In this topic I going to tell who wants to start an aviation career while working as different title.
There is some option improve your aviation knowledge and doing practice.
First off all,You need to speak English fluently.
Wherever you are, The pilots need to communicate ATC and other air traffic with talk English. So you have to work hard to get.
Like an example, A Chinese pilot doing wrong readback on JFK Ground.
Get a Aircraft Simulation
There is many simulation softwares for computers.
Here is the popular ones;
Training meets reality with Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D® simulation software. Private pilots, commercial organizations, academia, and militaries rely on Prepar3D for immersive, experiential learning.
Prepar3D (pronounced “prepared”) is a visual simulation platform that allows users to create training scenarios across aviation, maritime and ground domains. Prepar3D engages users in immersive training through realistic environments. Ideal for commercial, academic, professional, or military instruction. Prepar3D can be used to quickly create learning scenarios anywhere in the virtual world, from under water to sub orbital space.
X-Plane is a flight simulator produced by Laminar Research. X-Plane can be used professionally with the correct license, or used personally. A personal use desktop version is available for macOS, Windows, and Linux, while a mobile version is available for Android, iOS, and webOS. X-Plane is packaged with several commercial, military, and other aircraft, as well as basic global scenery which covers most of the Earth. X-Plane also ships with other software to build and customize aircraft and scenery. X-Plane also has a plugin architecture that allows users to create their own modules, extending the functionality of the software by letting users create their own worlds or replicas of places on Earth. This is further enhanced by the Scenery Gateway which allows users to share airports with other users and eventually the airports are included by default in the base product.
Join a Online Flight Networks
VATSIM is the Virtual Air Traffic Simulation network, connecting people from around the world flying online or acting as virtual Air Traffic Controllers. This completely free network allows aviation enthusiasts the ultimate as-real-as-it-gets experience. Air Traffic Control (ATC) is available in our communities throughout the world, operating as close as possible to the real-life procedures and utilising real-life weather, airport and route data. On VATSIM you can join people on the other side of the planet to fly and control, with nothing more than a home computer.
Many flight simulators are supported by our pilot software including Microsoft FSX, FS9/2004, FS2002, XPlane and P3D. Our Air Traffic Control software is provided free, as is training wherever you wish to become a controller. For those that would like to start flying or would like to improve their skills, training is available as well as plenty of resources and guides to help you get started.
Whether you’re new or an experienced flight simmer, VATSIM looks forward to welcoming you to the community and a fantastic hobby. If you wish to join VATSIM, the process is quick and simple. If you wish to know more you can read about the VATSIM network, or have a look at our community forums. As VATSIM is a global flight simulation network, our Region and Divisions around the world have many more websites, resources and community links that you may be interested in.
The International Virtual Aviation Organisation, IVAO for short, was founded in 1998 to provide an online platform for flight simulation enthusiasts to enjoy their hobby in a simulated real-world environment, in company of other people, flying or providing Air Traffic Control services.
Our community already has hundreds of thousands of members from around the world
We create and supply the software you need to connect to the network
We provide comprehensive training allowing you to develop your skills
All our services are free and always will be
You can view for free all of charts with a simple Google search;
XXXX: ICAO Code of your airport; Search it.
Check METAR and TAF’s
You can view for free all of weather information with a simple Google search;
XXXX: ICAO Code of your airport; Search it.
You can track the aircrafts while they flying.
You can also listen ATC Communications.
Airport/ARTCC Code : XXXX ; ICAO Code
You should meet some aviators. Probably you can find them nearby of airports.
Last Word: Always believe yourself. And Never Give UP!
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