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There is a lot of good information in this and some great advice. My only concern is it was done for the 2015-2017 hiring. The market is always changing so be sure to use multiple and CURRENT gouge to supplement the book. It would be nice if the author kept an updated “supplement” free to download for those who purchase the book.
This is an awesome book that brings to light all the details needed to start your transition from Military to Commercial Pilot. If you have just completed flight school or you are less than a year out from retirement/transition this book will help you understand the business of commercial aviation and what they are looking for. It provides a ton of resources that will help shape resumes, prep you for interviews and get your log book ready. I highly recommend this book to anyone (Military or not) who is thinking about flying commercially.
There is a ton of online gouge about the airline hiring process. Sifting through it all could be a full time job in and of itself.
This book did an outstanding job of consolidating a ton of information into a clear, concise, easy to read book. I was fortunate to have a CJO from my target airline in hand before I bought this book, but I found myself nodding my head in agreement with just about everything the author was saying.
It’s the best $20 you will invest towards the goal of landing your dream job.
Pretty good resource. Although I knew most of the information already, it was nice to find it all consolidated in this book. As others have said, hopefully the author provides periodic updates since the industry changes pretty rapidly
Great information and for a guide/advice book, it is quite riveting -an entertaining and informative read. I wish I had read this book in UPT, it's useful even if you decide against going to the airlines. I would call this a must read for any military aviator transitioning to the airlines.
I am excited to put the things learned in this book to work. There is a lot of information here that I would not have known otherwise! Thanks for taking the time to bridge the knowledge gap for those of us who want to follow in your footsteps!
The thing I liked most about this book was that it took a lot of information from various sources and consolidated them into one book. There are also lots of good references for other reading material, test prep, etc. Recommend!