I can address questions about airline pilot employment and airline ground service careers in the United States, women pilots, flight training, flight scholarships (mostly for women), 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. ****
Airline pilot since 2001 (currently on the B737) with 15 years past experience in airline ground operations.
International Organization of Women Pilots - The Ninety-Nines, charter member of Women In Aviation International, Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University; Aviation Safety/Accident investigation.
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No, not in the United States. I can't comment on other countries. The certificate is valid for life. (One is actually a "certificated pilot", technically it's not a license as far as the FAA is concerned
No. It is not something that is needed by passengers. Only necessary equipment is installed. ANY items adding extra weight with little or no benefit won't be installed on an airliner. If a passenger desires
No, the altimeter actually indicates pressure altitude. With all aircraft in a given air mass using that reference, it's a better measure as they are all on the same setting. Trying to maintain FL360 above
If you are literally talking about a runway- on which aircraft take off from and land upon- being made of marble flooring: Marble flooring is hardly a suitable material of which to construct a runway
No, runways would never be made of marble.
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