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My heart belongs to the Cockpit: Understanding the Science and Psychology Behind Pilot's Passion

As Valentine’s Day brings warmth to our hearts, we explore a world where love meets the open skies: the passion of aspiring and active pilots. Beyond fascination, the love for flight runs deep, fueled by the intricate workings of the human mind and heart. Let’s dive into aviation psychology, guided by the lights of love and illuminated by the science of the brain.


Early Roots of Aviation Aspiration:
Similar to the excitement of a new romance, the journey to becoming a pilot often starts in childhood. The fascination with aircraft sparks imagination and sets dreams in motion, creating memories that stir emotions and desires like the flutter of falling in love. Our internal motivation, created during these formative years, becomes deeply intertwined with our emotions and imagination, forging strong connections within the brain that endure over time. This steadfast motivation not only helps individuals navigate the challenges of aviation but also makes it...

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KSA100-what should be the right way to implement this mandatory training part?

By now most of the EASA flight schools providing ATPL(A) theory part of the course have implemented it in their training programs. But are they doing it right?

When I first started to study EASA guidelines about the new concept of KSA100 I was excited but also a bit confused.
"Knowledge, skills and attitude" is a combination of elements aviation specialists should be already familiar with - in the pilot training and pilot assessments. With different names and forms, this concept was visible earlier in the modern approach in aviation. That was the element of excitement - finally we can add such a crucial part to the training, assess students, provide them with important feedback, prepare for coming jobs and increase the safety of flying.

The confusion came with the "Implementation" part of the guidelines. It stated that each flight school can implement KSA100 as they wish, as long as they stick to the rules connected with some bullet points...

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