“I finished my final pilot exams on a Friday at Inverin aiport in Spiddal in the west of Ireland.The following Monday I began my type rating on the Avro RJ85. “Being a pilot is something I always wanted. When recruitment stopped I opted to do a business and legal degree which has stood to me. The airline industry is one of the most regulated in the world and my degree is very useful.”
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