Air Pilots, Flight Engineers & Flying Instructors (2271)

Air pilots fly fixed wing aircraft and helicopters to provide air transportation and other services such as crop spraying and aerial surveying. Air pilots are employed by airline and air freight companies, and by other public and private sector aircraft operators. (National Occupational Classification)

Occupational Profile

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Education

The University of Manitoba does not offer any specialized training or educational programs that include pilot training. If you are a University of Manitoba student who would like assistance determining an education plan that suits your unique occupational goals, speak with a Career Consultant.

Exploring Other Education Options

Information for foreign-trained pilots - from the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials

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Resources

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Other Links

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Date modified: August 23, 2019