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If possible, apply to a college which has a flying club open for students. You'll get ground school, flight training, and flying time at a discount and you can pace your progress according to how much free time and money you have.


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If you have ready access to university, do the degree first. You won't have time later, and if you get a pilot job in future and lose your medical for whatever reason, you will have an education to fall back on. In any case, the aviation industry is going to take a number of years to recover from this whole "plague" fiasco, so you shouldn't be in ...


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The UN charters aircraft full-time from ICAO-compliant commercial operators (the aircraft are also painted in the UN livery). So you need to be working at one of those airlines/operators the UN chooses, and then it will depend on that employer's internal policy. To fulfill its mission, UNHAS uses a fleet of more than 90 aircraft, including helicopters, ...


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