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I must say i like flying on days off too, and it is great to just take off for lunch 200 miles from home.
People will not be what we are looking for no matter what they do for living, and that is just a fact. Thanks for post.whats with the big deal over pilots...flying is like driving a car....i went and did a simulator flight and then a small plane real flight..not that big a deal and is in fact in my opinion a very boring job..of auto pilot stuff and pre flight, post flight and during flight checks! as for the air hostess job..a waitress in the air as far as i can see! but I don't think it had anything to do with his occupation..
Day trips to Block Island, the Vineyard, Nantucket and other points around the Northeast are fun. They brag about how much money they make and seem very full of themselves.
I used to fly small aircraft, and enjoyed many fun day trips over the years. I'm sure not all pilots are like that but I have yet to meet one.
As for airline pilots I haven't dated any but I've known some over the years. Some are real jerks while others are wonderful people. I can only remember one with a God complex, and he was Airforce ... Sounds like that person (people) are attracting the wrong types in the first place .... The pilots I've met have been arrogant, full of themselves and just plain a$$holes. To the pilots out there that are nice guys my apologies.
Writing off a whole group of people based on the occupation is there........i can answer your question from personal experience.....heard of men with bigger egos than their bodies well that is why....must be prepared for this and do not my darlin think anyone commands respect they must always earn it......i do believe that the man's worth is measured by his humbleness.........there is no humbleness no worth babe no matter what the title seems to be.......course each man is individual but this is my personal experience and because of it i would choose to pass......cheers I am one ... and it probably would happen if it was a Doctor or Lawyer or any other line of work too. Luna Well just remember it's the person not the occupation.
Don't spend your whole life lost in clouds or freezing at icy altitudes.
I work with some like that, and i dont even like them. Between the hours i keep, and being away for days on end it is hard to date. Whatever your connection to aviation there is very probably a suitable partner waiting for you in here.Take a chance on finding that person by registering today and within minutes you'll be checking out the lovely men and women waiting for you to get in touch.Air traffic controllers share a similar twisted sense of humor: ATC: "Northwest 123, turn right immediately to a heading of two seven zero for noise abatement."Pilot: "Two seven zero heading it is, but we're cruising at 31,000 feet. "ATC: "There's another aircraft at your altitude; if you didn't turn, you would have hit him and made a really big noise."Disclosure: I fly light airplanes (under 12,500 pounds) but never pursued an airline career. My brother is a pilot - and not an as$hole, he's actually a loving devoted husband I've only met one other pilot - here on Po F - and he was arrogant to say the least - not to mention his kooky schedule To all the pilots that are nice guys - sorry - my experience with one was less than stellar and because of their scheduling I'm sure it's a lonely life for the decent single ones Just as in life and any profession, the good mixed with the bad...