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Airline Pilot Industry • December 11, 2018
San Marcos, Texas, Nov. 30, 2018: Coast Flight, a San Diego-based flight school known for its best-in-industry training standards, has recently expanded to offer full flight training programs in their San Marcos, Texas location. For over a decade, Coast Flight has held a reputation as one of the country’s top flight schools, turning out pilots who receive the highest number of conditional job offers in the nation. By offering personalized training overseen by high-ranking military leadership and a high instructor-to-student ratio, Coast gives its students an upper hand in their aviation career paths. Coast’s modern fleet of over 45 aircraft ensures students can train on their schedule.
Airline Pilot Industry • November 27, 2018
College isn't for everyone. Make $300,000+ per year and Travel the World without Traditional Education. Sick of being confined within classroom walls, spending endless hours studying for courses you’re not passionate about? Not only is the educational system outdated, it just doesn’t fit the bill for everyone. So why try to conform to what worked for your parents, but isn’t working for you? It’s no wonder Gen Z is disenchanted with traditional education.
Airline Pilot Industry • October 25, 2018
Serving your last assignment in the military and wondering what’s next? When civilian life is just around the corner, it can seem impossible to plan for a financially sound future while still on active duty. And yet, as daunting as it seems, creating a plan now for a successful civilian career is one of the best decisions you can make for your future self. If you’re a current helicopter pilot with a year or less left until your End of Active Service (EAS), there are steps you can take now to start pursuing a career with the airlines that’ll have you career-ready by the time you retire.
Airline Pilot Industry • October 17, 2018
When you’ve spent your military career flying multi-million-dollar aircraft, it can be hard to settle into a cubicle for the rest of your life. And yet, many of the world’s top performing military aviators have found themselves in just this situation. Whether they were unable to get “current” prior to leaving service or thought a desk job was the only viable option for entering the civilian workforce, many military pilots are now looking for a way to get back in the saddle, years and even decades later. To coin a phrase, they’re ready to re-transition into aviation.
Airline Pilot Industry • September 13, 2018
Recent Boeing projections show that the world will need to produce twice as many commercial pilots over the next 20 years. Concerns are mounting in the wake of a recent announcement revealing an unprecedented pilot shortage. According to yearly projections from Boeing (NYSE: BA) for pilots and technicians, the world’s commercial aviation fleet is expected to double over the next 20 years. This will drive a demand for 790,000 pilots, a staggering number who need to be trained and ready to fly a commercial airliner to keep up with the growth.