Opportunities available to you in commercial aviation are virtually unlimited, and the rewards are truly great.
For most people starting out in aviation today, this is the ultimate goal. It's hardly surprising. The major airlines' equipment is usually the biggest and best. Their working conditions comfortable,and the pay is excellent. Best of all, worldwide opportunities like we've never experienced are available to the qualified pilot.
Commuter Airline Pilot
As the feeder of pilots to the majors, the commuter pilot is much sought after. Opportunities are abundant for qualified flight instructors who possess 1500 flight hours to join their ranks and then quickly move up to the majors.
As a corporate pilot you may fly anything from a Cessna 310 to a Gulfstream G5 and more. Corporate flight departments are growing and fly regularly to international locations while providing excellent salaries and working conditions. 1500 hours Pilot in Command time is not required for most corporate flying opportunities.
Career Flight Instructor
As the aviation industry grows, the need for professional Flight Instructors is highly sought after. If you would love to teach and share your wisdom and expertise with aspiring flyers, the role of Flight Instructor is a worthy and satisfying profession.
Non Flying Aviation Jobs
Many additional jobs within the aviation field exist for those who posses an Instrument Rating with Commercial Certificate. Aviation related jobs such as airport management, charter sales, flight dispatcher, the flight simulation industry, aviation insurance brokerage and many more, have exciting opportunities available to those who have a flying background.