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ERIC Number: ED033231
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Aug
Pages: 93
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Pilot's Guide to an Airline Career, Including Sample Pre-Employment Tests.
Traylor, W.L.
Occupational information for persons considering a career as an airline pilot includes a detailed description of the pilot's duties and material concerning preparation for occupational entry and determining the relative merits of available jobs. The book consists of four parts: Part I, The Job, provides an overview of a pilot's duties in his daily routine from the moment he is hired until he takes command of an airliner as captain. Part II, How to Qualify, discusses general employment qualifications: educational background, training, certification, medical requirements, Part III, How and When to Apply, describes the hiring process of most airlines: interviews, written tests, etc. Part IV, Now That You Have The Job, discusses the sequence of training in the airline school. Sample personality, intelligence, and aeronautical knowledge tests are appended. Also appended is a comprehensive list of all certified U.S. air carriers, their addresses, pilot hiring requirements, and crew bases. (CH)
Aviation Book Company, 565 1/2 West Glenoaks Boulevard, Glendale, California 91202 ($5.95)
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