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Doug Welshinger

U.S.
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Army Aviation, Commercial Aviation including regional and major, EMS helicopter

Dan Stanchek

U.S.
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I can answer questions about starting a career as a professional pilot, focused on the corporate side of aviation. I welcome any questions regarding how to start from scratch, the costs that are involved in training from 0 experience to commercial licenses, the time frame to expect in earning your ratings, resources to start your training, and any advice on getting your foot in the door once earning your commercial license. I can also give perspectives from flying in the corporate world. **Please note that I offer advice on flying, and I cannot answer questions in the areas corporate business or administration**

David A. NewMyer

Available
Can advise people thinking about beginning and aviation career and espcially those thinking about an aviation university program. Can also help with aviation scholarship questions. I am particularly strong in questions related to starting a flight career, choosing a university flight or aviation management program, aviation internships and aviation scholarships. Also, I can assist with questions about airport management and planning careers and oveall aviation industry employment questions.

Ismar Avdic, Eng.

U.S.
Available
Providing answers about aviation industries, pilot requirments, pilot supplies, pilot training,new technologies in aviation industries

D. Norkus

U.S.
Available
I can address questions about airline pilot employment & entry level airline careers in the United States, women pilots, flight training, pilot certification, U.S. flight scholarships (mostly for women), aviation & airline safety topics, aviation accident investigation and airline operations. ***Please note, I cannot address flight training & career queries from outside the United States, or aero engineering degree programs/careers, aviation management topics. ****

Kyle Garrett

U.S.
Available
Aviation industry, airline pilot training, helicopter pilot training, A&P aircraft mechanic schools, flight dispatcher schools, advanced ratings, type ratings

David Bidwell

Available
As the Chief Flight Instructor and director of Skylark Flight Academy, I can answer questions regarding flight training of fixed wing (airplanes) aircraft. Topics such as: pilot license procedures, knowledge (private, commercial, instrument, instuctor etc.) regulations, etc.

Dacus T. Grant

U.S.
Available
Air Traffic Controller careers. I am an Air Traffic Controller at Atlanta ARTCC. I will be able to answer questions concerning Air Traffic Controller qualifications, Job satisfaction, Job Requirements, En Route Job locations, Training requirements, working conditions, etc. 21 years as an Air Traffic Controller at Memphis and Atlanta Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCC)

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2016-05-29 About commercial pilot:

Hi, Jenie:    This is a very difficult question to answer easily.    Yes, being a commercial pilot (by that, I assume, you mean commercial AIRLINE pilot) will allow you to travel the world and get paid

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