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A beginner’s guide to networking

A beginner’s guide to networking

Networking is a big part of the aviation world; look at any event in the aviation calendar and you will see that a big part of it will revolve around networking. You’ve heard the saying, ‘It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.’ This is often the case in business...

Gain experience and soar

Gain experience and soar

Are you a student or recent graduate and wondering about where your future is heading? Knowing exactly what you want to do and where you want to work can seem daunting early on in your career. However, fear not as help could be at hand. Work experience is one of the...

A guide to pilot licences

A guide to pilot licences

In this guide, we explain which pilot licence you will need to fly different types of aircraft, whether you want to fly professionally or recreationally. We cover everything from a Private Pilot Licence to the ATPL. We also explain what a ‘type rating’ is and when you’ll need one to fly.

How to become a pilot in the UK

How to become a pilot in the UK

To become a commercial pilot, you’ll need an Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL). Training for this can take around two years and cost as much as £100,000. It’s therefore important to know all your options before you start applying for courses. We cover everything you need to know to get started.

Helicopter Engineer: Job Description

Helicopter Engineer: Job Description

A helicopter engineer is responsible for the maintenance and repair of helicopters. These roles are usually based at airports or flight service centres. You’ll need to be practical and have technical understanding. Our guide tells you everything you need to know about becoming a helicopter engineer.

Aviation jobs: The complete guide

Aviation jobs: The complete guide

There are a wide range of roles available in the aviation industry, from pilots to office workers. This guide will help you decide what role is for you. We explain what each job involves, the skills and qualifications you need, and how much you could expect to earn.

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