If they are pilots they should. ;)
You can fly planes with it, retard.
Some know how to fly planes because they are finished training but others have to go to flight school because they are new. Lots of pilots know how fly planes but others will learn how to fly.
fly planes i would of thought....
Airlines are always late with their planes. Airplanes fly not by air, but by $$$ money. Pilots do not get paid enough to fly planes. Airplane fuel is to expensive.
i dont know ask a pilot
They are called, "Pilots".
There are several military forces around the world which have had female combat pilots.
Navy pilots fly in combat or on recon missions. They protect our country and help our allies.
Not as a rule, although many are pilots.
Pilots fly through all kinds of bad weather. The most serious would be lines of thunderstorms. Small planes should land; jets can fly around the storm.
It isn't known for certain, however the Soviets did supply the planes and provided training to VC air forces. Some US pilots did contend the air-to-air techniques and precision were indicative of Soviet pilots. It isn't known for certain, however the Soviets did supply the planes and provided training to VC air forces. Some US pilots did contend the air-to-air techniques and precision were indicative of Soviet pilots.
Whatever plane was available for operation, or the plane that the pilots were assigned to fly.
Commercial pilots are any pilots that fly for to earn money, as opposed to military pilots or pilots that fly for the fun of it. Commercial pilots would include both Corporate pilots and Airline pilots. Corporate pilots fly for a specific company, flying the companies airplanes. As an example GM, Ford and other big companies have their own planes to fly groups around the country or the world. It is often more cost effective then buying commercial airline tickets. Airline pilots fly for airlines and are usually required to be members of a union. Another type of commercial pilot are those that fly for Cargo companies, such as FedEx or UPS.
Planes can fly fifty feet off the ground if they need to. Commercial airliners fly in the stratosphere for two reasons: there's very little general aviation traffic up there (and most of the GA guys with planes who can fly that high are good pilots), and the plane is more efficient at that altitude.
The Tuskegee Airmen were a group of African American pilots among the first to be allowed to fly planes for the US.
Not really, women were nurses not pilots during ww2
Of course, planes can fly.
Airlines prefer to fly in the troposphere and spy planes or supersonic jets fly in the stratosphere. And also so they can avoid storms. they fly in the stratosphere because it contains the jet stream
"Spitfires" were the main "fighter" planes. "Hurricanes" were important too, particularly during the "Battle of Britain". There were several other fighter planes too. There were also several types of "bombers" and other planes.
Float plane. Bush pilots can fly either standard landing gear or floats.
Pilots who fly the airline planes are very important because they provide a faster (and overall more efficient) form of transportation. Military pilots are important because they protect our borders. Cargo pilots are important because they transport our mail and other goods in a chaper and faster way.
Yes Taylor gang is a mafia like sydicate made up of pilots who are known to fly paper planes.
Large airlines and most small planes use GPS technology to fly to their destinations. They set the autopilot and off they go. Some small airplanes use maps and what is called "dead reconning" along with a compass. Some small plane pilots just follow known highways and follow these to their destination.
Boeing Airlines, Inc is the name of the company that manufactures many of the planes that fly today.