Pros: work with new people and meeting new places ever day
Cons: transpassing time zone, hard on your body
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A typical day at work means showing up for the preflight planning, meeting with rest of working crew members, looking into the flight plan, weather, airplane maintenance records, briefing the flight attendants, talking about any special needs, turbulence and safety matters.
Going to the airplane, – more... accomplishing the cockpit set up and getting ready to fly.
During flight, keeping the main cabin crew and passengers update and informed about the progress of our flight.
Preparing for our final approach and landing, evaluating different outcomes, if weather does not cooperate.
I lernt, the importance of relating to co-workers, before, during and after the operation, to facilitate rapport, and effective working environment.
The hardest part is to be effective engaging everybody in the task at hand.
At the end of the day the most enjoyable part of the job, is the internal joy of having accomplish your duty safely as leader, as pilot, as a colleague. – less