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Pilot Training In German for German Citizens

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Hello , I am a German Citizen. I am Still 14 years Old. My dream is to Become a Pilot. If I do My Pilot training course in Germany , Is the Training Free of Chage for me. How should I start My carrer to become a Pilot After My A levels. Currently I am not in German. I am not Studying in German.

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  1. LTCTerry on Apr 11, 2012

    You said “A levels.” Does this mean you are in the UK? There is an Air Cadet program in the UK, but I think you have to be a bit older. The Air Cadet program provides some free glider flying in exchange for your time/work.
    In Germany you can solo a glider at 14, in some other countries it is 16. Flying gliders in Germany starts typically in a club and it is not too expensive. You can gain glider experience and then add power planes when you are ready.
    There are also options to fly as a military pilot with the Bundeswehr – many countries will not take citizens of other nations into their military.
    Alles Gute!

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