Airline Pilot
Pilots fly a variety of aircraft for a wide array of purposes. This can include airline transport, air cargo, corporate business, agriculture, and emergency medical services. Explore the links below to learn more about the different pilot careers and their unique roles.


Airline Pilots - Navigate the flight of fixed-wing, multi-engine aircraft, usually on scheduled air carrier routes, for the transport of passengers and cargo. Includes regional, national, and international airline pilots.

General Aviation Pilots - This may include private flying, flight training, air ambulance, police aviation, aerial firefighting, air charter, business aviaiton and many others.

Helicopter Pilots - Includes piloting rotary aircraft for flight training, fire fighting, law enforcement, pipeline and utility support, sightseeing, executive transport, air ambulance, search and rescue, test piloting, and more.

Unmanned Aircraft Pilots - Pilots of unmanned or remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) are responsible for the takeoff and landing, maneuvering, navigating, traffic and collision avoidance, monitoring onboard systems and weather, and communicating with air traffic controllers.