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Hundreds of aviation jobs in one place for all people pursuing aviation careers! We provide free services both to individuals looking for employment and companies offering jobs in aviation. YourAviationJob**** is a single source for worldwide aviation jobs.
15 Apr 2013
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*******aviation-careers-training****/ Looking for information about . Aviation , Flight handling ,related careers , Jobs and Training in your area . Find out where you’ll get your current Aviation Training in your town.
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*******aviation-careers-training****/ Looking for information about . Aviation , Flight handling ,related careers , Jobs and Training in your area . Find out where you’ll get your current Aviation Training in your town.
30 Mar 2012
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*******www.AviationCareers**** Aviation Career: The Best Solution For Your Dream Career In The Aviation Field. - *******www.aviation-careers****/great-american-days.html
11 Nov 2011
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*******www.AviationCareers**** Choose Air Flight School *******www.aviation-careers****/langa-air-flight-school.html
11 Nov 2011
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*******www.AviationCareers**** - Get an Online Aviation degree.
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Airsafety Pilot Academy, the leader in flight training, provides this introduction flight training and aviation career video. Airsafety pilot academy is based at Rand Airport, Germiston in South Africa
21 Jul 2011
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Watch this video to discover how to jumpstart your aviation career! Make sure you go to *******www.dreampilotjob****/ to get the new system of pilot employment. Dream Pilot Jobs still exist regardless of your experience or state of the economy and YOU CAN DO THIS. Follow the system I discovered, I’ll show you exactly how to do it.
27 Apr 2010
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Watch this entire video to discover how to jumpstart your aviation career! Make sure you go to *******www.dreampilotjob****/ to get the new system of pilot employment. Dream Pilot Jobs can be yours regardless of your experience or state of the economy. Follow the secret system I discovered, Ill show you exactly how to do it.
20 Feb 2010
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Being A Woman In Aviation Proves That The Sky Is NO Limit! I'll admit that this is a feature story that I've been looking forward to... years ago, I was privileged to give Amy Laboda her first assignments as an aviation writer and have been pleased to see what she has made of the opportunities. Determined to work past all obstacles, Amy's has had a career worth noting. Flying is in the Laboda family, and Amy took up the sport at 15 years of age. She soloed at 16 and earned her private pilot certificate two days after her 17th birthday. She continued flying while earning a Liberal Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York; by the time she graduated she was an instrument-rated commercial pilot and before the year was out she had earned her instructor's rating. A short career in the United States Peace Corps as a health educator is all that has interrupted her aviation career since then. Amy has taught students how to fly in California, Texas, New York and Florida. She's towed gliders, flown ultralights, wrestled with aerobatics and even dabbled in skydiving. She holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating, multiengine and single-engine flight instructor ratings, as well as glider and gyroplane ratings. She's an aircraft owner (an experimental and a factory built machine), too. She joined the staff of Flying Magazine in 1988 as an editor, where she contributed to the development and expansion of the magazine's training department. In 1991 she left Flying and created her own company, Marketing Arts. Through Marketing Arts Amy had done free-lance editorial writing for several different venues, including Flight Training, Dive Training, Reader's Digest, and many others. She also does marketing consulting in aviation publishing, Healthcare, education, computer software and flight training. She's edited several textbooks, including Flying Ultralights, Principles of Helicopter Flight, and The Pilot's Manual series of textbooks, and written a Meteorology online course as an Adjunct Professor for Utah Valley State University's online University program. In 2001 Amy became the Editor in Chief of Aviation For Women magazine, the official publication of Women in Aviation, International, an nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women find career opportunities in aviation and aerospace. Amy was a founding board member of Women in Aviation, International. She is also a member of the Aircraft Owners' and Pilots' Association and the Experimental Aircraft Association. Amy Laboda is an FAA FAAST Team representative on the national level, and speaks regularly at large aviation events, including the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual AirVenture Oshkosh Fly-In. Aero-TV Spends Time With WAI's Amy Laboda (Part 2) FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
16 Apr 2009
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Being A Woman In Aviation Proves That The Sky Is NO Limit! I'll admit that this is a feature story that I've been looking forward to... years ago, I was privileged to give Amy Laboda her first assignments as an aviation writer and have been pleased to see what she has made of the opportunities. Determined to work past all obstacles, Amy's has had a career worth noting. Flying is in the Laboda family, and Amy took up the sport at 15 years of age. She soloed at 16 and earned her private pilot certificate two days after her 17th birthday. She continued flying while earning a Liberal Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York; by the time she graduated she was an instrument-rated commercial pilot and before the year was out she had earned her instructor's rating. A short career in the United States Peace Corps as a health educator is all that has interrupted her aviation career since then. Amy has taught students how to fly in California, Texas, New York and Florida. She's towed gliders, flown ultralights, wrestled with aerobatics and even dabbled in skydiving. She holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating, multiengine and single-engine flight instructor ratings, as well as glider and gyroplane ratings. She's an aircraft owner (an experimental and a factory built machine), too. She joined the staff of Flying Magazine in 1988 as an editor, where she contributed to the development and expansion of the magazine's training department. In 1991 she left Flying and created her own company, Marketing Arts. Through Marketing Arts Amy had done free-lance editorial writing for several different venues, including Flight Training, Dive Training, Reader's Digest, and many others. She also does marketing consulting in aviation publishing, Healthcare, education, computer software and flight training. She's edited several textbooks, including Flying Ultralights, Principles of Helicopter Flight, and The Pilot's Manual series of textbooks, and written a Meteorology online course as an Adjunct Professor for Utah Valley State University's online University program. In 2001 Amy became the Editor in Chief of Aviation For Women magazine, the official publication of Women in Aviation, International, an nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women find career opportunities in aviation and aerospace. Amy was a founding board member of Women in Aviation, International. She is also a member of the Aircraft Owners' and Pilots' Association and the Experimental Aircraft Association. Amy Laboda is an FAA FAAST Team representative on the national level, and speaks regularly at large aviation events, including the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual AirVenture Oshkosh Fly-In. Aero-TV Spends Time With WAI's Amy Laboda FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
15 Apr 2009
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MX2 Pilot Thrills Audiences Nationwide Airshow pilot Rob Holland's bio boasts that he has "never known a time where he was not completely obsessed with Aviation and Aerobatics. At a young age his Dad brought him to an airshow where he saw an airplane flying upside down, and knew that was what he HAD to do." It's an age-old story... boy/girl sees planes, boy/girl falls in love with planes, boy/girl becomes an airshow pilot. Holland is proof that this age-old formula is alive and well... and thriving in his home-state of New Hampshire. He notes that he has been flying now since the age of 18 and has accumulated greater than 8500 hours of flight time in over 156 different types of aircraft ranging from Piper Cubs to Regional Transport Aircraft, gliders to high performance aerobatic machines. Rated as an ATP with CFI, CFII, IGI, AGI ratings, Rob also holds a glider rating. It's also been a diverse aviation career so far: flight instructor, banner tow pilot, aircraft ferry pilot, Pilatus PC-12 corporate pilot, and commuter airline pilot. He currently works full time both domestically and abroad as an professional airshow pilot and an aerobatic flight instructor. His aerobatic bona fides are equally impressive. In 2008 Rob Holland became the World Advanced Aerobatic Champion and helped pave the way for team USA to earn the Gold at the 8th World Advanced Aerobatic Championships. Rob is a three-time member of the United States Advanced Aerobatic Team. He was the top placing American at the 2004, 2006 and 2008 Advanced World Aerobatic Championships (AWAC). Rob placed second over all in the world at the 2006 AWAC held in Radom, Poland and helped the US Aerobatic Team secure second place in the team standings. Rob Holland is also the 2008 US National Unlimited Freestyle Champion. Rob has a Level One Unrestricted Aerobatic Waiver for airshows. "Solo Aerobatics", "Formation Aerobatics", "Circle Jumpers", and "Wing Walking Pilot," along with numerous aircraft types, are authorized on his Low Level Aerobatic Waiver. Rob was voted to the Board of Directors of the International Aerobatic Club in 2006. Rob flies an MX2 monoplane, built by MX Aircraft of North Carolina. The MX2 is a 385+ horsepower brute powered by a Lycoming AEIO-540 Aerobatic Engine, and boasts a structural profile that can pull G-loads of plus/minus 16 G’s. Holland boasts that this means, "tighter turns and loops and a whole variety of maneuvers that will redefine the word 'aerobatic'." The MX2 rolls at a breath-taking 400+ degrees per second and is constructed entirely of pre-impregnated epoxy carbon fiber composite material. Aero-TV Checks Out Some Unusual Attitudes With Airshow Pilot Rob Holland! FMI: www.ultimateairshows****, www.mxaircraft****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
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Where Will The Aviators Of Tomorrow Come From? Here's One Flyer Trying to Affect Our Future... Positively He's made quite a name for himself in his 25 years... and we surely haven't heard the last of this aviator. Barrington Irving is reportedly the youngest person to pilot a plane around the world solo. He is also the first African American and first Jamaican to accomplish this feat. He accomplished his amazing adventure in a Columbia 400 named the "Inspiration." Over the course of the trip he got to know Mother nature very well. Of the over water portions of his flight, Irving (above) added "My hats off to Charles Lindbergh. I don’t know how he did it but I know why his windows were so small, when you’re flying over that much water, you don’t want to see it." Born in Jamaica and then raised in Miami inner-city, Irving and his friends didn’t have many routes "out." Good grades and athletic prowess in football promised Irving a future in sports and a way to shed Miami’s influence. One day when he was 15, his life turned to aviation. A customer in his parent’s Christian bookstore was Jamaican Airlines Captain Gary Robinson. Robinson invited Irving to see the Boeing 777 he flew. The aviation bug snagged Irving, who became the airport kid -- washing planes for money for lessons or rides. The football team lost a star as Irving turned down all the scholarships and turned his dreams skyward. Few people understood his choice, including parents, friends and coaches... but Irving knew his path. Irving attended Florida Memorial University and has worked his way an instructor rating. Throughout his training Irving started speaking at schools, churches and community groups about aviation careers. In 2005 Irving founded Experience Aviation, Inc. on Opa Locka Airport (FL). The program is designed to offer information and guidance to young people in the South Florida area about aviation careers. Mr. Irving was born in Jamaica, and grew up in the Miami, Florida.[12] He is a graduate of Miami Northwestern High School. Mr. Irving turned down multiple football scholarship offers with his sights set on aviation. He later founded Experience Aviation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering minority youth to pursue careers in aviation. His airplane, the "Inspiration", has been registered to Experience Aviation since 2006. His message echoes Lindbergh’s. "It doesn’t matter where you’re coming from, what you have or what you don’t have all that matters is your passion." Irving never thought he was smart enough to be a pilot so one of his goals is to make sure young people realize their dreams in aviation are attainable. In the future, Irving will be working with NASA to encourage students into engineering. And just recently, sixty high-school students participating in aviator Barrington Irving's "Build and Soar" program got a special thrill, when the plane they assembled was successfully test flown by Irving himself in mid-October. Hundreds of students, supporters and onlookers gathered last Wednesday morning at Miami's Opa-Locka airport to witness the event. Just before take off, Irving told the crowd, "I'm not nervous about flying this aircraft because I believe in our students. I'm about to do something monumental." An exemplary flyer, we're proud that Barrington is one of "us" and can't wait to see the effect he's going to have on our industry. Come Meet Barrington Irving On Aero-TV! Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved. FMI: www.experienceaviation****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews
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