i live in iran,wanna be pilot out of iran,all friends please answer to my 14 questions…?

October 18, 2008

1-what is FAA?

2-what is JAA?

3-what is ICAO?

4-is any object except above?

5-which one is better for training?

6-how can i undrestand,which flight school is best?

7-which is best for training pilot for carear,flight school,collage,university?

8-what is deffreent between flight school and collage and avation university?

9-where is best place in the world for train pilot and find job with low risk?

10-how cost is for train,ppl,cpl,IR?

11-all course of the pilot are ppl,cpl and IR? or it have more? if yes,please type the course and explain about it?

12-is any way (except to air force or military)to be pilot with low cost?

13-what is your besf offer for me to be airline pilot?

14-what is importance for employ in airline for pilot?

thanks for you for take your time to read and answer.
iman 21 iran

I would suggest enrolling in a University with a flight program in an English speaking country. The main problem here is that the flight program may cost you as much as the university. I would like to think that a young Iranian could go to the US, UK, or anywhere else and have the opportunity to pursue their dreams, but it is worthwhile to mention that you may face hardship and criticism.

You would simply have to rise above any problems you may encounter, whether that be money or criticism. I think Iranian youth are wonderful people, and I wish there was more interaction between Iranian and American Youth, but I would suggest going to the UK as their money is more stable. Because flying is conducted in English I suggest you be somewhere where you may become more fluent.

Don't underestimate how much the American Military would love to have more Persian recruits. This could be a cost effective way to pursue what you want. They are, however, very strict about the requirements to be a pilot, like perfect eyesight and appropriate physical condition.

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4 Responses to “i live in iran,wanna be pilot out of iran,all friends please answer to my 14 questions…?”

  1. Cherokeeflyer_redux on October 18th, 2008 11:28 am

    because of the animosity between Iran and the US, I doubt you will receive any useful info here. you will be acused of being a terrorist etc. I suggest you go to the closest training facility and ask an instructor in person, they can go over any questions you have in short order.
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  2. frank on October 18th, 2008 11:49 am

    you could answer most of your questions off the internet.

    you should ask within your own community, your country seems to hate most of the rest of the world.

    find a school in country and go there.
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  3. Kissthepilot on October 18th, 2008 12:13 pm

    Each of these questions would take a lot of space to answer. You need to get on the web and look some of this stuff up yourself. Also, many of them have been answered here before. Just look them up. Good luck.
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  4. tsra1983 on October 18th, 2008 12:37 pm

    I would suggest enrolling in a University with a flight program in an English speaking country. The main problem here is that the flight program may cost you as much as the university. I would like to think that a young Iranian could go to the US, UK, or anywhere else and have the opportunity to pursue their dreams, but it is worthwhile to mention that you may face hardship and criticism.

    You would simply have to rise above any problems you may encounter, whether that be money or criticism. I think Iranian youth are wonderful people, and I wish there was more interaction between Iranian and American Youth, but I would suggest going to the UK as their money is more stable. Because flying is conducted in English I suggest you be somewhere where you may become more fluent.

    Don't underestimate how much the American Military would love to have more Persian recruits. This could be a cost effective way to pursue what you want. They are, however, very strict about the requirements to be a pilot, like perfect eyesight and appropriate physical condition.
    References :

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