A woman Standing at Cornelia Fort Airport. (Joshua Ness)

The Strengths That Women Bring To Aviation, They Bring To All Women

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Pinstripe Solutions founder Kirsty Ferguson reflects on the role of women in aviation both in the past and in the future on International Women’s Day.

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Pilot recruitment involves group exercises.

How To Manage Airline Group Exercises

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A look at what is involved in group exercises during the pilot recruitment process. What are they and how is a candidate supposed to navigate them?

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Pilot controlling the airplane dashboard.

What Do Airlines Look For In Cadets?

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A how-to guide tp preparing for your cadet application, from the writing cover letter to completing the application form and attending the assessment day.

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Make your comments constructive, your next employer will see your posts

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Deciding to comment with a degree of thought and with a goal to do good in mind is a solid benchmark to set for commenting opinion on social media.

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I Fly Every Day, So Why Do I Need A Practice SIM Before My Interview?

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The most important part of a simulator interview ride is how quickly and how well you adapt to an unfamiliar environment and aircraft type. Not many pilots interview on the same type they are currently flying. Everyone can fly an aircraft, but the real question is: ‘How competitive are you?’ 40% of pilots will fail […]

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HR Departments Need To Get Out Of The Way Of Pilot Interviews

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  I have noticed a lot of comments lately about how pilots dislike HR departments and they should get out of the way of pilot interviews and pilots should interview pilots. Many of you also add, why not chat over a beer at the pub, as you will see the real person. There is a suspicion around […]

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