Corporate Jet Pilot's salary?
what is the average pay for a helicopter pilot? a Jet pilot? do Air force Pilots get paid? benifits?
Not as a rule, although many are pilots.
Pilots often take advantage of jet streams. If going in the same direction, jet stream can add up to 200mph to their ground speed.
US pilots usually carry the Beretta M-9, 9mm
No. The pilots use an ejection seat when the engine fails.
The leading supplier of corporate jet travel in the UK is Aircharter. There are several other suppliers including captainschoice, airbus and airpartner.
Among other things, modern fighter pilots use G-suits, full face visor helmets, ejection seats and 'heads up' displays. -These are all inventions of the jet age.
Not counting helicoper pilots and aircrewmen; over 6,000 Fixed-wing/propeller/jet US pilots and aircrewmen were killed or missing during the Vietnam War.
Around $109,075 to $109,500
They're called 'jet streams'.
They are traveling inside an airplane or space vehicle . . .
Jet Airways in India pays a commercial pilot by his or her experience. On average, the new pilots make about 70,000 Rs per month while the more experienced pilots make about 200,000 Rs per month.
A jet stream can increase ground speed by up to 200 mph if going the same direction. But it may be a bumpy ride.
the average that pilots get paid is about £120,000 a year which works out about £2,000 or £3,000 a week not bad ;) thats y i want to be one lol
Got told off a careers advisor: 1 in every 100 will get accepted and 4 in every 10 accepted will get accepted for fast jet. 5 % of the RAF are actually pilots with 11.45 % of pilots being female.
The Jet Streams - they're fast currents of air circulating the globe.
In simple terms - they save fuel !... If you're flying in the same direction as a jet-stream is flowing - it takes less energy to maintain the plane's speed.
Fighter pilots are paid the base rate for there rank in the military. They also receive flight pay with can vary greatly on number of years they have been on flight status.
a commercial pilots license, also known as an airline transport pilots license. Actually, a commercial license and airline transport license are two different things. To fly a jet, practically you should a Private Pilot license, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine license and Commercial license. If the jet is above 12,500 lbs you will also need a type rating for that specific jet which you would be given also by a check examiner.
The USAF, USN, and USMC. The US Army does NOT have fixed-wing jet aircraft anymore; that DoD ruling took effect in 1964. USMC jet fighter pilots are trained/funded by the USN.
In order to add its velocity to his own,and that way increase his ground speed
In case the plane or jet malfunctions they would need a parachute to escape from the plane before it crashed.
Centrifuge (separates solutions by mass) G-Force simulators (for training astronauts and jet pilots)
Hire friends. or Pilots with Gold.
It's short for a Gulfstream 650 - which is a very expensive, cool, small corporate Jet. "Fly like a G-6" a g6 is an private jet i know i thought it was a thong brand
It depends on whether the mechanic works on jet aircraft, or non-jet aircraft. For non-jet aircraft, a mean annual salary would be around $55 000 a year, for jet aircraft, it would be more like $75 000 a year.
Anyone can own a fighter jet yet not everyone is able to fly them. For example in Australia a jet pilot licence is needed. This licence is near impossible for civilians to obtain. It is only usually issued to military pilots or in extreame conditions. without that licence you cannot fly it but you can own one.
There are so many variables that there's no 'best' fighter any more than there's a 'best' color.
That depends on the airplane. Corporate jets weigh from around 10,000 to almost 80,000lbs. Jet fighters are usually around 30,000 to 70,000lbs. Airliners are between 100,000 and 1.3 million pounds.
As per my opinion, It's Depends on air hostess experience,
Jumbo jets do not glide, they have trajectory. Without their engines they essentially fall out of the sky. There are some reports of pilots increasing the glide path somewhat.
USSR-Trained North Vietnamese pilots in the Soviet Union to fly MIG-17 & MIG-21 jet aircraft. USSR supplied NVAF with those above jet aircraft. USSR supplied NVA with PT76 amphibious light tanks and T54/55 medium tanks. USSR supplied North Vietnam with SAM missiles (Surface to Air Missiles). Red China-Trained North Vietnamese pilots in Communist China to fly MIG-19 (J6 versions) jet aircraft. Red China supplied NVAF with MIG-19 jet aircraft (J6 versions).
The salary for a jet fighter pilot in the United States Air Force ranges widely depending on rank and experience. The range goes from $33,941 per year to $101,354.
The British Hawker Siddeley Harrier is a V/STOL fighter and attack jet that can maneuver up down and sideways by use of swivelling jet nozzles. Skilled pilots could easily outwit faster fighters, as shown in the 1982 Argentine invasion of Falklands. The Harrier is still in use with the US Marines and Spanish and Italian Navies.
G. E. Manning has written: 'Weather radar for pilots' -- subject(s): Jet planes, Radar equipment, Radar meteorology
US pilots flying propeller driven airplanes shot down German experimental jets during the last stages of WWII.
the letters indicate the type of mission a-attack c-cargo f-fighter b-bomber the number indicates the model as far as the nicknames, it all depends on the opinion of the pilots i.e., a-10 pilots named it the warthog because they were proud of its "ugliness"
Nationalist China was a US ally; Red China trained North Vietnamese Air Force MIG 19 jet pilots in Communist China and supplied MIG-19 jet fighters to the NVAF; J6 versions of the MIG-19.
Robert L. Gandt has written: 'The twilight warriors' -- subject(s): United States, Campaigns, American Naval operations, World War, 1939-1945, United States. Navy, Biography, History 'China Clipper' -- subject(s): History, China Clipper (Airplane), Seaplanes 'With hostile intent' -- subject(s): Air pilots, Military, Air warfare, Fiction, Fighter pilots, Hornet (Jet fighter plane), Military Air pilots 'Bogeys and bandits' -- subject(s): Fighter pilots, Hornet (Jet fighter plane), Training of, United States, United States. Navy. Strike Fighter Wing
Tze wei Yeow has written: 'Integration of an expert system and experimental facility for advanced anti-G protection of jet fighter pilots'
The cast of Monstar - 2002 includes: Troy Abbott as Monstar Joseph Armington as All jet pilots Gary Geraci as Professor
Like most jet fighter pilots and Harvard and Yale graduates, of course he's illiterate. *sarcasm* Of course he's literate! He's not stupid, you know.
they carry a pistol usually a glock .45 or a desert eagle which is a 9mm and an ar-15 rifle and a emergency radio to contact there aircraft carrier or airport
The British Harrier Pilots did well, but the British Navy under estimated the Argentine A-4 Skyhawk pilots (the US sold them US Jet Aircraft years earlier). Had not the Argentine pilots armed their bombs better, the British Navy would have probably lost the war. The A-4 pilots scored many hits on British warships, but half were duds. They had been armed for detonating at different altitudes. Had those bombs been armed properly, the British Navy… Read More
Military pilots are payed based on their ranks. They are officers in the service and their pay grades are designated as O-1 for 2nd Lieutenant ( or Ensign in the Navy ) O-2 for 1st Lieutenant ( or Lieutenant JG in the Navy ) and so on. They also receive payment variations ( or additions to their pay ) if they are serving in certain stations. An example would be hazardous duty pay during a… Read More