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A person who works in the aviation industry and pilots an aircraft is known as a pilot. This is one of the highest paying categories accessible, and it's a dream for many young people.
This is also a difficult career because of the responsibility and responsibility for the protection of hundreds of people who have traveled around the world.
Pilots aren't allowed to accomplish a certain number of things before to, during, or after a flight.
One: Drinking alcohol
Alcohol intoxication can be dangerous for a variety of reasons, including a disruption in how the brain functions, which can cause poor judgment, slurred speech, delayed reaction times, and a lack of stability and motor skills.
Eight hours before a flight, pilots are not permitted to drink with them for safety reasons.
2: Reading books, journals, scripts, or other written works
It is believed that reading any kind of e-book while flying can cause a pilot to become distracted. On the other hand, passengers are allowed to look through books.
3: The co-pilot and captain are unable to share meals.
Pilots are not allowed to eat the same type of food so that they are no longer both injured if one of them has a food disease or experiences stomach pain.
4: It's not permitted for pilots to sleep at the same time.
Due to a variety of issues, including a broken radio, both pilots will be unable to respond to the air traffic controller while they are both dozing off at the same time.
Long hours are required of airline pilots in order for them to be well-rested before taking off on a flight.
5: After landing, pilots are not yet permitted to leave the cockpit.
As soon as an aircraft lands and clears the busy runway, floor controllers provide taxi directions to the pilots. Large airports may have complicated and confusing taxiway layouts, whereas a few airports work best with a runway and a ramp space. The pilots hunt for the designated gate for their plane as they approach the terminal and wait for the ramp group leader to start waving illuminated, vibrant orange batons.
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