Biographies and self-introductions
I was a science major and entered a four-year university without thinking about my career path.
After entering university, I seriously considered my future career path and started aiming to become an airplane pilot.
After doing a lot of research, I found that there were many paths to becoming a pilot, and I was convinced that going to an Civil Aviation College would be the fastest, least expensive, and most probable way to become a pilot, so I took the entrance exam to the Civil Aviation College.
As a result, I was lucky enough to pass the exam on the first try.
I think the reason I did so well was because I am a science major and was relatively good at mathematics and physics, which make up the majority of the subjects for the entrance exam.
I dropped out of the university I was attending and entered the Civil Aviation College, where I traveled to Miyazaki, Obihiro, and Sendai for training.
Two years later, I successfully graduated from the Civil Aviation College and obtained a commercial pilot multiple-engine limited and instrument flight certificate license.
In parallel with my training, I was looking for jobs with various airlines, and after some twists and turns, I was able to find a job with a certain airline.
Because I went to the Civil Aviation College, I did not graduate from a four-year university, and I did not take any employment exams for pilots trained by JAL or ANA. Therefore, I don’t know if you are asking me about the exams for the major companies’ in-house training pilots.
Since joining the company, I have been promoted to First-officer and hold licenses for two aircraft types.
I currently fly both international and domestic flights.
If you have any questions, please DM me on Twitter.
Account name: J@パイロット
(User name: @93762741)