic. a view i would certainly want to look at for the rest of my life. Furthermore, tedious contract drafting, opinion writing, and constant reading of old authorities, sat in front of a computer, is beaten by visiting various destinations, tranquil and scenic views any day of the week. lol
If you want to be a pilot you won't see her all the time either. Especially if you want to make any real money you will be away for days at a time often.
yes something that we have talked of breifly and has brought doubts to mind, hence my dilemma. i so really want both.