Following our recent blog on changing from military to civil aviation, we take a look at what resources BALPA can offer to support a career change.
BALPA member Mark Clayton details his experience of moving between military and civil aviation
Being a member of BALPA gives you greater access to relevant information that can help you on your journey to becoming a pilot.
It’s not only pilots themselves who are affected by the long hours, early starts and days away from home, these are felt by the rest of the family, too. Former BALPA employee and daughter of a pilot, Emma Chisholm, gives her account of growing up with Captain Dad.
There are three accepted routes to obtaining a licence that will enable you to fly for an airline. They are commonly known as Integrated, Modular, or Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL). Each route has its pros and cons.