>>>1. Is it true that u cant start a conversation till only after 10,000 feet?
Below 10,000 Feet is considered "Sterile cockpit" so only operationally necessary conversation. When I was a commuter pilot, sometimes we cruised below 10,000 feet so we'd wait until level off.
>>>2. During flight are you allowed to walk around the aircraft?
Usually we do walkarounds on the ground! ha, I know what you're asking. Yeah, you can walk back in the cabin but either for health/biological reasons (grab a drink because the FA's are busy or the lavoratory)
>>>3. At what age did you start flying for the company you fly for?
I started flying for Delta Air Lines at 26 and previously got hired at Skyway at 24.
>>>4. Are you allowed to eat as much food as u want on any of your flights?
You can bring along a whole smoked turkey if you want but if all-you-can-eat crew meals don't exist!
>>>5. How many hours do u usally work in a week lets say..
I work about 76 hours a month which turns out to be about 55 to 60 hours wheels up to wheels down.
>>>6. Do you really need 4 years of collage to be a pilot? If so what subjects?
To get hired, yes. Anything.
>>>7. I was told that math isnt important and from what ive seen all u need to know is how to add and subtract... but is there more?
All math makes your job easier in the cockpit. Like if you're flying a non-EFIS aircraft and ATC asks you to cross the VOR at 10,000 feet at 250 knots, and you're at FL 330, 30 DME away at mach .80, can you accept the clearance? (no! at least not comfortably)
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