How to do to become a pilot and where to study it?

Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Feb 14, 2010
Pilot obviously need numerous hours logged of practice flights. Pilots usually need certifications on the Mechanical of the airplane, laws and rules, and etc. which are usually given by the Government.

Here are some suggestions:

http://coa.fit.edu/
http://www.fscj.edu/mydegree/future-stud
http://www.bestaviation.net/flight_school

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abbot
Answered Feb 19, 2013
Edited Jan 09, 2014
You need to complete study from the best university in your city and get training and then apply for a pilot. Get more information about study from here http://study.result.pk/
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