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On this page you will find useful information on pilots' salaries and on airline pilot requirements.
To get your airline pilot dream job, you will have to meet some basic requirements, most of which are also relevant for helicopter pilots positions. These requirements will be tested by means of different aptitude tests, a group test, a personality test and an interview. One of the most basic airline pilot requirements is sufficient educational qualifications and a good understanding of scientific subjects such as physics and mathematics. The pilot must be able to speak fluent English and have a clear voice. In addition, a pilot needs a high level of coordination and physical fitness.
Other airline pilot requirements are more related to human skills and may very well be examined in airline pilot interviews or group tests. A pilot must have high communication abilities and be able to work in a team. The airline pilot candidate must demonstrate responsibility, calmness and be able to reasonably respond in stressful situations. The airline field is quite competitive and the airline pilot candidate must demonstrate high motivation for the position as well as be highly prepared for all the tests.
Airline SalariesPilots' salaries depend on a few different variables such as the airline they work for, the type of aircraft and the experience they have. Pilots' salaries usually increase with each passing year.
The average airline salaries are in the range of £38,000 - £48,000 annually. An experienced captain can earn up to £140,000 and an inexperienced pilot may earn £18,000.
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