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    This is my plan for the future. Do GCSE's, then A-Level's, go to uni to do a course in aviation. Join the RAF do the training there to become a jet pilot, then after a while if I feel like it become a commercial plane pilot. Any Opinions?
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    You want to fly planes?

    The sky's the limit!
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    depends what your passion is. If it's simply to be a pilot, there are safer ways to learn. If it's the raf, you can join the air cadets alongside study. Some aspects of your training could be paid for. Depends on the entry requirements.

    It's a very tough job so you have to be committed
 
 
 
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