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I like British Airways pilots and I would like to know iff the British ctinzeiship is required for the British setlers living in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zeland. I know there is a Canadian pilot who is working for British Airways and he is having a good french.

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Alex Lapointe, a 25-year-old co-pilot for a regional airline, says he routinely lifts off knowing he has gotten less sleep than he needs. And once or twice a week, he says, he sees the captain next to him struggling to stay alert.Alex Lapointe, a co-pilot for a regional carrier, says he often flies on too little sleep.

Neil A. Weston, also 25, went $100,000 into debt to train for a co-pilot’s job that pays him $25,000 annually. He carries sandwiches in a cooler from his home in Dubuque, Iowa, bought his first uniform for $400, and holds out hope of tripling his salary by moving into the captain’s seat, then up to a major carrier. Assuming, that is, the majors start hiring again.



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