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April 23, 2005



My flight school is mainly for professional pilots and many of the students are taking commercial, airline transport, or instructor courses after getting private licenses. When I was in Japan, an airline transport pilot was a very special occupation and I did not even imagine how to become one. But now, I found that at least in Canada, it is not a special job and the way towards an ATP is open to every person who wants it. Of course there are a lot of tasks and requirements before becoming an ATP, but it is never impossible. I don't think I want to be one for now, but if I had known it fifteen years ago, I might have gone for it.

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