There has never been a better time to become a pilot if thats the career path you would like to pursue. Apparently the number of pilots required in Oceania alone which includes Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific is 13,600 by 2030. Now not everyone takes up flying to pursue it as a career. Here at Interair we have a mix of students with the majority (70%) looking to fly as a hobby. The balance of our students are pursuing a career in aviation, some looking to become dedicated flight instructors, fly corporate, RFDS and some of course are eying the airlines. So back to why you’ve come to this page, How do I become a pilot? Lets imagine for a second that we are 16 and in year 10 and our career’s coordinator has called us to his/her office. The remainder of this blog is the answer they have researched for you which will we hope cross every t and dot every i for you.
1. Military (RAAF,Army) –
I’m not going to mention too much about choosing the military as a career path because the best people to speak to about is of course the military.