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Airline Pilots are responsible for operating aircraft for an air transportation company. In large jet aircraft they are part of a larger team that is required to operate the airplane and attend passengers, while on smaller aircraft these pilots may work alone. They usually pilot a plane with other pilot in the cockpit section. They operate aircraft in order to ferry passengers and cargo safely on a business, commercial or leisure basis.
Airline Pilots usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Analyzing flight schedule.
• Taking quick decisions in case of emergencies.
• Monitoring weather conditions.
• Transmitting information to the air traffic control.
• Piloting aircraft of different sizes and features.
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