4 razones porque elegir Wayman Aviation para mi entrenamiento de vuelo

Primero, déjame contarte un poco sobre mí antes de profundizar en el tema. Usted podría estar pensando; "¿Qué es un estudiante de vuelo semi-internacional?. Bueno, queridos lectores, un estudiante de vuelo semi-internacional es alguien que nació en los Estados Unidos pero nunca creció aquí. Tengo el privilegio de ser un ciudadano estadounidense, pero mi punto de vista sobre las escuelas de vuelo es desde una perspectiva internacional.

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Start Your Flying Career In a 737 In Europe


We have a unique FAA/EASA program that students can start participating with. In this intensive 16 month course you’ll go from zero-hours to the cockpit of a 737 in Europe. Start your career with one of the fastest growing airlines in Romania; BlueAir. Don’t know what an EASA license is? Read this article to get an overview.

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Best Of Instagram: Looking Back at February 2018

February is the shortest month of the year, it literally flew by! Even though it is quick we have a lot of stuff to look back at. So, let’s take a look at the best posts of this month and; the stories behind them.

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Pilot Jobs, How to Reach 1500 Hours

Not a lot of #aviators think about the fact that there are many different ways to get to 1,500 hours. In this article we’ll try to make it as easy as possible for you to decide on which path to take. Because there is a road and a way for everybody. Notably this article is written for #aviators that want to get to the airlines, and need the 1,500 hours for ATP.

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Miami VFR Chart

Interessting Things on the VFR Sectional Chart

Knowing how to read your chart is an essential part of your pilot training. Here at North Perry Airport and theOpa Locka base there are some interesting things on the chart. Since Miami International Airport is just a few miles away it’s really important for all our students to know what everything on the chart means. There are a lot of articles and blogs about the different types of charts and airspaces. If you want to specifically learn about those please refer to your aviation books or great sites like https://www.m0a.com/ or www.boldmethod.com. In this article we will focus on the Miami area and take a deeper look at the surrounding area. We’ll discuss some things you don’t see a lot on sectional charts and what they are. Let’s have a look.

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Why should you become a pilot?

A new blog post by a semi-international flight student

Last weekend while driving back from Miami my Uber driver asked me what I did for a living. I said; ‘I’m a student pilot right now’. To which he replied; ‘When I was younger I also wanted to be a pilot. But I never got to do it. Are you going to be flying jets soon?’.

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EASA vs FAA: How difficult is it to become a commercial pilot?

Diving deeper into FAA & EASA courses

Yet another blog post by your favorite semi-international student!

Becoming a pilot can be difficult for some people, and a breeze for others. Are you up for the challenge? To really understand this question we have to know that there are a variety of different ways to become a pilot. It all depends of what country you want to fly in and where you are from. I’ll talk about the two most common types of training you can follow: EASA training - which is the European equivalent to FAA training - and the FAA training, which we do here at Wayman Aviation. I’ll even break these down for you so you can make the right decision in following the program that suits you best.

EASA training is easy… said nobody ever

Oh boy, the EASA way gives some people real nightmares. But why, and what is it? And how is the program structured?

The EASA, or European, way of becoming a pilot teaches you everything to go from zero-hours to flying a jet (probably a 737 or an Airbus A319/320) in about 15 to 18 months. It consists of 6 to 8 months of theory where you don’t fly and just study (although, there are schools where you fly and study the theory simultaneously).

The EASA theory consists of 14 different subjects divided in 3 modules ranging from air law to aerodynamics, human factors and even meteorology. After completing all of these subjects and passing 14 tests with at least 75% you have a frozen EASA ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot License). Frozen basically means you have to fly 1500 hours in 5 years to earn your Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate or your exams will expire and you will have to do all them again.

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4 reasons why I chose Wayman Aviation for my flight training

First, let me tell you a bit about myself before we dive into the subject. You might be thinking; “What the heck is a semi-international flight student? And who are you?”. Well, my dear readers, a semi-international flight student is somebody who was born in the States but never grew up here. I have the privilege of being a US Citizen, but my view on flight schools is from an international perspective.

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Am I a Good Candidate to Become a Pilot?

We all have doubts about being good enough for something we really really want to do. It doesn’t matter if it is approaching an attractive girl/guy at the party or a raise at our job, that insecurity haunts us to a certain point, and student pilots are no exception for this feeling.

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Don't Become a Pilot

There are already a lot of articles, blog posts, videos and different media pieces telling you to become a pilot, but this is not one of those. This is different. We all need to see things from a different perspective once in a while and that’s why we’ll see the reasons to not to become a pilot.

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