General solutions to training problems, options in performance, selecting alternatives, how it was, criterions for excellence, and if one has to ask, an answer is needed.
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See: http://www.aeromech-inc.com/inspectiontimes.htm; http://www.aircraftmechanic.org/showthread.php?t=1063. I'm not an attorney. I don't think you have a case. It occurs to me you may indeed be a
Depends upon the airframe--which is why you don't find a standard time. Airplanes and boats, items that are typically VERY expensive to maintain. If you're worried about the cost, eschew ownership.
$25-30/hr. is common. However, all mechanics charge whatever they can get. Depends upon where you are, just like autos--that commonly get 3-times A&P wages (or more), although aviation workers are held
Simulators are imperfect. Autopilots are subject to aberrations. One should always fly ILS manually (in my opinion, from experience). If you rely on an autopilot approach all the time, when it becomes
I have no idea what opportunities exist in Nepal, nor India. There has been a recent new flight school in Brunei to which you might apply. Generally, being healthy, tall, and smart is a good start. Regrettably
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