As perguntas abaixo são semelhantes ao que você pode estar se perguntando durante a fase de aquecimento do prova de Inglês para aviação da ANAC.

Não há nenhum substituto para aprender Inglês bem e nós certamente não recomendamos que você simplesmente memorize estas perguntas, mas leve um pouco de tempo para ler as perguntas e tente formar suas próprias respostas.

Você pode comparar as suas respostas com as respostas que damos na parte inferior desta página!

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1. How did you become interested in becoming a pilot?

2. As a pilot, what are the things that you still need to learn and why do you need to
learn them?

3. What challenges have confronted you as a pilot?

4. What is the biggest fear you have when flying?

5. Do you feel proud about your job? Why?

6. What is the most unforgettable thing that has happened to you as a pilot?

7. What is so special about being a pilot?

8. What is the difference between actual flight training and simulator training?

9. Which is harder, flying or navigating? Explain your answer.

10. How does it feel to be in charge of a million dollar airplane with hundreds of passengers
flying at 39,000 feet?

Now  compare your answers to some of ours, if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section below, in English or in Portuguese!

Sample Answers

1. How did you become interested in becoming a pilot?

I became interested in becoming a pilot from an early age. The first time I flew as a passenger was when I was 6 years old. I never wanted to do anything eles since!

2. As a pilot, what are the things that you still need to learn and why do you need to
learn them?

As a pilot, I need to keep up to date with new aircraft systems, avionics and I also have to keep up to date with the constantly changing regulations.

3. What challenges have confronted you as a pilot?

Everyday is a challenge. Weather is always a problem, especially when flying in bad weather and having to decide whether or not to divert, where to divert to and how that will effect the schedule.

4. What is the biggest fear you have when flying?

My biggest fear is to have a catastrophic structural failure or any type of failure that will make me unable to control the aircraft.

5. Do you feel proud about your job? Why?

Absolutely!
As a pilot I have the privelidge of having the best office in the world! I also have a lot of responsibility everytime that I fly, whenever I tell people what I do for a living people are always interested and they always have a lot of questions, I always them answer proudly!

6. What is the most unforgettable thing that has happened to you as a pilot?

The most unforgettable thing that happened was when I was flying in Alaska, I was flying near to Mount McKinley, and as I climbed above the clouds during the sunrise the Mountain was infront of me, golden, majestic and beautiful.  It was a very special moment indeed!

7. What is so special about being a pilot?

I fly in Executive aviation, I love that I do not have a fixed schedule and every destination that I fly to is different, I especially love flying close to the clod tops at sunset and at sunrise, the view is amazing!

8. What is the difference between actual flight training and simulator training?

In the modern day, there is very little difference between flying in a level D simulator and flying the real aircraft, the computers that run the simulators are incredibly powerful and incredibly accurate. Normally I find the simulator to be more stressful, but only because I have to practice difficult situations and emergency situations. Most flights in the real aircraft are routine with very little stress.

9. Which is harder, flying or navigating? Explain your answer.

If you are talking about VFR flights, then navigating is more stressful, once you have learned how to fly, it is relatively easy, When navigating VFR you have to be aware of many factors, such as the precision of your compass, changing winds, changing ground speed. If you are talking about IFR flights in the Lear Jet, bot are pretty easy.

10. How does it feel to be in charge of a million dollar airplane with hundreds of passengers?

flying at 39,000 feet?
Honestly, I never really think about it, sometimes I look out of the window and think about what a privelidge I have to see the views everyday. I have a very responsible job, that I take very seriously. If I really thought about this in the air, it would probably make me a little nervous!
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