Your instrument skills are more important than your commercial or private pilot skills!
Know how to read your approach plates, STARS, and DP’s quickly:
Know how to hold:
Airline pilots utilize checklists every time, even if they have 20,000 hours in the aircraft!
Use the checklists when you fly the Cessna or Piper, make it a standard for every flight:
CRM is crucial in airline operations!
Flying a Level D simulator is expensive: $600 or more per hour not including instructor.
Microsoft Flight Simulator is a powerful and relatively inexpensive tool to prepare you for a type rating.
Practice ALL of the maneuvers and checklists using a flight simulator:
Airline Interview Courses are available at Dean Type Ratings International. You can also purchase the following books in order to practice for your interview:
You Represent a $20,000 to $100,000 investment! Airlines want to hire you if you’re not expensive to train. They want the best.