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Which subject to choose to become a pilot?

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Abhilash’s Answer

Take a college-level course of instruction specifically geared to current industry needs and interests that leads to a pilot certificate; or
Graduate from any undergraduate college program that qualifies you to enter military flight training, and let the service teach you what they want their pilots to know.
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Wael’s Answer

Check the link below.


https://akashnavi.in/how-to-become-pilot-in-india/

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Chris’s Answer

I would recommend picking a degree with some sort of a technical background. Baa degree in science instead of a degree in art. Though, a technical background is not required to become a professional pilot. Most reputable companies where you could be employed as a pilot do require a 4-year degree these days. A technical background will help you prepare better mentally for the rigors and demands of being a professional pilot.


You are not required to go through a formal aviation school or the military to reach your goals of becoming a professional pilot, though those routes will help.


I am available to answer any more specific questions you have.

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aftab’s Answer

There are two distinct paths to becoming an airline pilot:


Take a college-level course of instruction specifically geared to current industry needs and interests that leads to a pilot certificate; or
Graduate from any undergraduate college program that qualifies you to enter military flight training, and let the service teach you what they want their pilots to know.

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Oliver’s Answer

Having a scientific basis whether that's at High School or University is an advantage but not essential. A degree course is usually required and either an accredited flight training establishment or Military training route would be the most common routes to become a commercial Pilot if that is your goal. Finally if you are choosing the civilian flight training route, ask your establishment how many students and graduated and become successfully employed.
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