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Old 05-14-2006, 08:57 AM   #1  
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Default Guidance from Singapore Pilots?

Hi all,
err i know this may be a off topic question.curious to ask,are there any Sinaporean pilots in this forum?if there are,can u shed some light on how to become a pilot in singapore?
i'm currently a 16-year-old teenager studying in a nomal secondary school for my 'O's level this year.I have much decided my future career path which is to become a pilot,be it air force or commercial.however through browsing the net for information,i have thought of a plan to try to get my path right.if anyone can provide some information or tips or guidance,that would be the best and i appreciate and thank you very much.below is my plan-->
After my 'O's,i would get into a polytechnic and try to get the aerospace technology course.meanwhile i would try to apply for admission into the Youth Flying Club.(1)If successful,i would love to get my private flying license there.then when i'm about to serve National Service,i would try to apply for admission to RSAF and if successful i would get sign on and then apply for commercial pilot for SIA after my years with RSAF.(2)If unsuccessful,i've planned to apply for admission to Flying College and after the training and so on,i will try to apply for a first officer post in SIA.(3)If unsuccessful,i've planned to applied for cadet pilots in SIA.
hope i can get some guidance or tips as i'm really very interested in flying as its been my dream since young.however i have some medical history which i do not know whether will it affect me in trying to apply for admission in flying school.i have asthma problems when i was below 5 years old and now i have no single problem of it anymore.i have also broke my wrist when i was 12-year-old,however i have no problem with my hand now.would all these affect my plan to the pilots' path?
please shed some lights.thanks very much.

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