Control equipment powerful enough to blow your mind. Comprehend the technology that makes it work. Explore cities, experience different cultures, and meet people from all over the world. That’s everyday life when your office is the cockpit of a commercial airliner.
In this video, Pilot Mark Young explains different pathways to becoming an airline pilot, which school subjects directly relate, and why excellent study habits are a lifelong must. As Pilot Young explains, there are few careers more exciting and few more demanding. If you want to be an airline pilot, be ready to be on your game all the time.
What You’ll Receive
Unlimited access to video revealing pros, cons, and demands of life as an airline pilot
Teaching materials include:
- About the Career – Career description, discussion questions, how to become a pilot & related academic subjects
- Communication in Flight – (Language Arts) Why communication skills are so important for airline pilots
- Flying & Figuring – (Math) How math ties in with flying and why the right answer can mean life or death.
- Physics on Board – (Physics) How certain controls on an aircraft use the laws of physics to make a move.